I hope to see everyone else's ideas... maybe plead for some helpOriginally Posted by Autocom
Don't worry about that.... Hope to see it soon!!!Originally Posted by 0l33l
What do you have in your car? Did you build a whole system???Originally Posted by 0l33l
What kind of a monitor do you use?
Wowowow...lot of work.... When it comes to wiring, you can't beat the wiring that was done with our 350Z. If you live in LA, you can stop by our meet place and check out the demo car. It has 2 external computers and 5 monitors.Originally Posted by 0l33l
The first comp was place in the back of driver's seat, inside the subwoofer box. The subwoofers and the 2 amps were placed in the trunk. Inside the other subwoofer box, we put a printer and a wireless keyboard and mouse.
The other computer is then placed in the trunk, top of the subwoofer.
you can view it on
Your install looks amazing By wiring, I just meant hooking it up to the stock harness and making it work. My car has a separate amp for the sub, and a separate amp for the speakers. For simplicity, I'm just going to be hooking up to the stock amps for now. And that's were the problem will be. As far as placement... there aren't a lot of places in the SC300. Someone was able to shove a EPIA behind the screen But EPIAs won't do for me. I'm going to be going with a mATX mobo, and i'll need a place to put it. I don't like running a lot of wires, so I'm hoping to shove the board into a gutted glove box.Originally Posted by Autocom
As for the fabrication, my uncle will finish it
lucky you... you have someone to do fabrication for you. is he an expert?Originally Posted by 0l33l
Yeh, lucky me. He's a mechanical engineer from Russia. That means I have to tell him NOT what to do (like drill holes through my panels, etc)Originally Posted by Autocom
I gave him a cupholder to fix, and the result is in my SC300 thread...
Originally Posted by 0l33l