I have a 2013 Scion FR-S, and live in one of the hottest areas of the US. Here in Dallas, it is not unusual to have multiple days a year hitting over 100 degrees. SO, I have a big concern about heat. I was wondering, has anyone tried oil-cooled setups yet?
http://www.pugetsystems.com/submerged.php <--one example
I have a couple of main reasons I would want to build a PC in my car, but I was also wondering if they were feasible.
1) I would like to setup a dash/bumper/reverse bumper cam system that will turn on automatically when the car starts, and beging recording so long as it is running. I would like to get all three views so that I can get a good feel for everything that is going on around the car, since I am thinking of taking up autocross as a hobby - this would also keep the mechanics and valets from joyriding in my car if I need to drop it off, or at least give me proof if they do.
2) I would love to also be able to have real time statistics on the ODB information as I am racing, etc. Optimally, I would have a readout of temp, pressure, etc. and the video would record in the background.
3) Having my whole MP3 collection with me would be pretty cool.
4) Wifi access to/from my house would be a plus as well.
I know that there are a ton of faqs on here, but I wanted to throw this out anyway, as I was hoping you guys/gals would take a little pity on me and point me in the right direction(s)