I just installed an Infill G4 in my Mach 1. Thought I would share some pics. I am pretty happy with it so far. The Infill is a full in-dash Windows PC, runs AM/FM, MP3, Navigation (I have Copilot Live 10 and Streets and Trips), DVD, connects to the internet via a Sprint aircard, and can view and log data via an Innovate LM-1 and a Tweecer RT.
The Mach itself is stock, except for the Bassani Xpipe, Magnaflow catback, MGW short throw shifter, larger wheels and tires, and the Procharger...
Looks good. What was involved in getting it to fit? A gentleman from a Cobra message board had been talking to me about wanting to put one of these in, but he came to the conclusion it wouldn't fit because of the depth. He mentioned that something, that I think is related to HVAC system, in the back of the radio cavity was the problem. Just wondering if you experienced anything similar. I'm gonna point him to this thread so he may stop by to pick your brain.
Does he have the factory Mach 460? The 2003/2004 Mach 460 head unit has a depth of 7 1/2 inches. The Infill is only 6 1/2 deep. The HVAC does not get in the way. I know some people have relocated their HVAC controls and/or vents, putting the screen higher in the dash and the controls below, but I decided that installing the computer in the stock location was best because the system is recessed more there. Since the Infill does not use a transflective screen, it would be hard to read in sunlight, but with it installed in the stock stereo location, it rarely has sunlight directly on it. Granted, I have tinted windows, but I have never had trouble reading the screen.
He does have the factory mach system. It wasn't the controls he thought were in the way, but a cylinder in the back of the radio cavity. It appears to have a vacuum line attached so I was just speculating it was HVAC related. He didn't have a unit to test fit so he was just going off his own measurements of the cavity vs. the advertised measurements of the infill. I'll relay the info on to him that it wasn't a problem for you. I'm sure he'll be very happy to hear that it will fit. Thanks for info.