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    Quote Originally Posted by ASmods View Post
    I just love this picture



    You should put a 8" lcd on the back with a video of the flux capacitor runing continuosly
    I have the real thing. I'll try and get it up and running in the next few days...+ pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMC12 View Post
    I have the real thing. I'll try and get it up and running in the next few days...+ pics.
    wow... make sure you take pics.... i want to know what the future is like..lol

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    I am speechless!!! Congrats.

    Maybe someone would like to develop a skin specifically for the DeLorean. RR and DigitalFX is fine (I use it too), but the DeLorean has so much history that can be encapsulated in a skin with all kinds of visuals.

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    Thanks.
    I pretty much like the skin I have. It has a stainless steel look, which goes well with the stainless steel body panels. Im sure there's a good idea in there for a Back To The Future skin.

    Its true the DeLorean has alot of history, not just the film. Im sure theres tons of neat things I could put in there.

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    Awesome car and beautiful install!

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    screen is skew

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    Yes. It may look that way in this photo...


    But I did state above the photo "Getting the leather centre console back into position."
    So the console wasnt properly seated at that point.

    The rest of the photos show it is a perfect fit. If it wasnt, id have changed it already

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    Another question about the vents? Did you block them off completely so that when you turn the heater on, you're not shooting hot air at the screen? I doubt it'd get hot enough to cause any problems, but I'm just curious.

    Also, where did you manage to get a 1.21 jigawatt version of the M2?

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    very nice i love it. wish mine look this good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tensai View Post
    Another question about the vents? Did you block them off completely so that when you turn the heater on, you're not shooting hot air at the screen? I doubt it'd get hot enough to cause any problems, but I'm just curious.

    Also, where did you manage to get a 1.21 jigawatt version of the M2?

    The central vents are opened and closed right at the back. Behind the area I took the pipes from. There is a little lever which is operated by vacuum. Ive simply removed the lever so the vents remain closed.

    M2? lol Thats a thought, better unplug the flux capacitor then!
    That would be one hell of a burn out !

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