heres more pics.
this pic is a pic of the control box for my screen, it has 4 antenna inputs for TV and also extra aux in/out for the screen.
for more information/pics of my car click here .
well i didnt follow the format so here is my repost
Project Name: Focus MP3
Car: 2001 Ford Focus ZX3
Engine: 2.0L Zetec
Basic Stereo Information: Pioneer DEHP740MP Premiere MP3 Player. JBL BP1200.1 Subwoofer Amp. Rockford 400.4 bridged. Infinity Kappa 572.3c. Blueprint 1503 in a 3.5cu ft tuned for 25hz. using pioneer cdrb-10 for aux in controls.
Carputer: AMD XP1600+ on a shuttle ak32 mobo. 256megs pc133sdr. deluo GPS receiver. micro innovations slimline keypad. ati radeon 64meg ddr vid card. belkin powered usb hub.
Case: Hacked up old case, mounted into a custom carpeted box.
Power: 300w rms inverter ---> 250w enermax comp ps
Storage: IBM deskstar 40gig HD
Sound: creative soundblaster autigy 1
havent been here in a while soooo----bump
I really like your car. I checked out your other page, nice sub setup. Also like the exhaust. Everything looks real clean.
Nice TV/Tuner choice.. i have that same one
It's nice 2 since it allows for 2 sets of inputs.. Audio sucks if you try piping it through that tuner box though.. It looks like you also decided to connect the audio w/o connecting it to that box..
Where'd your tail lights go?
Here they are I think he has black outs or something.Originally Posted by Asian Gang Lord
- 3+ years & still no carputer!
- Done collecting parts
- Currently planning setup
is it true that you cant pump your own gas in NJ?
2007 Honda Fit Sport 1.5L SOHC-VTEC
Mito got it right, its VHT nightshade spray on the taillights, unfortunally he went a little too dark and it's even hard to see lit up during the day And if there's a self service gas station in jersey, I sure haven't seen it! I went to MA once and didn't realize I had to pump my own at first
1991 Camaro Z28
2004 Acura TL
can you post picks of your car with the brake lights on, im thinking about getting a can of this night shade stuff. Want to see how well your lights shine through. Thanks