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    Actually I didn't do that. I molded the screens bezel/case to the preludes stereo bezel. Give me a couple days and I'll show you exactly what I did but in a nutshell, I mounted the actual screen and guts into the OEM stereo mount (pic on this thread) and then shaved the screen bezel and attached it to the cars stereo bezel. That way I just remove the whole piece at once and the screen remains in the dash. EM

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    Well my friend. Taking your design idea. New case is en route, M3-ATX en route... New Intel Mini-ITX board is sitting next to me...

    I am going to do the back of the seat mount, going to free up nice space... Also the reviews on that case are spectacular. I am looking forward to PreludePC 2.0 =)

    Thanks for your input!
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    The screen looks very OEM, but what caught my eye is your skin for CF, its amazing, looks like something the factory would have thrown out. Great job. Is that skin avaliable for download?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chesapeake View Post
    A little update on the skin. Main screen done and working inside CF 2.0. That Visual Designer Zoro made is pretty slick. Made the job really easy.

    it's realy cool!
    button hand made or copied?
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    Nice work man. You take a similar approach to what I just finished. Very clean and OEM look.

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    Actually I didn't do that. I molded the screens bezel/case to the preludes stereo bezel. Give me a couple days and I'll show you exactly what I did but in a nutshell, I mounted the actual screen and guts into the OEM stereo mount (pic on this thread) and then shaved the screen bezel and attached it to the cars stereo bezel. That way I just remove the whole piece at once and the screen remains in the dash. EM

    I agree with everyone else the OEM look is amazing. Did you post any step by step instructions related to the screen mount? I also appreciate the tips you've included.
    I will start on a similar project for my son and hope to have it completed by December.

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    Is this really a feature on all new hondas, as stated by the Finance manager, "Honda's typically rate as the top stolen vehicles in the nation and this is Honda's attempt to mitigate that!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by chesapeake View Post
    A little update on the skin. Main screen done and working inside CF 2.0. That Visual Designer Zoro made is pretty slick. Made the job really easy.

    That is a nice skin. Are you going to release it?

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