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    2003 F150, First time installer

    Let me know what you think.
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    Looks good man, what are the system's specs? (m/b, cpu, hd, ect...)
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    my specs

    Specifications:

    Case - Extruded Anodized Aluminum measuring 10" x 9.25" x 3.125"/254mm x 235mm x 80mm more info
    Processor - ATOM 330 1.6GHz Dual Core 8 Watt CPU with 1Mb L2 cache 533MHz FSB
    Graphics - Intel GMA 950
    Chipsets - Intel 945GC Northbridge
    ICH7 South bridge
    Audio - Realtek ALC662 High Definition audio codec + Composite/RCA Line Outputs
    USB 6x USB 2.0
    LAN 1x 10/100/1000 Mbps
    BIOS Intel BIOS 4mb flash memory
    Rear Panel I/O 2x Ps2 for mouse and keyboard
    1x VGA
    1x 7 pin S-Video
    1x 10/100/1000 LAN
    1x RS 232 COM
    1x Parallel Port
    6x USB 2.0 ports
    3x Audio: Line in, Line out, and Mic in
    Composite/RCA Line Outputs
    Monitoring and Management Power Management (Supports S3 standby)
    Fan Speed Control

    Memory/RAM 2Gb PC5300/667MHz
    250 gig mobile hard drive
    M2-ATX Smart Power Supply: Connects directly to the battery,
    Voltage regulation,
    Automatic Start-up more info
    Built-in Bluetooth-Exclusive Feature Internal V1.1/1.2 Vista Compatible
    50m/150' Range
    Works with Centrafuse 2.0
    Also Included 6 pin locking power harness
    users guide and wiring diagram
    master driver disk
    detailed system build sheet
    LCD monitor power cable

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    my monitor

    i also have
    EBY701 7" touch screen
    1 JL audio 12
    2 kicker amps ans a micro farad capacitor

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    Well... this looks like absolute garbage.



    Clean that edge up and make it look professional before you start bad-mouthing other people's installs. Yours isn't all that great yet. I actually see zero fabrication work in your ride... all you did was cut holes and mount stuff. And a pre-built unit? With the amount of trash talking you've been doing on the forum, I was expecting an awesome custom install. This is nothing more than buying the parts ready to go and just installing them. Bravo for installing a turn-key solution.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tidder View Post
    Well... this looks like absolute garbage.



    Clean that edge up and make it look professional before you start bad-mouthing other people's installs. Yours isn't all that great yet. I actually see zero fabrication work in your ride... all you did was cut holes and mount stuff. And a pre-built unit? With the amount of trash talking you've been doing on the forum, I was expecting an awesome custom install. This is nothing more than buying the parts ready to go and just installing them. Bravo for installing a turn-key solution.
    How did I miss this thread? Basing your install on the comments you made in our posts, I agree with Tidder. You didn't even mold the screen into your dash, you simply cut a hole in your dash like a kindergartner and smushed the screen behind it. When I found this thread, I was expecting some super well done setup that blew mine away. Its really nothing spectacular, if I had to rate it, I'd say its a 4, and not because of the PC system, but because of the audio thats simple enough to do.
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    I will say this, it looks ... nice. If this is all you were looking for then you have done well. And that is fine. Not everyone does this as a hobby. No biggie. But you really should watch what you say about others' projects since they are working on things waaaay beyond what you seem to be capable/willing to attempt.

    All you need right now is some plastic putty, hard work, and patience and you can mold your screen into your dash bezel. It will also help rebuild your reputation with the senior enthusiasts here. There should be some great information in the Fabrication forum.

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    wow, and to think you badmouthed the vanputer, i say his install was way better than yours. he at least took some time and creativity in his project.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UnusuallyGenius View Post
    wow, and to think you badmouthed the vanputer, i say his install was way better than yours. he at least took some time and creativity in his project.
    I agree with you 100%.
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    Shouldn't this be in worklogs rather than finished projects? It looks like a decent start installing a prebuilt system, but you have a good amount of work to go. You really should do some fabrication rather than just cut and pasting (literally) the components. By the way... way to play a ripped movie. Go pay for your media
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