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Thread: 2007 Honda Civic Si Install Completed. Updated [4-4-2010]

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    2007 Honda Civic Si Install Completed. Updated [4-4-2010]

    I have finally installed the carputer i've been researching for months now. I put everything together except for the two amp(which i haven't purchased yet). As my friend Doc Brown would say "Please excuse the crudity of this design i have not completely finished it yet"

    System Contents:
    Case - Mobile Computing Solutions Case[hl] Antec ISK 300-150[/hl]
    Power Supply - M2-ATX 160W Intelligent DC-DC PSU
    RAM - 1GB DDR2 667 [hl]1GB DDR2 800MHz[/hl]
    Processor - Intel Yonah T7100 Core Duo 1.80Ghz 1.80/2M/800/SLA4A
    Motherboard - Gigabyte GA-6KIEH-RH Mini Itx
    Wireless Card - Intel Mini-PCI Express 802.11 a/b/g/n [hl]LinksysDual-Band Wireless-N USB WUSB600N[/hl]
    Satellite Radio - XM Package (XMD-1000) + USB adapter
    Front End - Centrafuse 2.1 [hl]Centrafuse 3.1[/hl]
    Screen - Lilliput EBY701 Transflective [hl] revo-sys double ding VGA screen RS650[/hl]
    Bluetooth - Generic Bluetooh Dongle
    Primary Harddrive- 32GB Patriot SSD
    Secondary Harddrive - Seagate Momentus 7200.2 200GB 7200 RPM SATA 3.0Gb/s
    Microphone - Andrea Electronics Superbeam Array Microphone Bundle [hl] mic embedded in vga screen[/hl]
    GPS - BU 353 GPS Dongle
    USB - Dlink USB Hub (powered of course )
    [hl]Steering wheel controls - rcjoycon[/hl]

    Special Thanks
    Chris @ mo-co-so.com
    the guys at bybyte
    nexson
    [hl]portabuddy[/hl]
    everyone at mp3car.com
    everyone at 8th gen civic forums
    everyone at fluxmedia forums

    Dash preassembled


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    New Trunk Layout








    Video of Final Product
    [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GsMslcv34As[/media]

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    how did you modify the dash, it looks like a pro did it? also what are all the wires in the left of the trunk for, don't tell me they're for the pc

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    The guys from bybyte told me how to modify the metra double din kit to fit the screen brackets. I just used a drill and a 5 dollar grinding set. It took like 2hrs but it got the job done. Those extra wires are speaker wires for the amp that i don't have yet so i figured i'd just leave them there for a couple of weeks til i can afford the amp.

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    I can always help

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    awesome job

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bxsteez View Post
    I can always help
    If you're confident with the drill in the car I'll buy the beer

    I'll find out tomorrow though if it is the pump or not that's causing my oil light. If it's the pump (half price of the car's value) I might just garage the car and look at buying a different car.

    Are you concerned about temps vs. trunk?

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    Very concerned!!! Thats why i added those two extra fans on my case. So far i've been below 40C but it was a pretty cool day today. I have to wait for the 90 degree temps and see how it goes.

    I don't really drink but i can help when i can. I won't do it for you of course but i will provide the assistance i can. The drilling in the car is easy its everything else thats a *****. I freaking hate taking apart cars. I break so many damn clips.... ehhh so annoying

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    Any concerns about the temps in the winter? I broke some clips on some trim going up to the side of my car when I was rerunning the remote for the Passport radar detector. :/

    Also, side note, love your camera - I get yelled at when I use the Rebel for pictures of the carputer

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    hmmm not too worried about temps in the winter although maybe i should be.... I think the processor gets so hot that in the winter it won't get too cool. Maybe a 10-20 degree drop. I guess we will see. Maybe i'll design a heater circuit or something.

    How could u tell i was using a Rebel? lol


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    hmm now i'm a little more concerned. The min temp for the processor is 0C . This may pose a problem in the winter but i think i can think of something by then.

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