The HD tuner is under the front passenger seat and the amps are under the rear seats, but I don't have any pics of those.
Future plans are to replace the HVAC controls with a Fusion Brain setup. I also want to hook up the headlight switch and dash light dimmer to the FB and then control the gamma/brightness of the monitor automatically with the lights.
Thanks for looking!
Your truck arouses me, sir.
Modern vintage - FANTASTIC! Better than from factory - NICE!
For the future you may think about molding-in the monitor sorta like this (mine) 1981 F-100.
That looks really good! I was kinda stuck with the hole that was left after I removed the HVAC controls and the cheesy Dodge "message center" that was there. Plus I was in a hurry to get it finished before Chryslers at Carlisle car show. I have another cluster bezel I can play with, though...
Originally Posted by treetop777
Don't know if I would have mounted a PC directly above a Bass Tube but I'm certain the Bass would shake it no matter where you mounted it. :P
That is a very clean and professional looking install too. I like the metal enclosures for the PC and corssovers / relays above the Bass tubes.
Very nicely done.
Originally Posted by pcguru
I don't think the Bazookas are big enough to do much damage, especially since I don't really crank them up that much. Plus, I'm not too sure what COULD get damaged since the HD is solid state.
So far it's all hanging together!
Well any vibration is no good for electronics, but your right it is probably so minimal that the vibration from driving causes more stress on the components then the bass tube.
But you never know there are large speaker magnets in those tubes and those magnetic fields could cause issues down the road (no pun intended) but mostly likely they would only cause issues with the harddrive. Being that you used a SSD you should be fine once again.
Nicely done once again. I hope my install looks that good when I finally fininsh.