This car looks awesome! I've been trying to do something similar with the screen in mine but i don't think i will ever get it to look as good and clean as yours without removing the vents
this was only my first attempt at a carputer, but i used a 7" screen and i've been trying to keep the hvac vents in place for a more custom look. I have yet to upload some pictures, but i'll be making progress tomorrow on it and i'll let you know where to find them so you can give your opinion. and once again you're car is awesome, and exactly what i hope to do with mine some day
Okay so here goes, I added the second screen, but here is the kicker, i got rid of the instrument panel and here we go:
WATCH THE VIDEO
YouTube - ‪Digital LCD Gauges via CarPC‬‏
Now to work on moving all of my dummy lights (oil, check engine, ect.) to the clock pod, also putting the odometer and a digital compass/internal external air temp gauge there as well
what are you doing for odometer readings?
more details please
My OLD 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse GT:
"The Project That Never Ended, until it did"
next project? subaru brz
lights to the clock-pod location, since getting rid of my HU i have a huge empty hole that is begging for something to be put in it, lol no pun intended
currently building my dash to look like a sportier Tesla Type S dashboard, more to come...
Does dash command auto connect to your OBD reader upon startup or do you have to connect each time?
I have been using dash command for a while in my install but I hate the fact that every time I shut off the truck to run to the store or just startup in the morning, I have to go through the extra step of selecting the connect button.
Did I miss something there?
2002 Chevrolet Avalanche
Zotac NForce 610i ITX, 2GB RAM, 2.6 GHz Intel Pentium Dual Core CPU, 320 GB Hard Drive, 12' VGA touchscreen monitor, 3D mouse
My Worklog : http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/work...avalanche.html
Like the tatoo image on the side.
Tried to read the Chinese? Japanese? Characters on the left side but the video was too jumpy to read the the top one and middle one.
Do you know what it's supposed to mean?