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Thread: Davi's SmartStang Mustang

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    Great setup! I really like it...I'm looking for ways to clean things up in my hatch & I think you gave me a few ideas! It's also nice to see another member close to the Charleston area!

    Phil

    Car: 1990 White Toyota Celica GT Hatchback, Custom CAI w/ K&N filter, AutoVation Celica Racing Pedals
    PC: Athlon TB 1000, Opus DC-DC Power Supply, 40GB, 8x DVD, 256MB RAM, FM/TV Tuner, 5.1 Audio, 7" Xenarc Touchscreen, GPS w/ CoPilot 2003, 802.11g wireless NIC
    System: Hifonics ZX8000 5ch amp, Sony XS-L101P5 10" Sub, Q-Logic .6 cu ft sealed enclosure
    Coming Soon: Clean install in custom hatch enclosure, USB 2.0 or Firewire hub in front console, Slot DVD in front console, VHF/UHF antenna

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    Hey, where'd ya get that rear cam anyways? looks cool.
    90% Done
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    Rockfors 400s 400W amp,2x 10" Rockford Subs, Sony CDX M730 Head unit
    All in a shiny White 2000 V6 Mustang
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    My Amp is a 2 channel 150 watt RF with a Ford Symbol in the middle, when I first put it in I did some experiments to see if a fan was actually needed, I've been running it like it is with no fans for about 6 months now with absolutely no problems.

    The Rear cam is a pixera, it is not made for what I used it for, it was marketed as a "spy cam", I got it refurb from compgeeks.com for $15 about 6 months ago.

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    Maximum Bitrate GuRuGoD's Avatar
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    do you ever have to worry about it getting wet?
    90% Done
    60W DC-DC & shutdown controller
    Via C3 800, 512mb Ram, HDD 75GB IBM Deskstar, 5.6" In dash Dcustoms LCD w/ 3m USB Touch setup
    Rockfors 400s 400W amp,2x 10" Rockford Subs, Sony CDX M730 Head unit
    All in a shiny White 2000 V6 Mustang
    Click here to visit my NEW PhotoAlbum

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    well when I pulled it out of my junk drawer and decided to mount on on the trunk I figured if it got wet and fried it then it wasn't a big loss, the way it is situated by my plate it doesn't really get wet unless I was my car, it doesn't work after I wash my car but when it dries it works perfectly fine again, one of these days I'm sure it will poop out completely but I'm not really worried about it, who really needs a rear view cam on a Mustang anyway!

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    What kind of screen is that, it looks like something I might like

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    Its a Lanzar SVTV64, I paid $340 for it Refurbished on Ebay, they had them at millionbuy.com also but I believe it has been discontinued, it has a great picture for the money I paid

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuRuGoD
    Nice to have another Stang owner on the forums. VERY clean install. I look forward to more extensive pictures.
    You guys arent alone... These are (were on the classic) my two babies.
    http://1boss.ath.cx/mustang/index.html
    The 87 GT has already undergone phase 1 of and install but ripped it out with a heater core explosion and have decided to do some sort of fabrication to accom screen
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    Other fun stuff in works.

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    i wanna see, but it doesnt let me
    The File You Are Looking For Is Inaccessible.
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