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Thread: 1982 Lincoln Continental Carputer install

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    Why does that cartoon picture say "Adult Swin" in the lower right hand corner of the screen?? Strange Lilliput Ghost Pictures??

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    Quote Originally Posted by sq_geek
    Why does that cartoon picture say "Adult Swin" in the lower right hand corner of the screen?? Strange Lilliput Ghost Pictures??

    No, this is not a lilliput issue, it is Cartoon Networks series, Adult Swim... See
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    Here are some more pics of the setup in operation, I have switched to mediacar, but one of the included pics still shows MediaEngine, just because it was a cool picture I found which shows what it looks like at night.



    Above is a shot of the main menu of mediacar

    a different angle

    Playing MP3's

    An out-of date pic, but looks neat (notice MediaEngine rather than Mediacar)

    Gork's software XM-PCR running my XM radio (GORK WE NEED AN UPDATED VERSION )

    The embedded GPS function of MediaCar using Mappoint

    The equalizer function of MediaCar

    An overall view of the whole thing

    Comments are welcome!
    My OLD Carputer: http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=17412
    Currently, Don't have a carputer :( I sold my lincoln and bought a '93 Acura Vigor, plan on putting a carputer in it one of these days. You can see my vigor at: This Site

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    i mean have you got any infomation on how you made that relay switch for the inverter and psu etc

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    it would be awsome if you gave us some more info on your switch...you could make history by writing a tutorial. i wouldn't pass this opertunity up if i were you.

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    I would laugh very.. very hard if that thing pulled up next to me thumpin'. Nice install.
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    Just an FYI, a jigsaw cuts plexi better than anything else (except a laser of course). So for the straight cuts I would recommend either a jigsaw, tablesaw, or skillsaw with a fairly toothy blade on it. If the teeth are too small it will melt the plastic. Too large and it will crack it. The standard blades that come with jigsaws are perfect.

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    Nice setup!

    Just wanted to say great setup. Nice power technique!


    Lucho

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    Looks great!

    You're in Melbourne? I used to surf Sebastian Inlet all the time.
    Now I'm up in New Jersey

    For cutting the plexi, have you ever tried one of those plexi knives (forgot what they're called)? You just clamp down a straightedge, score the plexi a couple times, and snap away. You get a clean cut and won't ment it. I use them to make plexi signs.

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    Hi. I just registered to this forum
    I've been reading around for about a week now and I finally decided to start posting.
    I have a tip for all you guys trying to saw plexi, or cut with a dremel etc.. all you really need is a ruler and a sharp knife, score the plexi and then break it off.. makes a very clean and straight break.

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