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Thread: Holden VS Commodore Carputer Finished

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    nitrojunkie...

    pioneer trayless DVD
    It aint no family car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OdysseyPC
    I'm having a sense of deja vu, that set up is looking a lot like mine except for two things, firstly I didn't cut anything in my car (A/C, glovebox, etc), and secondly my wires are a little neater

    Just a an idea for you, the drive appears to be too deep to sit flush with the dash under the screen (i had the same problem), you should go for a notebook variety.
    May we see yours?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitrojunkie
    hey,
    just wanna know what brand DVD rom that is in there.... (if thats what it is). I like the fact that it has no draw.

    Pionner make them, ebay has loads for sale, around 20 uk pounds, I have one in mine now

    Edit : woops didnt see the other post about it
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    Quote Originally Posted by XtremeX
    I have finished installing my Carputer into my 1996 Holden VS Commodore.
    It is a M10000 motherboard with an ITPS and PW-70A Power components. Hooked up and running Windows XP on the 40Gb HDD which is about to be changed to a notebook 40Gb HDD. I have had to cut out the back of the glovebox and also the centre console to get everything in but now up and running it is great. Thinking of starting these for other install in Brisbane, Australia.
    Let me know what you all think about it.

    http://www.xtreme.id.au/pictures/Car...004/index.html

    hay can i see the pics please im going to do this to my vs but your link dont work.

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    The link asks for a password.
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    mine doesnt even do that

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    Pitty the link won't work..
    CAR INFO HERE
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    that would be because the thread is over a year old.
    It aint no family car.

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    should have posted pics on free webspace like yahoo pictures etc.
    Lez, more widely known as flez1966

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