The dirty 185K miles engine
1989 Toyota Supra Turbo Sportroof 185K miles.
The Sound. All sound components are over 5years old still work like day 1.
HU: Alpine TDM 7543S, Sony Equalizer
Amp: 50W RMS x 4 Rockfort Fosgate and 100W RMS x 2 (modified output power) Kenwood KAC-821.
Front SPK: 4.25 inch 2ways Rockfort Fostgate
Rear SPK: 6.25 inch Kicker component set. Tweeter are wire to front.
Sub: 2 Sony (1035? 1 year old) 10 inch inside Custom build box.
Once the SportRoof (Targa Top for Porche) is removed to the back, the Sub and Computer are out of sight.
Power Source: Used to be Inverter but not anymore. Custom build Mastero/Sproggy 3.5 and Mastero SDC. PSU provent at 8V no reboot (but car can't start at that voltage).
Abit Mobo BE6 II, P3 500MHz, 3x128 RAM, 40G Western Digital HD, 16X DVD ROM, Mini USB Keyboard, Delorme Earthmate USB GPS, Cheap glide point mouse (brand new at swapmeet)
Display: Modded Sony PSOne LCD + Matrox 200 Mystic AGP video card.
Sound: Sound Blaster 16 connect to HU via tape adapter.
WinIRC/LIRC Infared Receiver running with Girder via Dua function (HU and PC) Alpine Remote Control.
Update 04-24-2007 This project has been upgraded. New fab job and completion can be found here
Update 10-09-2007 Well, over the pass months, I went 1 step further with the Supra. LED exterior lighting. This project cost me the KAC-821 amplifier that burn due to water get to it while the light housing was out.
The complete project can be found here in SupraMania forum.
Or on HIDPlanet. It required login.
These are the first good pics I've seen of a PSOne monitor and GPS. Interesting. You say it's mod'd. Did you do the VGA mod? Or something else. I'll looking into using this monitor for my first run.
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It's in... it's finally installed!!!! But never finished!
"It works! It works! I've finally invented something that works!" -- Doctor Emmit Brown