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Thread: '94 Proton Indash & Epia Install

  1. #11
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    Awesome walleye, I've stored my 1.8 MB gif file there. If you click the link above, you'll see it working now =) Thanks to you.

    I've uploaded a couple more pics of the install

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    That's a great job... I'm thinking more and more about the whole housing idea. How much was the housing? And did you have to take the screen out of the case to put it in?
    1992 Buick Skylark - 3.3L V6
    Alpine CDA-9805 Headunit
    Alpine SPS-690A Rear 6x9 Speakers
    Alpine Alpine SPS-460A Front 4x6 Speakers
    Crossfire VR1000d
    Crossfire BMF W15D x2
    100 Amp Alternator
    Montana MECA M2 and DB2 Points Leader

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    MSIguy, I bought the TM701-L housing from digitalWW. I think there's a link to it on his website. If you want a Lilliput, you can purchase from me too. Yes you have to take the LCD, the VGA controller and the touchscreen out of the Lilliput to be put into the TM701-L housing. Its not difficult, but its not easy either. A lot of info can be found in the LCD forums.

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    That's what I though, now all I have to do get a job... lol and some money.
    1992 Buick Skylark - 3.3L V6
    Alpine CDA-9805 Headunit
    Alpine SPS-690A Rear 6x9 Speakers
    Alpine Alpine SPS-460A Front 4x6 Speakers
    Crossfire VR1000d
    Crossfire BMF W15D x2
    100 Amp Alternator
    Montana MECA M2 and DB2 Points Leader

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