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    Quote Originally Posted by kandyman676
    Yes it is a touchscreen. But having some problems with sunglare unfortunately. At night it is completely fine.
    Nice. Might have to look into a one of these

    I'm finding it quite hard to see my screen during daylight. I can see it but could do without the glare. I saw someone on the board using some kind of antiprotective film to reduce it?

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    http://digitalww.com/VGA_Lilliput-to-Indash_HowTo.html

    your already off to a good start. you can convert your lilliput into an indash unit, if you have the soldering skills needed. If not send it to digitalww.com and they'll do it for 60 bucks. The in-dash housing is 90 bucks. enjoy.
    Carputer: 2.8Ghz P4, 512 RAM, 120gb HDD, WIFI, TV tuner, CDRW/DVDROM, Slot load DVD in front.
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    S2000 Carputer

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkhalo
    http://digitalww.com/VGA_Lilliput-to-Indash_HowTo.html

    your already off to a good start. you can convert your lilliput into an indash unit, if you have the soldering skills needed. If not send it to digitalww.com and they'll do it for 60 bucks. The in-dash housing is 90 bucks. enjoy.
    Cheers for the link, im going to have a good look into this as I think it would be much better for vision to have it in dash! I would have done this originally but I did not quite fancy making a mess out of the dash when I had only just bought the car.

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    That is one weird stick shift!
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    No way! I am using that same PC. HP e-pc 42! Did you end up using an Inverter or did you get the 12V and 19V that it needs to run?
    1.6GHz HP e-PC, 768MB RAM, 120GB WD HDD, Slim DVD-ROM, Onboard sound & video, 7" Lilliput, USB GPS Mouse, Audiovox FM Modulator, Vector 400 Watt Power Inverter, Windows XP Pro SP2, iGuidance 2, 15" Samsung LCD for the rear *Carputer not installed*

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodgetimes2
    No way! I am using that same PC. HP e-pc 42! Did you end up using an Inverter or did you get the 12V and 19V that it needs to run?
    Nice one. Its a really nice compact pc for the car. I managed to get it off Ebay fairly cheaply.

    I ended up using an inverter but it doesn't work when the car battery has been used while driving for a while

    How did you use the 12v and 19v that it needs to run?

    I'm now thinking of just using a laptop instead running 12v

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    That's a nokia 6310 isn't it? Ever thought about experimenting with PhoneControl?

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    Those ground loop isolators saved my system... But for some weird reason after a little bit of changing the wires around the isolator made it sound even worse then when I took it off it sounded perfect, I mean I can't here any noise AT ALL, just some alt whine. Crazy, huh?

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    there's nothing wrong with the gearshift in a uk-spec CTR. i love it. so easy to use and great positive shift.

    suppose most on here don't know how to use a gearbox though :P

    looks nice mate.

    i've currently sold my gti-6 which had a fantastic install in it, but kept the computer, so got a proper good spec VIA EPIA to install when i can figure out what to do with my setup.

    the double DIN slot is handy for a silly fold-out screen along with a head unit. except that when it's out it blocks the heater vents. really handy....not.

    i want to keep my head unit, but the screen would be perfect in its place and i don't want a lame head unit install that doesn't look OEM so i'm stumped for now..

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkhalo View Post
    http://digitalww.com/VGA_Lilliput-to-Indash_HowTo.html

    your already off to a good start. you can convert your lilliput into an indash unit, if you have the soldering skills needed. If not send it to digitalww.com and they'll do it for 60 bucks. The in-dash housing is 90 bucks. enjoy.

    anyone got an updated link to liliput to in dash conversion?

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