Looks damn tasty!!!
Very nice install. I can see how you had to reshape the console to fit the screen. Well done. I also spent some time looking around your website and looking at your install pics. Once again, very well done.
A few questions, naturally.
How do you like the monitor being that low. It looks to be on a good angle. Any problems with glare or having to look so far away from the road? What are the specs on your set up? GPS? FM Tuner?
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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
It's angled just right so I don't see the reflection of any windows. No glare problems, I can read it fine, even in direct sun. It's a small car, so the screen isn't that far off of my line of sight. I usually have my hand on the shifter, and the buttons are big enough that I can change songs without looking.
Just mp3's for now. I wanted GPS, but never got around to it.
Arby: if you're ever around dallas, myself and the rest of the dfw people would be up for a meet.
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that looks real good but wow that angle makes it seem hard to see when driving. but u already said it works so i will take ur word.
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My next generation Front End is right on schedule.
It will be done sometime in the next generation.
I'm a lesbian too.
I am for hire!
that looks great arby. good to see an install with something other than the stock "put the screen where the radio is" install (like mine and everyone elses)
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great install. i really like where you put the screen. where did you get the skin for winamp at? i like that.
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