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    dude... i hate to be a killjoy but didnt batman have a black car? or is red new for 2004?! bahahaha sweet install tho brutha! looks pro!

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    Nice work... looks awsome! Just a little carpeting, and you're done :-)
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    Wow. Very clean framing of LCD. You even have the IR sensor on the bottom.

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    WOW...you dash looks amazing now.Great work
    Here in Portugal we have great weather, lots of brunnets, party a lot,drink a lot....
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    Thats sweet!! Im ready to do the same type thing in my civic. It is the same generation and has the same dash. you paved the way!!

    one question, what monitor is that. I know its a 7" Lilli, put can you give me the exact model?

    Thanks

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    Nice Install. Could you post links/diagrams of your Radio Xtreme setup? I have one too and reception is pretty lousy. I went to radio shack and they were clueless about the amp you mentioned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wkolodny
    Nice Install. Could you post links/diagrams of your Radio Xtreme setup? I have one too and reception is pretty lousy. I went to radio shack and they were clueless about the amp you mentioned.
    wkolodny,

    Got all my parts from Radio Shack. Part numbers, prices and descriptions listed below. My reception was bad too until I installed the in line amp. It improved dramatically. Still not up to par with a head unit though. Going to try a bigger amp (I think they are 26db) from Radio Shack. Hopefully that will bring in the weaker stations. Anyway, all the parts I used are listed below.
    Hope this helps you out.

    Batman

    Part # 2780257 Fem F to 1/8 Plug $4.29

    Part # 2740710 Solderless MOTO Jack $2.99

    Part # 2781312 2Ft Coax cable $1.40

    Part # 2741555 Dual Mini Jack Coupler $3.99

    Part # 2780213 Male F-F Coupler $1.49

    Part # 1501170 In-Line RF Amp $34.99

    Part # 2780219 Male F-F Coupler $2.29

    Part # 4202496 Dual 1/8SPLG-STRJK $5.99

    Part # 2760640 38MHZ IR ReceiverModule $3.69 (replacement for Lilliput IR Receiver)

    Part # 2740375 Y Adapter 2 1/8"M-1/8ST $4.99

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    Quote Originally Posted by Batmanatthenewb
    wkolodny,

    Got all my parts from Radio Shack. Part numbers, prices and descriptions listed below. My reception was bad too until I installed the in line amp. It improved dramatically. Still not up to par with a head unit though. Going to try a bigger amp (I think they are 26db) from Radio Shack. Hopefully that will bring in the weaker stations. Anyway, all the parts I used are listed below.
    Hope this helps you out.

    Batman

    Part # 2780257 Fem F to 1/8 Plug $4.29

    Part # 2740710 Solderless MOTO Jack $2.99

    Part # 2781312 2Ft Coax cable $1.40

    Part # 2741555 Dual Mini Jack Coupler $3.99

    Part # 2780213 Male F-F Coupler $1.49

    Part # 1501170 In-Line RF Amp $34.99

    Part # 2780219 Male F-F Coupler $2.29

    Part # 4202496 Dual 1/8SPLG-STRJK $5.99

    Part # 2760640 38MHZ IR ReceiverModule $3.69 (replacement for Lilliput IR Receiver)

    Part # 2740375 Y Adapter 2 1/8"M-1/8ST $4.99
    Thanks. I'll give it a shot. Let us know how the more powerful amp works out. I went to the site and found that amp. But it comes with an AC adaptor. How are you powering it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxgguy2001
    dude... i hate to be a killjoy but didnt batman have a black car? or is red new for 2004?! bahahaha sweet install tho brutha! looks pro!

    Foxgguy2001,

    Everyone looks for the black car. I was trying to blend in with the general population. Besides, the red looks good, and doesn't show as much dirt as the black one. Laziness factor took over.

    Batman

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