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    Seat Leon 20vt 2004 CarPc(56K warning!)

    I finally finished my carpc project. Here is specs and some pictures.

    Car:
    Seat Leon Topsport 1.8t 2004
    180HP
    6-speed transmission
    19" Toora wheels

    Computer specs:
    Motherboard: Asrock K7S41GX mini-atx(vga, lan, sound)
    Processor: 1,8Ghz Amd Duron
    Memory: 256MB ddr
    Harddisk: Hitachi 2,5" 30G
    Power supply: 300W ATX 12VDC
    Lan: A-link 54Mbs USB wlan
    Screen:Newvision 7'' TFT NW-619VT
    Drives: Dvd-drive
    Keyboard: Zippy Rf keyboard and optical mouse
    Sony rm-x2s

    Software:
    Windows XP Professional(nlited)
    Roadrunner
    Motherboard monitor 5
    Girder

    Carhifi:
    Headunit:Pioneer P99r+homemade aux-adapter
    Amp: Xetec Vector V350.6
    Subwoofer: Dls mw10
    Speakers: Stock

    And some pics:
    Car:



    Screen:



    Trunk:


    without covers,showing subwoofer and amp:


    Pc and and dvd-rom drive at left side of the trunk:

    Pc and power supply is hidden behind panel. Only fans and dvd-rom drive is visible.

    Some construction pics you can find at my homepage:
    http://personal.inet.fi/surf/jt/carpc.htm (only in finnish)

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    I love the setup. Probably one of the cleanest setups I have seen. Very very nice.
    Pioneer DEH7600MP, Autotek MX-800.4, JL Audio XR650-CSi, Adire Audio Shiva

    Done with CarPCs, using a iPaq 3765 PDA w/ Holux GM210 and TomTom

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    Awesome job!

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    very nice instal!!
    don't you have pictures of the case in the trunk whitout the pannel?

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    Great setup and clean as hell.

    I love the trunk portion with the fan and dvd built into the sidewall.
    Its one thing having an lcd, 8 speakers, 2 amps, 2 subs and 20 lbs of wires hooked up, but having your car still pull 12 second 1/4 miles at the drag strip with all that still in is another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raphizzz
    very nice instal!!
    don't you have pictures of the case in the trunk whitout the pannel?
    Thanks! My main goal was make installation look like it's made from factory.
    Motherboard and rest of the components is attached on the panel, it doesn't have a "case"

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    Excellent, 5*
    http://www.pc-car.net/forum2/index2.php
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    http://cliocarpc.no.sapo.pt/
    AMD xp 1700+*512 SDRAM*80HDD*GPS USB => Amp. GTO4000 JBL*Tweeters, mid-woofs Hertz 120W*Speakers JBL 300w*Sub MTX 500W*Cables Caliber

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    everything is good exept the dvd in the trunk, from what i think its not good going to the trunk to load a cd...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiriller
    everything is good exept the dvd in the trunk, from what i think its not good going to the trunk to load a cd...
    Shouldn't be bad. He has a CD player up front. The only time he woul dneed to change discs in the back is when changing movies or during software installation.
    Pioneer DEH7600MP, Autotek MX-800.4, JL Audio XR650-CSi, Adire Audio Shiva

    Done with CarPCs, using a iPaq 3765 PDA w/ Holux GM210 and TomTom

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    love it, excellent job!! Just had a look at the work pics too. I've been working on my install in my Leon for a while now, but it's nowhere near as clean as that. Did you buy a double din centre console (not fascia, console itself) or modify your original single din? I can't make it out from the pics.
    I've never seen a leon with the headunit relocated there, it looks amazing..

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