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Thread: 2004 Dodge Ram Computer - Touchscreen -Stereo Install

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    2004 Dodge Ram Computer - Touchscreen -Stereo Install

    I'm still figuring out how to post pics (I could only post five) and I'm not a regular to the site, so try not to grill me too bad. Here's some pics of my 2004 Dodge Ram with the computer and touchscreen installed. It's a first time for me, but I'd still love some feedback.
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    Very nice and clean install, I also like the "case" :-)

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    outstanding man, im working on mine right now... its good to see another ram owner here. by any chance are you a member of dodgetalk.com or dodgetruckworld.com?
    2005 Dodge Ram HEMI

    http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2239451

    15" LCD touchscreen
    Mac Mini
    6" Headrest monitors
    Modded Xbox

    5 PSone screens going in doors
    And another 15" LCD!

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    nicest install ive ever seen
    via epia sp13000 mobo
    512mb ddr ultra slim ram
    100 gig hdd
    mp3car in-dash TS
    much more to come!

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    Thanks for the compliments

    Shocker1185 - Appreciate the compliment... you are too kind.

    Viper24 - As far as the other dodge forums go, I am not in other forums as of now. I might have to look into it though. Just limited on time. I'm a very busy student.

    The hard part for me was to design the lower HVAC control bezel. I pulled the ashtray and cupholder and it freed up A LOT of room back there. I used up every last bit of space behind the dash. I covered it in match grade vinyle to keep with the correct grain and color of the dash. I also stayed with the stock silver on the dash trim. My big goal was to keep it all as stealth as possible, but still sorta trick looking. I learned a lot from it. I might try to post some pics of the system under the back seats I built at the same time. I think it turned out alright.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DodgeMan
    I'm still figuring out how to post pics (I could only post five) and I'm not a regular to the site, so try not to grill me too bad. Here's some pics of my 2004 Dodge Ram with the computer and touchscreen installed. It's a first time for me, but I'd still love some feedback.
    That is AWESOME. I've been watching this site for a few weeks now - getting ideas & trying to decide if I really want to tackle an install. Your work caused me to register and post. That is one of the cleanest on this site. Are sure this is a first time install for you?? Great work.

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    Very Nice! I've got an 04 ram myself and have been thinking of doing something very similar. Can you give us some more info about the your computer case/motherboard etc?

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    Here are some more details on the setup:

    8" Lilli TS
    MP3CAR.COM PS controller
    250W ATX 12V PS
    Wireless Notebook mouse, wired slim keyboard, USB wireless (front port)
    A/V jacks on front side for XBox or whatever else
    Tyan 845 MB
    Pentium 4 2.0GHz
    512 MB Corsair XMS
    300 GB Seagate IDE
    DVD/CDRW slim drive with IDE adapter
    Onboard sound and video
    Case was just plexi on the very top and bottom, and I also utilized the bottom half of underseat compartment for the sides. Top half stayed in. With middle seat removed, computer can be pulled out the top "for maintenance." I dread that day...


    MR-350 roof mount GPS
    Digimoto OBD-II setup

    Stereo:
    2 - 10" Infinity Perfect 10's
    Infinity 611 amp
    1 F RF Cap
    Custom built box using glass for the bottom and MDF on top

    Hope that helps with some questions. I will post some more pics.
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    DAMNNNNN that is a clean install... even the subs and amp! looks awesome!
    My Site: http://www.reinerweb.us
    My Car : http://members.cardomain.com/reiner15

    Car Computer Alias - TekPC
    Current Progress - - Brainstorming

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    dude the sub amp install is swweeeet im looking to do something like tht nice and hidden and no one **** with it. what size subs are those? and how do they sound down there?
    i got dat ***** sittin on 22s! SUPERMAN EDITION!

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