Nice! Looks very good.
Hi ppl, i've been on here for a little while now, so i thort i'd share with you my finished install....Also a few pics of the car to show wot its inside.
Pics of the car...
Pics of the install...
Had to relocate the hazard switch (needs tidying up a bit)
The install has also been shown in the December edition of "Fast and Modified's" car pc article in their ICE special (its a Scottish mag).
So thats it, let me know what you think, hope u all like.
Nice! Looks very good.
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That is one clean install Great Job!
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wow - very very impressive - Your set-up is beautiful - Clean - Neat - and just awesome...
I love your interior - love your Front-End - love your car -
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That is one nice *** install... you went into grea effort to pull this off. Congrats...
How long did you work on it? what's the final cost? any special things that are not lke regular car-pc's? Oh and congrats on the magazine coverage... nice car... i wish they had those over here...
That's one great install!!!
That is sweet!!! I have my pc in the glovebox, too. How are you dealing with ventilation?
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very nice job.. so you have no center vents anymore or was that relocated too?
I spent about 25hrs making the dash screen housing (1st time i'd ever done anything like this), i didnt really add up the time it took to build the pc, but it was a simple mini-itx bundle, so it all worked fine once put together. I think its pretty much the same as most car-pc's to be honest, music, dvd, internet, webcam facing out the back, sat nav, speed camera detector, and soon to include odbII software as well.Originally Posted by BoyNextDoor
Apart from drilling holes either side of the glove box, so the air can be sucked in one side and then blown out the other, i havnt really done anything for the ventilation. It seems to work fine as it is. Only time i think it got a little too hot was when it was on for 2hrs straight when it jus shut itself down. Eventually i will use a purely cold air feed and send it to the air intake side of the glove box to help it keep a bit cooler.Originally Posted by ITL
Nope i blocked the centre vents off, so the air didnt blow onto the back of the screen and melt it the air jus gets forced out of the other vents and all works as normal (i never used the centre vents anyway)Originally Posted by leemik
Thanks for the comments guys, glad you all like it!