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    Right now Im just using the stock monsoon system. I managed to put the headunit all the way behind the dash. Im using one of those GM9-AUX units to line the audio from my mobo then into the monsoon through my speakers. Everything relating my audio system is sompletely stock (cept the door speakers that were replaced), I dont have the cash right now for a new stereo system and Im not really enough of an audiophile to think that monsoons system sucks as bad as many other people think. One good thing about keeping the monsoon system is some of my steering wheel buttons still work, like mute and volume. Overall Im very happy with the way it came out.

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    Sweet

    Now I have to go put a computer in my car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liquidmesh3d
    Now I have to go put a computer in my car.
    If you weren't gonna put one. What the hell were you doin over here??

    just kiddin. what are you waiting for. Go get started

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    Car: 2002 Mitsubishi Magna EI
    CarPC: SP13000, M2-ATX, 512 MB RAM, 120 GB 2.5" HD, X-Fi Sound Card, Xenarc 700TSV, Garmin 18 USB.
    Audio: 2X15" Rockford Punch Z, 1 Rockford Punch 2-ch Amp, 1 Soundstream Lil Wonder II 4-ch Amp

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    That, my friend, is a gorgeous car.

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    Sweet ride, and sweet install!

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    Nice install, very factory looking. What are switches above the screen, they look pretty sweet.

    oh and nice car by the way, I miss my camaro.

    Todd
    EPIA MII 1200, M1-ATX PSU, 1GB PC2100, 80 gig Hitachi HD, Pioneer DVD-RW, Delorme GPS, Lilliput 8"

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    Quote Originally Posted by verbal kent
    Nice install, very factory looking. What are switches above the screen, they look pretty sweet.

    oh and nice car by the way, I miss my camaro.

    Todd

    Those are factory switches, fog light and ASR(traction control). For my install I am cutting them out since my lilli 8" wont fit otherwise. I took a look at putting my HU into the dash...dont know how you did it Z28CTYHNTR. I ended up relocating it.

    Looks like you made your radio hole smaller? How did you do that? Did you paint?

    Nice camaro btw.
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    thats a great install! it really motivates me to get my camaro hooked up with a carpc

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    Hey guys, yeah as mentioned those switches are stock switches, all I did was change the bulbs out for Blue LEDs. Looks a lot better. I put my HU behind the dash with a little persuesion, meaning I ripped out the little table type area that the HU sits on. Then after taking that out I just pushed the HU back and down. Relocating it crossed my mind but there are way too many wires and I didnt want to sit there with 500 feet of wire soldering extensions on each one.

    Heres a little walkthrough of how I modified the bezel to fit the monitor. I used Duramix4040 for molding the sides. I tried using ABS Sludge for some parts of this but it was a HUGE pain in the ***, and it had a lot of air holes in it. So I ended up redoing those part with duramix which is a really easy to work with and fast trying alternative.

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    Thanks for the fabrication info. I will be doing this soon and have never done anything like it. May ask for some more specifics.
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