We did experiement going to the movies. We fit 9 people in the car, 3 guys in the boot that's going to be hell of a volume to cover
pci/agp not really an issue, linitx.com or even maplins sell flexible ribbon extensions for the ports so not really an issue ive actually got a low profile graphics card and as for sound gonna stick a SB card in there at some point.
i wanted to keep it a low as possible for a balance between airflow and bootspace.
oh and 3 IN THE BOOT!!!
buy stealth boxes for the sides of the boot and put a pc side one and a sub in the other... lol
Doing almost the same think. Looks like i'm at the same stage as you aswell. Only difference is, i'm mounting the pc in the wheel arch. Might change my mind though. Just waiting for pay day to order the screen (got a spare radio cage).
I also decided againts a door for the spare wheel. The top panel is not screwed down (its a very tight fit) I can just lift this out and I still used the same design so can pull out the spare.
Never had a puncture in the 4 years i've been driving.
Another idea i've had is to get an old iso connector for the speaker wires, then you don't have to cut the original vw's.
Keep us updated on the screen install. I'm not to good with filler so need all the tips I can get.
this is what i have been doing so far, after my first pc went down the tube
you've realy done a nice job there...practical and discreet..congratulations! ;)
thank you all.
I am in the UK and also have a Golf Mk 4 you can see my install over at digital car the link is a follows:
yea very nice, i like the glass and everything but my install was rather to hide the hardware becuase of the area i live in otherwise i would of done the same with mine...
but yeah, safety.., i live in a safe area, but i dont always park in the safest areas :T
out of sight, out of mind they always say, cant see it, wont think to steal it.. (so i hope)