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    R32 powered by AMD

    Here is what I have so far:

    http://www.strohgolf.com/R32/carpc.htm

    I am running a Tview 7" LCD upfront...
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    Frodoplayer as my frontend..

    I had to remove the top cupholder above my stock stereo as well as slightly modify the radio cage to fit the screen... however I think that for the amount of work + money spent on the screen install.. its pretty hard to get it to look better
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    looks good, nice DUB

    i wish i could upper my trunk in my jetta, but it's way too big

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    That gives me an idea for my wagon/hatchback. I could do a false floor and mount everything underneath and be done! Did you use anything for absorbing shock such as a rubber mat or rubber "bushings"?
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    if it's tight fit, you don't need, besides MDF is soft by itself

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    honestly... I have never had problems with my carpc even when I had it in my avalanche... at least not with vibration/shock

    but no I dont have anything in there but the MDF....

    Also the false floor is very easy to do... I am not done doing it, but I could just live with it the way it is right now.. its very stable and doesnt bend or anything with all the crap i keep in my trunk all the time
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    here are some more pics... with the false floor nicely done including a sub dropped in there

    http://www.johannstroh.com/carpc.htm
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