looking good, how do you like it?
it works quite well, dispite some glitches, im working on fixing them
- right and left channels cant be on at the same time, ground loop though y ( need something that allows voltage to only go one direction, not sure what its called )
-slight fuzzyness, might need a ground loop isloator
-posable overheating ( might move computer to trunk )
i was able to fix the problem with the ground loop causeing interfearance, and the left channel cutting the amp power, all with a ground loop isloator. i didnt need to put in a diod. i saw that other people with the monsoon had the isloator cut in after the 5-6v was indused, but i put it in befor, and i dont have any noise. also didnt have to "cut" anything.
i just got the wires and USB hub to move everything to the trunk, haveing the computer behind the screen was a bad idea, it made the computer compleatly inaccessable, and it overheats, and when the comp hits 60c the comp freezes, and wont go back to normal untill i restart the car and wait 45 sec
i moved everything to the trunk. when it was behind the screen, with a crapy heatsink, the computer was prone to overheating.
i moves the monsoon amp to where the cd changer normaly goes and mounted the computer where the amp normaly goes
here are some pics
this is befor i put any wires on it and befor puting it into the car
ther computer is mounted and redy to go, i still need to do some more wireing, but for the most part the trunk is refnished.
now you see it
now you dont
Nice install what skin are u using?
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great install man! i have an 06 black rabbit am looking to do the same thing. thanks for the reference material
Like the install and the little compartment where it's in the trunk. Good job.
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2001 Mitsubishi Galant ES - 5 Speed Conversion/KYB AGX/Tein S-Tech/Addco Rear Swaybar/Injen CAI/Megan Catback Exhaust
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