Well got the new inverter in. . . wired it to some 4 gauge wire off the batt and run it into a 40 amp relay. . .A switch in the dash throws a ground to it to turn it on. . . . I get more excited everyday about this system . . .As I am a car fanatic and a computer nut. . .and by building this into my car I have basically combined the 2 and the possibilities and addons are limitless.
not having a mess of wires on the pass side floor sure is nice. . .
I know it is tempting to just hook this unit up and call it done. . , however it really pays off when you take your time and do it right.. . . mine is atilll a mess such as the bungees in the trunk and what not but i will be soon welding up some nice brackets to mount it to the rear of the seat
My only regrets are that when i bought my head unit that i should have got the aux input in the REAR and i would not have those cables sticking out. . . . oh well at least it is shiny. .
And the fat connection on the lilli screen i can not get tucked up into the sash with where my screen is at.. . but it is not all that noticeable. . .
So far so good. .
Liek i had mentioned. . grounding the computers power supply to the cars chassis really helped the noise. . . and the nice cable i added from the computer to the head unit with a ground loop isolator takes care of the rest. . . the sound is crystal clear now. . . and i am fussy about things liek that. .
The cable is a nice shielded rca type with steel shielding and 2 rca to 1/8" adaptors. .
well heres the pics. . . .let me know what you think so far \