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    Variable Bitrate Fox_Mulder's Avatar
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    Yep mid engined car - liquids are store dup the front. Glad to hear you got the navpod dimenions 02mr2, wasn't sure with all your posts going away at spyderchat.

    Not much room in terms of bootspace, as said before the hatch in the front is only good for a backpack unless you remove the spare tire. The hatches behind the seats are probably the only place you can really put anyhing in this car hehehe.
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    strange ... the car on the pictures is gray, yet the subs are installed in a red one. Which one is yours?

    btw any pics of the navi-pod installed in the car ?
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    The Apline subs are in my car. Mine is red.

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    very nice choice in project car
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    Havent got the navpod installed yet, yep mine is the gray car.
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    Managed to fix my M4 ATX power supply by quickly making a microcontroller programmer and reprogramming the microcontroller (Saves me havint o send the power supply back to the USA).

    I have managed to get Destinator 7 working with new Australian Maps (Text to Speech is pretty neat). Only problem is that it needs to be restarted every 30 mins or so due to a memory leak, but this has been taken care of using a program called "D7Wrapper".

    I got the Widcomm stack operating with my bluetooth dongle, I can hear the audio from the phone through the car, but after 1 phone call the audio gateway stops working for some reason even though it says it's connected. I have to manually disconnect and reconnect the phone for it to work again.

    As my phone charges via the USB port I think i will just hve a usb port up the front of the car, I'll connect my phone to that and have it recognised as a modem, so a program like RRMobile or FreeFone can connect to it this ensures the phone call is still displayed ont he screen and th emusic gets muted etc. I'll have my phone paired with a bluetooth headset which is powered by the carpc and connect the headset to the "line in" on the soundcard.
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    Added pics of the screen installation.
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    is that a HAKKO soldering iron? i have one very similar they are great!

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    Nah it's a Dick Smith Electronics Soldering Iron

    It's this one here:
    http://www.dse.com.au/cgi-bin/dse.st.../product/T2250

    Although it could just be rebadged...
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    Low Bitrate pdegameplayer's Avatar
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    i see! still nice. my HAKKO was like $150 but it has a ton of stuff that came with it and you can virtually replace any part of it that breaks and i mean any part, transformer,iron coils,power cable, control knob, lol the list gos on!

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