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    f150 noob worklog

    Whats up guys. I think I originally posted this in the wrong section. I'm starting a build on a computer for f150 supercrew which I have dubbed the ScrewPuter. It will be all internal and as close to stock looking as I can get. So far here are the parts I have. Most off the parts have been purchased used from others. I am wiring everthing together now. I am running a stripped down version of XP

    If you guys have any ideas or thoughts on this let me know.

    -9" touch screen lcd which I will be incorporating into the dash bezel(thanks grayvader)

    -EPIA-EX15000G motherboard with a 1.5 Ghz C7 processor with Integrated VIA UniChrome™ Pro II 3D/2D AGP graphics with MPEG-2/4 and WMV9 video decoding acceleration

    -1bg RAM

    -250 GB HD

    Audio

    2 Audiobahn 2002t amps.

    1 to push four infinity component 6x9's

    1 to push 2 10" kicker impulse subs.



    -Clarion 5.1 digital processor and controller for the surround sound.

    Is anyone good with cutting and forming sheet metal or plexi glass. I want to make the pc case out of one of these but I am not sure which way to go



    Here's a pic of the mother board and the clarion audio kit.




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    If you want to put your mini-ITX in the dash, take a look at blk02si's chassis. His main thread is here, and his new one is here. He's in the process of revising his website. Nice product.
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    If just enough is really good, then too much ought to be perfect.

    2006 Scion xB with in-dash Atom & Lilliput 889GL -- Worklog at http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/work...res-links.html
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    great links thanks

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    6x9's ?? that's probably a typo.

    Are you putting infinity componets in the back? why?

    I'm building for a 2005 Screw also; will watch your progress.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    I should have elaborated. I am putting a 6 1/2 component system up front and I replaced the 6x9's in the back door. How far along are on Ill look for you worklog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thenewbreed View Post
    I should have elaborated. I am putting a 6 1/2 component system up front and I replaced the 6x9's in the back door. How far along are on Ill look for you worklog.
    6x9 you shore? You are going to have to cut or use adaptors and they may not fit behind the door panel.

    Worklog? i don't know, i'm not very good at documenting progress.

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    uuhhhhh damnit it , now I dont know. I have not looked at them in 6 months.

    Maybe 6x5's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thenewbreed View Post
    uuhhhhh damnit it , now I dont know. I have not looked at them in 6 months.

    Maybe 6x5's.
    They should be 6x8, hopefully that's what u have, would save you a lot of trouble.

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