2010 Honda Ridgeline - Carputer Build
2010 Honda Ridgeline Carputer Build
I have been mostly lurking the forums for about 8 months now reading on different builds, adaptations, front ends, etc. I have gained such a vast amount of knowledge from this forum that I must thank everyone who has posted a question and everyone who has provided a solution. It is wonderful to see how much an online community can come together to help each and everyone in need of aide. That said, let me cut to the chase and present my project that I have undertaken for about a month and a half.
Vehicle: 2010 Honda Ridgeline RT
Build Purpose: one integrated entertainment system that could manage all my needs and expand my knowledge of computers and electronics
Build type: Reliable, Cost efficient, and durable.
Now to the parts list
Mobo: Zotac GE6100 itx E-E ($30 with combo discount)
CPU: AND Sempron AM3 2.7Ghz ($26 with combo discount)
Mem: AData 2GB ($34)
LCD: Lilliput 869 – 8 inch Touch screen ($185)
PS: M4-ATX 250W ($90)
HDD: 80Gig Hitachi Hard Drive ($$ Free)
OS: Windows XP Pro SP3 ($$Free)
Front End: Centrafuse 3.0 ($$ Free – borrowed)
Radio: ADS RDX-155-EF ($7)
Speakers: Boston Acoustics RM6 ($$ Free, from previous vehicle)
Amplifier: Kenwood Excelon xxv-02A 4-Channel ($$ Free, from previous vehicle)
Dash kit: Honda Ridgeline Kit DD kit($15 )
Wiring kit: Honda Ridgeline stock wiring adapter kit ($13)
GPS Recv: MS-Pharos GPS-500 ($19)
GPS SF: Garmin Mobile PC ($$ Free – Borrowed)
Rear View Cam: Pyle PLC M24IR ($38)
Total: $457.00 (Budget was $600)
The hardware and software are integrated and running perfectly fine with M4 doing what it is supposed to with IGN on and off settings. Just waiting to custom rig a USB header for onboard adjustments via M4 software.
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Any comments welcome. Also, Now I am in the process of adapting the screen onto the kit and then the rest is just install into the vehicle. Once it is done, which should be probably in the early April, I will keep you all updated.