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    awsome, hit me up if you need some help with the skinning or finding pictures

    i havent looked at RR yet, but on my old PC i started a skin for Media Engine

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilVert
    awsome, hit me up if you need some help with the skinning or finding pictures

    i havent looked at RR yet, but on my old PC i started a skin for Media Engine
    I will probably take you up on that offer!!! I seriously suggest you take a look at RoadRunner, the latest version is awesome, guino is doing a great job with it!!
    Progress: |##########| 99.99%
    - Tweaking and enjoying!!!! Never really done.....


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    This might sound a little weird...and off topic but...

    Could you email me a picture of your fuse box and if you're feeling extra nice, measure it for me? From what I understand the mustangs have the fuse box located in their engine bays, and I'm trying to move my fuse box in my corrado to the bay as well. I need to find a car that has a box large enough for me to use

    Any help would be greattttttttttllllllllllyyyyyyyy appreciated! Thanks!

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    Wow! Nice install, I hvae a gt at home (the guy smashed it up real bad, we just finished fixing it, beatifull looking cars!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by snitz427
    This might sound a little weird...and off topic but...

    Could you email me a picture of your fuse box and if you're feeling extra nice, measure it for me? From what I understand the mustangs have the fuse box located in their engine bays, and I'm trying to move my fuse box in my corrado to the bay as well. I need to find a car that has a box large enough for me to use

    Any help would be greattttttttttllllllllllyyyyyyyy appreciated! Thanks!

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    Hi, I'll probably be able to do this for you during the weekend. From what I remember, the fusebox in my Mustang is not much bigger than the one I had in my 98 Accord. It also has a fusebox under the dashboard on the driver's side with most of the fuses. As usual the one in the engine bay has some relays and fuses for stuff like headlights and stuff like that. I'll take the pics this weekend and measure it for ya.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinlekiller
    Wow! Nice install, I hvae a gt at home (the guy smashed it up real bad, we just finished fixing it, beatifull looking cars!)
    Thanks!! I agree, they are nice cars, I love mine!
    Progress: |##########| 99.99%
    - Tweaking and enjoying!!!! Never really done.....


    -= MachPuter Project =-
    -= MachPuter Project Worklog=-

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    Ok......big update. I have been working on my install on-and-off for a couple of months and here are the results. Not much to show off though. The big changes are the new Kicker amp which I mentioned before, and now have pics to show it.

    Also some pics of the inside of the case, excuse the crappy pics but I had to squeeze the camera in the case. And finally some pics of the screen running RoadRunner. I've added voice control using NaviVoice.

    Works in progress are steering wheel contros using the Blaupunkt RC-10 remote and Girder, and developing my own skin for RoadRunner. I'll keep you posted on my progress.

    Now to the pictures!!!!





















    Progress: |##########| 99.99%
    - Tweaking and enjoying!!!! Never really done.....


    -= MachPuter Project =-
    -= MachPuter Project Worklog=-

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    Quote Originally Posted by pyros
    wow if i didn't know better i would have thought i wrote that lol. i did the same thing for the power wiring, and doing similar suspension work soon:

    H&R supersport springs (have)
    steeda 4 bolt cc plates (on order)
    tokico illumina 5-way adjustable struts/shocks (on order)
    steeda bumpsteer kit (on order)
    steeda offset steering rack bushings (on order)
    steeda x2 balljoints (on order)

    whats yours like?

    my setup has no headunit, will be using the mach460 amps once i get the harness and one extra amp for the highs ('04s dont have an amp for the highs). last season i had 2 amps running my setup, but did'nt sound that great. the mach amps are pretty good, well, i like em.


    hey pyros .... interested to know how you used your mach 460 amps... im looking into moding my mach 460 setup with new speakers... did you just use an aftermarket head unit adapter harnes and mod it that way?

    btw.. i love my suspension mods.... amazing car with these mods... love to drive it even more than before...
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    Mach 460 question

    "Mounted speaker system on car's rear deck (pain in the *** to take out and mount back in!!!!! FYI)"

    willy-Mach1 .... how did you remove the mach460 stuff.... the rear deck etc.
    great install !!!
    thanks....
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    408 clevor AFD 2v heads - Viper T56
    Audio:RUX-C701, PXA-H701, MRV-F545, (2) MRD-M1005, SIR-SC-H1, DMHD1000, Dayton Audio: (2) RS180-4, (2) RS28F-4, (2) RSS265HO-44 DVC

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    Quote Originally Posted by crabbdaddy
    "Mounted speaker system on car's rear deck (pain in the *** to take out and mount back in!!!!! FYI)"

    willy-Mach1 .... how did you remove the mach460 stuff.... the rear deck etc.
    great install !!!
    thanks....
    hey!

    basically the rear speakers and amps are all mounted to a huge piece (i'm sure you have seen it) that is bolted to the rear deck. I really don't think you can get to the speakers without taking that whole thing out.

    so what I did was to unplug everything (just a bunch of harnesses), and the plastic piece is held to the deck with around 6 or 7 screws. I had a buddy hold it while I took off the screws. once it is out of the car it was a piece of cake to work with. The piece is pretty much hollow exept for some intricate chambers and curves on the inside. I was even able to put the crossovers for the rear components inside.

    I'm actually glad that the whole thing comes out because it is a lot easier to work with outside of the car. If I had to do all the work I did inside the car I would have probably shot myself.....we all know how spacious our back seat is......

    Let me know if you have any questions!

    CHEERS
    Willy
    Progress: |##########| 99.99%
    - Tweaking and enjoying!!!! Never really done.....


    -= MachPuter Project =-
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