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    Looks freakin good so far, nice job with that case, tight fit.
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    Wow, very impressive layout and assembly. I have the mini-itx and have been struggling with cramming all the "stuff" into a small package. I am doing all in dash install.

    Anyhow, here is my question.

    Where did you get a nano-itx? Did you pick it up in the short period that Via was making them? That was like just March and April of 2005 wasn't it? Or did I miss something and they are back?

    Also does anybody know what the deal is with the nano-itx? Why did Via pull it? Are they ever going to re-release?

    But, again very impressive work.

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    Why did you post a pic of all your cars all crashed up? Man, I hope that's repairable! Looks like the Subie's the fastest

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    Hey !
    you torched my car !

    good job !

    I must actually post the complete pictures of the install
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    Quote Originally Posted by SAScooby
    I must actually post the complete pictures of the install

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    Slick, small case.
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    Nice job!

    Any progress with the install?

    What about OBD-II, what have you gatehred so far?
    I'm asking because I have a 4G63 too.

    I love that Skyline in the pic.
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    I found good OBD software to be lacking for the Evo, this came as a shock as the Scooby is very well supported with deltadash (www.ecutek.co.uk) and our own South African equivalent tari (www.tari.co.za) I have just got hold of a scantool.net interface from digimoto so I will be trying that out soon, for the time being I am using a special piece from Forgemotorsports in the USA, it is a stand alone OBD reader and it works a treat, see the pictures further on, I wil ltry the scantool.net interface and let you know

    That skyline rocks ! its got almost 800hp ! being overtaken on the track with that is insane makes the 380hp Evo of mine seem slow and the skyline was 6 seconds a lap faster than me, the skyline did have a pro driver on board.....
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    Dash - with in dash screen

    in dash screen and OBD tool
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    PC in custom enclosure under steering column

    PC in custom enclosure under steering column
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