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Thread: 2004 Mazda 3 CarPC

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    2004 Mazda 3 CarPC

    Car Specs

    MAZDA3 DXp
    Mecánicos

    Motor DOHC 2.0 litros, 16 válvulas, 4 cilindros S
    150 caballos de fuerza S
    Frenos de discos en las cuatro ruedas S
    Transmisión automática de 4 velocidades (Sport AT) S
    Eficiencia de gasolina en millas por galón modelo automático ciudad/autopista 26mi
    34mi


    Exteriores

    Gomas tamaño 195/65 R15 S
    Tapa bocinas de lujo “Bolted down” S


    Interiores

    Asientos tapizados en tela S
    “Power Package” (espejos, seguros y ventanas eléctricas) S
    Acondicionador de aire con filtro para polen S
    Anclaje para “car seat” en asientos traseros S
    Asiento trasero divisible y plegable 60/40 S
    Cinturón de seguridad de 3 puntos para todas las posiciones S
    Control de volumen y emisoras en guía S
    Doble bolsa de aire frontal con sensores de uso en cinturón, que evalúa peso del pasajero y posición del asiento del conductor S
    Equipo de sonido AM/FM CD Player y 4 bocinas S
    Indicador de temperatura externa S
    Panel de instrumentos con terminaciones “Piano Black” S
    Guía ajustable y telescópico con controles para sistema de audio S
    Parabrisas con velocidad intermitente variable S
    Palanca de cambios forrada en piel S
    Sistema de seguridad con alarma e inmovilizador S
    Asistencia Total Mazda S

    Carputer Specs (so far)

    Lilliput 7'' 629/GL
    VoomPC Case (Blue)
    Jetway Motherboard (JF2WE)
    VIA C7 @ 1.5GHZ (Fast! Low power!)
    PCMCIA/CF Reader Add-In
    1GB RAM
    2GB CF Card (80X)
    80GB 5,400rpm SATA Hard Drive
    UniChrome IGP
    M2-ATX 160W Power Supply
    WindowsXP SP2 embedded (SForito walkthrough)
    P.I.E. aux-in (won't cripple your factory radio options; a must for me)
    Zyxel G-102 WiFi 54g PCMCIA Card
    Audio System

    Factory Radio
    Factory Speakers
    Cheap BOSS Tweaters (they sound pretty sweet or at least I convinced myself they do :P)
    Power Ackousik AMP 800 Watt
    12'' inch Audiopipe Sub 375Watt

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    rofl

    why reserve this when you dont have anything to post yet, lol

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    First problem:

    Stuck Pixel on my Lilliput - that was fixed

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    Testing Lilliput




    GPS | Attached (with magnet) to roof of trunk



    VoomPC | RF Key&Mouse



    AMP & Distro Block



    Screen | Ashtray Install





    Sub


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    I just ordered the final components.

    1. AGU FUSE 20A for Carputer Power
    2. USB Repeater/Extension 16'' for Lilliput
    3. VGA Extension 15'' for Lilliput

    Hopefully I'll be able to install the screen while I wait for these item to arrive.
    I think I'll cry when I dremel the holes for the screen

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    I want to see the result of this project, being that I have a 03 mazda 6. Right now im not quite sure where to place the computer

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    Looks good so far. Mounting the VoomPC in the trunk? It fits nicely under the front seat as well, but less worries about dirt/water if its in the trunk.
    MII-12000 / Ampie / Lilliput 7" / BU-355 / PicoPSU / uSDC
    Currently: Enjoying the setup, but always contemplating my next move...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsd212 View Post
    Looks good so far. Mounting the VoomPC in the trunk? It fits nicely under the front seat as well, but less worries about dirt/water if its in the trunk.
    In my case, I would worry more about dirt/water under my seats :P

    I'm from Puerto Rico = Beautiful beaches = sand in car.

    Besides, I usually have a mess of stuff inside the car... particularly in the back seats.

    Also, my amp is back there... might as well run power near that location.

    I'm wondering if I have to use groung on the AMP REMOTE of my M2-ATX....

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    do you get a fix with the gps mounted that way ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shldn View Post
    do you get a fix with the gps mounted that way ?
    Yes. Already tested with laptop.

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