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Old 05-11-2006, 12:56 PM   #16
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So what are the specs Justin? Was that a indash stereo? Or a VGA display?

btw, what sound track was that? Really liked it.
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Old 05-11-2006, 03:48 PM   #17
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very very nice dude. i didnt know you had nes
you know I don't really talk about mods until asked about them. Had NES in the car for around 2 years now.

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i knew you had the NES in there Justin but when did you put the PS2 in?

btw what in dash unit are you using? i need to start workin on some ICE for my car after the rims and tein's get swapped in
The PS2 slim went in around Jan/Feb from another maX member. I sold the controllers/games and ended up paying $40 for the PS2. The PS2 is completely hidden, and the controllers are RF wireless. So anyone in the car can play without cords making things messy.

I'm using a Sony XAV-7W headunit. When you're ready for your iCE, let me know...

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hey justin were'd u get the indash ?? i wouldent mind picking one up soon
Picked it up from another maX member many years ago for a killer deal.

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Thats really nice, you wouldn't be posting a DIY on this will you? :$
It would be a novel to be honest, a lot of it is trapped in my little DIY brain. There are so many wires, connections, relays, it's ridiculous the install really is home-made. I designed/built the whole nightvision cameras myself... they weren't store bought, here's some info on how I designed them: http://www.maxbimmer.com/forums/show...0&postcount=12

This is only the in-dash visual part of the iCE install.. there's a lot more that I didn't (and would not) show over the internet to people. But it's a lot more complex. It'd probably be best to post up your ideas and we could all help you along the way...

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any day time pics?

i've never really seen your setup yet.
Not really.. there's a lot that I don't show on purpose. The only pics of my car in circulation scattered throughout this thread: http://www.maxbimmer.com/forums/showthread.php?t=57742

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So what are the specs Justin? Was that a indash stereo? Or a VGA display?

btw, what sound track was that? Really liked it.
RCA TFT, I had a Lilliput VGA screen hooked up to a in-car computer around 3 years ago... too much hassle, too messy. After that I went to an XBOX install running Linux, still too messy. I like everything hidden and still relatively stock-looking. The specs of the entire iCE I'd rather not share over the internet. But it's basically just headunit/surround sound controller/wireless ps2/nes/amps/components/subwoofers/custom enclosures/upgraded wiring/bass controller/IR lights/homebuilt cameras/camera control circuits/parking distance control sensors and displays/XM radio unit/CD changer.. you know, the basics. But again, a lot of the stuff is not brand name out of a store.. it's homemade.

The song in the video I composed myself... it's my own tune.
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Old 05-11-2006, 04:02 PM   #18
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wow, great job Justin! I really2 like it. And the NES, that's classic.. the first ever console ive ever owned.. the good ol' days.

U should also hook up an interior camera which functions/records the surroundings of the car and of course the interior when the car is locked. That'd be sick.
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Old 05-11-2006, 09:16 PM   #19
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Very nice on the limited specs Justine, Ok now post the whole audio track! Very well done.
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Old 05-11-2006, 11:47 PM   #20
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Justin bought the PS2 Slim from me last January.. I'm glad that its being used just like what he said back then Keep up the good work justin.
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you know I don't really talk about mods until asked about them. Had NES in the car for around 2 years now.



The PS2 slim went in around Jan/Feb from another maX member. I sold the controllers/games and ended up paying $40 for the PS2. The PS2 is completely hidden, and the controllers are RF wireless. So anyone in the car can play without cords making things messy.

I'm using a Sony XAV-7W headunit. When you're ready for your iCE, let me know...



Picked it up from another maX member many years ago for a killer deal.



It would be a novel to be honest, a lot of it is trapped in my little DIY brain. There are so many wires, connections, relays, it's ridiculous the install really is home-made. I designed/built the whole nightvision cameras myself... they weren't store bought, here's some info on how I designed them: http://www.maxbimmer.com/forums/show...0&postcount=12

This is only the in-dash visual part of the iCE install.. there's a lot more that I didn't (and would not) show over the internet to people. But it's a lot more complex. It'd probably be best to post up your ideas and we could all help you along the way...



Not really.. there's a lot that I don't show on purpose. The only pics of my car in circulation scattered throughout this thread: http://www.maxbimmer.com/forums/showthread.php?t=57742



RCA TFT, I had a Lilliput VGA screen hooked up to a in-car computer around 3 years ago... too much hassle, too messy. After that I went to an XBOX install running Linux, still too messy. I like everything hidden and still relatively stock-looking. The specs of the entire iCE I'd rather not share over the internet. But it's basically just headunit/surround sound controller/wireless ps2/nes/amps/components/subwoofers/custom enclosures/upgraded wiring/bass controller/IR lights/homebuilt cameras/camera control circuits/parking distance control sensors and displays/XM radio unit/CD changer.. you know, the basics. But again, a lot of the stuff is not brand name out of a store.. it's homemade.

The song in the video I composed myself... it's my own tune.
thanks dude, car looks sick, hope to see it some day at one of the meets or when im cruising around
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