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Old 28th February 2010, 14:33   #16
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1 question, You used only "putty to fix the frame to your console correct?
no i mentioned inmy 1st post that i used M-Seal to give it a rock hard hold from back. putty is used to give is a smooth finish on the front.
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Great work there monty, one question do you plan to run the audio through the AUX in 8650?
Yes, i will be using 8650's AUX. but this time the pioneer 8650 will be split into 2 parts. fornt panel (which is removeable) will be installed near the cup holder just below the AC knobs and rest of the body will be going under the driver seat.

i use this idea because i dont want to cut my panels of my car anymore.
And more over 8650 is ready for experiments as it already 5 yrs old now.
this split thing is sucessfully running in my friend's swift for last 2 years so i am not afraid of doing it on my 8650.

i shall post the split pics soon, as i have given it for a split to someone and he promised me to complete it by monday.

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Old 28th February 2010, 15:51   #17
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Oops! My bad
I tried M-Seal for mounting my monitor too but that dint really help so just for the sake of safety, Try mounting it with the help of screws if possible. This may need some retro fitting as well. ( just a suggestion)
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Old 28th February 2010, 22:31   #18
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Oops! My bad
I tried M-Seal for mounting my monitor too but that dint really help so just for the sake of safety, Try mounting it with the help of screws if possible. This may need some retro fitting as well. ( just a suggestion)
there may be something worng in your m-seal process. the way i have secured it, its really rock hard. it wont move even punch it. if i want to remove it from there now i have cut it from the panel.
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Waiting for the final product, Monty. ...looks like it will end up awesome. You really seem to know what you're doing.
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this final product will be completed by tomrow or dayafter. it just got one day late because of holi today,
ANYWAYS, HAPPY HOLI TO YOU ALL, ENJOY YOUR DAY!!!
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very interesting monty. Waiting for the pics ... happy holi to you too
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very interesting monty. Waiting for the pics ... happy holi to you too
you know i will have same setup as yours.
i went to GYRO for an estimate few weeks back and there Gunbir suggested me the same setup except the front compost i think. same amps and same subs.
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ok guys there is an update here. pics tells their story itself.

yes, the color is not in proper Matt finish and it will goto the paint shop again later when i am finished with my whole setup.
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Neat job and very well executed

Warranty out the window eh?
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Neat job and very well executed

Warranty out the window eh?
thanks,
warranty out not yet, its just the plastic modification. i dint cut any of the wires yet.
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Awesome stuff monty !! Do let me know when u come to delhi/gyro !! What happened with the 8650 faceplate mod ?
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Awesome stuff...
Nicely done. Hardly any flaws..!
Kudos.!
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Pretty decent work done,

Iam eager to see the snaps in action.
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WOW! Looks completely OE.
When are you plugging in your CPU and other accessories?
If possible, Post some day time pics of the monitor and its console.
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superbly finished looks stock ... cant wait to see it in action!
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