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Old October 24th, 2007, 03:00 PM   #31
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i believe its the "key west" model....color of the screen can be matched to the porsche interior color...plays mp3 and has remote....looks pretty stock in my opinion...i'll try and take pictures with my camera phone and load it up.... only thing you may need is an antenna adapter....
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Old October 24th, 2007, 03:44 PM   #32
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just looked at it, i am not too excited about the look.
I guess I'll stick with my CDR220 until I upgrade to the Alpine iDA-X001

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Old October 24th, 2007, 07:15 PM   #33
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I posted this in another forum, but no love so far. Sorry for making you read a duplicate post if you also saw it elsewhere:

Guys, I'm in south San Jose, and am looking to do the OBC and rear speaker kit upgrades to my base 2001. I've never worked on my (or anyone else's) car prior to this, so although I've gone over the DIY guides etc., I am hoping to find someone who would like to join (help, really me in this quest. It'd be great (in fact, I'd even prefer it) if you need some work done on your car, so we can do all the work together.

I have all the items needed to do these upgrades (except for a dremel tool for shaping the rear box for the speakers -- not sure if it is absolutely required, or whether a knife will do the trick).

Thanks for reading!

PS : I don't have a specific day in mind, but am looking to do this on a weekend/evening on a day when its not raining (its supposed to rain a few days this week).
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We have 1 or 2 dremels , do you still need a dremel?
Also, a Ohm meter
Kevin, has lots of tools, just tell me what you need and we can come by on Saturday. If anything we are interested in learning about all this hacking.
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Old October 24th, 2007, 08:54 PM   #34
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We have 1 or 2 dremels , do you still need a dremel?
Also, a Ohm meter
Kevin, has lots of tools, just tell me what you need and we can come by on Saturday. If anything we are interested in learning about all this hacking.
Thanks Dede. Yes, I am still on the lookout for a dremel tool - it'll be needed when detaching the speaker box from the rear storage box. If you can get the dremel tool, that'd be most appreciated.

Oh, and I myself am interested in learning more about the boxster - I think hacking is too glorified a term for what we'll be doing, even though I've been guilty of using it frequently
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