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Coupe Random Little Question Thread

Old 04-09-2019, 11:30 AM
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I was thinking about super stiff sway bars over the weekend. I was watching a Honda CR-X race car three wheel around every off camber turn. Too stiff isn't a great thing either... haha.
Old 04-09-2019, 12:17 PM
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Originally Posted by jparker7269 View Post
I understand, yes it is a lot of work. I was however offering the complete unit, all you would need is the harness. I plan to go to a nicely optioned touch screen double din that will replace the whole unit as well. Good luck...
Check out this thread, the dude replaced the nav screen with a Samsung A6 tablet...https://g35driver.com/forums/interio...ml#post7165366

And here is the video showing you how to remove the screen so you can fit a tablet as well https://youtu.be/75uOWgGETkg

Check out both threads, it seems to be a much more efficient use of the nav unit rather than the actual factory nav. With tablets you get uimiyed apps, you can mirror your phone e screen if your tablet has that function, the tablet dimensions obviously have to fit the nav head unit, and other possibilities.
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