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Jul 23, 12:52am - #229890 
P.S 2 installation

Hi guys, this is my first post, and I have a question... hope someone has experience with this. I've got a 2k gts, that I just put a kenwood 7.5 indash tv into, and now I'm trying to hook up a p.s 2. Heres my idea... putting it in the glovebox, not angled down into it, but coming straight in. Now I was wondering, if I cut the top part of the back of the glove box (hope that made sense), will i have enough room for it to slide all the way in without hitting that big unit behind the glovebox (a.c something I think). Would appreciate any help.

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Jul 23, 12:57am - #229891 
her is one he took away the hole glove box spineyes

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Jul 23, 12:58am - #229892 
nice got a new thing under my nick for that post thumbsup

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Jul 23, 1:20am - #229893 
Take the glovebox out and that should give you a better idea of where and how much you would need to cut. If you can do this, IMO it would be the best to have the PS2 hidden unless you have the box open to play it. I have my PS1 in the glovebox but obviously that had no problem fitting.

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Jul 23, 5:08am - #229894 
one person said they were able to keep the glove box (and open and close it) with the ps2 inside of their..he removed the airbag and cut a few things though thumbsup

their are other locations for a ps2 to go though:

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Jul 23, 5:10am - #229895 
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Jul 23, 7:04am - #229898 
if I were to do it I'd mount it behind the passenger seat like in pic 2 above...I have the newer balck interior so no one would really see it unless they knew it was there

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Jul 23, 7:23am - #229899 
All of those are good ideas but, how do you turn it on since the on/off switch is on the back of the console. confused


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Jul 23, 7:29am - #229900 
leave the switch on, and wire the power cord to your car...that way when you turn your car on its ready to go...I think that they have PS2 car install kits now too...so probably have to get one of those

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Jul 23, 7:31am - #229901 
I disagree with that. I personally don't think it is good to have it on all of the time.

To hook up the Ps2 you need a power inverter, which has a switch on it. You can either install the power inverter where you can reach, it and turn the switch on and off from there, or you can hook up a switch in between the power and inverter and the power source, and use that to turn the system on and off.

Understand?


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Jul 23, 8:37am - #229902 
ok, put an old ass system in your car... first of all thats just something that will take more time that it's worth, and second ur gunna have to trash ur glove box when the ps3 comes out shortly

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Jul 23, 9:11am - #229903 
Originally Posted by GTSHYPR
All of those are good ideas but, how do you turn it on since the on/off switch is on the back of the console. confused


It's a little thing called standby,its been there since they came out, leave the power switch on the back on. Then when your done playing,hold the reset button for like 2 seconds, it will turn off, no need to dick with switchs and crap. Its that simple

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Jul 23, 5:32pm - #229904 
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Jul 23, 8:38pm - #229905 
Originally Posted by celicatalbot
I disagree with that. I personally don't think it is good to have it on all of the time.

To hook up the Ps2 you need a power inverter, which has a switch on it. You can either install the power inverter where you can reach, it and turn the switch on and off from there, or you can hook up a switch in between the power and inverter and the power source, and use that to turn the system on and off.

Understand?


i woudln't have it running all the time eihter.

a lot of the time you relocate the switch (and the controller connections. the controllers connections are sometimes relocated to the center console (custom) and i think that is the best place for it. you can also relocate the power switch to an easier location (such as one of the empty switch locations on the left side of the dash below the steering wheel) thumbsup

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Jul 23, 8:39pm - #229906 
Originally Posted by sickcelica696
Originally Posted by GTSHYPR
All of those are good ideas but, how do you turn it on since the on/off switch is on the back of the console. confused


It's a little thing called standby,its been there since they came out, leave the power switch on the back on. Then when your done playing,hold the reset button for like 2 seconds, it will turn off, no need to dick with switchs and crap. Its that simple


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Jul 23, 9:52pm - #229907 
Originally Posted by sickcelica696
Originally Posted by sickcelica696
Originally Posted by GTSHYPR
All of those are good ideas but, how do you turn it on since the on/off switch is on the back of the console. confused


It's a little thing called standby,its been there since they came out, leave the power switch on the back on. Then when your done playing,hold the reset button for like 2 seconds, it will turn off, no need to dick with switchs and crap. Its that simple
yep thats what i always do even with the one in my house. Also PS3 i highly doubt will come out for awhile. I'd say probably not till next christmas and then it will take another 3-4 months just to get one cause they will be flying off the shelves like hot cakes.

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Jul 23, 11:09pm - #229908 
^^ and then isn't the price supposed to be like $300..just my opinion but i wouldn't buy something like that just to tear it apart piecing it into my car

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Jul 23, 11:12pm - #229909 
^^ couldn't have said it better. grin


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i wanted to get the vac gauge because it constantly moves. more of a race feel i think

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Jul 23, 11:13pm - #229910 
Originally Posted by Speed4TheNeed
^^ and then isn't the price supposed to be like $300..just my opinion but i wouldn't buy something like that just to tear it apart piecing it into my car
yea im sure it will be. PS2 was 300 when it first came out at christmas time with psycho parents duking it out to get the last one and gladly paying the 3 bills for their spoiled kid.

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Jul 23, 11:16pm - #229911 
^^ i get $100 for chistmas grin and i'm sure as hell not forking up my own $200 to buy it...lol i'll wait until the price drop (and by that time they'll have crazy games) thumbsup

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Jul 24, 9:39am - #229912 
Plus when the PS3 DOES come out, its probably not gunna be another year for the really GOOD games to come out. Sure, there will be a few good games. but its usually not until the second year of a consoles life span that it has a good library of games thumbsup

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Jul 24, 11:02am - #229913 
is that the stock center console or jdm? btw how much did that LCD setup cost

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for the 2nd post (oas)

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Sep 7, 1:21pm - #229915 
wehre did you get the carbon fiber gauge insert, all i could find was a bezel but not the actual outline of the gauges like you have

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Sep 7, 1:25pm - #229916 
My PlayStation4 installed nicely spineyes

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Sep 7, 1:32pm - #229917 
Originally Posted by isaac
My PlayStation4 installed nicely spineyes


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Thats...nice. :whatever:

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Sep 7, 1:37pm - #229918 
Originally Posted by isaac
My PlayStation4 installed nicely spineyes


eek OMG whats the graphics look like on that...they must be killer LOL rofl rofl


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Sep 7, 1:45pm - #229919 
Isaac: hehehehehehehehe...they look securely mounted

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Sep 7, 2:20pm - #229920 
Originally Posted by isaac
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Sep 7, 2:21pm - #229921 
Originally Posted by Mad_Game
is that the stock center console or jdm? btw how much did that LCD setup cost


its a custom work on the center consol and its not my car so i dont know the price

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