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|05-25-2019 03:23 AM|
|Todd Cloutier|| |
Edwin247 - you, Sir, are a hero. I recently bought a 2004 Coupe and while the exhaust note provides enough entertainment for now, replacing that dreadful audio/phone/NAV system is on the list. Your experience here provides quite the comprehensive guide.
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|05-24-2019 03:05 PM|
|Edwin247||Bezel Files sent to everyone in my inbox. Sorry for the delay.|
|04-18-2019 04:11 PM|
|ngknick||thanks for this info, can anyone help or did you ever succeed with relocating a hazard switch? I'm trying to use the six-pin harness from the factory display or the flasher relay under the steering wheel. Can anyone help with wiring or pinouts?|
|01-09-2019 10:05 PM|
Could someone please send me the Radio Bezel CAD file. I am looking to replace the radio in my 06 couple. |
|11-02-2018 07:03 PM|
|jlobo941||Does anyone know if all Blaupunkt stereos plug right into the GS harness? Are there other models\types?|
|11-02-2018 03:40 PM|
|RicoFury||Do you mind sending me the bezel file. [email protected]|
|10-22-2018 02:12 AM|
|Edwin247||Finished Product. 3D Printed Sub Grill. I am sure I could have done something a bit cleaner - like source some metal screen material which was a thought as it would hide the layering of the 3D printing...but this is good enough for now.|
|10-17-2018 10:17 PM|
|Francopacks||Can you please send me both the Bezel and the Grill files? [email protected]|
|10-16-2018 06:56 PM|
My Focal subwoofer seems to hit a little harder than the stock subwoofer, so much so that it will hit the stock sub grill causing an annoying rattle. I figured I should fix the issue. Here is version 2 of my sub grill with 0.625" of clearance added. I may add a wire mesh or something if this doesn't print nicely. |
Anyone wants the files - I can share.
|06-30-2017 05:35 PM|
Looks fantastic |
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|06-14-2017 05:49 PM|
|06-12-2017 08:47 PM|
Yes to both questions... |
The Solidworks file is pretty hard to adjust (make changes) as I was learning as I made the file, but I would be happy to share.
To print a bezel and add the brass insets - I would say $100 just to cover material and my time.
|06-09-2017 02:36 AM|
|Sanmiam||Or would it still be possible to purchase a printed version from you :-)|
|06-08-2017 07:27 PM|
|jacek||Any chance for the solidworks file of the bezel?|
|06-08-2017 02:39 PM|
This definitely wasn't a small task...
1. I selected the smallest depth (quality) radio that I could find.
2. I designed in Solidworks a 3D model of the bezel - Had to learn how to work with 3D surfaces - Thank you Youtube.
3. I 3D printed the bezel and since I knew I couldn't match the color of the paint Mas used, I figured it would be best to Carbon Fiber Wrap the part.
4. Due to depth limitations of the console of the Mas, I had to modify everything to do with the outputs of the radio (see picture). I converted the input/output connectors to wired leads, so there would be no bulky connectors out the back of the radio. I also had to machine down the aluminum heatsink to get more clearance. I was using an external amp so I figured it wouldn't generate much heat.
Several more steps later.... it was completed.
The bezel I made was made to fit the Alpine radio exactly - I am not sure it will fit other Double Din radios, as I made the plastic match the exact edges and screw locations of the Alpine.
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