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    Re: Toyota 4Runner SQ rebuild - Audible Physics, Zapco, OnCore

    It makes noise...finally!!!

    It has pillars.


    Director is lit up and working. A little tip for those considering custom installs on the Director, absolutely nothing can be touching the screen. If anything touches, the touch screen doesn't work.



    I get to straighten out this mess in a few days.



    Connections all soldered.



    With heatshrink.




    Rear is back together.


    I've got a budget of $1,500. That should be more than enough.

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    Re: Toyota 4Runner SQ rebuild - Audible Physics, Zapco, OnCore

    Check out that sexy USB port in the dash, right over the Director. It's sole purpose in life is to hook the laptop up for tuning.





    Replaces this aux port.

    I've got a budget of $1,500. That should be more than enough.

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    Re: Toyota 4Runner SQ rebuild - Audible Physics, Zapco, OnCore

    I like the look of that usb port.....where'd ya get it?

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    Re: Toyota 4Runner SQ rebuild - Audible Physics, Zapco, OnCore

    Quote Originally Posted by claydo View Post
    I like the look of that usb port.....where'd ya get it?
    A guy on eBay makes (prints) them for certain Toyota's.
    I've got a budget of $1,500. That should be more than enough.

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    Re: Toyota 4Runner SQ rebuild - Audible Physics, Zapco, OnCore

    ery long but good weekend.


    Thursday I left work early and headed towards Audio X in Florence, Alabama. The drive was a little over 8 hours with a good bit of heavy rain. I made it to the shop, hung out for a while, then Steve Cook started tuning. He found some problems with my system so we had to do a little work on it. We did take a break to go to dinner then back to the shop. I got to the hotel around 1:30 am (2:30 am my time). I got to sleep around 3:00 am their time.


    Friday, wife called me at 6:15 am. I managed to get just a little over three hours sleep. Around 10:00 someone from the shop came and picked me up and took me to the shop. Once Steve got there he went to work on my tune again. This time he had to fight the Helix for a couple of hours, thinks just weren't going right. He got things figured out and managed to get one heck of a good tune figured out. I ended up leaving the shop around 4:00 pm. I then had to drive six hours in some very nasty rain to Kingsport, Tennessee for a competition the following day. Thanks to the time difference I ended up getting to the hotel right around 11:00 pm.


    Saturday morning I got up around 6:00 am so that I could go meet some friends for breakfast. After that I headed to the show venue. Unfortunately there wasn't a great SQ turnout but I did get some very important points to help with qualifying for finals. After the show I drove about four hours home and then planted my ass on the couch, exhausted.


    Clif Notes - I did a lot of driving, about 1,100 miles. I got an amazing tune. I had a great time and got to hang out with some friends. I got some points towards finals. It was a good weekend.
    I've got a budget of $1,500. That should be more than enough.

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