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|16th October 2019 13:09|
|sebna||Looking good my friend . Also the quality of photo is as always impressive.|
|14th October 2019 20:03|
I installed the LED footlight (four stripes with remote control) under driver and passenger footwell and center console
Wired to the fuse box
It has eight colours, on/off button, brightness control and some blinking modes
|5th October 2019 13:19|
sebna: not in this version... there may be more options in future releases
you can see all options in the picture
the button can be assigned two different functions - for press and long press
|5th October 2019 09:18|
Do you know if the windshield demister button can be remapped to steering wheel (and internal / external air circulation)?
This is one single most used button by me and it is also the furthest from a divining seat
Also do you know if the main screen (where speedo is) can be redesigned slightly? I would love to have travel time and avg. fuel consumption on one screen.
|2nd October 2019 12:53|
upgrade Honda Hack to PRO version
Boot with automatically click OK at startup
Open rear camera by a custom key added in Steering wheel controls
Perfect stratup custom animation
and more - Release Notes - Honda Hack
|29th September 2019 19:30|
Mike42dk: Slight difference after sound deading in the trunk. Still the most noise comes from the wheels
I did it for better acoustics
Small jubilee +
Sound deadening material to hood
TP Black Gold + STP Neoprene 10
|20th September 2019 16:52|
I really like your car , so fund of mine.
Did you hear any difference, in noise, after putting the sound dreading in the trunk?
Been thinking of doing more sound dreading, but I need to find the right material first.
Your photos do look so great, thanks for sharing. I gotta do some more of mine to.
|20th September 2019 15:14|
Sound deadening material in trunk
STP Black Gold
and 11" active spare tyre subwoofer ESX V1100A
|9th September 2019 20:46|
Yes, it was there
it took about an hour on each side to completely clean that dreadful black sticky stuff
|9th September 2019 19:17|
|M8TJT||Did you not have that white plastic 'drape' held on with that dreadful black sticky stuff lining your doors?|
|9th September 2019 18:00|
I don't notice any wax...
Where I could reach my hand, I cleaned and degreased.
The doors are heavier and make a "different" (better) sound when closing.
The sound quality has improved significantly.
|9th September 2019 15:41|
Nice job, but I cannot miss the chance to mention the lack of rust protection in the 10th generation. Looking at your pictures with the door panel dismantled, I can't see any vax or any other rust protection. Did you see any sign of vax at the bottom of the door?
I assume that the "empty can" sound, when closing the door is gone, offering a more quality impression.
|8th September 2019 18:15|
Sound deadening material in front doors
- Profidamp ALUBUTYL 18 V2
- Gladen Aero Wave
and remove chrome ring from tweeters
|7th September 2019 14:52|
I have a "premium" audio - HU + amp behind the kick panel by the passenger door
so far I have replaced the center and tweeters (and installed Gladen foam)
the next step will be replacement front door speakers and add damping material to front doors (the rear speakers and the subwoofer will remain the original)
in the future I want add external amp + subwoofer to the trunk
|7th September 2019 09:58|
Ahh ok That answers my question.
Have you replaced all speakers in the car? I wonder if ***** audio quality of OE system is due to speakers or HU.
|7th September 2019 09:39|
|xenon04||this foam can be easily removed|
|6th September 2019 22:43|
|sebna||What I always wondered about what happens if god forbid you are in the accident and you need to repair the doors? Do the glued foam means they have to replace the door or do they just rip it out and carry on with the repairs (if the door qualifies for a repair)?|
|6th September 2019 12:57|
I installed Gladen Aero Foam today:
"Rough foam absorption material with an adhesive back measuring 5mm in thickness. This product will absorb sound or/and to decouple vibration. It's like a gasket, e.g. behind your door panels, which can help to keep your musical experience free from any disturbances or noises.
Water resistant and hardly inflammable (but can absorb water)."
|5th September 2019 11:05|
|xenon04||today I mounted the center speaker to the dashboard|
|4th September 2019 16:38|
new door and center dash speakers
tweeters installed so far...
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