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So yeah here they are... The parts that I used are: Pioneer Avic-x920bt SCOSCHE NAA2bB SCOSCHE NN04B Pioneer CD-IU50V Pioneer ND-BC2 I also used the SCOSCHE trim kit but it

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Old 09-09-2010, 12:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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So yeah here they are...
The parts that I used are:

Pioneer Avic-x920bt
SCOSCHE NAA2bB
SCOSCHE NN04B
Pioneer CD-IU50V
Pioneer ND-BC2

I also used the SCOSCHE trim kit but it did not fit -.-;; FML!!!

Here are some pictures...


















This is just bit of advice for those who are going to install the pioneer avic-x920bt or any later model. Dont get the usb cable... theres no reason for you to use an ipod or an iphone... if it has a micro sd slot which i am assuming most models will have... theres no point for you to get the ipod cable... 8gb micro sd is less than $20... and hold **** tons of music...

why did my trim set not fit?!?!?!?!
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Nice job dude, congrats!!
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Nice job dude, congrats!!
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In what way did the trim kit not fit? Did it not fit around the head unit or was it too big to fit in the dash?
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In what way did the trim kit not fit? Did it not fit around the head unit or was it too big to fit in the dash?
i think the hu was little too big... i dun remember correctly... i will check 2morra morning... i still have the trim set...
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Just an off topic question

Does the Z come out standard with the option to switch off the passenger airbag there?
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Wow surised mine fit all in the center console.
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How do you like that back up camera? How does the image look during the day and then at night? I need to get a better one.

edit: Nevermind, looks like it only works with Pioneer hu's.
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good job jay!

The reason the scosche did not fit is probably because you did not trim out the slits in the back of the factory bezel.

i also removed the thin gasket around the factory bezel for a cleaner look. it's just adhesive holding it.
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Clean install!!! Looks good.
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just an off topic question

does the z come out standard with the option to switch off the passenger airbag there?
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How do you like that back up camera? How does the image look during the day and then at night? I need to get a better one.

edit: Nevermind, looks like it only works with Pioneer hu's.
well idk if it only works with pioneer hus but its amazing... even at night i was really surprised that even in night times it shows everything so clearly~~
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Do you have steering wheel controls?
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