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    Experienced In Dash GPS Navigation installer

    Thinking about picking up in dash nav unit for my 06 wrx. I'm willing to pay 50-100 for a experienced installer. Willing to travel to meet a person to install it. I Live in the Renton washington area. If you don't have any expertise this area but you know somebody who does please let me know.
    -07 STI Black
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    -Megan type 2 Stealth Catback
    -Indash nav unit (Soon)
    -Protuned By Bobby @ PRE
    277WHP & 302TQ

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    Are you trying to put in one of those double DIN dvd/nav things? to replace the six disk?
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    yah looking @ the Pioneer AVICD3 In-Dash Navigation/DVD Player
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    -Indash nav unit (Soon)
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    Just a friendly tip...the D3 runs nav off of disks, whereas the Z2/Z3 runs them off the hard drive. It seems minor until you're listening to a disk and need to load a route somewhere. Of course, the price difference may well be worth the inconveinence!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Havok_60 View Post
    yah looking @ the Pioneer AVICD3 In-Dash Navigation/DVD Player
    It's a super easy install. It would take 30 minutes tops.
    Save yourself a hundred bucks and the worry of someone else messing with your car.

    good deck to. My buddy just got one. loooks nice!
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    yah i realize it's not a hard drive based system but.. the $$$ difference isn't really worth it to me.. Plus, it has the ipod hook up so you can just run music off the ipod. Found a place that will do it for like 70 bucks. They come with high recommendations so i feel i can trust them.
    -07 STI Black
    -K&N Dropp In filter
    -Megan type 2 Stealth Catback
    -Indash nav unit (Soon)
    -Protuned By Bobby @ PRE
    277WHP & 302TQ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Havok_60 View Post
    yah i realize it's not a hard drive based system but.. the $$$ difference isn't really worth it to me.. Plus, it has the ipod hook up so you can just run music off the ipod. Found a place that will do it for like 70 bucks. They come with high recommendations so i feel i can trust them.
    If you're using iPod for most of your music, you're right, it won't even be an inconvenience to you!

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