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Pioneer NAV-SYS900DVD (updated)

here is a bad shot of the screen. i was playing F&F for ya all. ill post better pics tomorrow


ok daytime pics





The Nav unit is a single DIN and its mounted under the drivers seat...
 

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Whats the retail on one of those? :chuckles:
 

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The kit cost me about 1800 together...the screen itself is about 650 online and the nav unit is about 1200 online..you can find them together for about 1800..
 

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Anyone ever try having the storage box thing pop up and have a screen come out of it, that would look badass
 

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Re: Pioneer NAV-SYS900DVD (updated)

Smaay said:
here is a bad shot of the screen. i was playing F&F for ya all. ill post better pics tomorrow


ok daytime pics





The Nav unit is a single DIN and its mounted under the drivers seat...

Dang!
Did you pause that "smoke him" moment upto the morning?
 

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ha ha ha. no when i turn the key off, it shuts everything down. Then next time i turn on the car, it returns me to the exact spot i left. Pretty fancy.
 

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Suuuuures :D
 

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So how does the navigation work? Some kind of GPS antenna on the outside and a cd with map info in the nav unit??
 

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you cant see it, but there is a 1.5 in square GPS antenna on the dash right above the clock...the system comes with a DVD based Map and the 2 work together. there are alot of features..too many to tell. but a bonus is thats its voice command.. i can say a destination,and it plots multiple routes...
 
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