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What i want to do is install a 2003 bmw m3's navigation system into my supra. Can it be done?
.... Why? :stickpoke
 

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yes, chances are it can be done... I don't know the specs of the unit so don't quote me, but probally....


I'm goig to have to go with eggy.... why!? Unless you can get it for a damned good price there's probally alot better systems avaliable
 

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Take it from me, my Dad owns a 2003 330ci with navi, and I'm pretty sure it's the same as the M3's navi... it's definitely not the best. Why go through all the trouble for a mediocre navigation system?
 

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well, whats the best navigation system then? I heard eclipse came out with a touch screen.

i want in dash navigation, so it looks flush with the car.
 

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eclipse makes a dual din, touch screen, bad-fucking-ass navi/dvd/amfm/xm/everything you could ever want monitor.... look it up on their site. its like 2 grand i think
 
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^ I agree, and its the same navi software that comes in the factory toyota/lexus units. Very easy to use, in fact, it has a toyota harness right on the back of it. This means that you can plug the factory supra harness right into it, which makes your install a little simpler.

All you would have to after that to have a fully functional unit is to run the GPS antenna, a wire for reverse, a wire for e-brake, and a wire to the speed sensor.

This is by far the easiest way to get OEM quality navi, OEM look, and easy install. Believe me when I say it looks mighty badass in a supra.

Justin
 
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