Well its pretty possible.I have the pioneer d3, it didnt sit right in it so what had to be done was on the black cover that goes on it, cut it and keep just the side peices that hold it in,pic 1. and there a flat black piece I put over it. pic 2 and made it look better when its in, I had to adjust how it sat in there .keykenny said:Well I have heard that it's near-impossible to upgrade the standard titan head unit to an aftermarket NAV system. Is this true? If not could someone be kind enough to help this newb out and point me in the direction of a possible tutorial?
Forgot to tell you welcome to TT. But no it didnt come with one. I had a initial nav system.portable.7" screen.mp3 player. It blew.As in it was crappy Also had the pioneer bt-9800 deck which was great but the powersupply and somethin else on my amp went bad and messed up my deck. Then I just got the d3. Love it besides for the huge diference in quality from my old deck to this one.But thats where the rockford 3 sixty comes in handy lol.keykenny said:Hey thanks for the pics, did that titan you have come with the crappy stock nav system?
Theres also a z2 from pioneer with a built-in harddrive, thats if your not looking towards also having something with good sounding quality then these arent them lol. When I switched it went way down so im gonna put in a 3sixty soon.keykenny said:Alright thanks, you think all nav systems are that easy or should I just stick with the d3 to be safe rather than sorry?
To be honest I have NO idea what are the good nav / dvd systems and which ones are bad so any feedback is greatly appreciated.