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$340 for a 430n RBZ - Is that a good price

Also, on the link that the seller provided ( Owners - Quality - Media Center 430 (RBZ) ) it clearly shows the headunit having navigation. Am I missing something here?

Also, the part number is P05064685AF

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Re: $340 for a 430n RBZ - Is that a good price

RBZs don't have NAV. Check if there's an actual pic of item.
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Re: $340 for a 430n RBZ - Is that a good price

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RBZs don't have NAV. Check if there's an actual pic of item.
There is, but no NAV button. That's why I was like wtf when it showed pics from the durango manual with one. Btw, if it was for a durango. Other than the back light are there any differences? Also, what's the color of the background
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I think Scott sold one before and the color was blue instead of green. Check the mounting tabs too, must be on top. I bought an RBZ before for 250 if I remember correctly.
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Re: $340 for a 430n RBZ - Is that a good price

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I think Scott sold one before and the color was blue instead of green. Check the mounting tabs too, must be on top. I bought an RBZ before for 250 if I remember correctly.
Yea, they are on the top and bottom. I wonder how different the colors are? I. E. Will it loom stupid.
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It would probably drive me nuts especially on a long drive at night.
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It would probably drive me nuts especially on a long drive at night.
You couldn't be more right. I am on the cusp of retentive and ocd. No way that could work
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Maybe you'll find one better than this one.
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Maybe you'll find one better than this one.
Here's to that.
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Re: $340 for a 430n RBZ - Is that a good price

Just a note but a 7" Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 and a mounting stalk is less than $200 and can do much more including engine diagnostics & up to 16 GB of music on a micro SD card. You can also move between cars or carry it with you when not in car.

If looking at others, make sure they have GPS built in (not a-GPS or e-GPS).

I did not bother with a 3 or 4G since I have a Verizon MiFi hotspot or can tether to phone.

Does let you see exactly what effect a CAI is having on IAT.
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Just a note but a 7" Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 and a mounting stalk is less than $200 and can do much more including engine diagnostics & up to 16 GB of music on a micro SD card. You can also move between cars or carry it with you when not in car.

If looking at others, make sure they have GPS built in (not a-GPS or e-GPS).

I did not bother with a 3 or 4G since I have a Verizon MiFi hotspot or can tether to phone.

Does let you see exactly what effect a CAI is having on IAT.

That is a great point but i am trying to keep the dash as stock looking as possible. i do have the galaxy s3 with tether, but i do like the look of the big screen integrated into the dash.
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Re: $340 for a 430n RBZ - Is that a good price

In 1958 Pontiac had a radio called a "Sportable". In the dash it functioned normally. Press a catch and the radio slid out for the beach or whatever.

What I want in a car is an integrated docking station for a tablet I can remove. All the car needs to provide is antenna, power, amp, and speakers.

Am real close now but Windows tablets are all 10" and up. I want a 7". (Mopar 8.4 appears to be a 7" with soft buttons on top and bottom).
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