Its taken some time, but making some noticeable progress. The main delaying factor is that I'm essentially removing every part of the factory infotainment system. The touch-screen, the master control module, the tuner/amp, the factory speakers and wiring. Its all been replaced with aftermarket components. Doing so required disassembling the dash, doors, interior trim and removing the seats. I actually had to unbolt the doors from the car to get to the plug that connects the wiring harness to the doors so I could bypass the factory speaker wiring.
I like to tinker, so I'm having fun with the mod. But it is also a lot more work than I originally planned. If someone wants an Android head unit, unless you feel like taking your car apart, I would suggest ordering one of the plug-and-play units from AliEx. Like most modern cars, the electronics are not at all user friendly.
Started putting it all back together and ran the first full system test today. The new head unit looks great, coupled with the new amps it sounds awesome! The new gauge sitting to the right of the dash gauges displays pre and post intercooler air temps. It will be interesting to see just how much the FMIC affects the intake temps.
Once the inside is back together, the next step is to take the car to the tire shop and have the factory TPMS senders replaced with the ones that work with the head unit. The new TPMS units provide individual tire presure and temps as well.
Here is a shot from the on-line manual as I don't have the sensors installed yet. And yes, it also displays in ft pounds and farenheit.