Specs are as follows
Intel Core 2 Duo T7200 @ 2.00GHz
4GB RAM @ 667MHz
NVIDIA Quadro FX 1500M 256MB (Working with Translucent Effects and Ripple )
5400RPM 2.5 Hitachi 250GB HDD
Atheros 9285 Mini PCIe Wireless Card
PBDS DVD+-RW DS-8W1P DVD/CD Burner
Here we go, first before installing Lion, you mist enter the BIOS and disable SPEEDSTEP as well as MULTICORE support to start Lion, After doing that SAVE/Exit the BIOS, No commands have to be entered to start Lion but I use the -v command just in case. It will take a bit of time to get to the OS X install screen so you have to be patient.
Assuming that you are at the OS X installer screen, Go into Disk Utility and then to the Partition Tab then from the Partition Layout select your partition. After selecting that, click on the Format Tab and select Mac OS Extended (Journaled) After doing so, click on Options and Then Select MBR and click on OK, then Apply.
Next, lol dont just click click click because unlike Snow Leopard, Lion lets you select the HDD and customize at the same time so be careful or you will install without checking the right installation files.
Heres what needs to be checked and keep in mind this is a 32 bit install
RTC 32 Bit
Voodoo HDA 2.7.3 (Update voodoo if you feel you want 2.7.4)
After selecting all those, continue with the install...
You will also Need VoodooTSCSync.kext to get the Multicore and Speedstep back working.
A lot of people have also asked me in person if I got Sleep and Ethernet as well as the Card Reader working and my replies to them are as follows.
Sleep works but it will freeze up the TrackPad when waking up as I have experienced, The ethernet BCM5752 will work with A kext that I will post as well as the TSCSync and Card reader Kext.
However, The card reader has its moments when it works, so for me, Its random and WILL freeze the Mac up at times so you would have to do a forced restart by holding down the Power button. Other than that, everything seems to be working fine with it, Updated to 10.7.5 with no problems and no reinstalls of kexts, Also Keep in mind that this install was did with A version of mac that was already at version 10.7.2 so any versions before that I am unsure of when it comes to lion. Happy Hackintoshing and hope it all works out for you guys.
One more thing, VoodooPState works but I am not sure if it keeps the processor speed at 998Mhz or if it just says that, Either way I do not use it because I want to get the full 2.00GHz out of my Processor. I will include it in the next upload or you can just browse around to find it.