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Fiero Redux by chester
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Originally posted by madcurl:
Making room for the Redux MadArch widebody.

That should be enough room for now.

Finally an update. Glad to see you are finally going to bury it for good. You been hanging out too much with exoticse (Tony) & #4.
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Glad to see you are finally going to bury it for good.


Yeah, I need a anti-priest to perform the exorcism and who speaks with a slurred tongue. Do you know anybody? LowLux will do, hehe.
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Yeah, I need a anti-priest to perform the exorcism and who speaks with a slurred tongue. Do you know anybody? LowLux will do, hehe.


LowLux... LOL. I guess you saw his video? We took a vote to BAN him on CFF.
http://centralfloridafieros...ndex.php?topic=701.0

This is why inbreeding should be outlawed... Must be the corn fields.

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I picked up a set of HRE for $500 bucks. They are a 19/20 corvette bolt pattern. I've been communicating with Eric (owner of HMS) regarding hub modification to fit the Corvette bolt pattern. I have Ryan's set-up on #011 and it will the test mule using these wheels. The goal is to not use adapters, but Corvette with 13" rotors on all corners. I'm not 100% sure it'll work, but I can always bring them back. Okay, lets see some "pop."

I did a quick buff' n shine prior to that was bit tired looking, but like the saying goes, "that'll buff right out."
HRE ( I forgot the model #)




1.5" outer lip.


8" inner lip. It seems both outer and inner are okay (for me). It's made in the U.S.A. happy with that.


The outer lip has some minor road rash-- nothing that can't be buffed out.


The inner lip has some damage, but the seat is okay. I'm going to the tire shop to check for trueness.


Continued road rash, but the area affected is were it rubbed against the caliper.


The HRE looks pretty good.


The other two rims sustained damage to the other lip. I spoke to HRE prior to buying the rims and fixing what is needed and it's about $200- 300 buck per lip. The good news is, the off-sets are similar to the MadArch widebody kit-- only the bolt pattern is different.


I'm off to the tire shop to test the rims trueness.


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Great find curly !

That style is going to look really good on the redux.







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Originally posted by madcurl:

Making room for the Redux MadArch widebody.





That should be enough room for now.


That is going to be a really nice private work/storage area !

How soon before the Redux comes home ??

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Corvette/Fiero hubs arrived last Friday for the Redux wide body.Eric (new owner of HMS) came through like a champ. No delays or excuses--- strictly business.




Rear hub. I'll need to order a set of hub centric rings, but for now everything is going according to plan.


Front hub;

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Originally posted by madcurl:

Corvette/Fiero hubs arrived last Friday for the Redux wide body.Eric (new owner of HMS) came through like a champ. No delays or excuses--- strictly business.




Rear hub. I'll need to order a set of hub centric rings, but for now everything is going according to plan.


Front hub;



Nice job Erik! Curly I am glad to see you back at it how goes the new widebody?

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Hey curls,

When do you expect to have the rings, the wheels, and the hubs all mated up on the redux for a test fit ?
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Originally posted by exoticse:
Hey curls,

When do you expect to have the rings, the wheels, and the hubs all mated up on the redux for a test fit ?


I picked up a pair of centric rings from WCF yesterday and so-far, so-good. As for test fitting... hmm? I need to make time for #011 to see if all-is-good; then send the wheels out to HRE for additional tweaking and color. I'm still debating if I should roll with all black rims for the Redux. I still want the Batman flow & style. Once the MadArch notch back wide body arrives from Archie... that's when things start popping!



Now the hub is centered to the wheel.


(The rims are from a Corvette. That is why the need for centric rings. Otherwise I would've bought them to fit a Fiero's hub, but for $500 clams,.. you ain't get'n no lip from me).

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Originally posted by madcurl:

Corvette/Fiero hubs arrived last Friday for the Redux wide body.Eric (new owner of HMS) came through like a champ. No delays or excuses--- strictly business.




Rear hub. I'll need to order a set of hub centric rings, but for now everything is going according to plan.


Front hub;


are the hubs readily available or did you have them custom made from originals...i need a set to get rid of my adapters and the idea of the corvette brakes are nagging at me
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Originally posted by mid engine monsters:


are the hubs readily available or did you have them custom made from originals...i need a set to get rid of my adapters and the idea of the corvette brakes are nagging at me


The hubs are custom made by Eric (new owner of Helds Motor Sports). The last conversation I had with Eric, he mentioned that he made several during his last batch run. Apparently, several replica owners use the Corvette bolt pattern to fit there wider than normal kit. It's a better option than using hub adapters and/or using the arm extensions. The easiest way is to purchase wheels (corvette pattern) and then use Helds front and rear suspenion using Wilwood.

Here's the link; http://www.westshorefabricators.com/
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I stopped by the Redux;

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Any word on her hip replacement ?
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Originally posted by exoticse:


Any word on her hip replacement ?


Waiting on Archie. The shop has been busy cranking out LS3 trying to find some time. Eventually, the MadArch widebody will be made for the Redux. I'm wanting to switch to a notchback non choptop using the Celica and G35 tail lamps.

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Once again. Your making the rest of us fiero owners look bad j/k
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SAY WHAT? Madcurl in a non choptop.........
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SAY WHAT? Madcurl in a non choptop.........


After seeing Chuck's wide body--- I felt it wasn't needed. The notch back is bad to the bone w/o a chop.

Side note: Still haven't gotten around to switching the hubs on #011. Boy I'm busy!
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Curlyso does this mean if you have these custom hubs and rings you can fit the corvette brakes with no modifications ?
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Curly, so does this mean if you have these custom hubs and rings you can fit the corvette brakes with no modifications?



In this case--- I'm not using the Corvette brakes, but rather Helds/Lee/Eric suspension. This will allow for switching between both cars (just the rotors and hubs). I'm guessing (with modification) you could use the Corvette calipers and rotors, but that's R&D.

Edit: this method is only useful if you've purchase rims that aren't using the Fiero bolt pattern. In my case, the HREs were a "bargain" so I couldn't let that deal slip by and since the Redux needs a suspension... why not? Bonus option--- switching rims with #011

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Tolorences using Eric's custom made hubs. You see the hub centric rings-- that's what fits snug using the Corvette HREs. I don't plan on using the Corvette rotors, but wanted to see the fitment.


Corvette hub centric rings I purchased from WCF

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x-mas bonus or does that mean waiting on funds ??

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2010 bump; I stopped by to see the Redux. Oh well, back burner, hehe.



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A spring forward bump!


I dropped by to view the Redux. It's in need of a engine and much TLC.






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I've been exposing some old undeveloped film. Here are a few pics from early 2004 or so.

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I like those lights. How were they mounted in the car?
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I like those lights. How were they mounted in the car?


The Celica headlamps have a few mounting points and Trendzs welded two attaching points for the headlamps. Part of the metal work was removed so that the lamps could lay down into the area where the original bucket lights were.


The mounting





IMHO, the Celica headlamsp look better using the light cover (more Batman like)

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"Friends don't let their friends drive stock."

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Which metal work was removed? Also, when you did the fron bumper, was it just a modified fiero front or was it a blended fiero and ceilica bumper, so the lights would sit nice?

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Originally posted by iluvsd619:

Which metal work was removed? Also, when you did the front bumper, was it just a modified fiero front or was it a blended fiero and ceilica bumper, so the lights would sit nice?



Part of the main upper corner of the metal bumper (go back a few pages and you'll find a pic).The Redux uses the original front bumper only. I don't have any additional pics since the car is awaiting the MadArch notchback wide body kit.




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Ahh, ok. Can't wait to see it. I was doing a headlight swap on my car and didn't know what lights to pick from. I wanted Ferrari 430ish lights. First I was going to go with the C6 lights, then the RX7 flushmount lights, then I saw some black JDM Celica lights on ebay and then found your other car in the search with the word celica. I think those lights are close enough to ferrari lights for me. Then 200.00 bucks on ebay for those JDM lights was good enough for me. Thanks for making your cars one of a kind and sharing you dream with all of the community. I love the new widebody kit. They all look good. Please keep us posted when the car is done. Please post pictures. Thank for the information.
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Here's another Fiero using the Celica headlamps. The owner is here on PFF under the name "Creator."

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/A...100421-1-063781.html

For sale here:

http://www.kitcars.com/Clas...?classified_id=22150
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I can hear the wheels turning already !

SEMA 2010



Fiero Redux



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Curly did you decide what engine yet you plan to stuff in there ?
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Curly did you decide what engine yet you plan to stuff in there ?


Not many choices if you live in CA. Northstar or the 3800SC are the only options I would use and according to the laws here in CA-both engine types must be automatics.
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Not many choices if you live in CA. Northstar or the 3800SC are the only options I would use and according to the laws here in CA-both engine types must be automatics.


I thought the new GM LS EROD crate motor was CA certified?

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