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What headlights you would pick? by madcurl
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TroyBoy's NSX headlamps; bump



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Slim-pop HALO's like so:


Only without the fog lights

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Originally posted by Rallaster:






sorry to bump an old thread. does anyone sell a kit for headlights like this? or any complete kit, be it pop-ups or flushmount? i found one site, but it doesnt seem to be a very active site atm. i just want to get rid of my ugly stock pop-ups (i like pop-ups, but, the stocks are far too big for my taste)

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WIP: Dual 60mm Hella's per side.



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You're looking at a Fiero1Fan low profile headlamp bucket
go to thread:
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum4/HTML/049551.html
you"ll have to buy Hella 90mm modules.
The angel eye is new and very cool

R the newbie

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Originally posted by SandstormGT:

I think these are very cool...

If someone made these, people would come!


Does anyone have details on that hood / headlight setup?

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has anyone tried the C5R Corvette headlights in a Fiero yet? the non pop up ones!
if so I would love to see pic's
D.

Like these!

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Does anyone have details on that hood / headlight setup?


I tried to contact Ron (cool custom concepts or fancycar.com) before I started my conversion. Never did hear back from him. The hood is for a modified 355 body kit they used to sell (they may still sell them).

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Originally posted by FierociousGT:

I wonder if these LSL Mig-Lights headlight would work?



any thoughts on these? they're bike lights, would they be legal on a Fiero? i have a vision for yet another headlight design but i need particularly small lights unless i can get a single "small-ish" light with high and low beams in one unit.

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Originally posted by RCR:

WIP: Dual 60mm Hella's per side.



Bob



That is very nice, not a fan of the fascia ( it looks like it is smiling to me... ) would love fo any moe info on that as well...sorry for my many questions I'm new to fieros; just got out of the 80s 300zx scene.

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That is very nice, not a fan of the fascia ( it looks like it is smiling to me... ) would love fo any moe info on that as well...sorry for my many questions I'm new to fieros; just got out of the 80s 300zx scene.


That would be this thread: http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/076365.html

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thank you very much K

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Celica headlamps:

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They prob won't work, but do you guys think the solstice headlights could work??

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They prob won't work, but do you guys think the solstice headlights could work??

Anything can work. all depends on how deep your pockets go.

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Originally posted by madcurl:

Celica headlamps:


MMMMMMMMMMM!!!! Butterfly doors!!!!!! Has anyone tried this to a Fiero yet, 'cause if they have (and succeeded of course!), I would LOVE to do this to my project car.

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that car looks like its about to sneeze..



Ok, so its a really old post, but I just read it, and was literally Laughing my a$$ off! Hahahh!

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I saw a Mazda 6 today and thought the headlights might be cool in a Fiero:

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Originally posted by Rallaster:

Slim-pop HALO's like so:


Only without the fog lights


Damn, that's a sexy car. ;-)

Seriously, I agree - I removed the fog lights and put slim LEDs under there. Looks a ton better.

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MMMMMMMMMMM!!!! Butterfly doors!!!!!! Has anyone tried this to a Fiero yet, 'cause if they have (and succeeded of course!), I would LOVE to do this to my project car.



From what i have read that is a fiero with extensive custom work done on it.

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my future ones =)

Curly that pics looks like an rc car ;x

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They prob won't work, but do you guys think the solstice headlights could work??


It's actually been done. From serfius' thread, mad contender...

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forget the headlights... were did the fog lights come from?

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Anyone ever thought of using Saturn SL headlights?

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I like these headlights. I don't know why... :-)




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Bump for a great thread with great ideas

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It's actually been done. From serfius' thread, mad contender...

http://img32.imageshack.us/.../2899/dec2009068.jpg



WHOA! That's freaking HOT!

How did I miss that build thread?

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my future ones =)

Curly that pics looks like an rc car ;x


Any updates?

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Driving lamps:


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Does anyone know what cars have lights that flip instead of pop up?

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Originally posted by Philero:


MMMMMMMMMMM!!!! Butterfly doors!!!!!! Has anyone tried this to a Fiero yet, 'cause if they have (and succeeded of course!), I would LOVE to do this to my project car.



I am currently workin on it I have the hinges figured out so far and have the gas struts figured out but I am still workin on the latch and how I will transition it to the front of the door, if u look at all the 350 z's and this car in this thread they use a pretty weak system and gut their doors for weight reduction plus if you look at them in detail the hinge is the only thing holding the front of door in while its down and latches via the original striker I plan on using a system more like the tailgate latch system of a pickup truck to hold the front of the door into position, after the chop is done on my car I will then be starting working this out more also if you are going to try it I have also figired out the front of the door will have to be cut out 2 inches wide and then filled in with a 2 inch wide piece of flat stock 3/8 or 1/4 thick welded in to stiffen it up and to give the gas strut a solid place to push off on also the triangle piece in front of the window glass will be made of flat stock and have the hinge built into it, this will swing the door out up and away putting the hinge their. When I get around to doing it I will do a build thread.

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Originally posted by SandstormGT:

I think these are very cool...

If someone made these, people would come!


I really like this look, does anyone have any information on what headlights were used or anything?

Archie

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Originally posted by Philero:
MMMMMMMMMMM!!!! Butterfly doors!!!!!! Has anyone tried this to a Fiero yet, 'cause if they have (and succeeded of course!), I would LOVE to do this to my project car.


As pontiackid suggested, that is indeed a Fiero. It's a one-off built entirely for show though, afaik, and is located in Canada.
There's not really much info on it around.

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Originally posted by Archie:
I really like this look, does anyone have any information on what headlights were used or anything?


I remember seeing that pic in a thread on here a few years ago. Probably in archives, but I have no idea what it was called.

EDIT: Quick search in the forum and I found another thread, with a link to this: http://www.coolcustomcars.com/concept.html

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yes I do Archie. he told me he grabbed them off a grandprix or grand am. i'll send you the emails

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I like the Fiero Pop ups or any that are hidden. If they pop up or down as long as they are not seen big headlights just are not good looking at all on a car to me. They are nice on females.

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Originally posted by GBglide:
Does anyone know what cars have lights that flip instead of pop up?

Unlike those of stock 3rd-generation Corvettes (1968-1982) and all stock Fieros, which "pop up," I'd describe those of 4th-generation Corvettes (1984-1996), as headlights which "flip up" rather than pop up.

I imagine there are others, but those 4th-generation Corvette headlamps just happened to be the first to pop up flip up into my head.

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