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What headlights you would pick? by madcurl
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Originally posted by project34:
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.


There were the 1st gen Camaros, and I think the 70-era Charger, which had doors that flipped open to let the headlights be visible.

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Personally I like the stock design with just a better bulb system, I run the Diamond Cut reverse lite H4 conversion in my 88GT and love it. However here is another members choice in systems. The buckets only move up slightly over 1/2 way and he has the option of running 2 or 4 bulbs plus the lower lights are a triple system with 3 bulbs in each. (Turn Signal, Driving Light and Fog Light)







Other pics of the same car, (which has a 4.9 Turbo in it.)

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omg that nose is beautiful mate!

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I say phooey to headlight conversions to get away from popups. Anything that can be used to maim stray pedestrians who dare cross my path has gotta be a good thing!

Although really, I'm just a big fan of the sleek stealthy appearance popups give... and the cheerful frog appearance the Fiero has with the headlights on. If I was to do any headlight conversion, it'd be F1F buckets tops.

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Originally posted by Carcenomy: If I was to do any headlight conversion, it'd be F1F buckets tops.

I can agree with that. Although, I may be a little biased... LOL.

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if Capt fiero or black tree ever want to sell your noses...PM me =)

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if Capt fiero or black tree ever want to sell your noses...PM me =)


I don't think that's Capt's car. I believe it's Clynt's car.

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Yep that is Clynt's car. The nose is not done by a long shot, he is not even sure exactly what he wants the finished product to look like.

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Sharkman's driving lamps

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V8Archie's 300Gt headlamps

(isn't finished yet).

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Jeez, Aus & Fie Ro....THAT'S really nice!

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Originally posted by madcurl:

If you had a choice for headlights for your Fiero (s) which one would you pick? I'll start with some examples:

1. Stock or slightly modified?
2. NSX?
3. Celica,
4. Sunfire?
5. Corvette 2005
6. 3000GT



Time to up date the list.

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3000GT headlights & using a customized fiberglass front bumper.















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Archie the car is looking impressive!!!

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Originally posted by madcurl:
3000GT headlights & using a customized fiberglass front bumper.


What marker lights are on that car? Looks like the same style on the Mini Cooper.

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What marker lights are on that car? Looks like the same style on the Mini Cooper.


 
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Originally posted by Archie:


Yes, we used them on another car before Chuck's.

They are from the Mini Cooper.

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My old time favorite shown on a Corvette.



DISCLAIMER: NO CELICA BADGING WHERE SEEN ON THE CORVETTE.

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Curly,

That is pretty sweet !

Definatly celica, but also definatly tweeked !

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Curly,

That is pretty sweet !

Definatly celica, but also definatly tweeked !


Yeah, the crazy part is-they look better than stock. I'm still looking for the video on this car. I know you mentioned it was featured on Chop, Cut, Rebuild, but I can't find it. I like to know if the small individual lights are driving lights? They do look 100% better than stock Celica headlamps.

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Yeah, the crazy part is-they look better than stock. I'm still looking for the video on this car. I know you mentioned it was featured on Chop, Cut, Rebuild, but I can't find it. I like to know if the small individual lights are driving lights? They do look 100% better than stock Celica headlamps.



I am thinking they are purposely running it a season behind because the cars were to debut this year at SEMA. They keep promising more of the vettes each week, but so far have showed only small snippets. A bit frustrating.

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Hey guys not sure if you guys are aware of CinCity Designs, but these guys make custom lights; they have a huge selection to choose from! I'm planning on fitting the celica lights on my 87 fb.

Headlights I plan on getting: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xaa4-5p5rqM
Website: http://niccruz.com/cincity-designs/

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Originally posted by JSzpotek:

Hey guys not sure if you guys are aware of CinCity Designs, but these guys make custom lights; they have a huge selection to choose from! I'm planning on fitting the celica lights on my 87 fb.

Headlights I plan on getting: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xaa4-5p5rqM
Website: http://niccruz.com/cincity-designs/


I would advise staying away from anything to do with CinCity... they are well known by the 350Z community for scamming and taking peoples money with shitty to no product returned.

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Sharkman's driving lamps



NIce... errrr... headlights!

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Audi are not mounted, but you get the idea where I'm headed.



If you can imagine for a moment-the aluminum piece will be chromed thus blending the two parts and adding a bit of non-kit-car flow.



The desired goal is simple: USE YOUR BRAIN, IMAGINATION, & TWEAK IT BEFORE YOU BOLT IT.




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Originally posted by Blacktree:

I can agree with that. Although, I may be a little biased... LOL.



Who's headlight system is that? This is what I want to install.
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That is the Fiero1Fan 90mm Quad Hella set-up on Blacktree's car
check this thread
Top quality stuff

I make something different

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Dual 90mm hellas. They really outperform everything else and really make the car more agressive looking.

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Originally posted by timgray:

Dual 90mm hellas. They really outperform everything else and really make the car more agressive looking.


True, the lights do look aggressive, but the lamps suffer the same faith as Vertical doors. Their are only viewed in the up position (dusk or dawn). In the down position nobody knows you have them.

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I really like the small S-10 rectangulars. It has a better than factory, "factory look" with the reduced opening height. Anyone else done this one?

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This is all a matter of personal taste.
You have to ask yourself why you are modifying your lights.
Performance or styling?
Hidden headlights are a cornerstone of the stock Fiero look.
Flush mounted headlights are a modern thing.
If you are ready to cut on your car and install them,
You have tons more performance lighting options.

me, I like pop-ups


What makes the Hella 90mm low beam so superior to stock is it's projector optics.
I am using 60mm Hella modules.
The lens is actually larger than the 90mm.
The fundamental limitation of pop-ups is that are very few projectors that will fit.

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Originally posted by hairballrm:

me, I like pop-ups


What makes the Hella 90mm low beam so superior to stock is it's projector optics.
I am using 60mm Hella modules.
The lens is actually larger than the 90mm.
The fundamental limitation of pop-ups is that are very few projectors that will fit.



Nice. Are they DOT legal?

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Yes, the 60mm Hella projector modules are DOT 107 legal and are clearly marked.
You can see the lettering on the plastic in the above photo.

One cool thing about this fixture is that you can legally run a new type of bulb,
the Halogen Infrared (HIR).

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Oh c***! I meant o say DOT 108
Bump for grind

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Originally posted by SandstormGT:

These are still my favorite out of everything, if someone could make a hood/headlight setup like this, people would flock, it is very intimidating....BTW these are Fold-Down Headlights( ie: the flat grey piece in front of the headlamp pops up and completely covers it as if there is only a hood.


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