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What headlights you would pick? by madcurl
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Originally posted by FieroWannaBe:


the 550 lights would be sick. but pricey.

the 360 lights do cost too much, and they would fit wierd. The fenders on the 360 have way too much curve in them.


Ooohhh baby! That's what I'm talking about. Thanks Fierowannabe for doing the Photoshoping.

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Hello all,

I've been researching the headlight change. I personally like to keep the Fiero's body look with min modifications but don't like the pop-ups (actually Yellow Stones are the nicest pop-up, but seems like I'll wait forever for his reply on what Hella model/part#). One of the lights I like are the '96 to '00 Fiat 16v & 20v. Which I have been able to find in the UK for about $340 + 17% tax each. The only problem with the UK dirving lights point to there side walk (kurb). I'm trying to locates these from some other country in Europa. I also like the '93 to '97 Mazda RX-7 DUAL HALO HEAD LIGHTs, but not the carbon fiber look.

Fiat 20v
http://www.syiok.com/images/7_1236TpqN2WJPmxhH.jpg
http://www.abruzzotuningclub.it/coup%E8.htm

RX-7
http://www.raceonusa.com/ProductImages/rx7_93/rx7_93_raceon_carbon_headlights_feed_thumb.jpg

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Originally posted by dmancheno:

Hello all,

I've been researching the headlight change. I personally like to keep the Fiero's body look with min modifications but don't like the pop-ups (actually Yellow Stones are the nicest pop-up, but seems like I'll wait forever for his reply on what Hella model/part#). One of the lights I like are the '96 to '00 Fiat 16v & 20v. Which I have been able to find in the UK for about $340 + 17% tax each. The only problem with the UK dirving lights point to there side walk (kurb). I'm trying to locates these from some other country in Europa. I also like the '93 to '97 Mazda RX-7 DUAL HALO HEAD LIGHTs, but not the carbon fiber look.

Fiat 20v
http://www.abruzzotuningclub.it/coup%E8.htm

Those are nice too and they fit the conture of the Fiero. Looks like they may be a bit pricey? Actually they look similar to the NSX headlamps.
http://www.abruzzotuningclub.it/Foto%206%20agosto%202003/05.jpg

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Personally I think they would be a better fit then the NSX headlights due to it wouldn't require to mod the bumper (assumption) and as you mention due to the Fiero contour. They do look similar. The NSX was my first choice but doing some research on an old Fiat Uno w/ Hormann tuning/body I ran into the Coupe 20v. They seem to be the perfect light for the Fiero in my opinion. Yes they are some what pricey in the UK (what isn't). I need to find a Fiat parts dealer in Italy and see what they are going for. This is one of the mods I've been researching besides using '04+ Hyundai Tiburon side view mirrors to replace the stock Fiero ones. But all this has to be done on paper and photo software to see end results.

The size of the Fiat 20v head lights are about...

<--- 13" --->
/\
|
| <- about 10" ->
13"
|
|
\/
<-- 8" -->


PS
I found the part number is anyone is interested (This is for the left hand driver)
RH headlight assembly cpl. part No. 096740 Euro 250.00
LH headlight assembly cpl. part No. 096741 Euro 250.00

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Bump for Norm..... Where's my pics?
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For DanOMite....the car was done by B&B Spyders in Clearwater, FL. the upper portion of the bumper has the grill and headlights from the early to mid '90s
Pontiac Grand Prix molded in.
http://www.b-bspyder.com/

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any news on the headlight mission? i hate my big ole squares.
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Originally posted by rmphoto:

any news on the headlight mission? i hate my big ole squares.


Normandy Invasion: Establishing a Beach head (with more pics to come)

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Normandy Invasion: Establishing a Beach head (with more pics to come)


^ that is looking really good. what car will they go on?

for sale:





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^ that is looking really good. what car will they go on?





On This burgandy car



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Hmm. This thread hasen't been whip'd on lately.

A talk with Norm;

Norm is about to start on the side vents and side marker lamps on the front Corvette flipper. He'll have additional pics with-in a week. Thanks to Fierowannabe and others this "mod" is coming along just fine IMO. As for the prodution date, Norm told me 2-months before he starts production. Norm will use the current Corvette flipper as a "mold" for production.

As for cutting into the side front bumper he told me, "yes." I'm guessing because of the size of the Corvette lamps being very deep and elongated?

Photoshop'd example:

the mock-up pic,

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Sorry, I didn't know you were waiting for anything...

http://www.rallylights.com/hella/90mm_modules.asp

http://www.hella.com/produktion/HellaPortal/WebSite/Internet_usa/ProductsServices/Performance_Lighting/Conversion_Headlamps/Modules_90mm/Modules_90mm.jsp
 
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Hello all,

I've been researching the headlight change. I personally like to keep the Fiero's body look with min modifications but don't like the pop-ups (actually Yellow Stones are the nicest pop-up, but seems like I'll wait forever for his reply on what Hella model/part#). One of the lights I like are the '96 to '00 Fiat 16v & 20v. Which I have been able to find in the UK for about $340 + 17% tax each. The only problem with the UK dirving lights point to there side walk (kurb). I'm trying to locates these from some other country in Europa. I also like the '93 to '97 Mazda RX-7 DUAL HALO HEAD LIGHTs, but not the carbon fiber look.

Fiat 20v
http://www.syiok.com/images/7_1236TpqN2WJPmxhH.jpg
http://www.abruzzotuningclub.it/coup%E8.htm

RX-7
http://www.raceonusa.com/ProductImages/rx7_93/rx7_93_raceon_carbon_headlights_feed _thumb.jpg


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Originally posted by madcurl:
Normandy Invasion: Establishing a Beach head (with more pics to come)



Ive been wondering about the camouflage will you paint the assemblies bodycolor or something contrasting (or CF ) ?

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Thanks YellowStone for the headlight info.

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We are going to bet you guys in the FIFA World Cup! ... I envy that your there where the action is.
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one down, one to go! (well its not actually done, the lense is actually just sitting on top... still lots of work to do, and i think i might move that projector inside outwards a little more...)

madcurl, wheres the update on your vette lights? when are you getting them on the car?

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I really like these.














i REALLY need to know how to do this!!!
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wow just read all that and all I have to say is wow. If we could get everyone on the forum together in a big enough garage with unlimited resources think of all the nifty stuff that would come to fruition. Maybe the next fiero meet sould be like a 'Musical Meet and MOD' Brinf your car and friends then make changes to either or both!
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madcurl, wheres the update on your vette lights? when are you getting them on the car?


No pics. Maybe next week? As-to "when"? All Norm needs to do is, mount the front flipper, cutting, and wiring...that's it. Before he mounts the front flipper, he's going to make a mold from the corvette headlamp buckets.
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FYI that car ( the one with the Grand Prix nose) is forsale.
I was talking with the owner on Thursday. He hasn't set a
price on it yet. I can post his contact info later if anyone is
interested in buying it.

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Also - he has it setup with Flame Throwers out the exhaust tips.....

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im not interested in buying it, but im interested uf you can get info on how he did it
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Also - he has it setup with Flame Throwers out the exhaust tips.....




I'd like to see that.
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I'll see if I can get Bill to let me know how he did it and post it here if he does.

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I had given this some thought before but I think that Fiero front is much less slanted...



This reminds me of the "gator eye" headlights that were available for the Fiero at some point...

 
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Personally I think they would be a better fit then the NSX headlights due to it wouldn't require to mod the bumper (assumption) and as you mention due to the Fiero contour. They do look similar. The NSX was my first choice but doing some research on an old Fiat Uno w/ Hormann tuning/body I ran into the Coupe 20v. They seem to be the perfect light for the Fiero in my opinion. Yes they are some what pricey in the UK (what isn't). I need to find a Fiat parts dealer in Italy and see what they are going for. This is one of the mods I've been researching besides using '04+ Hyundai Tiburon side view mirrors to replace the stock Fiero ones. But all this has to be done on paper and photo software to see end results.

The size of the Fiat 20v head lights are about...

<--- 13" --->
/\
|
| <- about 10" ->
13"
|
|
\/
<-- 8" -->


PS
I found the part number is anyone is interested (This is for the left hand driver)
RH headlight assembly cpl. part No. 096740 Euro 250.00
LH headlight assembly cpl. part No. 096741 Euro 250.00

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I had given this some thought before but I think that Fiero front is much less slanted...




woa! i think those would work nicely if you brought them into the front bumper a inch or two... they look real nice.

i just got both mine wired up and mounted tonight! the new shape really changes the look of the front end. now i need to work on getting the lenses mounted and glassin up some buckets for the hid xenon projectors. i will also add some small driving lights right beside (on the inside) of the projectors. they are BRIGHT! very pleased with them... heres a pic:

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A "Bump" for Tryoboy
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Just got off the phone with Norm (I bug him every week, hehe). He said he'll have a few side pics of the Corvette side markers. As for the little vent...he didn't say. Anyway, the 547's will be sent to Archie's for "beefie" front fender flarring 101. Man, 2-months left before the reunion.

The side markers shouldn't take-up too much area compared to Norm's side markers.

example of Norms:

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Could this set up be made street legal if I were to use projector head lights.
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I like these lights.
here you can't have too many

 
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Could this set up be made street legal if I were to use projector head lights.


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Could this set up be made street legal if I were to use projector head lights.


Hmm. Then they could pose as "fog lamps"? I wonder if there's a limit to having fog lamps on a car?

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Mini Cooper doesn't seem to think so...



Wait! Are those facing backwards? Who the heck wants to see where they've been while driving? Sounds dangerous to me...

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Here is a blueprint of the Fiat Coupe 16v & 20v. Not sure about the more or less slanted.



Fiero GT FB blue print.
This images is larger than 100K. Click to view.

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Here is anotherexample with the F355 Challenge headlights...





Evil 355 Challenge headlights

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Could this set up be made street legal if I were to use projector head lights.


They are too low to be street legal regardless of what light you use (here at least). Cant remember the exact height limit, but I checked before cutting my shape out, and I can tell you those wouldnt fly here...
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AS A FIAT DRIVER FROM 20 YEARS AGO
what kind of fiat is this
i have a fiat 128SL in the garage , but to have it on the road here it would cost me $1100 every year

 
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I had given this some thought before but I think that Fiero front is much less slanted...



This reminds me of the "gator eye" headlights that were available for the Fiero at some point...




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They are too low to be street legal regardless of what light you use (here at least). Cant remember the exact height limit, but I checked before cutting my shape out, and I can tell you those wouldnt fly here...


23" on center in canada is the legal limit ( unless you know some one that will get you inspected when you pull over )
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This is how mine look



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Nice Job whit your car Fieroking
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