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

Curly can u give a pricebreakdown on the various headlights ?
(just hardware, not installation)


Vette
Celica
NSX

I think the celica's give you the best bang for your buck.




New:
Celica: $420 (for two)
C6: $780-ish (per side)
NSX: $1k and some change (per side)
Lamborghini G $5k (both)

Used:

Celica: $60-100 (per side) Ebay prices vary and junk yard searches maybe less than $30 per side?
C6: $300-400 per side( check Corvette sites). More production thus greater chance of wrecks.
NSX: Non-available at junk yards or Ebay (so far and maybe never?) The car is out of production so most will be swoop-up at junk yards. If you find one side...good luck.

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00-04 Mitsubishi Eclipse headlights seem like a good match for the Fiero's lines to me.

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00-04 Mitsubishi Eclipse headlights seem like a good match for the Fiero's lines to me.


Due to the size of those headlight it would over power the look of the car and look like Mitsu.

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Due to Troboy NSX headlamp adventures, all of the major 3 listed on the first page have been performed. All-n-all I like all three headlamps. As for the Mit headlamps 98-99 I think it wouldn't flow with the stock front end unless major rework performed but in that case, you'd might as well sport the Finalie's front end, right? The Mit 2000-04 has too much of a drop-off and wouldn't work on a Fiero IMO. We'll need to hold-off until more production cars come out with nice headlamps and then raid the junk yards, hehe.

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I just received a set of these:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymot...0099924615&rd=1&rd=1

I haven't had a chance to do anything with them yet, but from the little time that I've had to look at them,
they should go right in with some minor adjustments and tweaking....

http://www.fierocountry.us

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Originally posted by larini74:

I just received a set of these:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymot...0099924615&rd=1&rd=1

I haven't had a chance to do anything with them yet, but from the little time that I've had to look at them,
they should go right in with some minor adjustments and tweaking....



Are you using a cover lens like FierouseGt is using? Otherwise, the headlamps by themselves may appear like those "Gator headlamps"?

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The way I want to install them is as far back towards the rear of the stock opening so they don't stick up so far,
then I have an idea of what I want, but I will have to do a drawing/sketch to show what I mean to do.
I will be taking pics of the install process and will post them here. As this is my first actual fabricating project,
it will be interesting to see how it turns out....
here's the pic :

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Originally posted by larini74:

The way I want to install them is as far back towards the rear of the stock opening so they don't stick up so far,
then I have an idea of what I want, but I will have to do a drawing/sketch to show what I mean to do.
I will be taking pics of the install process and will post them here. As this is my first actual fabricating project,
it will be interesting to see how it turns out....


Oh, I get it...you want something like what is seen on older Integra cars. A funneling look but in the bucket headlamp area. That may work.

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I was thinking of replacing my flushmount Camaro lights with BMW (hella) headlamps. You can get them used on eBay for around $150 a set, or buy them new from www.bmw-parts-direct.com for about $120 each (minus bulbs).



Not to be rude, but the "bling factor" of some other headlamps is just too much for me.

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I think you would have a problem due to the size of the bimmer HL and the Fiero nose not having enough of a dip...

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Nothing that the judicious application of fiberglass couldn't fix.

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Ture BlackTree. I've seen your Kung-Fu with fiberglass, your pretty good. You will need to cut down more into the bumper. I'm assuming your goal will be something like this?






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*ding-ding-ding-ding*

We have a winner!

Good call. As far as I can tell, the headlight buckets would need to be separate from the hood. So the hood would have the corners notched out just like that Ferrari.

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Perhaps one of the best headlamps for a Fiero.

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bump for FieroiousGT: how did the blackout lens look?

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I'll need to modify the list, hehe

 
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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. other(s) Pipe dreams? (insert 350Z headlamps here)

Blah, blah, blah, I know I covered this subject before with the Celica headlamps, but thats old news now since we know it can be done. And thanks to all who helped photo-shop'd it and gave comments regarding it (positve or negitive).




A new contender to the ranks. 350Z headlamps

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I was thinking of doing something similar to these. I've bought a second set of stock 88 buckets + mounts to cut up for modifications. found them on ebay $50 bucks. They are used but "very clean". No rust. I was surprised! I just don't know about the round little lights. I do like them, but.

Has anyone seen a lense thats the size say, a head unit radio, with a bulb for reg. and brights? With the bucket?

I would even try to fiberglass.


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That Ferrari looks ssswwweeeettt !!!!

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got my headlights mounted finally. Posted new pictures of them in my CARDOMAIN in my Sig

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NSX headlamps: All eyes on Troyboys.





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Those Lambo baby G's headlamps sure look purdy, hehe. Too bad they're nearly 2k a piece.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymot...=cross_promot_widget

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For those of you looking to use the RX 7 headlights here is the link to how I installed mine

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/071047.html


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I'll need to modify the list, hehe
A new contender to the ranks. 350Z headlamps





Hey Tony, any continued pics of the 350Z headlamps?

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Hey Tony, any continued pics of the 350Z headlamps?



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Monthly ... for #025.

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Has anybody thought about mounting the twin round head light buckets to make a flush mount set?

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For though that are visual like me. hehe

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Fresh ideas fron the NSX world. There is a good chance these would work due to the hood angle.

1.- ABS Dynamics
2.- Backyard Special
3.- GJ?
4.- Honda Factory Lemans NSX GT2
5.- Margahills
6.- Mugen
7.- Revolution v1
8.- Revolution v2
9.- Taitec
10.- Veilside
11.- GT-One
12.- NSX OEM Same ones ToryBoy is using.

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I don't know if you can get your hands on them yet, but Tesla Roadster headlights look fantastic. The lines would work well with a Fiero as well.
Shoot the company an email, you never know..

Personally I like flip up headlights (low profile even more). Mostly because it's a dying breed. most cars don't have them anymore. European legislation didn't help.

Maybe do something cool making headlights flip up differently. Or of you want flush, something similar to Jaguar XJ-220 headlights.

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I don't know if you can get your hands on them yet, but Tesla Roadster headlights look fantastic. The lines would work well with a Fiero as well.
Shoot the company an email, you never know..

Personally I like flip up headlights (low profile even more). Mostly because it's a dying breed. most cars don't have them anymore. European legislation didn't help.

Maybe do something cool making headlights flip up differently. Or of you want flush, something similar to Jaguar XJ-220 headlights.


Those Tesla Roadster HL might not work due to the curvature of the hood. What does the European legislation have to do with the American cars not having popup?! Look at the headlight technology over the years... lights have gotten smaller and brighter.

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Those Tesla Roadster HL might not work due to the curvature of the hood. What does the European legislation have to do with the American cars not having popup?! Look at the headlight technology over the years... lights have gotten smaller and brighter.



Most cars these days are sold in a global marketplace. It's cheaper that way. One can buy a Corvette in Europe as well.
Yes, they have, and once LED headlights hit the mass market they will even have really cool shapes.

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Don't agree since the US home market is the big one for Detroit.

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So how’s the weather hehe..... sure do enjoy all the head light ideas. Do we have any other head light ideas?

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I just thought of another headlight: Recent Mazda Rx-8. They look really good, and could probably be made to flow with the body lines well.

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I just thought of another headlight: Recent Mazda Rx-8. They look really good, and could probably be made to flow with the body lines well.


I thought of those as well; slender profile. My best choice would be the 300zx lights. Affordable & fit's in very well with the stock body lines. Looks factory.

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How about some Aston Martin headlights?

http://www.supercars.net/Pi...tonMartin_DB7GT2.jpg

Or off the Ford GT? The Murtaya kit car has an interesting set:

http://www.supercars.net/Pi...orsport_Murtaya1.jpg

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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. other(s) Pipe dreams?

Blah, blah, blah, I know I covered this subject before with the Celica headlamps, but thats old news now since we know it can be done. And thanks to all who helped photo-shop'd it and gave comments regarding it (positve or negitive).




The new contenders: #024 and #025

Now that's the ticket!






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The Saga continues:

#025 NSX replica:






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