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Lambo Door Galloria (FIERO) VDC, scissor doors ect.. by madcurl
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Originally posted by kawana:


nice! So how much are those kits going for?


Has anyone tried any hinges from Street Dreams by Ross? I'm planning on buying from him when I do my concept, but since it's a concept, I want to go straight up with the doors, instead of the out-and-up that most of the kits are. I'm just wondering if anyone has any comments on his quality, customer service, etc...
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Has anyone tried any hinges from Street Dreams by Ross? I'm planning on buying from him when I do my concept, but since it's a concept, I want to go straight up with the doors, instead of the out-and-up that most of the kits are. I'm just wondering if anyone has any comments on his quality, customer service, etc...
Thanks!




they still come out first but very little. they look cool. IMO I like the swing out it gives you a bit more room to get in and out of the car.
one reason I went with the ones that Archie did was because they have been proven to hold up well on the Fiero and he has made them to be a direct bolt on set no welding or mods needed.
the kit from Archie was a group but and they cost each of us $1365.00 but that was a group buy they would cost more if they were not. but I think he might try to do another group buy since he has a jig that works well for them.
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my car got her wings this last weekend!


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they still come out first but very little. they look cool. IMO I like the swing out it gives you a bit more room to get in and out of the car.
one reason I went with the ones that Archie did was because they have been proven to hold up well on the Fiero and he has made them to be a direct bolt on set no welding or mods needed.
the kit from Archie was a group but and they cost each of us $1365.00 but that was a group buy they would cost more if they were not. but I think he might try to do another group buy since he has a jig that works well for them.


Thanks for the feedback. Here's my plan, and the reason I asked:



And I planned on using Ross's Kit Car hinges (style 3).
Closed:


And open:


That way the strut is completely hidden inside the structure. Hope I'm not hijacking the thread too badly....
Anybody have any ideas or suggestions? Thanks!

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Thanks for the feedback. Here's my plan, and the reason I asked:



And I planned on using Ross's Kit Car hinges (style 3).
Closed:


And open:


That way the strut is completely hidden inside the structure. Hope I'm not hijacking the thread too badly....
Anybody have any ideas or suggestions? Thanks!




I always like differant! and that would be!
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Hey Curly! Guess you have to take my pics out.... I'm back to regular hinges....


Have you removed the second set as well? Or is this an old note from the first set???

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Ok, Does anybody know the actual poundage on the shocks. Ebay has the from 650-900 lbs
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Ok, Does anybody know the actual poundage on the shocks. Ebay has the from 650-900 lbs


I am not sure what the lbs are but they are #720's if that helps I don't know if that is the lbs or not.

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Have you removed the second set as well? Or is this an old note from the first set???


What was the date on the post you're quoting?

We put the new hinges on the first week of Sept. 2008.

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What was the date on the post you're quoting?

We put the new hinges on the first week of Sept. 2008.

Archie


That's a good question...I thought I was reading a recent post, but I can't even find it now...I must have accidently been reading a page from before September 2008.

EDIT - My bad...that post was from July...I'm relieved that I mis-read that post. Would hate to see the Doc go back to regular hinges.

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Anyone have the part nr that spec. the size and so on? I thinkt the ones we see here are a date?

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Sweet. I will have mine ready soon if I could get hold of new "struts". (Spelling?)
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any more pics of this car?

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any more pics of this car?



The car made a few shows, but the pictures were once here (deleted now).
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Now both my fiero's have lambo doors. Just got to get this one done. Archie did a great job on the hinges. It beat buying the universal ones again.

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Here's my 3.4 Formula as it was Saturday at the small meet we had here in DC. I have the heavy-duty struts in the trunk waiting to go on, but I need a second set of hands to keep the doors up while the stuts go in. The hinges are welded on and solid.

$4900 O.B.R.O. gets the whole car!

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Now both my fiero's have lambo doors. Just got to get this one done. Archie did a great job on the hinges. It beat buying the universal ones again.



Looking awesome Godfather !

Looking forward to seeing it at Daytona !
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Nice job Godfather! the car is looking better all the time.
I wish I could say the same for mine.
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#022; Wings up.









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Same kit Madcurl

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madcurl stole my thunder ....lol thanx~Tom

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i'm interested in doing this swap on my car one day, and i've got a couple tricks up my sleeve. i need some questions answered about the doors though.

how heavy are the doors when on these hinges? (how much effort does it take to lift the door open)
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how far does the door need to swing open before going up?

i just bought a car alarm that has a couple additional features. i'm thinking about doing this swap, and making the alarm capable of opening my doors for me, kinda like door poppers, but they'll open all the way up on their own...maybe close too depending on how intricate i decide to attempt.
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At the back part of the swing arm the door is about 200 lbs yes the door opens out on its own it opens about 16 3/4 inch I think but you will need something to push the door up. To lift the door takes about 5-10 # depending on the weather to hotter the easier Thanks Jesse




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jez! i didnt realize they opened that far still...but they probably have to in order to clear the fender.
im thinkin maybe a power window motor (hybrid to make stronger) not only for their popularity and ease of finding them, as well as the arm gear assembly. i'm thinking about this without actually being able to touch and look with my own eyes how this will work out...
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Glad I could help good luck
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thank you. anyone have an idea of how close i can get the door to the car and still have it clear on it's way up??

lambo i just noticed you have the same shift light i do (is it a digital tach one??), i love mine but damn that sucker's bright at night...

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thank you. anyone have an idea of how close i can get the door to the car and still have it clear on it's way up??

lambo i just noticed you have the same shift light i do (is it a digital tach one??), i love mine but damn that sucker's bright at night...



Yes it is yes very bright but all my gauges light up bright so it offsets the brightness of the tack i will post a pic tonite all let up
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i'm thinking about cutting a few of the LEDs out of mine just to dim it out a little bit
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Here's all my gauges lit up not to bright




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A Good thread should never die.


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