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Any REAL interest in a widebody kit? by Archie
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Perfecting a Mad-Arch Fastback widebody w/19x 11" rollors.

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Perfecting a Mad-Arch Fastback widebody w/19x 11" rollors.


Ahem... 315 mm wide / 25.4 = 12.4" wide :-)
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Hey Chuck, are you going to dis-assemble the rims for black centers or leave as-is?
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Hey Chuck, are you going to dis-assemble the rims for black centers or leave as-is?


I like them just the way they are...
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ok this is my attempt but here is an idea of the wide body with the finale front end
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Are there any pics of a non-chop fastback with the widebody front and rear? I went back through to page 9 and saw one with just the rear on it I think. I really like how this came out, seems like the perfect start for someone wanting a widebody but wants to add some 'custom flair' to it. Price is right, too

Edit: having stock wheels would be a help, too, as it's hard to get an idea for just how wide it is when the wheels match in width (like an optical illusion trying to compare to a stock fiero)

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Originally posted by kwagner:

Are there any pics of a non-chop fastback with the widebody front and rear? I went back through to page 9 and saw one with just the rear on it I think. I really like how this came out, seems like the perfect start for someone wanting a widebody but wants to add some 'custom flair' to it. Price is right, too

Edit: having stock wheels would be a help, too, as it's hard to get an idea for just how wide it is when the wheels match in width (like an optical illusion trying to compare to a stock fiero)



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2) In the rear the lip above the tire at the centerline of the wheel is 5-3/8" wider than a stock GT which is 2-11/16" per side. As you may know HRE custom made the wheels for Troy & Curley's cars using measurements I provided. But yet they refuse to provide those guys with the exact offsets data that are on the wheels they bought. I have taken very close measurements off of those wheels & I will provide that info to those that want it. HOWEVER, it has to be provided under the understanding that I'm not responsible if that data is used to buy wheels that for some reason don't fit correctly.


Thanks

Archie


The primer white fastback is also featured, but I'm not sure if someone has bought it, but the Mad-Arch kit (in this case) comes with the car.

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Answer on pg 1.


D'oh! Of course I worked my way backwards and didn't get to page 1 Thanks!
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Hey Archie, where nearing March 6th.
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Hey Archie, where nearing March 6th.


What happens on the 6th.?
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What happens on the 6th.?


How soon we forget, hehe. Do I owe you dinner at Black Hawk diner?

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How soon we forget, hehe. Do I owe you dinner at Black Hawk diner?


You have a PM or you can just call me on the cell.

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Hey Archie,

I got my wide body kit this week. I haven't opened it yet I need some time to recover then I can start.

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Hey Archie,

I got my wide body kit this week. I haven't opened it yet I need some time to recover then I can start.

Paul


That's Good news. How big is the box or crate and weight? Please do take a pic prior to opening.

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Can't wait to see pics of an average person taking on this project. Archies pics are great, but make it look a little overwhelming for the little guy who has no real body experience.
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* Bump*

The complete kit with mounting hardware as needed & instructions is $1950.00 (plus shipping).

Individual parts are......
Rocker Panels = $750.00/pair
Rear Bumper = $550.00
Door Caps = $300.00/pair
Fender Caps = $550.00/pair

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Originally posted by War Hammer:

Hey Archie,

I got my wide body kit this week. I haven't opened it yet I need some time to recover then I can start.

Paul


hammer, got a chance to open the kit yet ?
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hammer, got a chance to open the kit yet ?



A birdie told me somebody else got a Mad-Arch wide body kit too.
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A birdie told me somebody else got a Mad-Arch wide body kit too.


Another birdie just flew in wanting a set.
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Hi All...

I am new to this forum and I have one work for it.... AWSOME.. keep up the great posts...

Archie...

I want a Wide Body Kit A.S.A.P.

Going onto a 86 SE Notchback... However, I live in Alberta Canada...

Any advice would be greatly appreciated...

I can be contacted through this forum as well as bitstream@shaw.ca

Thanks...
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Woo Hoo...

Just ordered my Wide Body kit today...

Thanks Archie...

Now there is so much other stuff I want to do.... Time to start on some interior mods as soon as I get a chance...

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Woo Hoo...

Just ordered my Wide Body kit today...

Thanks Archie...

Now there is so much other stuff I want to do.... Time to start on some interior mods as soon as I get a chance...

Ervin


Sounds good to me!

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DAMN.....I thought I'd be the first with a widebodied Fiero in Alberta........welcome to the forum!!
Oh well......I guess this just means I'll have to work a little faster.

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I believe so.

There is one thing I forgot to mention from our extended visit to Tire Rack. The wheels we ended up getting & the final tire size package for this car had to be built from the parts bin. In other words the correct inner & outer rings had to be selected out of inventory & as of now you can't order this combination online. The engineer we dealt with said that once the fitment has been proven out, they'll actually add another model to the "Fiero" online selection. You'll actually be able to order any OZ center section with the correct inner & outer plus tires just as if you're ordering for another model of the Fiero.

Very Cool.

Archie



Did the Tire Rack revise the site application for 19/20 or 18/20 combos on a Fiero?

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Got mine yesterday. I cant wait to install it..
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Yeah, I finally saw the Mad-Arch kit on a notch back... beautiful.

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Yeah, I finally saw the Mad-Arch kit on a notch back... beautiful.


I Want... I Want....
Oh wait.............
I Got... I Got.... :-)
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For those who have not seen Chuck's car or the widebody kit in general, let me tell you we are talking about things of beauty !



It was amazing watching people watch chuck's car as it rolled down the roadways. Jaws were dropping, heads were snapping, and people were simply drooling.

The car really has an exotic look to it,...... very, very impressive, a must see in person.

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For those who have not seen Chuck's car or the widebody kit in general, let me tell you we are talking about things of beauty !

It was amazing watching people watch chuck's car as it rolled down the roadways. Jaws were dropping, heads were snapping, and people were simply drooling.

The car really has an exotic look to it,...... very, very impressive, a must see in person.


Don't forget, Chuck's rollers where banging right down the chrome valve caps!
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Originally posted by CowsPatoot:

Can't wait to see pics of an average person taking on this project. Archies pics are great, but make it look a little overwhelming for the little guy who has no real body experience.


Here are some pic's of my work on my widebody. so far it is fairly easy to install. just to let you know Archie did A great job on the fitment.

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thanks, Archie I love the kit and I will keep you posted
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The designer and his creation !

Madcurl and the Mad-Arch widebody kit:



GM eat your heart out !

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Nice B-kit! I wonder if I can install it myself? Is it an easy kit to install? How is the durability of the kit guys?

Did I say it was nice! LOL
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I so want one. I would also like to know how hard is it to install? Either way once I finish my degree Archie will more then likely be meeting my fiero for some work.
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Hey whodeanie!
Nice install so far!!! I can't wait to see a widebody on a non-chopped GT with that f355 nose all primered up.
Keep up the great work!!

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