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Making a hood for myself, whatcha think? by SOULCRUSHER
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Originally posted by SOULCRUSHER:

No fiberglass will be used on this hood. Fieros are made of SMC composite, not fiberglass as is commonly believed. SMC is like fiberglass, but stronger and lighter. So you need to use SMC specialized epoxies and fillers. Fiberglass won't bond well with the SMC.


Any recommended products and suppliers? I've been looking for something different to use for a while now...

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Originally posted by ChopTop:

Nice job! Does the Mustang scoops have stock grill inserts in them for a more finished look?


Yes, they do have a plastic grill insert that clips into the opening. HOWEVER, they are not functional. They were just for looks. So I shaved the openings, getting rid of the lip that the grill inserts clip to. I will be using a Black powdercoated grill mesh I found at www.customcargrills.com.

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Originally posted by Copper85GT:

Any idea on how to get those mustang scoops? Junk yard only? Aftermarket? Ford (shudder)?
Might have been already mentioned but I missed it. Great looking job.


The only way i know off is to find a wrecked Cobra with the hood still on it at a junk yard. Thats how I got mine, cut them out of a damaged Cobra Hood we had at work. Believe, me, if I come across another I will cut them out too!
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Any recommended products and suppliers? I've been looking for something different to use for a while now...




I will be using products from Lord FUSOR. They are OEM certified for adhsion of SMC panels. For "glueing everything together I will use their T21 epoxy. Then I will use UPOL's SMC body filler to smooth everything out. You should be able to get these from auto repair suppliers.
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You guys are going to make me, write a thread on my Fiero. Aren't you? O.K. I will. But not tonight. I am tired after painting.
So, here are the photos of the rear deck lid.




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Was that installed upside down?
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You guys are going to make me, write a thread on my Fiero. Aren't you? O.K. I will.


Yes please do!!
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Originally posted by SOULCRUSHER:


The only way i know off is to find a wrecked Cobra with the hood still on it at a junk yard. Thats how I got mine, cut them out of a damaged Cobra Hood we had at work. Believe, me, if I come across another I will cut them out too!


You should have made a couple molds....

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You should have made a couple molds....

Bob


If he doesn't want to I will!!
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With the hood vents, does water effect anything at all?
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Just a bump!
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Water should flow into the radiator area. Probably would drip onto the fans, no issues there.

Tommorow i will start "gluing" post pics tommoriw nite.
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really nice soulcrusher !
the vents or scoops really look like they were meant to go there..
cant wait for the painted pics

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Are the Cobra hoods glass??? Not particularly cheap on Ebay...Nice find from your shop.

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Cobra hoods are SMC, same stuff the Fiero hoods are made of.
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Pics of the "glueing". Didn't go quite as I had planned. I would not recommend using the FUSOR T21. Very hard to work with. very thick, and hard to get out of the gun. Then because it was so thick, I had to use vise grips to get the scoops to fit flush. Well, I got a ton of sanding ahead of me.....

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Pics of the "glueing". Didn't go quite as I had planned. I would not recommend using the FUSOR T21. Very hard to work with. very thick, and hard to get out of the gun. Then because it was so thick, I had to use vise grips to get the scoops to fit flush. Well, I got a ton of sanding ahead of me.....


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F-I-E-R-O, your in luck, I decided to go in a different direction with the hood, so its yours......................
NOT!!!!


Let that be a lesson to all y'all... when you tease F-I-E-R-O, bad things happen.

Seriously, sorry to hear about the way this product has worked out for you so far. I've been thinking about this and was glad when I first saw your post that I had learned about what was thought to be the premium product to use on these projects. Thanks for sharing your experience. I'll be watching to see how this turns out, maybe it won't be as bad as you think.

If I can remember some of the hexes I used last night to help the Redskins win over the Eagles, maybe I can come up with something that might help you out on my end. Though one of the hexes did involve having my daughter (an Eagles fan by birth) pull on my finger to simulate a leg injury hex to one of the Eagle players (she didn't realize that she was actually participating in this until after she did it), maybe I can figure something out that might help you----------- but not until you say something nice.
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bump! Anything new on this? I'm really wanting to see it painted and on the car!
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just finished the mud work yesterday, now its ready for primer. Hopefully will get it done soon.
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Can you prime over the glue stuff when it's dry and paint? Or is that simply to bond the back of two panels together.

I have a crack in my rocker panel I was thinking of cutting 1/8" along the crack and filling that with the glue stuff you guys use then painting over.

Nice scoops I wish I could do that sort of work.
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bump
God i really love them,i have to say thats the best front scoop that looks gr8 and i SSSOOOOOOOOOOOO want them.
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Pictures man!!! And did I mention a mold? And a bump

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Pictures man!!! And did I mention a mold? And a bump

Bob


Now there's an idea! I hate the idea of hunting down a Cobra hood ($$$) to make this hood vent, not so much afraid of the work. I still think this is the the best looking Fiero hood vent I've seen, hands down. I want one for myself, and by the sounds of it, most others who have seen it are really thinking about it too.

Has a mold been considered at all? Inquiring minds want to know...

Brett

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Crusher; that is cool I'm amazed how well they fit the Fiero hood, if you make a mold count me in for a part.

Cheers Beers n Gearz. Joe
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Nice job on the hood. Make sure to post pictures when everything is completly finished. I'd love to see what it comes out looking like.

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Not to be mean, but the reason I made this hood was to make my fiero unique. Besides, making a mold, producing the hoods and the time required would not be in my time constraints, nor would it make me any money.
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Originally posted by SOULCRUSHER:

Not to be mean, but the reason I made this hood was to make my fiero unique. Besides, making a mold, producing the hoods and the time required would not be in my time constraints, nor would it make me any money.


Thats cool, I just had to ask.

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Not to be mean...


Sounds mean to me!
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that looks like crap!
nah, looks pretty good!
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If you put those Cobra emblems on there, I'll have to ask you to add the fender port-holes you see on some cars, too! NOT!

That is going to come out nice. I 'll be watching this to see how they come out. You guys do great work!!
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Did you get a chance to get'er primed up??
I can't wait to see this hood all one color!!
Keep up the great work, and I agree with you on keeping it unique!!
Keep us posted.
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That being said, if I do come across another hood I will cut the scoops out and send them to a vender like Fiero Warehouse and have molds made so THEY can sell them. It was too late for this set, ( I already had them molded in) when the idea was thrown at me.

Things are kinda slow at work, maybe I can get my brother to prime it if they stay that way, fingers crossed.
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YEA RIGHT!!!!

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Monthly bump for pics!
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any pics of the hood laying on the car yet ?
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Odd question: Would a sunroof still fit in the front trunk?

Looks gorgeous btw.

My dream scoop in my head is the scoop out of a Ford GT (not GT 40) on a Fiero. I just remember it mentioned in Top Gear (Supercars in Paris episode) that the front trunk becomes useless because of it. Your scoop is a great compromise between form and function.
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