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New nose Fi512 by Amida's FieroVation...any interest? by Amida
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Body work was minimal, yet necessary because it is black. The dark colors show every little imperfection. The fit is absolutely great, and it looks awesome. I could have bought other noses for 1/3 the price, but Amida's work has no comparison. Simple the best.
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I too had the body shop work the bumper to get it as smooth as they could; Amida's work it the best I have seen but all fiberglass parts need to be worked to get the paint to lay down like glass. I will say it needed a lot less work than other items I have purchased in the past.

I hooked my fog/driving lights to the Parking lights so I could just use them without the headlights if I want too. The lighs on the side are turning lights and they work with the turn signals.

 
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Body work was minimal, yet necessary because it is black. The dark colors show every little imperfection. The fit is absolutely great, and it looks awesome. I could have bought other noses for 1/3 the price, but Amida's work has no comparison. Simple the best.


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Here is a picture of my new F512 nose installed. I ordered with all the holes pre-drilled, and it fitted perfectly. However, it needed much more body work to prep it for paint. After all the expenses (nose, shipping, all extras like drilling holes, cutting openings for the lights, turn signals, foglamps, wiring, body work, paint, emblem, etc, etc) I think the final cost is close to $2K.



WOW that is my favorite ! looks so good in black GREAT job !

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Body work was minimal, yet necessary because it is black. The dark colors show every little imperfection. The fit is absolutely great, and it looks awesome. I could have bought other noses for 1/3 the price, but Amida's work has no comparison. Simple the best.


Any more pics... What kind of wheels are on there?
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Rob, do you know if some of the aftermarket Nissan turn signals are a little different?
I got all of the holes cut out for my lights and mesh but in the middle of where the turn signals go I will have to cut a little deeper than your guide line was drawn for the curve to match the curve of the light housings.
No big deal, I was just wondering.
Can`t wait to get some paint on mine.
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Rob, do you know if some of the aftermarket Nissan turn signals are a little different?
I got all of the holes cut out for my lights and mesh but in the middle of where the turn signals go I will have to cut a little deeper than your guide line was drawn for the curve to match the curve of the light housings.
No big deal, I was just wondering.
Can`t wait to get some paint on mine.
Mike


The template that I use is traced from an aftermarket Maxima turn signal. maybe there is some variability between makes & brands, but they 'should' all be the same spec. as OEM. I wonder if you got the right model year.
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I got these Rob, but as I said it`s nothing that a little trimming won`t fix.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/95-...em35b4d37450&vxp=mtr
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I got these Rob, but as I said it`s nothing that a little trimming won`t fix.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/95-...em35b4d3745 0&vxp=mtr


The lights look corect. Maybe try adjusting the mountings. The Fiberglass should follow the curve of the lights with about 1/8" gap.
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I`m working on my clip today.
I got the holes cut out and I fiberglassed wire pieces to hold the grille mesh in.
I chose to use all mesh as opposed to the plastic grille that is available from Rob.
Cutting out these holes, Dremal with a diamond cut-off blade is your friend.
Took a while because my dremal would get a little hot, but it makes it easy to cut accurately.
Mike




I went for a little more strength on the front supports and fiberglassed metal bars into the front lip.

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I got my old facia off and trial fitted Rob`s 512 nose and man does this thing fit well.
It just fell into place like it belonged there.

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I got my old facia off and trial fitted Rob`s 512 nose and man does this thing fit well.
It just fell into place like it belonged there.



That would look great in red. Maybe you'll be finished before the guy with the white v8.

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Rob, I am done with all the fitting, I just have to finish my molding of the rocker flares I have and then everything is going to get painted.
I like how this nose has just the right amount of height on a lowered car like mine.
It will be good to have a bit more clearance after driving around with the chin spoiler I had.
Mike

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If she's been lowered in that picture, I can't imagine how high she must have been...

It's looking very nice, I'm envious!

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Thanks Nolan, I almost lost my drink that I had just sipped before reading your post.
Here it is off of jackstands.

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Well, I got my nose installed.
Thanks Rob, so much for the incredible work you do.
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Looks fantastic Mike

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Thanks Dr W
Please post pics of yours when you get it installed.
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Well, I got my nose installed.
Thanks Rob, so much for the incredible work you do.
Mike



That came out nicely... Looks like a factory job.
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Looks my random photoshop on page 4 from 2.5 years ago wasn't too far off.



Your cars look great with this bumper. My favorite "production" nose hands down.

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All four wheels back on the ground for the first time in 18 months!

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Well, I got my nose installed.
Thanks Rob, so much for the incredible work you do.
Mike



Nice!!! Looks great in red and right at home on the Fiero
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Looks good Bobjones97
Thanks doublec4
I`m taking mine back in next week to have the nose resprayed to match up the paint better.

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All four wheels back on the ground for the first time in 18 months!



Looks great! But your camera is not so hot.

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Hi all,

Need feedback

Did some searching and found these.....

http://www.amazon.com/gp/pr...5684181&s=automotive


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Hi all,

Need feedback

Did some searching and found these.....

http://www.amazon.com/gp/pr...5684181&s=automotive



Cool. Thanks.
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Amida,

In regards to the lights..... Ford Expedition are 03-06 and Nissan Maxima 95-99

Please correct me if I'm wrong.

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Designing the mountings for the lights. I will be standardizing on the 03-04 Ford Expedition foglights & 95-96 Nissan Maxima turn signals, same ones used on the Fi355, which have the right curve & most ideal mounting tabs for this application.






Lighting info from prior page.
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Originally posted by jackcastro:

Here is a picture of my new F512 nose installed.


Please post more pics of this nice black one.

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Question for those of you who have installed your new nose. What have to done for your driving light switch? I haven't found what I would consider an acceptable solution.

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I made mine work with the parking light switch so I can have them on with out the headlights if I want but they are on with the headlights but they are not super bright so it is ok.
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I ran a wire from the low beam wire to a switch inside and then to a relay.
I always run the driving lights with my low beams on and I rarely use the high beams because I set the driving lights far enough up to see fine but not to blind oncoming traffic.
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Both viable solutions, thanks for the feedback Unfortunately it is illegal to run driving lights when approaching oncoming traffic and I was ticketed years ago for failing to turn off my DL (State Trooper late at night being an A$$) I will have to run a switch.

Will

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Yea, here in Texas you can`t have more than 4 illuminated lights in the front so I`m covered.
Now I`m just waiting to see if I get pulled over for no front license plate because last year they had the law that stated you had to have a front plate but there was no penalty written in at the beginning of 2012.
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That is a sweet front clip! Are they for sale?
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Just PM Rob on this thread (Amida)
He will give you all of the specifics about ordering the nose.
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Hey amida, can you or someone else in this thread direct me to the thread on your wide body? I can't find it to save my life
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Hey amida, can you or someone else in this thread direct me to the thread on your wide body? I can't find it to save my life


It is in the Construction Zone Amida's Thread
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I know it's now been a couple of years...But I'm in for the 512 nose if it's still available?
We just bought an 88GT!
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Amida,

Harry down here in Orlando finally getting time to test fit his nose he got from you.





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very nice... and i love the hood! it kinda reminds me of mine a little.


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