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New nose Fi512 by Amida's FieroVation...any interest? by Amida
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Would that be DirtyHarry? Fit looks good, it just needs to be trimmed.
 
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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.


al


It'll look much better with paint.
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Would that be DirtyHarry? Fit looks good, it just needs to be trimmed.


yep, the one and only.
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Hi Rob. You did a tremendous job. I had a body shop friend do some minor work to make it really smooth & then prime it. He was really impressed with your work! What needs trimming?

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Yes, the hoods do look alike. I like the Pontiac emblem you put on the grill. I've been debating on that.

I cut an opening in the hood behind the radiator under the cowl to get more cooling air through the radiator and intercooler heat exchanger. It also helps to keep the front end from getting light and the headlight doors from flopping open when I get up over 180 mph!

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


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The holes still needed to be cut. A roto dremel cutter works great on fiberglass for detailed cuts. Makes alot of dust though.

 
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Hi Rob. You did a tremendous job. I had a body shop friend do some minor work to make it really smooth & then prime it. He was really impressed with your work! What needs trimming?



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Rob,, my grill was waiting for me when I got home this evening. I will hopefully be able to get some work done on it next weekend and post some pictures.

Thanks!

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I still think Amida should make 20mm wider front fenders. That would be awesome!
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hey there peoples, wondering if anyone has pictures of how they mounted this to the car, or a good discussion on it.

this is the issue, from what i can tell the only way this secures to the car is the wheel well and if you build a bracket on the bottom of it to re-enforce it, so that said how did YOU attach yours to your car, any help appreciated, thanks.
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Originally posted by exoticse:
Amida,

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







How things going on this project?

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Not sure Harry has missed the last few meetings (except last month - and i missed that one hehe). I will get you an update when we meet up next week.
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The car above looks great, I would love to see pics if any more work been done..

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Report this Post10-26-2013 04:09 PM Click Here to See the Profile for AmidaClick Here to Email AmidaSend a Private Message to AmidaEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Making another production run before it gets too cold. Anyone else need a Fi512 nose?

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I would love one, but have a bit more to go before buying a new bumper , I hope you will offer them up for sale again in the spring, I just do not have the extra cash right now.

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Report this Post10-27-2013 06:46 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Rare87GTClick Here to Email Rare87GTSend a Private Message to Rare87GTEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Does anyone have any pictures of the Amida's bumper on a Notchback? I've been contemplating putting it on my Formula, but just not 100% sure. I see most of the setups on Fastbacks.


Any pictures you guys can share if anyone has bought it for a Notchie, let me know and post up the pics.


Thanks,
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Maybe someone here knows the Texas owner of the white notchback with the V8. I didn't receive any pics from him.


 
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Does anyone have any pictures of the Amida's bumper on a Notchback? I've been contemplating putting it on my Formula, but just not 100% sure. I see most of the setups on Fastbacks.


Any pictures you guys can share if anyone has bought it for a Notchie, let me know and post up the pics.


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Maybe someone here knows the Texas owner of the white notchback with the V8. I didn't receive any pics from him.




Rob, his name is Robert if we are thinking of the same person but I don`t think he comes on here.
When I saw his car and the nose it was a long way from being done.
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Report this Post10-31-2013 08:26 AM Click Here to See the Profile for AmidaClick Here to Email AmidaSend a Private Message to AmidaEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Gelcoating of tool. 1 of run of 4. FYI, If you need a nose by next car show season please let me know soon.

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My turn! My turn! I finally get to post in this thread. Last week I discovered that my bumper had arrived at the greyhound station so I was out the door ASAP to go pick it up, needless to say I was not disappointed, this thing is beautiful! I was getting a little worried because the shipping was taking so long, come to find out that my package had arrived at the station a long time ago and for some reason they failed to contact me, and their tracking was never updated (but that might be because it was Gary Indiana, more so than Greyhound itself). I am not sure what the deal was there, but thankfully the lady there was very nice and waived the storage fee she was supposed to charge me since it had been there so long. The only way I found it had arrived was because I finally decided to call the 800 number to see what was going on. I am relieved that is in my possession now and I can rest easier.

Anyway, on with a few pictures. The bumper was very nicely boxed, and wrapped.










Now for a couple before pictures of the patient. As you can see the nose is not in very good shape. I bought the car with the current damage, and it actually looked a lot worse because the previous owner had a chin spoiler on there that had like 30 fasteners showing on the front as well as two random pieces of metal to hold it together. It looked so bad that I wanted to remove it before the test drive. It also has about 150 holes in the bottom where the crappy chin spoiler was mounted. The chin spoiler and light covers that are on there currently will live on, on my 86GT. You can see some of the previous owners work left there with his "molded in fog lights" (at least that's how he advertised it).







The surgery is scheduled for early spring, as soon as the snow is melted, because unfortunately I have to do all my work in the driveway. One thing that I do find slightly humorous, is that the fog lights that are currently mounted on the car have a big Ford logo on them, and the fog lights that the new nose calls for are Ford lights with a slightly nice installation of course haha.


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Someone there at Gary Greyhound dropped the ball, no one called me either. Good thing that you called them.

 
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I finally decided to call the 800 number to see what was going on. I am relieved that is in my possession now and I can rest easier.



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The weather was finally nice enough this past week that I could work on getting my new bumper mounted. It took me a while, mostly due to finding more of the previous owners handy-work when I went to remove the old bumper (all different sized fasteners, some going from the top some from the bottom and some missing)

This bumper fits REALLY well!! I will have to post some pictures when I get home. I still have to wire up the fog lights and make the brackets that go on the bottom of the bumper to the radiator support, but that shouldn't be a big deal. Luckily I saved the inner wheel wells from my 85 coupe parts car because they fit the new bumper without any modification.











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Looks good and I did the same as you when I did my bumper with installing mesh at the back surface.
I like the way that looks compared to the grille that sits flush with the front.
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Hey Amida, do you still have that bumper available and for how much?
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PM was sent.

 
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Hey Amida, do you still have that bumper available and for how much?


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Looks beautiful. Rob does some incredible work.
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Not to divert too much attention away from the new Fi512 nose, but does anyone have a copy of the installation instructions for the Fi355 nose that they could share with me by email, PM or even post here (or in another thread)?

I'm finally getting back from a LONG hiatus and I'm ready to finally get my Fi355 nose installed and I can't find my installation instruction sheets ANYWHERE!
YES..YES..I know it's not at all complicated. I really just need to know the dimensions to cut the steel bumper, and would like to keep a copy of the instructions in my files for "posterity"

Can anyone help?

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Originally posted by randye:

Not to divert too much attention away from the new Fi512 nose, but does anyone have a copy of the installation instructions for the Fi355 nose that they could share with me by email, PM or even post here (or in another thread)?

I'm finally getting back from a LONG hiatus and I'm ready to finally get my Fi355 nose installed and I can't find my installation instruction sheets ANYWHERE!
YES..YES..I know it's not at all complicated. I really just need to know the dimensions to cut the steel bumper, and would like to keep a copy of the instructions in my files for "posterity"

Can anyone help?



Holy Crap!!!! It is ALIVE!!!!!!!! WB Brother

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Holy Crap!!!! It is ALIVE!!!!!!!! WB Brother

Dr. W.



Yes indeed.

Not only alive, but actually IN the garage and moving things around!

Now stop standing there with your mouth hanging open and find me those instructions before I go back inside in the A/C where I belong !!
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Front bumper trimming tips on page 14 of the Gt Stretch concept thread:

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/F.../HTML/000091-14.html

 
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Not to divert too much attention away from the new Fi512 nose, but does anyone have a copy of the installation instructions for the Fi355 nose that they could share with me by email, PM or even post here (or in another thread)?

I'm finally getting back from a LONG hiatus and I'm ready to finally get my Fi355 nose installed and I can't find my installation instruction sheets ANYWHERE!
YES..YES..I know it's not at all complicated. I really just need to know the dimensions to cut the steel bumper, and would like to keep a copy of the instructions in my files for "posterity"

Can anyone help?


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Front bumper trimming tips on page 14 of the Gt Stretch concept thread:

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/F.../HTML/000091-14.html



Thank You VERY much Rob !

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Fi355 nose main section fresh out of the mold...ready for Maxima turn signal resizing.

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Fi355 nose finished with smoked turn signals.


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Here's a couple pictures of how my 512 nose looks after the vinyl wrap, unfortunately I still don't have the entire car done yet. [URL=http://s100.photobucket.com/us er/zdmcdonal/media/Mobile%20Uploads/20140429_172138_zps8y5eep68.jpg.html][/URL]http://s100.photobucket.com/user/zdmcdonal/media/Mobile%20Uploads/2014 0506_160819_zpsfrvgwuxr.jpg.html

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That's a nice blue color.
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What a beautiful fascia you've created Amida.. absolutely love it.

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I bookmarked this thread awhile ago and I got to say that this is definitely one of the best nose designs out there for the fiero. Amida you do some phenomenal work if you decide to do another run on these in the spring I am definitely interested in one.
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Amida you produced the exact design I’ve always wanted. Put me on your list when ready to make more because I am definitely interested in one.
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Here's a couple pictures of how my 512 nose looks after the vinyl wrap, unfortunately I still don't have the entire car done yet. [URL=http://s100.photobucket.com/us er/zdmcdonal/media/Mobile%20Uploads/20140429_172138_zps8y5eep68.jpg.html][/URL]http://s100.photobucket.com/user/zdmcdonal/media/Mobile%20Uploads/2014 0506_160819_zpsfrvgwuxr.jpg.html



Car looks great!!!! Is the vinyl rap less than painting? I can see that it could be a lot of work but less than painting.

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