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Install my Amida G1 dash with me! by yellowstone
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Wouldn't it be better to ask Amida directly?



Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.

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For the moment he's still making the dashes. Working on mine now. can't wait to get it.

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Wow!

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I'm sure you're busy with your new gym, but you better have this installed by now!

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09-02-2013 10:35 PM Click Here to See the Profile for yellowstoneClick Here to visit yellowstone's HomePageSend a Private Message to yellowstoneEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Well, I've been very busy but today I've finally started!

Before pix:











Making some space:







First test fitting:





Pretty good for 1.5 hrs of work! But a lot of small work do to - don't know when I'll be able to continue... hopefully on Sunday!

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Will be an incredible transformation!

Nice work

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09-02-2013 11:03 PM Click Here to See the Profile for fierogtlt1Click Here to Email fierogtlt1Send a Private Message to fierogtlt1Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

The dash looks awesome
Now just to find some nice door panels that will compliment the dash like the Zimmer ones TXOPIE is making.

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You have to do all of your work in a parking garage? That sucks.

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Now here's my big question... do you need to make you're own mounting points for this dash or is it a direct bolt in, Also will it use the stock Hvac plumbing or do you have to make you're own?

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Now here's my big question... do you need to make you're own mounting points for this dash or is it a direct bolt in, Also will it use the stock Hvac plumbing or do you have to make you're own?


If you have been following Amidas thread on this you will find the answers to your questions. But I will answer your questions so you don't have to go digging.

Rob makes custom HVAC plumbing for the dash and it is provided with the dash.

The dash is made to be installed in the same mounting points as the factory dash.

Some work is required to trim guages and the defrost grill, add your own speakers and stereo, relocate your factory switches, etc. but for the most part it is a direct bolt in. Rob includes all the mounting hardware a set of complete instructions and a flash drive. Not sure what's on the flash drive but I'm guessing photos of your buildup and a copy of the detailed instructions.

Hope that helps.

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If you have been following Amidas thread on this you will find the answers to your questions. But I will answer your questions so you don't have to go digging.

Rob makes custom HVAC plumbing for the dash and it is provided with the dash.

The dash is made to be installed in the same mounting points as the factory dash.

Some work is required to trim guages and the defrost grill, add your own speakers and stereo, relocate your factory switches, etc. but for the most part it is a direct bolt in. Rob includes all the mounting hardware a set of complete instructions and a flash drive. Not sure what's on the flash drive but I'm guessing photos of your buildup and a copy of the detailed instructions.

Hope that helps.


It dose help a lot.. im going to watch this thread because I want to do something with the interior of this 308 mera body I picked up... im not sure if this would look to out of place time wise on it or not though

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Now here's my big question... do you need to make you're own mounting points for this dash or is it a direct bolt in, Also will it use the stock Hvac plumbing or do you have to make you're own?


The dash uses the stock mounting points and comes with all necessary hardware and detailed instructions.

Here are examples of what's on the memory stick that comes with the kit:





Regarding HVAC plumbing, see this pic that I posted in the thread before:

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09-03-2013 06:40 AM Click Here to See the Profile for yellowstoneClick Here to visit yellowstone's HomePageSend a Private Message to yellowstoneEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

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09-08-2013 06:48 PM Click Here to See the Profile for yellowstoneClick Here to visit yellowstone's HomePageSend a Private Message to yellowstoneEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Sunday is progress day! Got around to modify and install the instrument cluster. Took about 2 hrs working on my kitchen table...





Here's pix of the cut corners (literally, not figuratively).





Installed in the pod:





Some pix in the car (not installed yet, just sitting there):








Great craftsmanship, good instructions and excellent fit and finish = happy customer!

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09-09-2013 10:00 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

That looks really good Kolja.

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Kolja...Loving it!

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the whole car is beautiful.. interior is great addition

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the whole car is beautiful.. interior is great addition



I agree, gorgeous Fiero

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Made progress today!

Cut the skeleton as per instructions:





Installed aux gauges:









Installed hex mesh (same as in scoops):





Installed switch panel:





Installed HVAC panel and new console base:



Modified power mirror/window plate:



Not all bolted down yet but already pretty close to completion:











The upper dash screws (especially the inner ones) are a b*tch to get in and the instructions could be a bit clearer for the center console install (more pix would probably help, too) but overall, not a terribly difficult job. Fit is great!

I think I'll need another 2 hours to get everything done...

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Nice! Modern and classy

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Installed aux gauges:









Installed hex mesh (same as in scoops):




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Very nice.

Do you think that, with the correct face plate,a set of 3 aftermarket gauges can fit in that small space ?

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yup my mera is getting one

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OK, I've decided on the electronics.

1) Parrot Asteroid Smart Android Car Stereo Receiver with GPS



2) Pioneer TS-A1374R 5-1/4" speakers

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Very nice upgrade. I hope you are going to get a new steering wheel as well?

The bad news is that the pod dash is coming back (see 2014 Silverado). All Fiero will be in style soon.

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Very nice upgrade. I hope you are going to get a new steering wheel as well?

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Why? What he needs now is at least a 3800sc to match the looks. I have to say that is a nice looking dash that doesn't look out of place like others.

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Why? What he needs now is at least a 3800sc to match the looks.


I like my engine! Sounds great, looks good, goes plenty fast enough... what would be the point?

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Very nice upgrade. I hope you are going to get a new steering wheel as well?


No, the one I have was just upholstered by Dallas Steering Wheel and I like the look.

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i think the rebuilt stock wheel looks correct with the new dash .everything looks perfect .

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I personally like the Momo with my G1:


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Kolja,

What did DFW Steering wheel charge you to do the Wheel?

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Can you elaborate as to why you chose this head unit? I'm looking too and am interested in your input.


 
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OK, I've decided on the electronics.

1) Parrot Asteroid Smart Android Car Stereo Receiver with GPS



2) Pioneer TS-A1374R 5-1/4" speakers



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No, the one I have was just upholstered by Dallas Steering Wheel and I like the look.


I agree with you on the engine... the L44 stock motor is old but still sounds nice and makes enough power to motivate the Fiero under normal driving.

But on the steering wheel, that small hub dates the wheel to the 80s pre-airbag era. I too would prefer something like the momo, but that's just me. I have a 90s firebird steering wheel, but looking for an upgrade to a 2000s wheel. The problem is that sellers thing airbags are made out of gold or something.

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Can you elaborate as to why you chose this head unit? I'm looking too and am interested in your input.


I have a buddy at work who bought a Google Nexus 7" for $99 and he built it into the dash as his head unit. He's written apps to be able to control pandora and do all sorts of things but he's an IT professional. Android is the future of car stereo, but not sure if I want a closed source solution. I have a nexus 7" and it will probably end up in my dash eventually.

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I would have to 2nd that...I am going with a virtualized quad processor & Multi-Touch HD screen...one of my slices is android JB. I too wanted the flexibility...like the ability to control my power locks, windows, etc.

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Can you elaborate as to why you chose this head unit? I'm looking too and am interested in your input.



- Android-based
- Good reviews
- Sleek, simple design
- Drop-in without custom fabrication

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I like my engine! Sounds great, looks good, goes plenty fast enough... what would be the point?


If it has enough power for you then there is nothing to discuss. That's all that matters.

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Yellowstone,

You realize of course we all need to see this at Daytona in March.

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Very nice looking yellowstone.

If you have any questions about the Parrot Asteroid let me know as I have one in my Miata. First thing I would do it root it, and get google playstore installed. Very easy to do I then bought an ipad matte finish screen protector from amazon and cut it to fit. It cuts down on the reflection/glare.

As for apps, once you have the play store installed you can pretty much get anything from the market. I would get Asteroid Tweaker as it will resume playback from whatever your last source was. Also allows you to do other nice tweaks to the radio.

I have had the radio for about 2 months now and am pretty happy with it. Wish there was a physical button at times for volume, but I have widgets on the home screen that can control volume whenever needed. I also installed ADW launcher as its much smoother.

Any questions let me know.

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Wow your car is amazing and I have been watching this thread for a while now and it makes me wish I had the funds for this kind of dash swap in my 86

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First thing I would do it root it, and get google playstore installed. Very easy to do


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