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VFiber Body Kits by XThirtySeven
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Ok so I saw the old thread on these kits but it was started almost 3 years ago. Since then has anything new popped up about these? Has anyone ordered from them? I am planning on driving down to LA since its only 5 hours or so from me and I am going to check them out in person. Worst comes to worst I will go sight seeing and have fun in LA.

Old Thread
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/A...0314-1-084032-2.html

I plan on getting this front bumper and adding a diffuser on the bottom with supports. Then shaving the top sidemarker holes as well as possibly putting side markers in the side vent openings, kinda like the 2013 Prius (I work for Toyota so the idea came to me while looking at one of these pieces of tree hugger junk) Then some big PIAA style Fogs in a custom fiberglass surround to fill the bottom openings on the sides.

http://www.visionautodynami...product.php?pid=3586

This rear bumper is nice in my opinion, nice and smooth.

http://www.visionautodynami...product.php?pid=3595

And add these side skirts along with Fiero Fiber GT Scoop and Ground Effect Tapper moldings.

http://www.visionautodynami...product.php?pid=3584


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My understanding is that they do not fit at all. I don't mean that you have to do a little filling, shaping and sanding. They are physically the wrong size for the car. The bumper is to wide and has all of the wrong angles. You would have to cut out a section and join the remaining halves together to make it the right width. Then you would have to deal with the wrong angles and fit.
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Originally posted by IMSA GT:

My understanding is that they do not fit at all. I don't mean that you have to do a little filling, shaping and sanding. They are physically the wrong size for the car. The bumper is to wide and has all of the wrong angles. You would have to cut out a section and join the remaining halves together to make it the right width. Then you would have to deal with the wrong angles and fit.

Its rare that you get a mass produced body kit that fits 100%, I have personally used a vision autodynamics kit on my old Honda accord (don't ask) and It was a tank. the kit held up very well despite a 16 year old beating the snot out of it,.. If I had a stock fiero to play with id try one of there kits out
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Wow that's awesome. /sarcastic tone

They do offer a guarantee that it will fit. Maybe I will try their sponsorship option so the cost isn't as much if i do throw $500 away.

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Another thing I don't think anyone saw, look at the fenders. I've never seen them

http://www.visionautodynami...product.php?pid=3598
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Wow that's awesome. /sarcastic tone

They do offer a guarantee that it will fit. Maybe I will try their sponsorship option so the cost isn't as much if i do throw $500 away.



Don't do those sponsorships. They suck lots of regulations regarding them and if they wanted to be asses about it sometimes they can take your car if you font meet there regulations
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Don't do those sponsorships. They suck lots of regulations regarding them and if they wanted to be asses about it sometimes they can take your car if you font meet there regulations


Well when you put it that way I guess $500 is nothing. Nobody is taking my Fiero without a fistfull of cash or teeth.

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Ouch. Good luck.










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Originally posted by XThirtySeven:

Wow that's awesome. /sarcastic tone

They do offer a guarantee that it will fit. Maybe I will try their sponsorship option so the cost isn't as much if i do throw $500 away.



Wow. /sarcastic tone.
What an ass.
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Wow. /sarcastic tone.
What an ass.


Sorry if that came off as if I was talking about a member. I was referring to the quality of the parts as "awesome". Like when you hear great news with a stipulation. "This body kit is inexpensive and good looking but doesn't fit at all! Wow that's awesome /sarcastic tone."

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No skin off my nose either way but judging by those pics posted after i would run.
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Looks almost like a kit intended for an RX7 or something that they've cut and shut to a facelift bumper to create those kits. They could almost look alright if they weren't all over the place like that.
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If you want one contact Kevin, one of our club members.
You could probably get it for a good price.
I`m not sure which version it is but he could probably tell you all about it.

http://austin.craigslist.org/pts/4009595484.html
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Well I just set up an order (havent paid for it) with http://www.visionautodynamics.com

They will sell me the kit for $412 if I pick it up. I think I'm going to take a gamble on it and let you guys know how it goes.
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Originally posted by XThirtySeven:

Well I just set up an order (havent paid for it) with http://www.visionautodynamics.com

They will sell me the kit for $412 if I pick it up. I think I'm going to take a gamble on it and let you guys know how it goes.


Take lots of pics, please. We regularly get people asking about them, and the general consensus is "don't go there"...but so far Exoticse is the only one that seems to have seen one in person and shown pics. I tend to trust his opinion, but from the pics it looks like they could be pulled into place to actually fit even though the lines don't look like they work well. The problem I see is that these are not fiberglass...so modifying them to fit better may not be possible.
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Just to clarify a little more, Madcurl (Curly), who is no longer on here or he would chime in, has gone to their shop and witnessed the parts first hand. He wouldn't even buy from them and he was standing right in their shop. Now we all know about Curly and how he is a perfectionist with his cars so he knows the difference between good and bad quality.

If you get the kit and it is the shits, I can stop by Sacramento and see what needs to be done to make it fit and give you some ideas and help.
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Originally posted by IMSA GT:

Just to clarify a little more, Madcurl (Curly), who is no longer on here or he would chime in, has gone to their shop and witnessed the parts first hand. He wouldn't even buy from them and he was standing right in their shop. Now we all know about Curly and how he is a perfectionist with his cars so he knows the difference between good and bad quality.

If you get the kit and it is the shits, I can stop by Sacramento and see what needs to be done to make it fit and give you some ideas and help.


The pictures i posted are actually FROM madcurl so you are correct. The kit in question was purchased by West Coast Fieros. Curly says they are pretty bad. He said in his own words it would take a looooooooooooot of work to just make them decent.

More pics for your viewing dis-pleasure.








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OH! nobody likes to look at a saggy butt... That is definatly not the booty you want in your driveway
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This thread has some more pics of the "Viper" style front piece they sell. http://www.fiero.nl/forum/F...HTML/075773.html#p15

You might take a look at it also to see quality/fit.
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off topic and someone can PM it to me if they like but what happened to madcurl?
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Originally posted by XThirtySeven:

Well I just set up an order (havent paid for it) with http://www.visionautodynamics.com

They will sell me the kit for $412 if I pick it up. I think I'm going to take a gamble on it and let you guys know how it goes.


Dude... That website look as if it hasn't ben updated in a while... Their latest news ends on may 2012, if I remember what I just saw.. Definitely Look into this company before you send money... Plus the workmanship of those bumpers.. I would be on madcurl side for this one..

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Dude... That website look as if it hasn't ben updated in a while... Their latest news ends on may 2012, if I remember what I just saw.. Definitely Look into this company before you send money


They are legit. but its like I said before. I ordered from them a good 9 years ago

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Dude... That website look as if it hasn't ben updated in a while... Their latest news ends on may 2012, if I remember what I just saw.. Definitely Look into this company before you send money... Plus the workmanship of those bumpers.. I would be on madcurl side for this one..



Talked to them on the phone today. They don't have the pieces I want, I can wait 3 months for the correct front bumper or for $411 I can pick up the full "355" kit

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Talked with Madcurl about this company again and he says he warned West Coast Fieros about the product, but they too were too enticed by the price and ordered anyway.

I am told Chris West was pissed by the product he recieved. Curly says it would take another $700 bucks just to fix what was wrong. OH and BTW he says the parts don't bend so forget about just trying to pull them back or into some sort of shape.

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OH and BTW he says the parts don't bend so forget about just trying to pull them back or into some sort of shape.


Good enough....forget I opened my mouth earlier. Knowing that, I don't know how anyone would attempt these after seeing those pics.
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Ouch. Good luck.




As per the website :

Note: 84 SE/INDY and 85 SE V4 models must use GT brackets to install properly.

I don't know enough about doing this type of body work, but I will weight in that the car pictured is not a GT, & possibly does not have the correct brackets.

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Geez, almost looks like the molds were made from parts that were off the car.
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Take one of your auto body experts with you
Don't let excitement over shadow judgment
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Oh well if you do indeed order, it may at least serve as the final death nail for this product.

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Alright well I got my kit. The sideskirts fit great although I do not like the dimple they have in them so I will re work them to be straight. Front bumper doesnt line up super straight with the fenders but with a little glass and sand it will work. Havent had time to fit the rear bumper yet.


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So one of these bumpers was given to me. I like this front. Only problem is that it is poorly made, fiberglass seems thin, and will need body work to fit it. I think this bumpers mold was made with the stock bumper on the ground. The sides stick out. Sucks.


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Talked with Madcurl about this company again and he says he warned West Coast Fieros about the product, but they too were too enticed by the price and ordered anyway.

I am told Chris West was pissed by the product he recieved. Curly says it would take another $700 bucks just to fix what was wrong. OH and BTW he says the parts don't bend so forget about just trying to pull them back or into some sort of shape.




Boo hoo!
Chris sells **** as we'll, maby they should partner up.
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Boo hoo!
Chris sells **** as we'll, maby they should partner up.


lmao !

The styling on these pieces are very cool, but the fit,..total crap. If you went thru all the trouble to make, market, and sell these pieces why not at least do it right ?!!
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I have one that I will be putting on my car. Got it 2nd hand. It is very rough and is going to need work and support on the inside. But I like the looks, so it should be worth it.
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Last summer I attempted to put a Viber front bumper on . It was manhandled into submission. Took 3 of my buddies, two of them are in the body repair biz . After stepping back we all looked at it and burst out laughing! It was going to take a whole lot of work to make it right , which in the end, wasn't worth the time nor money. I took it back and they where more then accommodating in returning my money. Seeing that I only live 30 minutes away from there place I paid no shipping and chalked it up to a .....what if? Please do not WASTE the money in shipping and AGGRAVATION in making this crap work. Buy one of the Amida's or one of the other members/vendors offering their's on PFF.

Side note; Viber contacted me and offered to put the front bumper on for free. With a suggestion that I would come on here and write a positive result.... That's not going to happen! Old school ethics. Wish more people had it!
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