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MY NEW Headlight Mod What do you think by Fieroking
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I HAve been tryingto find a fairly in expensive mod to the headlight to get rid of the big ugly single light that Ponitac blessed us with. I finally found this that can be modded to work on the retractors that we have.


The unit is plastic and I cut it and a headlight bucket to make the the unit fit like this



And a comparision of one old and one new.

Now all I have to do is finish the other side. More pictures to follow. Let me know what you all think.

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Looks nice... what are the donor projectors from?

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Report this Post02-24-2006 12:25 AM Click Here to See the Profile for srat110Send a Private Message to srat110Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

looks good to me. How much is "expensive"? And where did you find these?

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Report this Post02-24-2006 12:32 AM Click Here to See the Profile for gt7Click Here to Email gt7Send a Private Message to gt7Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

I like your light mod. Please let us know what you did and what your parts are from.

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I found the projectors on Ebay they are from a mid 90's Mazda RX7 I paid 170.00 for the set that included wiring harness's and the units also has Angle Eye's on them. I will post more pictures as I get them finished.

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Report this Post02-24-2006 03:47 AM Click Here to See the Profile for xlowesClick Here to Email xlowesSend a Private Message to xlowesEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

How about some pix of how you cut the units and put them together

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Looks good... more pics of how you put it together please.

BTW, where did the turn signals come from? Is that a regular Fiero bumper that is modded to fit the turn signals in it?

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They're on EBay now. 140 plus shipping

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I wonder if the price is going to spike on these if the mod turns out as good as it looks on a Fiero.

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I love the way they look. Good job!

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Report this Post02-24-2006 08:00 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Brian27Click Here to Email Brian27Send a Private Message to Brian27Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Your headlight mod looks great. Please share more info on your conversion.

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Very Nice !!!! Very Inventive Also !!!!!! I`m in...........

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They're on EBay now. 140 plus shipping

Yeah, but they are screwing you on the shipping. $35 seems alittle excessive.

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tell us about wiring?

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I think that looks really good! You should definitely document a build up on those. Looks like you found a nice inexpensive alternative for the look a lot of people are going for! People would start calling it the "Fieroking" headlights just like people refer to a certain front lip as the skitime chin spoiler.

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I like it! Hmm, they look like they could fit Norm's front end with a little modification...

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Oh yeah.. looks great !! Was it hard to addapt to the stock frame ? Please more pics !!

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speaking of norm, he's the one who bought that set on ebay. Fieroking, would you be interested in building a set? I have wanted slim pop-ups since I got the car, and now with the turbo engine getting ready to run, I don't really have the time to make them. PM me with a price, let me know.

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I just bought my set. I hope to be installing them soon!

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Hello, Thats funny youre right I did buy a set that I would like to try to use as the Hella lights that I use now cost me $400.00 now these look close. thanks Norm

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Yeah, but they are screwing you on the shipping. $35 seems alittle excessive.

Hell, dell charges $90 for shipping that im sure if you could look it up costs ~20. Its just another way of making profit by ripping people who would trust you to be honest.

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Nah, it's the seller's way of trying to get a little less "ripped" by eBay. When eBay went up on the $ charged per auction, everybody raised thier shipping / "handling" fees and lowered the prices of thier auctions to match. eBay doesn't get a percentage of the shipping fee, which is why you can buy a cell phone battery for $.01 with $25 shipping. eBay gets a portion of the $.01, the seller keeps the $23.50 left over for the "handling" fee. Naturally there are some sellers that are trying to rip people on the shipping, but alot of it is because of eBay's fees. Almost forgot, nice mod! Looks like it came out well.

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pretty much everyone now days rips you on shipping. i was charged $180 for my body kit to be shipped here. They happened to ship it through the company my mom works for and i found they only paid $70 for it to be shipped!

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FieroKing,

How much of the new headllights did you have to trim as well as the headlight bucket? How did you secured the headlight to the buckets?

Thanks.

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NICE!! Share your process with us plus pics!

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Fieroking,

Show us more pics, that's a great mod and now I'm going to do it.

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yeah.... hows about a write up!

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Hey everyone I just got the other light mounted. I took pictures as I went, I will post pictures tomorrow (just finished watching the closing cermonies of the Olmypic's),

Joe Sokol

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85 SE 2.8 - beater coupe-
86 SE 3.4 -in progress 3800 II SC -
88 Formula GT 4.9 5 speed beast
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-And a 3.4 push rod for sale in the mall Go and look-

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Thanks a lot! That is going to be great.

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As promised here are more pictures of how I built my new projector headlights.

1. This is the headlight bucket taken apart. I only used the main mount piece. If anyone need any ofthe other parts let me know.


2. This is the main mount after I cut away all the unneeded plastic



3.Test fitting the mount to the headlight unit



4. Mounted together



5. Looking from the top of the unitwith it cut to fit the opening in the hood



6. View from the left side



More in the next post

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86 SE 3.4 -in progress 3800 II SC -
88 Formula GT 4.9 5 speed beast
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-And a 3.4 push rod for sale in the mall Go and look-

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To finsh this posting

7. View of the light unit from the Right



8. Both units mounted without the headlight covers on


9. All done (sort of)



To mount the first unit I spent 6 to 8 hours and 2 headlight buckets to get it to work. The second unit only took about 3 hours to get mounted. I still have to add more plastic and epoxy to stiffen the mounts ( for longevity) and pieces to the front to cover up opening caused by cutting away material (got to make them pretty). mount the wiring and hookup the Angle Eyes. And most importantly adjust the lights to point correctly.

Hope you all enjoyed this
I LOVE MY NEW LIGHTS

Joe Sokol

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85 SE 2.8 - beater coupe-
86 SE 3.4 -in progress 3800 II SC -
88 Formula GT 4.9 5 speed beast
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-And a 3.4 push rod for sale in the mall Go and look-

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Report this Post02-28-2006 05:57 AM Click Here to See the Profile for alex de jorgeClick Here to Email alex de jorgeSend a Private Message to alex de jorgeEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Joe,

They look great! How did you hook up the lights to the bracket? Did you have to drill any holes?

Thanks,

Alex

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I like alot, were did you get the lights, mounts(if any) and could you do a step by step installation part.?? Ohh and do both lights work?

again I like alot, very realized how ugly the stock lights were.....

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Thanks for your write up Fieroking.

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Well, I searched for a pair and found http://www.gizmosquad.com/products.asp?product_id=8041178113

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Have you thought about how you plan on keeping the covers from wearing through the light housings (if they rub like the factory ones do)?

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To answer your questions

I did not have to drill any holes in either part the mounting is all done with expoy.

I don't think that the light will ever wear through the plastic, the amount of movement is so small I really don't see it as a problem.

Joe Sokol

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85 SE 2.8 - beater coupe-
86 SE 3.4 -in progress 3800 II SC -
88 Formula GT 4.9 5 speed beast
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-And a 3.4 push rod for sale in the mall Go and look-

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JUST BEAUTIFUL ! I'm wondering how the "halo"s will work. Will you re-wire the headlights to come up with the parking lights and have both headlights in "halo" with the parking lights OR have only the "halo"ed high-beam when the low beams are on ?

I hated to buy these from the eBay place you used Bcause they hit me an extra $11.34 sales tax, but couldn't find them anywhere else. The $136 Buy It Now price turned into $185 Mighty Quick

Thanks for following through on this - many have made promises, but you're the ONLY one who did it and posted the details. EVERYONE GIVE THIS MAN A PLUS !

Edit: Yellowstone also posted details of his but I think the price to complete would have been a LOT higher. Thanx Yellowstone too

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All I can say is SWEET

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