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NotAFieroAnyLonger

stock fiero wheel base +12 inches

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can you draw in a small scoop on the bpiller as I plan on putting scoop there to feed cold air into the engine compartment

A scoop in the b-pillar is exactly what I was going to suggest. Otherwise you are going to get a vacuum under the glass.

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the marked area is where I want toput a scoop

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hmm I took a quick break from homework to put in some scoops:

I thought that removing the sail panel would give you more space, but this one isn't that great. I used the shape of your bottom scoop. Unfortunately it doesn't fit that area well...

This one I just removed the triangular part of the sail panel and made a recessed scoop. Looks ok I guess. I left the black "pillar" of the sail panel, otherwise it looks really weird without it.

I don't know how feasible any of these are, or if you even like them. Maybe later I can try and put one in that small area you pointed out. I'm just concerned that it will look very crowded with the sail panel and all.

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unfortunately the scoops can only be mounted where I have the area marked as
there is no access to the engine compartment the area where the sail panel is
tight to the roof piller and the area I marked is wide open to the engine

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Something like this perhaps.

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Definitely would have to be something like Aus posted... something thin so it doesn't look too busy or cluttered. The sail panel is one thing on the fiero that is starting to really get on my nerves.

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Something like this perhaps.

How about this but recessed to go in versus out. Kind of like the 90 prototype that breathes through the sail panel.

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now thats worth looking in to

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Originally posted by AusFiero:

Something like this perhaps.

this is just right.. I've watched this car come to shape from the wings but I like this design..!

how much room do you have for tire on the rears?

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Have room for a 335 35 18 in the rear with coil overs

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If you can't tell, I don't have Photoshop, but I try with what I've got.

What do you all think?

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You've got my attention, looks like it's starting to come together nicely.

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A scoop in the b-pillar is exactly what I was going to suggest. Otherwise you are going to get a vacuum under the glass.

the entire underside of the engine bay is open - plenty of air flow..
if there is a scoop on the sails it should be rearward facing to draw air out from under the glass..

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Hey Bubba, looking good! Might have to swing by one time and get a closer look. Been awhile since I was last there, follow bobert next time he goes over to help out. Any advancement on the supercharger for Boberts car? Like to see that one day.

bobert, have you got the car on the road yet? Almost time to hibernate the Fiero's now.

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any time I'm home 99% of the time

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any time I'm home 99% of the time

then how do you make the money to fund these projects

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He is independently wealthy ... edit: j/k

x-Thumper-x The car will be on the road come spring of 2005.

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doublec4

thats why I make almost all of the parts myself my small pension does
not go far and I use whatever used parts I can to save money

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Have room for a 335 35 18 in the rear with coil overs

oh you need to those..!!!!! oh yes you do !!!

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Well......it's comming together! Glad you ditched the wagon and are now exposing the N*

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the entire underside of the engine bay is open - plenty of air flow..
if there is a scoop on the sails it should be rearward facing to draw air out from under the glass..

That's what I was thinking. The Fino and Finale are set up with rear facing scoops to draw the hot air out of the engine bay.

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How about a roof scoop/vent? Just on the roof, you wouldn't want to cover the rear glass and block the view of that awesome motor!

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closed in the glass work today to seal up the new window opening here are some of the pics



as you can see the whole area is being closed in with glass including where the body panel was cut

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here are a few more

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Does the new hatch glass clear the rear air filters, or are you going to change them?

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going with the velocity stacks and bag filter

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dont like 666 make it 667 posts

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Damn you work fast... next summer you have to teach me to fiberglass!

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no problem if your willing to learn

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do the roof scoop idea... i doubt youll see much behind you any ways with those huge carbs in the way... plus it would KINDA be a ram air effect.

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I have one question i have been following this thred and have u even had it running yet ?? just want to know if i have missed something. It looks awsome man keep up the good work

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

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yes there is a sound clip on my web site for you to hear the link is on page 16

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Here is the sound clip. I hope to see this beast some day.

http://www.fortunecity.com/skyscraper/switch/67/HTMLobj-2432/nstar.wav

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Lookin' good! I should stop by and have a look aswell.

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I've been following this thread on and off for a long time, but I don't think I have commented yet.

Some very nice photochops and some really incredible fabrication.

You guys are artists. I stand in awe.

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Coming soon...
88 Formula, presently under the knife.

Read Nealz Nuze!

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will be putting the hinge on the roof I hope tomorrow .
with the work so far the window no3w looks like it is made for this car
Progress so far


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stevenrossi
Im lookin for one of these wings have you got one at the yard

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All I can say is.... WOW!

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Im lookin for one of these wings have you got one at the yard


Bubba we've got one a car like that out there...but no whale tale...its got the lid and struts and glass. I'll keep my eye out, unless you want one from like a shadow or whatever, those we probably have tonnes of.
You can call me at work @ (416) 286-8687 ext. 241

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