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Report this Post06-17-2004 09:31 PM Click Here to See the Profile for ArchieClick Here to visit Archie's HomePageClick Here to Email ArchieSend a Private Message to ArchieEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

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One of my customers (who I did a V-8 swap for about 6 years ago) Has decided that He neded to have the TB over on the other side of the engine compartment. He only lives about a mile from the shop so it's real easy to get together on this.

We will be giving more info on this as soon as it can be made to work properly.

Pretty interesting so far.

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I strongly disagree with that statement. The 5.0L pushrod motor is a strong and reliable motor...one of the best motors ever designed and produced. What your friend did is in fact on the rare side...and there is a reason for that. There was no reason for him to do what he did accept to maybe be different or he doesn't like Ford very much for some reason.

actually there are quite a bit of mustangs and other fords (like 30's 40's street rods) with chevy engines. Hot Rod's top 50 fastest street cars had only a few mustangs and most were chevy powered. Weak link on the SBF is only 10 head bolts per side. Also hes a, basically anything american guy. He had a juiced foxbody GT with a 302 which ran 11's and he blew the engine on an since sold. Now that is a black on black 93 notch with a heavily built 383 and a either a 300 or 400 shot of nitrous (he hasnt decided on which to run yet). the cars a beast, mini-tubbed, full cage, tubular suspension, parachute, everything. He expects to hit low 9's high 8s if he uses the 400 shot. Street driven too. Anyway this thread is about Archie's cars lets get back on track

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We will be giving more info on this as soon as it can be made to work properly.

Archie

I will be interested in what you come up with on this. Is there going to be anything special for mounting the crank trigger or will you be able to use the MSD unit? Also is there any special programing needed for the ECM?

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Bump, I want to know more!

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Report this Post06-30-2004 09:21 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Fastback 86Send a Private Message to Fastback 86Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

I assume thats YOUR GT40 on the cover of Kit Builder Magazine. Congrats Archie!

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It's about time the mag started covering people I know! Everytime I get one of those issues in the mail......it's usually covering a Cobra kit or something. I'm glad Archie's Gt made it.

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Way to go Archie !

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Congrats Archie.

Can someone post what stores this mag is in. I have never seen it around here.

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Nice job, Archie. That's beautiful!

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Congrats.

Archie... you also have an important PM,
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Congrat's!

Is this your FIRST cover..??

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Awesome Archie! I'll have to run out and find one of those (I believe Barnes & Noble or Borders should stock them)

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Congrats on the cover. I'll have to run and get one of those.

About the Reverse TPI. What are you doing for your IAC? I got to about where your at(or at least what your showing). But noticed there wasn't enough room for the dizzy without losing the IAC plate underneath the Throttle body. I didnt' have a stock TB so mine may have been more in the way. The other option is to run a cam/belt driven distributer. But those are pricey to find out it wont fit anyways. WIth the crab cap, you'll have to run a crank trigger. FYI, the 96-98 vortec motors used a factory crank trigger with a crab cap style dizzy. The nice part is that its all inside the timing cover so its protected from the elements. But its pretty thick, so it will likely require you to cut the frame rails.
Thats about as far as I got with this when I found a good deal on an LT1 intake to retrofit on the Gen 1 block. I've never been a big fan of the TPI anyways. I dont like the looks of the runners. Most of my friends were disappointed when I got rid of the TPI. But the LT1 is so much nicer looking. And performs just as well.

Now the holley stealth ram, that should fit nice with the crab cap. And bolt right up for the reversed look. But thats my next V8 project.

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ALL RIGHT ARCHIE!!!

Gotta find some copies of that...

BTW, I haven't forgotten about the pics of the convertible conversion - I'd planned to upload them this weekend but probably won't have time now (going back to TN). I plan on doing a big detailed thread with all the pics as soon as I'm able, so you can snag the pics then, unless you want them sooner.

Also, I forget, did you want photocopies of the papers you gave me concerning the convertible?

One more thng - can you e-mail me Rob and Kris's last names? I'd like to add them to an appreciation plaque I'm putting in the car. (Oh, and what's the 'C.' stand for in your name? Or would you prefer to be known as 'V8 Archie'?)

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Sweet! I bet your a proud daddy!

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Awesome Archie - I hope the "market" jumps all over this. Very beautiful car you have.

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Having seen it in person myself, I have to say that the one word that leapt to my mind as I was looking at it was "flawless"... it's absolutely gorgeous. Pics (even magazine covers) do NOT do it justice.

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Great Job on the cover, what kind of write up did they do????at least 2 pages I bet. You must have a early copy, mine is still not here.

Are you going to sponser my new drag car

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I know my mail-man will be the first to look throught it before I do....all wrinkled too!

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Doggonnit - my subscription expired last month! Congrats on making the cover Archie

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Thats one sharp GT (ford GT that is ) congrats archie!!!! ...............i remeber awhile back ago, before i had ever owned a fiero, i saw your LT1 Stinger in Hot Rod Mag i believe.........im so stupid for not buying it

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Very cool!!! Congrats Archie!
We saw it first hand at Carlisle Kit Car/Fieros at Carlisle show and it is sweet!
Borders here I come

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yes I too have to give archie his slap on the back, way to go archie. -gary-

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Report this Post07-01-2004 08:48 PM Click Here to See the Profile for ArchieClick Here to visit Archie's HomePageClick Here to Email ArchieSend a Private Message to ArchieEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Thanks guys, I'm still grinning.

The article inside has a big 2 page photo (centerspread) then a 2 page article with several pics. The article contains pics from 3 different shows, the Daytona show, the Knott's show & Carlisle, that has to be some kind of record.

This is my 1st Cover. I've had several write-ups on several of my cars but no covers. Several of my customers' have had covers but this is my 1st one.

Thanks again.

Archie

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Congratulations, Archie. From the pictures I've seen that's an awful nice looking car.

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Now the holley stealth ram, that should fit nice with the crab cap. And bolt right up for the reversed look. But thats my next V8 project.

That's a good idea, but the HSR is pretty tall, so you may run into decklid clearance, but a decklid scoop should take care of that.

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Gotta find some copies of that...

AFAIK, Barnes & Noble is the only bookstore that carries Kit Car Builder Magazine. You can also Subscribe to it by joining the Kit Car Builder club at http://www.kitcarclub.com/

Now as of a few minutes ago there is one Barnes & Noble store that is totally out of stock already. I just bought all 8 copies they had at the store at Rand & Arl. Hts. Road in Arlington Heights, IL. So don't bother to stop there.

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Archie you are now getting your due props I wonder what your detractors are saying now.

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I just bought all 8 copies they had at the store at Rand & Arl. Hts. Road in Arlington Heights, IL. So don't bother to stop there.

Archie

Dangit! I was *just* on my way out the door to go there, too... I guess I better keep looking, then.

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anything new happening?

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AFAIK, Barnes & Noble is the only bookstore that carries Kit Car Builder Magazine. You can also Subscribe to it by joining the Kit Car Builder club at http://www.kitcarclub.com/

Now as of a few minutes ago there is one Barnes & Noble store that is totally out of stock already. I just bought all 8 copies they had at the store at Rand & Arl. Hts. Road in Arlington Heights, IL. So don't bother to stop there.

Archie

Congratulations again Archie, soon the rest of the world will find out what we already know...that you are a FIERO GENIUS !!

I need to check the Barnes & Noble here in Houston

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Got mine today. Wonder how many people will notice you don't have any mirrors in the pictures from Daytona

BTW: You going to tell us anymore about that reversed TPI or am I going to have to make a trip to Archie's Clubhouse?

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Hey Archie, I know your busy but, are you going to add any additional pics of JScott's choptop here?

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What's up at Archie's lately..??

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What's up at Archie's lately..??

A spy photo gives you a little clue

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Is that Archie's "2005" Fiero Project that he is building..??

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