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When Curly likes an Idea he can be relentless, just ask Jscott1 and FierociousGT


Oooo Yes, he can...

EDIT: I own this page...

Image has been update per request on OCT 25, 2007


Hmmm.. so bikinis are out too...

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HI all

I pmed funnywheels, and he had said that the mirrors are usually made by Delphi, and he suspects that a good GM diagram should work out..... Other than that he doesn't have an idea, although he also said they are probably fairly easy to wire up... I do remember that funnywheels used a firebird actuator, the part that sits behind the mirror glass, so maybe you could go that route?

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Peek-a-boo...I see VDI doors in the back ground, hehe.


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All these parts/shapes blend together really nice....good work !

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I'll take some pics of it by Monday.

That car is for sale real cheap.

The car isn't caved in. The builder did a real good job of welding 2 Fieros together with a boxed framework that's a straight as an arrow. The only thing that I would have done differently is to use 3 Fiero roof sections instead of 2. The Forward section of the rear Fiero & the back section of the front Fiero dip down because of their original roof lines. The dip down in the gap between the 2 roofs makes it look like it's not straight.

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post some pictures of it up on the whats up at archies thread, i dont wanna get too sidetracked from troyboys thread,


by the way, those mirrors look awsome troy, hopefully my brother will get his house finished in the next 12 months so we can put the monster fish tank up, he's already using all the bioballs in another tank but it just isnt the same.

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by the way, those mirrors look awsome troy, hopefully my brother will get his house finished in the next 12 months so we can put the monster fish tank up, he's already using all the bioballs in another tank but it just isnt the same.

matthew


Thanks, BTW I going to let my 180 reef ready go, With my 2nd child on the way I'll have no time for it.

Note: the 2nd child is not the car, the car is the mistre$$ .

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Thanks, BTW I going to let my 180 reef ready go, With my 2nd child on the way I'll have no time for it.

Note: the 2nd child is not the car, the car is the mistre$$ .


how much you asking for the 180?

my brother almost has me convinced to put a tank up, but i want to find one atleast 2' wide, id prefer a 4x4x2 tank (two foot tall four foot square) but thats nearly impossible, also i wanted fresh water, i want to have pacu's, they can get quite large.

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i want to have pacu's, they can get quite large.


Sorry to get off topic, but DON'T DO IT. Pacus can grow to over 3 feet. They are a very active and nervous fish. I had one grow to 34" in a 750 gallon tank (hex tank, 48" high, 72" across) before I managed to find a suitable home for him. When he would get excited, we were worried he would go thru the glass. Once they get large, public aquariums won't take them because of how common they are, and private aquariums aren't big enough. I got lucky and found the Newport Aquarium as they were opening up...my Pacu was the first fish in their 100,000 gallon Amazon display.

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Sorry to get off topic, but DON'T DO IT.


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Doors on!!! Waiting on video clip.

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I'll post the video to UTube tonight.

But Curley is leaving work in about an hour & he can't survive without pictures ASAP.













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I'll post the video to UTube tonight.

But Curley is leaving work in about an hour & he can't survive without pictures ASAP.



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Stop that! ...
Now im going to have to redo my car .....
Trying to keep up with the joanes is getting much harder... lol
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Troy.. I have a new cutting torch... can i help work on your car... can i, can i

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xdj0f7UE8FI

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Troy.. I have a new cutting torch... can i help work on your car... can i, can i


Go for it lets brake that torch in.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xdj0f7UE8FI


I love the smile on his face after he shuts the door, priceless!

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Go for it lets brake that torch in.


Hmmmm... A torch... Your car... Me... Bahahahaha
I could be a star of your own "Bad Kitty" vid....

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good video.... But why is he walking like he just got off riding a horse... maybe he's a Cowboy?

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good video.... But why is he walking like he just got off riding a horse... maybe he's a Cowboy?



careful fierocious, that be the same guy that's working on your car!!!

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good video.... But why is he walking like he just got off riding a horse... maybe he's a Cowboy?



He's kinda shy.

But he folds up well, at 6'4" & he fits in a chop top.

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He's kinda shy.
But he folds up well, at 6'4" & he fits in a chop top.
Archie


Holy cow 6'4" and fits in a choptop! Wow I thought 6"1' was the max size for a choptop. Ride 'Em Cowboy!

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good video.... But why is he walking like he just got off riding a horse... maybe he's a Cowboy?



He must be walking that way because he's really excited? I know I would be...

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Hey Troy. How much of a rear gap do you have on the rear fender lip/rim for clearance? 2 or three fingers?


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Hey Troy. How much of a rear gap do you have on the rear fender lip/rim for clearance? 2 or three fingers?



2 of my fingers so lets say 2.5 for the average person.

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Will anything be done to fix that? I assume thats from scraping the ground.

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Will anything be done to fix that? I assume thats from scraping the ground.


Actually the paint rubbed off of it from rubbing against something that was in Troy's trailer we he transported it here last trip.

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Archie new ideas and pic sent. Check your email

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Archie new ideas and pic sent. Check your email


The pics didn't come thru. Please email them again to Archie@v8archie.com

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Troy, give me a call tomorrow when/if you can.

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What's next Archie?

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Hmmm.. so bikinis are out too...



She would be a great addition to the Girls with Fieros thread.

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What's next Archie?


Taking a chunk of transmission case over to the plater on Monday for a little test plating to make sure it's compatable with that material.

& get ahold of 300Below to make some arraingements.

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Taking a chunk of transmission case over to the plater on Monday for a little test plating to make sure it's compatable with that material.

& get ahold of 300Below to make some arraingements.

Archie


The 1st test of the plating on the test part wasn't a huge success but another section he tested came out good. So taking another test pc. over tomorrow.

Aluminium is real tricky to plate & I don't want to test on a whole transmission all at once.

Meanwhile, these parts are out 300Below for Cyro right now.



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Meanwhile, these parts are out 300Below for Cyro right now.



Archie


Can you cyro the axles? Would that be of any benefit? They would be the next weak link, right?

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Troyboy
If it was my car I would not want the axles super strong,
It would be easier and more cost effective to replace axles than transmissions.....
Just my .02 cents

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Troyboy
If it was my car I would not want the axles super strong,
It would be easier and more cost effective to replace axles than transmissions.....
Just my .02 cents



^^^^^^ agreed

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The axles shafts are Case hardened about .400" deep. The center core is soft.

I'll call them next week to see what that combination will do when Cryro'ed but I don't expect it to be a good thing.

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Troyboy
If it was my car I would not want the axles super strong,
It would be easier and more cost effective to replace axles than transmissions.....
Just my .02 cents


I agree,

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He's kinda shy.

But he folds up well, at 6'4" & he fits in a chop top.

Archie


he must have a short torso.. i cant fit in a choptop to save my life, and im only 6'2".

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