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We Build a Perfect Union by Archie
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The opening isn't wide enough for all 5 bulbs to show but it still looks great.




Another modern "tweak" gone good.

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out with the old lights: (BTW for sale)


in with the new:

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Rob is working on the mounting hardware as we speak.

For those that are working on the idea of putting these lights in their Fiero, notice how the light housing extends a few inches behind the light. Strong & good mounting needs to be made to keep the lights steady while driving. While still allowing some kind of vertical adjustment for aiming after it's all put together.





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Time line;

Fierorama 2006


Daytona 2007;


G35 era


after-the-25th

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Time line;

Fierorama 2006


Daytona 2007;


G35 era


after-the-25th




I'm laughing at this one before I even post it.

I want to see the finished picture before he11 freezes over.

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?






Not sure why this thread is soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo long!
It reminds me of another loooooooooooooooong thread!


Is this the only thing Fiero owner have to look upt to?
Come on guys
This is like a very long episode of Unique Auto Sports!

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Time line;



Thanks for the time line. This car has come a long way. He could have just bolted on an IMSA kit and left it at that, but he has gone way beyond that.

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Wow Troy those new lights are just sick !

Hot, hot, hot !!!

It really modernizes the car, rather in fact, it moves it past the present and takes it into the future.

Very futuristic looking !

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?






Not sure why this thread is soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo long!
It reminds me of another loooooooooooooooong thread!


Is this the only thing Fiero owner have to look upt to?
Come on guys
This is like a very long episode of Unique Auto Sports!



Well if you learn to read, start from page one, read each post (just looking at the pictures is not reading), maybe just maybe you would have a clue.

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Is this the only thing Fiero owner have to look upt to?
Come on guys
This is like a very long episode of Unique Auto Sports!

WTF is your problem? If you paid any attention you would know most of the people posting in this thread repeatedly have very nice Fieros of their own. Troy is a friend and an enthusiast that is taking his car to a new level and we enjoy seeing it and talking about it.

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Well if you learn to read, start from page one, read each post (just looking at the pictures is not reading), maybe just maybe you would have a clue.



I started when this was fresh and kept up with it for a while. Lets see Daytona and maybe up to and shortly after the Dells Run 2007
I pop in from time to time, but I will admit I don't read this every day any more.

BTW the guy pouring gas on him self is me opening my mouth!

I have a few customers with deep pockets. One guy has a very fine AMG and likes to spend money another guy has this car. I have installed Nitrous on it after this Video. Your pockets have to be doing Very Well.




You must be going on about 3 years with this correct? I don't mean this thread I mean from the beginning.

The math part $20k to $40K per year labor times 3 years would be $60k to $120k + parts. Um 2 new crate engines correct. I am sure Archie bought the one that was used in the car for a short time back from you for a small fee. Lot of nice parts and they all cost money.
I haven't seen the car in over a year now, but I am sure it is worth ever penny to you.

I know the owner of the AMG did not pay $50K for it used and I would rather have it. I hate German cars, but it drives nice and runs mid 12's.
I can get an STS-V for under $40k with less than 10k miles on it.

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WTF is your problem? If you paid any attention you would know most of the people posting in this thread repeatedly have very nice Fieros of their own. Troy is a friend and an enthusiast that is taking his car to a new level and we enjoy seeing it and talking about it.




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Troy and Archie I was not attacking you guy's just looking at it from the outside in. Lots of time and $$$$$$ for a car.

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I'm laughing at this one before I even post it.

I want to see the finished picture before he11 freezes over.


That is one beautiful nose. IMO perfect in every way. Outstanding! I'd buy that nose in a heatbeat. Judging from your comments I take it things are moving slowly though.

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Troy and Archie I was not attacking you guy's just looking at it from the outside in. Lots of time and $$$$$$ for a car.


Dude, you need add more "favorites" to your list. I have over 50 of them.
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/071254.html

 
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Nice. I'll need to save this thread as my favorite. Question, what's the name of the company that beefed-up the tranny?






Quit looking at the $$$ involved and enjoy the ride.

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This thread ROCKS


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Well, as of this afternoon the Perfect Union is in the Trailer ready to back to Mark's.

The CAI has been routed.







The grills in the hood......the green tape identifies each grill on the car because we have to remove all of them before the paint.





A little look at the lights....





They came out before we loaded it too.

A little mirror mod.....





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The CAI has been routed.




Archie


That's the nicest CAI I've seen in a while. The whole car is nice, it's hard to find my favorite part.

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Well, as of this afternoon the Perfect Union is in the Trailer ready to back to Mark's.
Archie


All right. Off to paint! Moving closer to completion.

Mark, PLEASE take lots of pictures and post them ASAP.

I think all of us can't wait to see what this bad boy will look like when its done.

~Bob

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Photoshop:



real deal;
 
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A little mirror mod.....





Archie


Now that's perfect!

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I just wanted to say the car is coming out GREAT.

Question, is the car going to keep the ribbed moldings ?

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Troy, your car is just amazing I cant wait to see it painted.
Archie and the crew my hat is off to all of you. GREAT JOB!
25 years and the Fiero is still evolving thanks to the die hard fans.
GM take notice!

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Where are those lights from?

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Where are those lights from?



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Well, as of this afternoon the Perfect Union is in the Trailer ready to back to Mark's.

The CAI has been routed.








Archie



Where is the MAF mounted - by the air filter or by the throttle body?


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Where is the MAF mounted - by the air filter or by the throttle body?



The MAF on the LS3, LS376 & LS7 is is a small flat thing about half the size of a credit card. It slides into a fitting that will be attached to the CAI pipe. It's not the big round part that you see on the LS1, LS2 or LS6.

I'll try to remember to take pic of it tomorrow.

BTW, I'm putting together a parts list for the CAI for those that want to put it on their LSx engines.

Archie

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This is looking great!!

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The car is back in the paint booth. I'm going to have to do a bit of repainting as the modifications in the engine compartment have....um.....taken the shine off of a little bit of the bay walls.

I start on it this weekend.

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The car is back in the paint booth. I'm going to have to do a bit of repainting as the modifications in the engine compartment have....um.....taken the shine off of a little bit of the bay walls.

I start on it this weekend.

Mark


That's correct.

We had to make some mods to get the oil tank mounted where it needed to be. Made a mounting bracket in the side of the frame rail & notched the crossmember a little bit to move the tank forward a little.





Had to put a hole thru to get that big old 4" CAI thru...



We also welded in a "U" channel along the front bulkhead for the metal shield to set in.....



Also had to weld in some metal & drill some holes so we could mount the Waterpump in the only space we had left.



We brought back the decklid from Mark's so we could work on figuring out how & where to mount the decklid grills.







These are not mounted for the last time yet because they still need to be painted.

In a couple of days we'll be getting the polished metal for the underside of the decklid & we'll have to finalize all the mounting at that point.

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Originally posted by 85LAMB:

I just wanted to say the car is coming out GREAT.

Question, is the car going to keep the ribbed moldings ?



Thanks, and yes I'm keeping the ribbed molding. The IMSA kit that I'm using has the molding molded into the fenders and other places:


earlier on in the project a couple of pff friends photoshoped the car with out the molding and I did not like the look.


so I decided to keep it.







edit to show more pics with molding

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Getting so excited that you posted twice??

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Too late Troyboy, I saw the double post.

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Too late Troyboy, I saw the double post.


and for that quick eye my friend you get a plus+

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Wow, I can't wait to get this car back together.

As good as it looked before, it's hard to imagine how good it will look with all the new body changes & the paint finished.

Archie

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Awesome job Archie. I can't wait to see it all done.

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I wish we had a few "Labor Day" pics. After all, a lot of labor went into this car. Mark, please give us something.

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Nothing to show yet. I've been working on my Suburban front axle u-joints along with some necessary maintenance on Kristie's Grand Am. I did wash the car, though, but I didn't get any pics yet. I'll snap something tomorrow after work. We had the Harley-Davidson 105th Anniversary this weekend here in Milwaukee and spent a bit of time with the neighbors and their friends with bikes. My neighbor across the street works for Harley and had his own celebration. Yes, there was alcohol, no, there are no pics of hooties.

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there are no pics of hooties.

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But I have some!

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But I have some!



I think it's important to share with your felow Fiero Owners Group ( F.O.G. )

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