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Originally posted by Fierology:


Speaking of tail pipes, can somone explain the reason the exhaust pipes make all the turns they do (in previous pictures) instead of just getting out the back of the car as quickly as possible? Excuse the ignorance!



3" pipe + 2 cats + 2 mufflers + crossover pipe. the only extra pipe was the crossover otherwise it's a straight drop from the manifolds to the cats and mufflers, and the mufflers have to go in the old trunk area due to the space.

 
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Finalized the exhaust on the car today......











Then we took it out get it ready to send to plating later this week.

Notice the equalizer pipe & notice that the tips & mufflers are clamp on because they will not be going to plating.









Archie


If you look at the pics its pretty straight forward.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmBoRJITnxk I'm going to keep the original fiero light cover, but with the LED's mounted in back of them. Pontiac will also stay but in LED's. I want to keep the original look but with an update, P.S the "dancing lights" will be for car shows only, they will function as regular lights on the road.


Its not my car, but I think that tinting the lenses would be the best thing to do. Tint the inside of the lenses with VHT, leaving the Pontiac alone, so it shows obviously. It would be sick IMHO...







My car, just so you get an idea on the VHT, and its only 10 bucks a can

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are you planning a dyno run in the near future?


 
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Its not my car, but I think that tinting the lenses would be the best thing to do. Tint the inside of the lenses with VHT, leaving the Pontiac alone, so it shows obviously. It would be sick IMHO...







My car, just so you get an idea on the VHT, and its only 10 bucks a can



that is hands down the most beautiful notchback I have ever seen. I was considering changing mine over to a fastback, your car just changed my mind.

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..snip...are you planning a dyno run in the near future? ...snip...


I was wondering when some one was going to bring that one up.

Hey Troy. It looks great. I'm happy for you.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmBoRJITnxk I'm going to keep the original fiero light cover, but with the LED's mounted in back of them. Pontiac will also stay but in LED's. I want to keep the original look but with an update, P.S the "dancing lights" will be for car shows only, they will function as regular lights on the road.


Wow, that's going to be cool.

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page 3? not quite.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmBoRJITnxk I'm going to keep the original fiero light cover, but with the LED's mounted in back of them. Pontiac will also stay but in LED's. I want to keep the original look but with an update, P.S the "dancing lights" will be for car shows only, they will function as regular lights on the road.


Wow, I thought my taillights were a lot of work! Thats out of control!

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Originally posted by Jefrysuko:


The seatbelts are not attached to the seat so there really isn't much load going into them assuming that the passenger doesn’t have Velcro pants on

Have you ever seen the understructure of a Fiero seat? It is very thin sheet metal and the bolts are retained by some really weak clips. I was able to rip a seat out by hand in a junkyard once (the rails were rusted solid and it was the only way it was going to come out). Just lean the seatback forward and rock from side to side and the rails come loose from the seat bottom. The aluminum pieces Archie used are going to hold better than that.


Well I beg to differ. In that car I would imagine the driver and the passenger would not need velcro pants (or seatbelts) as the glutious maximus muscles would be hanging on for dear life...... Providing it was being driven to it's potential......lol this is truly and amazing piece of work and all involved should take great pride in the accomplishment. Congratulations Troyboy, Archie and crew!

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whip it out whip it out! is it done yet? this is a sweet ride one of a kind. willl you be at any car shows close to va id love to come out and see it?

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whip it out whip it out! is it done yet? this is a sweet ride one of a kind. willl you be at any car shows close to va id love to come out and see it?


After the Dells the car goes home to New York and then if the LI boys go to Carlisle All-GM Nationals that will be next.

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Lets not forget Daytona?

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Lets not forget Daytona?


Maybe in 2010, it's just not in the finances for 2009. Plus you don't need my car in Florida, Dave should have his done to perfection by then. By the time he's finished pointing out the flaws in my car on CFF and RFT he should be able to complete his to perfection.

Edit to say: sorry LT188GT, My frustration was not meant for you or daytona, but for Dave or what ever name he goes by now. Dave needs to worry about his own sh@t and not mine.

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Didn't I hear that it was going to World of Wheels? How did you make out? Pictures from the show?

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Didn't I hear that it was going to World of Wheels? How did you make out? Pictures from the show?


 
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Wow Archie that looks great! I will call you tomorrow, but unfortunately it looks like this weekend is a no go, emergency at work. So off to the dells we shall go .


This was referring to the world of wheels weekend. Right about now it's taking all I have to stop as many layoff's as possible, my wife says I can't save the world, but if I can just save a few thousand job's it's worth the hospital stay the long hours and stress will land me.

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I was thinking Archie would show it even if you couldn't make it.

Thanks

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Troy Boy,
How come there are no pictures of your interior? Can you do us a favor? Let's see your masterful work from the driving seat

Cordially,
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Troy Boy,
How come there are no pictures of your interior? Can you do us a favor? Let's see your masterful work from the driving seat

Cordially,
Kevin



Archie tries to show it in the video, but maybe if we ask him nicely he will do one of just the interior with a few pics........Pleaseess

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Archie tries to show it in the video, but maybe if we ask him nicely he will do one of just the interior with a few pics........Pleaseess


Ill do that tomorrow, you have a PM

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If you look at the pics its pretty straight forward.


Yeah, That makes a lot of sense now. I hadn't seen the pics of the exhaust system by itself, not installed.

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Someone wanted some pics of the interior.

Here's the pics. I also have a little video of the interior (please forgive the background noise it's the aircompressor running)











http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f7PdeSBr30Y

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Wow. The interior looks great. Great job.
But I'm worried that Troy might break the speedometer. It looks like it only goes up to 120mph.

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Wow. The interior looks great. Great job.
But I'm worried that Troy might break the speedometer. It looks like it only goes up to 120mph.

~Bob


That's the engine "break-in" speedo.

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That's the engine "break-in" speedo.

VERY FUNNY. Archie.
Oh, Oh, I think I just hurt myself, I was laughing so hard.

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That being said above ^^^^, I noticed the tach has no redline Obviously with the 'Vette engine 8K is not a deficite.
Jiminy Efen Krist!!! That is the car I want to be in on a long cross country run. When is this car going to be shown here on the
west coast? We need our pickles in our pants just like you guys in the midwest

Cordially,
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That being said above ^^^^, I noticed the tach has no redline Obviously with the 'Vette engine 8K is not a deficite.
Jiminy Efen Krist!!! That is the car I want to be in on a long cross country run. When is this car going to be shown here on the
west coast? We need our pickles in our pants just like you guys in the midwest

Cordially,
Kevin


I was thinking about driving the rt 50 tour in 2010, but man the drive home is crazy unless a group of us from the east coast do a group buy on a car transporter. I'm sure the drive home would be fun but too much time off work once you add recovery.

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Come on Troy you know you want to. Tell you what I graduate in 2010 from UTI so if you come back I will drive back out with you (have family in CT) sound like a deal?

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Come on Troy you know you want to. Tell you what I graduate in 2010 from UTI so if you come back I will drive back out with you (have family in CT) sound like a deal?


sounds like a plan

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Engine break in speedo.......LMAO! Too much. Haven't heard that one before. Probably said it before, but what a great build. Spectacular work, on an unbelieveable Fiero. Many happy miles to all.

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I really like that the original Fiero heat & a/c consol is still in there. Great detail to reminisce of the original. Oh, wow, look at the cup holders. I thought they were map lights at first. Cool. What does the LCD display?

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OMG! Bounced into the archives.
El Mucho Bumpo to Page Uno.

So, ... What's new on this bad boy build?

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Page 4 is not where this belongs.

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any new pic's?
I need somthing to keep me going on my car. money is tight at this point.

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Oh my. I want that interior!

How about a trade for my first born? :P

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So whats new with this build...

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This is an amazing transformation!

Are there any plans to do something with the tail lights? I just finished the paint on my 86 and have a 3800SC I am gathering parts for to do a transplant. (need the GTP pulley if anyone has one or can help? )

Here is what we did with mine since Pontiac section was seperating and there were some minor cracks. There are around 14 coats of custom Candy Apple Black made with clear coat as the base. As you can see, it doesn't impair the lights.

Main Page:
Projects Main Page

Finished Product:


Before and After:


Lit up:

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As posted a page or two back, I'm going with LED tail lights. It's on my todo list for when the car comes home this spring(after the Dells).

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As posted a page or two back, I'm going with LED tail lights. It's on my todo list for when the car comes home this spring(after the Dells).


My apologies, there are a lot of pages here and I must have missed it.

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My apologies, there are a lot of pages here and I must have missed it.


No apologies needed just directing you to an older post.

But it was a good question and........ thanks to IMSA GT this might all change..........

what do you guys Think?
that with led on eachside or should I just stick to plan 1:


plan #1 = http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmBoRJITnxk

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I think you need to get those lenses to me asap

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And the latest is??

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