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TAZMNDVL - Build - 350 QB - 6sp - chop ... and more by DrCPU
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I think my boyish charm and good looks did the trick - although she loves the car!

PS - Thanks Chris!


I'm sure the horns helped too.


I wonder did Ginger approve?
 
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Awesome but you need to put his puppy in the photo with him as well




 
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Let me ask if it's OK with Ginger.... Here's her answer...





Ginger's pissed, hehe.
j/k Dave,hehe.

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lol... That's Awesome!

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Awesome but you need to put his puppy in the photo with him as well

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I just finished reading through this whole thread.
My fiero's going to love you
My wallet's going to hate you
Thanks a lot

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I just finished reading through this whole thread.
My fiero's going to love you
My wallet's going to hate you
Thanks a lot



K, you're welcome. Hope you get some ideas out of what I've done and maybe learned how not to do certain things - like say putting uncurred resin in your fridge to save a few cents.... way too funny - even now.

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Nice thing about Ginger - is she's a dog and doesn't mind it if I bring the scent of a woman home tee heee heee. Now the smell of another dog is a different story!

Way too funny - you guys crack me up!

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Hey Dave, anything "new" we should expecting at the 25th?

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Hey Dave, anything "new" we should expecting at the 25th?


Apparently hes grown another horn and has found a girl friend.

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Apparently hes grown another horn and has found a girl friend.


LMAO

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Only going to fix the headlight motor gears and cogs and then replace both struts for the lambo doors.

The passenger door strut gave up after only a few openings - say 25. The driver side is weak and if it hasn't blown over the winter will likely be needing a replacement very soon. I ordered new struts from Lambodoors and have 950lb rated units. The crap installed by XtremeDoors was supposed to be rated at 900lbs - but like I said - was likely the worst crap they could get their hands on.

The XD guys have supposedly contacted Jay to make things right, but I don't expect they are capable or evne have a capacity of being honest. I'd never go anywhere near them ever again. Crap service, crap product. Crap service is even way to nice a word to use. If I pass them on the road and see they've been run over - will likely take a second shot at them myself just to make sure they don't rip anyone else off.

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... Crap service, crap product. Crap service is even way to nice a word to use. If I pass them on the road and see they've been run over - will liley take a second shot at them myself just to make sure they don't rip anyone else off.


Ok Dave now tell us how you really feel
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Thanks Curly! Still unseasonally cold. Have this Friday and Monday off - so hope to get the headlight motors out and repaired this weekend.

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Well - I finally got off my keister today. Rebuild both headlight motors gear assemblies - Gen 2s.

I'll create a thread in the technical section and paste back a link in this thread - once it's complete. I took lots of pictures and came up with some solutions not described in the instructions for keeping the two spring loaded brushes in place to make the re-assembly of the motor easier for the passenger side assembly.

If you've done this work yourself before, then there won't be anything special to see other than my shortcuts. If you need to do this work I hope the pictures and story line help you make quick work of this job.

I'll post more later. I should have the thread done by tomorrow - check back soon!

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Here is the location of the headlight motor rebuild....

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/090444.html

I'll finish the job and reinstall everything tomorrow - including the car battery to get the Taz started for the first time since she went to bed in the fall....

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The rebuild thread is pretty much complete.... happy reading!

I still need to post pics of everything running - will do that tomorrow!

Now I need to change my picture on my signature line.... this one is real old...

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No job would be complete without proof of the work.

Here it is...



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Yipeeeee Kayyyy Yeaaaa Baby!

I've forgotten how good that engine sounds after five months in moth balls! I can hardly wait to get her on the road!

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The weather is starting to cooperate. Took the TAZ out today to try out the new front rubber.

Bought Marangoni rubber last year for the rear 245/40 18s and just put on Marangoni rubber up front 225/35 18s.

Will post pictures later this weekend.. I like the look I really do!

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Looks good DrCPU - any progress on fixing the lambo door hinges?
I'm going to pass on them for the Roadster but they might be interesting on the newest project.

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Last post for the day is the final pick before I unloaded the car at home. That 6" drop tongue did the trick. Loaded it forwards and had no troubles at all - save for some rain as soon as I crossed into Canada at Buffalo!





Teh Fiero looks great, the two pic's just reminded me of when I picked up my recent ride, my M3. They were so close in angle and such so I wanted to post them. It's such a nice feeling getting your car on the trailer for the ride hah?



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As promised, some shots of the TAZ - after a wash - and with the new 225/35 18 rubber up front.







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The car is looking great. Nice to see a chop top that looks finished.
Thanks for posting up some fresh pic's
Have a Nice Day
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Well, I'm bored; please entertain me

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I bore very easily; please continue to entertain me with pictures and your whimsical dialog

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I bore very easily; please continue to entertain me with pictures and your whimsical dialog


Will post the results of my going back to regular door hinges later this week. Right now I'm worried that the Lambo hinges has sidelined the TAZ for an indeterminate period of time.

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Just thought I'd continue adding the details and photos to the "Help" request thread rather than detracting from my build thread...

Ok, to be precise, I've taken one step back and reverted to the original hinges from the Extreme Doors VDC kit....

For more fun and enjoyment - please follow this link => http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/071308.html

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Well, it's July 8th 2008 and it's almost been a year since I opted for the Xtreme Door hinges.

I just finished buttoning up the last little bits and the TAZ is back to original hinges. Andrew (AugiDoggie) and a friend (Aidan Griffin) both helped get the driver side hinge done. Boy - did I learn a lot.

I prepared the passenger side two weeks ago and waited until last night to do the passenger side with trusty old Aidan. This time it took about an hour. Still used up three hours getting the mirror and skins on - but I sure used some lessons of the past to make the hinge install perfect forst time around. No adjustements needed. I also figured out how to remove the side molding clips by reverse engineering the setup. The old clips break real easy - so must be very patient. Of course if your taking the skin off - it's as easy as pie!

I have not heard anything from Chirs and Kyle since the driver side shearing failure. Emails have gone unanswered.

The TAZ needs a good wash and wax - both inside and outside - and will try to do this before the 25th. The good news is the TAZ and I are driving to the 25th! Whooohooo!

I'll likely bring the Xtreme Door hinges to the 25th for interested parties to look over. Also will bring the extra struts I purchased. The bolt ends of the struts are smaller diameter than the shocks by XD. I might part with them under some very stringent conditions. All eyes will be opened - but if someone can machine a little - then it might just be your project ***.

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The good news is the TAZ and I are driving to the 25th! Whooohooo!


Me too Dave - I am hoping to catch up with one of the GTA/SOFA caravans using the 401/402 route on Wednesday night or Thursday day.

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Me too Dave - I am hoping to catch up with one of the GTA/SOFA caravans using the 401/402 route on Wednesday night or Thursday day.

Ryan




I've been so darned busy with life in general that I have not had time to plan a route or figure out when I'll actually leave. I did want to go to the drag strip to get in a few runs, but have not checked the threads yet to see if it's still on or not. I won't be towing - so I won't push it up the strip - but would like to get three or so runs in where I shift at the 4k range to see how much better I can improve on my 13.8 time. The engine has been tuned a little (or so the guy said that I paid - chuckle).

I do have a room for Wednesday night at the main facility..... Looking forwards to seeing everyone!

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Did you work out the route to the 25th?

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Did you make it home okay? Was Ginger glad to see you or did she give you a lecture?

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Some pics at the 25th of the "TAZMNDVL"





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Well, did you make it home safely? Did you have any issue with the boarder guards? Did Ginger get her treats at the boarder?

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Well, did you make it home safely? Did you have any issue with the boarder guards? Did Ginger get her treats at the boarder?


Thanks for asking Curley! I had a hapless trip back and got back around 2:00am. Customs searched my truck, car and trailer. I did not have my paperwork from the last time I declared all the work and they thought I did an engine swap. So it took more than a little footwork to keep them happy. Thirty minutes of time I'll never get back. The customs guys uttered a "wow" when I opened the doors of the Taz, when I opened the hood and the back hatch. They asked if the engine was supposed to be in the back.

They let me go when they found a copy of the paperwork I filed in 2006 when I declared all the work Archie did in the chop/swap job. All is well.

I'm in the middle of moving my Dad from Ottawa to Mississauga - so will be posting my own picks on the hinge install in about a week and a half.

Great seeing you (and everyone else) at the Chop Top Reunion.

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Sorry I missed you Dave. My car should be ready for next year

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I'm in the middle of moving my Dad from Ottawa to Mississauga - so will be posting my own picks on the hinge install in about a week and a half. Great seeing you (and everyone else) at the Chop Top Reunion.

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Thanks for the reminder. I'm hoping to find some time this week to download my pics from the CT Reunion. No kidding - I've been so busy driving back and forth from Mississauga to Ottawa that I've done nothing on the net since the reunion. Took out the TAZ today for a run (out sailing) and it was nice to be out just having fun again.

The VDI hinges work great - now I just have to hope that the great weather holds so I can get a few nice weekends in before it starts turning "Fall" in the great white north!

Will post more this week - promise....

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I know - me bad bad boy....

Took this weekend off and went to the trailer ans raced on Sunday (sailing). I'm looking at my camera and still need to load software on my new system before I can post anything. Will do the update this week. Patience young grasshoppers!

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I know - me bad bad boy....

Took this weekend off and went to the trailer ans raced on Sunday (sailing). I'm looking at my camera and still need to load software on my new system before I can post anything. Will do the update this week. Patience young grasshoppers!

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