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Madcurl's Arch Rival !! by exoticse
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#20 is an auto?

Edit: I own lucky page 13!!!!

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#20 is an auto?

Edit: I own lucky page 13!!!!



yes, i dont think any of his fieros have manuals. maybe because autos are both faster and stronger... too bad they arent as much fun to drive.. >> IMO <<

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CA emissions require him to use a trans that came with the engine. N* s only came with autos
It's also why he has the Caddy dashpanel (on the passenger side of his dash)

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Originally posted by fourpoint9:

CA emissions require him to use a trans that came with the engine. N* s only came with autos
It's also why he has the Caddy dashpanel (on the passenger side of his dash)



Yes. It may be said that "It never rains in southern CA" but it can also be said, "It never rains N* manuals in CA either."

Read here for more info: http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/032834-5.html

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Thanks for the clarification fellas. Silly commie cali

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New pics from the inside out, thru the new rear window.





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I CALL SHOTGUN!!

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Just a little update.

We've been sanding & filling & filling & sanding on the rear fenders working on getting them just right.

We've also also been modifying the "running board" area of the rocker panels to put an angle on them like was described in an earlier post.

We are also working on the scoops in the rockers to reshape them the way Curley wanted them.

Here we have the the rocker with a flat piece of glass at about a 45 degree angle, we'll lay a layer of glass over this then remove the rockers to glass the inside.



Here we have the rockers off & have laid up glass on the insides of the angled area......



Here is some of the filling & sanding we've been working on......





While the rockers are off the car, we are working on the scoops behind the doors........

Here is what they look like before adding more fiberglass.........





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Here Rob has made a metal filler panel to lay up some glass against to form the rough scoop opening.......

This is for the outboard lip of the opening.......



This is for the inside lip of the opening......





Here is what it looks like with the glass laid up on it......



We take out the metal, trim the fiberglass from the edges & stick it on the car. Notice the blue filler on the door & fender, while we wait for the glass to sure we continue to fill & sand those areas......





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It's kinda hard to see the fiberglass work we did inside the scoop because of the color of the glass, so we put a little white primer on it....









We still plan to do some more shaping on these scoops so we'll show you how they evolve.

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It's cool, it's Deeep and I like this style better than #015. Out with old, in with the new!



old style



Edit: Besides the obvious items mentioned (body flarring[hips], rocker Z-glass, door flares, and rear bumper), did anybody notice what Archie and the Crew did differently???

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well if you want to send that "old" up here i'd gladly "take care of it" for you

looks good as always

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Hehehe in case u haven't noticed Madcurl gets bored easily.

He is talking about #15 being old and most of us are still drooling over number 11 !!

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I'm being "nosey" again.

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Ya, you need to give that old #15 to me.

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How do you think the view out the rear window is gonna be? Any new blind spots or anything?

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We didn't 100% like the way the scoops were shaped in these pictures. The inside wall followed the curve of our Integrated rocker panels and we felt it curved back too too much. We also wanted inside the wall to go farther back into the scoop. So we redid that inside wall.

Here are the previous pics.





This is what it looks like now.........





I think this looks a lot better.

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Originally posted by Silentassassin185:

How do you think the view out the rear window is gonna be? Any new blind spots or anything?


Hmm. I don't really know cause I was too excited at the time to check but, Archie took some pics and it seems maybe >less than the original choptop sail pillars due to the frame rail that supports the Z-glass?




As for the sail panel windows, the height has been reduced a little but from my drawings it reaches back a bit but not as elongated. The actual side sail window cuts haven't been performed yet. The cut you see was just a reference point.

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well either way more or less still a wicked looking creation madcurl.

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Hmm. I don't really know cause I was too excited at the time to check but, Archie took some pics and it seems maybe >less than the original choptop sail pillars due to the frame rail that supports the Z-glass?





Actually that rib going from left to right is in the same place as the rib on the underside of the stock GT decklid that sits on the trunk seal.

It is setting on the trunk seal. The only reason you see it here is because the rest of the original GT decklid is no longer in the line of sight.

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Nicely placed rag. Better than blacking out the area.

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Nicely placed rag. Better than blacking out the area.


Good eyes, but that's just a cup holder.

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Nicely placed rag. Better than blacking out the area.


Archie or madcurl
Are there any plans of making Molds out of this car?
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Archie or madcurl
Are there any plans of making Molds out of this car?
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What? Are you taking about the IRM wide-rockers, Fender-flares, bumper flares, door-flares, Z-clip or the whole "Chaloppa"?

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There is a lot of time and investment making molds, but A LOT of work has been done to get a unique and classy alternative many would like. I guess it is up to Archie if the ends justify the means. If he made a mold to make that a rear flipper w/ window, I'd be onboard. But he'd have just as much work to get the market without chop tops. Then the roof modding required would be a lot of work with each sale. My bet that this is a one off with Archie creating another unique masterpiece. But he's also a great businessman, so who knows if this new exploration will lend more options to the Fiero community in the future?

Keep up the great work Archie,
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In either application (bubble-toppers or choppers), one of the "hidden" benifits to using the Z-clip is: Engine/Wipple/Turbo applications along w/chrome "kingdomisum" under the glass. IMO it's a pretty good mod if produced for gearheads who hunger for more horse power but are somewhat restricted due to deck lid and lack of true "visuals" under the hood.

An example of Glass "visuals" benefits



Imagine the possiblities using a Whipple supercharger under the 350Z glass?
http://www.chrfab.com/Engines.htm

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If there's anything that's made from this car is the c6 head lights in the norm front flipper! Not necessarily all the other mods, curly's gotta be original somehow, but the c6 lights look sooooo nice.

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Let's hope all or at least parts of this car make it into reproduction.

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Curley, the tire/wheel sizing information you want me to get will have to wait until we get the panels back on the car.

Shouldn't be long now.



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Panels off ? Hmmmm,......

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Curley, the tire/wheel sizing information you want me to get will have to wait until we get the panels back on the car.

Shouldn't be long now.

Archie


Okay.


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It's cool, it's Deeep and I like this style better than #015. Out with old, in with the new!



old style



Edit: Besides the obvious items mentioned (body flarring[hips], rocker Z-glass, door flares, and rear bumper), did anybody notice what Archie and the Crew did differently???



Nobody guessed the answer, hehe.

The answer is: Sail panel's distal frame-ends were moved inward. Now the question is, "Why move them inward?

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Shouldn't be long now.


Archie


Thanks Archie for pics. [They] look sweet, unique, functional, and [they] flow with the build. Okay.


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hmm, did I figure it out?

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hmm, did I figure it out?



I don't know what the question was but I'll look into it.......

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I noticed there wasn't a rear window. Has it not been put in?

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More new stuff for number 20 !

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I noticed there wasn't a rear window. Has it not been put in?


The "Z" window is ready to install but, the Crew needed to "flip the clip" and work on 2-things.

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hmm, did I figure it out?



Hehe.

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