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Madcurl's Arch Rival !! by exoticse
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what do i see being done back there in the back???is that a set of wide front fenders bein fitted on a chopper??? ...or am i mistaken


Yes, that is #13 getting the full widebody treatment!
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/066554.html

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Yes, that is #13 getting the full widebody treatment!
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/066554.html


ahh thought so..thanx...thats gonna be one sick lookin fiero too

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Unidentical twins! I like the look of both cars, similar yet different.

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Stock side view mirrors not 100% visable


360s...100% visability





We've come a long way baby....from here.



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What taillight panel is that and what taillights?

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Couple of different shots of the 360's



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Those look like they were made for the widebody kit. Any plans to "tweak" them, make molds, or create something similiar from scratch to offer to the Fiero community? I bet many would be interested who have "other" kits, or that just want to spice up their stock Fiero. It would definitely be an add-on to anyone who wants a widebody kit from you down the road. (myself being one of them)

Just curious,
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Originally posted by FieroGTguy:


Those look like they were made for the widebody kit. Any plans to "tweak" them, make molds, or create something similiar from scratch to offer to the Fiero community? I bet many would be interested who have "other" kits, or that just want to spice up their stock Fiero. It would definitely be an add-on to anyone who wants a widebody kit from you down the road. (myself being one of them)

Just curious,
Greg



I tried to purchase a pair from a guy over-the-pond but he didn't want to sell them w/o buying the whole kit car, however there maybe others venders in the U.S.A.? As for making a mold, it isn't that easy since it consist of 4-individual parts not to mention the electric motor and outside temp gauge.

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Besides, I've already been sued by the F'ers once.

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Besides, I've already been sued by the F'ers once.



 
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As for making them, I doubt the market would support such a project since having a widebody or phat rear end is needed? Besides, due to copy rights, I don't need a Ferrari lawyer (pardon the pun) "In My Rear-view Mirror" or "On My Rear End," hehe.




I agree 100%!

It would be better to purchase a "buggered-up" 360 on Ebay and proceed in sprucing it up; like I did. If you're stars and planets are correctly lined up, you just might find a set on Ebay; otherwise I'd keep the original side view mirrors. The Porsche mirror was my second choice and the new Camero mirror was my third, but I'd doubt they make that one....it's too purdy.

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i want this car........

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waiting on altered C6 side vent pics.

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and the new Camero mirror was my third, but I'd doubt they make that one....it's too purdy.




I'll bet you dollars for donuts that the mirrors seen on the new Camaro prototype don't make it into production. For some reason the concept cars are always chopped and have unrealistically small rear view mirrors. And I don't think you will see a mirror yet replaced by a camera... a simple piece of glass has much higher resolution than any camera and it's image is in 3D.

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I'll bet you dollars for donuts that the mirrors seen on the new Camaro prototype don't make it into production. For some reason the concept cars are always chopped and have unrealistically small rear view mirrors. And I don't think you will see a mirror yet replaced by a camera... a simple piece of glass has much higher resolution than any camera and it's image is in 3D.



Yep. You're right on that one. However, it's nice to dream, hehe.



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What is funny is how there was the other thread about that idiot company Xtremedoors making lambo doors for the Fiero.......here's proof that it can be done once again

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What is funny is how there was the other thread about that idiot company Xtremedoors making lambo doors for the Fiero.......here's proof that it can be done once again


It can be done...the only issue is cost. A blank Decah/VDI hinge is about $1299 + shipping. Now after you have your favorite body shop modify it and install it, you are at about $2K which is more than your average Fiero owner wants to pay. But Curley has proven several times over that it can be done.

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Besides, I've already been sued by the F'ers once.



Was that due to making direct copies from a factory part, or designing & making your own version of a part with very similar styling features? I read an article once about the issue of "trade dress" & design infringement.

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Was that due to making direct copies from a factory part, or designing & making your own version of a part with very similar styling features? .


Anybody can sue anyone for any reason at any time. Big companies with lots of corporate lawyers on the payroll routinely harrass small busineses and individuals. It doesn't mean they are right, it just means they will intimidate most to give in rather than wage an expensive legal battle.

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I knew it would be hard to get good pics during the show on Saturday at my shop, so I took some pics of the Arch-Rival prior to the show.



Yes, we already know that it needs to be lowered.....



Curley likes pics of the new mirrors.....





Always gotta have a couple of pics of the doors open......





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These are the 2 best pics from that day. They show the nice clean modern look of the decklid/rear window area before they are subject to more changes.....





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WOW Archie!
Looking good.....I keep wanting to do that window/hatch on my car every time I see it.
Very modern looking!!

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Oh, and the mirrors add a lot to the car as well!!!
Good choice Curly!!

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MUST......
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MUST......
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I'll ask Archie tommorow sell me one of those drop spindles, hehe.

 
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Oh, and the mirrors add a lot to the car as well!!!
Good choice Curly!!


Thanks. It's one of the only ways to clear those big hips...up, outward, and over!

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I knew it would be hard to get good pics during the show on Saturday at my shop, so I took some pics of the Arch-Rival prior to the show.


Yes, we already know that it needs to be lowered.....



Curley likes pics of the new mirrors.....





Thanks Archie for posting new pics (for me) of the 360s and reshaped fog vents. The car is slowly being reshaped and tweaked to death! Boy do I hate untweaked stock parts!

Any pics in front with both doors up or closed?

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this is a true fiero supercar
i am totally impressed

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Thanks Rob on the nice 360 mirror job. The tri-angular piece is nicely fitted over the modified area and retro fitted with the 360 mounting surface.






Your skills are now need for the up coming F430, hehe.

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Fiero 360 version:


The Real deal 360 version:


Tappered dreams:



Reality check:

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ok i love what you did, it needs to be lowered for sure, and i think just my opinion, you should do a lil more with the rear bumper, you changed eveything but that, and the fiero gt side effects still show on rear bumper but no where else.

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I agree but i guess some fiero-ness needs to show through.

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[QUOTE]Originally posted by fieroman22:

ok i love what you did, it needs to be lowered for sure, and i think just my opinion, you should do a lil more with the rear bumper, you changed eveything but that, and the fiero gt side effects still show on rear bumper but no where else.


He definatly has a plan for that.

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frickin awesome but IMO the skirt on the front bumper (where it drops down in front of the front wheel) needs to be rounded more, it's the only sharp angle i see on the whole car, everything else flows really well

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New items for #020: Dakota Digital tire monitors. I'm hoping to have the monitor installed into the Pisa dash similar to #015 chopper.






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TPMS in a Fiero, nice. This thing is going to be insane, any thoughts on a color yet? Red almost seems fitting because it is very similar to a ferrari.

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A good visual of the 360s out and away from the rear hips. The 360s arm stand swing forward and backwards in preventing possible damage while parking your car in the garage or on the streets. If you've notice I have a little bit of rust near the radiator area, but the rust will be addressed at a later date. The pic is to demonstrate the mirrors, fog vents, and most importantly how Archie and the Crew are changing & modernizing the over-all look of the Fiero. IMO the 360s will no doubt inspire others to venture into different types of mirrors. Stay tuned! Oh yeah, I know the car isn't lowered and the hood isn't finished, hehe.




Styling from a real Modena; I think the differences are far apart keeping the Arch Rival separate and definitely not equal, hehe.

 
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TPMS in a Fiero, nice. This thing is going to be insane, any thoughts on a color yet? Red almost seems fitting because it is very similar to a ferrari.


A Candy Brandy wine or Ferrari, Viper red.

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Bump!






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Updating the Fiero: Tweaking the Fiero using Ferrari 360 Modena side mirrors.








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