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Madcurl's Arch Rival !! by exoticse
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Nice progress.

Man it is really coming along. That front is going to be really menacing when you get the driving lights installed.

BTW,....i see taaaaaape ! hehehe, thread followers all know what that means.

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Originally posted by exoticse:
Nice progress.

Man it is really coming along. That front is going to be really menacing when you get the driving lights installed.

BTW,....i see taaaaaape ! hehehe, thread followers all know what that means.


Tape. A horrible thing to waste.







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Gawd those are sexy pics.....

I am sure you have answered this before, but what color are you going to paint it?

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Originally posted by Falcon Fiero:

Gawd those are sexy pics.....

I am sure you have answered this before, but what color are you going to paint it?




Burgandy pearl

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Cant wait till its done! Beautiful car, btw I love the stock taillights

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Burgandy pearl Ahh black.




Lets get going.



Precut stage.


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It was a bit nippy outside so I decided to play inside the garage.





After masking around the passenger side fog lamp I reversed the pattern and placed it on the driver side fog lamp for the correct size.





While I'm at it-I decided to get rid of straight hood scoop flow and opt for a V-shape.


The single blue tape line is where the scoop begins.





I reversed the image and marked the passenger side.



Around noon the weather was warmer outside so I took the project to the backyard.


Once glassed, I'll have Trendzs take it from there and smooth things out. At least I won't have to continually watch them. I might have time next week.

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Any cutting today ?

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Any cutting today ?


Maybe not today. I'm headed over to WCF now.

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I stopped by WCF to have Steve work his magic. He's excellent with aluminum and here's a sample of his handy work.

First off we needed to remove the excess portion from the Audi lamps using the band saw. I had previously removed one lamp using the Dremmel, but it died on me.





The idea behind this modification is to house the Audi lamp, connect the Corvette fog lamp, and mount the entire bracket underneath C6 headlamps. Although not fully 100% sure it was going to work, but in my mind it was going to work.





Following the Audi a templet was made.



So far-so good.







Now for the ears (bracket).





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You might be wondering why the need for aluminum bracket. The reason is simple. It allows for the shape to smoothly wrap in and around both lamps, but like the Saturn Sky I can have the aluminum chromed. Also, since the Fog lamps housed in a angle-the aluminum will clean up the gaps (if somebody should decide to look underneath.







Onto the next one.



Ears done.





If you recall I had Steve make the outer curved ones on Wednesday. The curved ones will be on the outside which will separate the two lamp systems. We need to make a lower bracket to attach all three parts.


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Audi are not mounted, but you get the idea where I'm headed.



If you can imagine for a moment-the aluminum piece will be chromed thus blending the two parts and adding a bit of non-kit-car flow.



The desired goal is simple: USE YOUR BRAIN, IMAGINATION, & TWEAK IT BEFORE YOU BOLT IT.





To be continued:

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That Audi light that you got fabbed up looks great and goes with the car perfectly! Something about the light below seems off, though...

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Is something like this where your headed Curley?

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Is something like this where your headed Curley?



No, but it's a very nice Photoshop and thanks for cleaning up the side vent. If can explain. The contour of the nose doesn't match the shape of the Audi driving lamps. That was the main reason why V8Archie recessed and angled the Corvette fog light. Therefore I need to have Audi light follow the same curvature of the fog lamps (believe-it-or-not both items have the same curve). The aluminum bar will join both parts, but will add a bit of "pop" to the area-similarly seen on the Saturn Sky and few other European cars.

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Here a idea of what I'm trying to accomplish. Instead of the normal way of mounting the lamps (one on top of the other)-I wanted to separate the two using a bridge or in situation metal.


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The master of photoshop-fourpoint9's:

#020 will be painted pearl burgundy, but I must admit black is tempting.



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Thanks fourpoint9.

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The master of photoshop-fourpoint9's:



I think the black might need a bit of pop on those vents,



Nice to see more progress with this car! Good luck on deciding a color.

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Looks like the black color is my final choice. I had to go back to the SEMA thread to regain my sanity. i'll remove the rear bumper and have it painted black/wet sanded, and polished.

A black colored cars; difficult to take pics;





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Black will hide all of the detail!!!!

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Originally posted by Falcon Fiero:

Black will hide all of the detail!!!!


True. I'm not 100% decided. I'll have the bumper painted black and then make a decision.
I only had a few minutes before sunset so I jumped on the side vents. I measured at least 6-times before I finally decided to start cutting. Using one side a templet I marked the side that need some minor detail.




Retraced the pattern on the other side.



V8Archie did a pretty good job making both fog lamps symmetrical-making my job easy.



I use the hand held mini disc wheel to get the area down to the mark.



Done for now:



WCF is next. I need to get the angle for the outer flange and have the two or three part welded.

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Originally posted by Falcon Fiero:

Black will hide all of the detail!!!!


Black Is best with black on black, With some black windows

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The Arch Rival at WCF.

Today I needed a few items performed and WCF was the shop. Steve worked his magic and Chris extended the coil pack wires.


Chris working on the wiring.





Previously, I had opened the driving lamp area. The goal is simple: install the Audi lamps-no if/ands/or buts.





Steve started work on the lower shelf for the lights.









Do they fit? Yes.



The ears will be glass onto the body or I might have piece of aluminum tapped and mount in place. Either way we seem to be on the right track.





Yeah, the Audi lamps work. I now have to come up with a idea for the front using the flanges I had made last week. I'm not 100% out of the woods.



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NICE !

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NICE !


I second that WOW !!

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Since #020 is being worked on at WCF-might as well mount these puppies on.

 
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The package weight was 138 pound so it wasn't like it was going anywhere.



It's amazing that the CD wasn't destroyed by the weight of the contents.




I'll need to have the Corvette repainted for the paint is coming off. Oh well, they were repaints anyway. I guess the original owner wanted to go the cheap route.


One thing is for sure--- stock is out!


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Air intake day ut with the old-in with the new.












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WCF extended the coil pack wires. Now the relocation of the coil pack.







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dont put it to far away as the wire resistance can not exceed 50 ohms if it does the coils wont fire the plugs

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dont put it to far away as the wire resistance can not exceed 50 ohms if it does the coils wont fire the plugs



Thanks.














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After market cruise control relocated. This should clear-up the engine compartment a bit.



Ordering ignition wires from CHRFAB on Thursday.

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I'm having the computer and wires attached to the belly of the trunk and away from the exhaust. Normally the wires are attached to the top of the valve cover.



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No coil pack and cruise control relocated for a cleaner look.







Slowly I'm getting my "pop" back. Where's my shades hehe.

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I would like to meet up with you one of these days up there Curly. After I get my "smog legal" air cleaner on, I want to head up there and see that work of art in person

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Today was mixed bag of "to-do" things. First, extending, heat shielding the electrical wiring, and mounting the exhaust (albeit a rusty one).







I drove to Auto Zone for heat shielding material too withstand the radiant heat from the exhaust system.





The wire loom is mounted to the belly of the trunk

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I would like to meet up with you one of these days up there Curly. After I get my "smog legal" air cleaner on, I want to head up there and see that work of art in person


Yeah, we need to hook-up again-soon.

2005 in Bakersfield, CA.



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Meanwhile on the bottom. I installed the exhaust system and it sure looks pretty compared to the previous single duel pipes. However, the right side is a bit off so the 90 degree will need modification (no biggie).



As you can see the right exhaust it off. While have the pipe corrected on Friday.



A minor cut in the corner should do the trick.



Since the CATs have rush cancer-we're replacing the other CAT's skin on Friday. This is what happens when your car resides near the ocean. Steve (@WCF) will make a cover made of aluminum and I'll have that
chromed (similar to #011 CATs).

#011 example;






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Okay, back on top. A few minor adjustments, but everything seems to fit just fine








Re-using the Fiero's stock deck lid nuts to bolt down the beautification we needed to shave just a bit off the corner to allow for the banjo-like strut covers and center piece to fit into place. There's a connecting piece that will cover over were the two parts connect.



Minor setback. I called CHRF and the need to special order the ignition wires and it will take 1-2 weeks before delivery. Therefore, temporarily we're using the old location. Upon arrival we'll mount the coil-pack under the car (similar to what BMWGuru performs). See I look at other threads.



As you can see-the area looks cluttered.

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Man that is looking sharp! I hope you stick with the red color, though.

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Man that is looking sharp! I hope you stick with the red color, though.



As long as he doesn't paint it the color of that tape they've got there :P. That color looks oddly familiar.

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