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No problem.


You have mail.

In other news. I called the shop. They're allowing the paint to cure in the hot sun and on Monday begins the color sanding and buffing. My guess it will take another two more weeks before #020 is home again.

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The car is looking great! Nice to see the amount of detail you put in hasn't changed. Love it!

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Hey Tony, the shop has a few pics of the installation of the C5 headlamps. Can you resize and post? They mentioned sometime on Friday, but as you know-that means Monday. LOL. Either way, I should have the chopper back by at least 05Oct2012 on a Friday (if everything goes right).



















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Thanks Tony for posting. I ordered a new set of Michelin Pilot Super Sport II 255/30/19 for the fronts and the tires should arrive on Monday for mounting. The 305's still have meat on them, so I'll change those out maybe next year to 325/25/20. The PZeros are sticky and soft, but I wanted to go up in size and Michelin's are one of the few tire company's using a 255 and 325 and are cheaper than the PZeros.

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C6 Headlamps.

Pondering the colors.





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C6 Headlamps.

Pondering the colors.









I like the black ones breaks thing up a little. Just my 2 cents.By the way the car looks great madcurl.

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I've voted for black headlights since you chose the red paint color.

The red lights just get drowned with the rest of the red.

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At first look I liked the red but black stands out more or you could always go red and smoke the covers.

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I am up for black. It breaks up the front a bit

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Digital pics;












(headlamps are not mounted-for comparison views)

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tuff call both would look good

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The underside is looking good. Skipping out on finishing the job would have been a major failure. It cost me an extra $400 bucks, but I'm happy and I can sleep at night. IMHO that's what counts.





While I was inspecting the hood I notice they forgot to paint the inside of the radiator vent black.



However, I told the shop to bypass the area between the headlight and were the Audi driving light are located, because this area is blocked by the lights. I hope not to go back and repaint the car again, but since 99% of the Norm's C6 flipper is now smoothed out-I won't have any issues unless Bambi runs into my car.





From viewing the pictures I believe the red headlamps aren't same color as the paint. Thus black wins be default.



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or...you can do what MADMODS did with his Solstice...black with color matched accent rings:





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Depending upon which set used I got my meats this week from the TireRack. These tires are for the fronts since I used the old PRosso's on my work car.






The rubber isn't as hard compared to the PRosso's and they are a bit cheaper. The 255/30/19 are IMHO the best side for 8.5-9" front wheels for a Fiero. I like the 235's too, but these look better.



The shop up north is a bit better at mount custom wheels. The guy who mounts them is off on Monday's so I left the wheels at the shop.

I got the fronts chromed at New Wheel in Anaheim CA. I like polish wheels and all, but the clowns here in CA out lawed the wheel cleaning agent I commonly use. I'll get the rear's chromed too once the car comes back from the paint shop.




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or...you can do what MADMODS did with his Solstice...black with color matched accent rings:


Nice suggestion but I already have a set of Audi driving lights (the same as Troy's) so it it's already lighting up like a Xmas tree.

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tuff call both would look good


 
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I've voted for black headlights since you chose the red paint color.

The red lights just get drowned with the rest of the red.


 
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At first look I liked the red but black stands out more or you could always go red and smoke the covers.


 
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I am up for black. It breaks up the front a bit




Okay, black it is. I gotten the same response from exoticse and 4.9fiero too. Red is nice, but not nice enough. The SEMA Corvette too had black, but in Carbon fiber. Those are 1k and I'm not going there.

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Pics from Trends today.





That is all.

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Madcurl. Love what you're doing. What color is that paint? (Sorry if you already said, i looked.) Very impressive.

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Madcurl. Love what you're doing. What color is that paint? (Sorry if you already said, i looked.) Very impressive.


Victory Red. The color is known by other names as well.

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Same gas station in both pics.



Five hours later:













The Chopper was out of gas and the battery was low. We finalized a few details and called it a day. Gas price this was $4.45 earlier in the day and when I got back it was $4.65. The gas jumped .20 in three hours!

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The shop was busy this week so not much was done on #020. However, I decided to get a visual for myself today. I mounted the Camero vents on the flipper to see the impact the parts would have on the hood. The little black insert piece isn't painted, but you get the idea.














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The shop was running behind on the project so I decided to mount the front grill for visuals.















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F360's:











The F360 really bring out the wideness of the MadArch wide body. A improvement over the stock side mirrors.

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Please take the time to adjust the drivers side exhaust upward so it matches the passenger side - every pic I see I want to reach down and align it, but my arms won't reach from the East coast

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Please take the time to adjust the drivers side exhaust upward so it matches the passenger side - every pic I see I want to reach down and align it, but my arms won't reach from the East coast

Jim


Okay, the next time I hope too be at the shop I will.

The shop found the two brackets for the C6 headlights. We decided to pass on using the black C6 headlights thus change out when I gets some miles on the car. The black visually are better than the reds, but I didn't want to mess up a nice headlight so, I'll wait until I find one on Ebay.




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Ordered new meats up front.











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The Funks Grove fix. In 2008 I was leaving V8Archie's in IL and there was construction work being done on the hwy. Apparently, there was a major height change in the road and that caused some damage to the passenger side of the C6 flipper, the headlight mounting point, and the HRE 547 front wheel. I was pissing, but in the end the last of the three issues was fixed. The shop in Tehachapi fixed the mounting point, Trends the fender lip, and New Wheel in Anaheim Ca fixed the HRE wheel. The cost for fixing the wheel was about $240 or so. I had them chrome the wheel too.



The front wheel is a 19x9 mounted on a 255/30/19 Sport Pilot. This this is a bit wider and has a protective lip (not much but better than the PZero tire).


The old PZero mounted on the work car.


I use the old 255/30/19 during the summer and it was a blast! I got some good use out of them, but now I'm down to the "wear mark" so they have to go.

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The shop is finished wet sanding the chopper and are now polishing the car and late today the splash guards and front side markers go on! Meanwhile, I got the front right tire mounted and is ready to go.

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Last Thursday's pics: Re-wet sanding again.
















A PT Cruiser headlight.

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Got these pics sent to me around noon today.




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I decided to take a look for myself.







They spray painted behind the vent.





Now the black screen won't stand out due to the backside being painted.





Before:



before:


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I like the black accents. They add a bit more detail to the hatchback.

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Please take the time to adjust the drivers side exhaust upward so it matches the passenger side - every pic I see I want to reach down and align it, but my arms won't reach from the East coast

Jim


Before:


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The new smoked out C6 side markers were a challenge, but in the end the shop prevailed. They had to shaved down some of the edges of the marker to fix. It took Mima several hours for he didn't want to break the light, but when Joe came by he popped them on in no time!

As you can see the light isn't flush, but i do like how the enlarged side vent gives the C6 Flipper more detail.







After carving out the opening they were able to fit the marker in.





We're moving pretty slow, but the car should be completed by Saturday-I hope.

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are they going to install the audi lights before it leaves the shop ??

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are they going to install the audi lights before it leaves the shop ??


No. The electrical wiring isn't hooked up so I need to head back to WCF for that using a piggy-back bracket from either the C6 Fog light or C6 headlamp. The Audi lights will be housed between the two using one or both areas to bolt-up too. The only thing Trends did was to make sure the part fits up to the opening using the aluminum bracket that was made earlier.




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How much longer before you're done Curly?

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