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Madcurl's Arch Rival !! by exoticse
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Originally posted by Archie:

Like they say on ESPN.....

C'Mon Man! ......

Roll that baby out in the driveway & take some decent pictures.

C'Mon Man!

Archie


What he said !!

lol btw Cris Carter, from ESPN who does that c'mon man segment, and i grew up together and were teammates in high school !

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Hey Curly since I let your blue monster hang out in my garage for awhile maybe you can let the silver one hang out for a few maybe that will heìp me get a toy going at my place again.
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Sorry bout the dbl post

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Originally posted by exoticse:


What he said !!

lol btw Cris Carter, from ESPN who does that c'mon man segment, and i grew up together and were teammates in high school !



Cool!

That c'mon man segment is my favorite reason to watch that show.

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Nothing new. Too busy.

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Okay, time for a change.









Parts are in:

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Raining on and off here and no time to take pics.





Oh well, the shop did get me a set of lock screws for the Camero hood vents. I saw a blue Camero parked next to me the other day. Amazing how you can tweak your car using simple parts already available.

Meanwhile, http://www.fiero.nl/forum/F...0802-7.html#lastpost

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Originally posted by Archie:

Like they say on ESPN.....

C'Mon Man! ......

Roll that baby out in the driveway & take some decent pictures.

C'Mon Man!

Archie


C'Mon Man!

Archie

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i cannot believe how amazing this looks but i do agree outside pics needed. also a burnout video !

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C'Mon Man!

Archie



Blame it on day light savings time. After visiting relatives, by the time I got around to tweaking #020 there was barely sunlight left. However, fresh pics on the 25th. I spent the remaining time testing the clearance on the 20x12's and I notice I need a taller sleeve. The current sleeves are 5" and maybe 6-8 should do the trick. The spring too might need changing and I think a 10" tall 400 rate spring should work fine. The original rear springs were 12" from D1S. These work just fine and the ride was perfect.




The new springs are okay, but 10" would be better along with a taller sleeve.


Although there's clearance (1 finger width) I'd like to get the spring beyond the tire area (similar to #022).


5" isn't enough.


As you can see I need more height.

Anyway, I'll have to call WCF this week for taller sleeves and spring. It was around 16:00hrs and I was about to pull the car out for pics, but the car didn't start. It was then I noticed that I was out of gas. BTW, great job V8Archie for hooking up the Dakota Digital fuel gauge. I must say that it's way better than the stock gauge. As you can see it's reading, "03" which means I'm out of gas. I remember putting nearly 5 gallons when the car was at the shop.


By the time I got back from the gas station it was too late for any good pics, but I hope to take several on the 25th. Sorry about that Archie.

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I got a chance to button down the Camero hood vents except for one screw on each side! It must be the extra, extra think paint on the bottom of the hood. Oh well, three out of four will have to do for now.





As I mentioned, I lost the sunlight, but for now this was the best I could do for tonight.








I switched out the right side for comparison views. The black HRE 547 are for #015, but I like the option of using both styles.

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Curly i am going to have to teach you how to take better pics !
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Gorgeous car! You should rethink the rim choice. That black set looks better with the car than the bright chrome set imo. It matches the black accents you have around the car. Regardless its beautiful! Thank you for sharing it!
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As promised. #020 devue (these pics are for V8Archie and the Crew).





I waited for the better part of the day, but the sun didn't come out today. It's 44 degrees here.

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As you can see that the 20x12 are out there, but visually they look sweeeeet!





The 20x11 are nice, but 12" visually is aggressive.





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WOW !!!!!

Now those are some pics !!

Curly that is truly a work of art.
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Oh yeah, the Camero bow tie wing and side vent.



Gotta love Norm's front C6 flipper.



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Morbidly stupid phat 345 P Rosso's.



305/25/20.

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I guess blue and red go together pretty well huh??
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I guess blue and red go together pretty well huh??


Yep. I'm following Jscott's lead. I need a white Fiero to complete the set.















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I haven't posted here in forever but I have to say, it's ABOUT TIME.

My Fiero was stolen/totalled 4 years ago and this thread was kicking then!
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Yep. I'm following Jscott's lead. I need a white Fiero to complete the set.






NOPE... What you need is to take those insane looking wheels and tires off this blue car. Love #20 black wheels but these on this blue car look absurd. Hope thats not too blunt but man that needs to be fixed bro.
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Testing a theory today.

I don't like the painted area behind the wheels and since this area will eventually get roughed up I thought by adding flares or mud flaps might make a soon-to-be ugly area pop!




and it works!









I made a templet and copied the pattern onto the C6 mud flaps (front and rear). I couldn't hold the part close to the fender while holding the camera, but you get the idea. I'll have to do a bit more tweaking, but the part looks OEM and in black. The flaps should accent the rest of the blacked out areas.



I'll have to use a piece from the inners to patch up the area were it's now red. I will now buy two more sets for the other choppers. It would be a nice piece to fiberglass for those who have the MadArch kit.

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I had to go back twice to WCF for trimmings, but the weather was nice.



While I was there I saw this:

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NOPE... What you need is to take those insane looking wheels and tires off this blue car. Love #20 black wheels but these on this blue car look absurd. Hope thats not too blunt but man that needs to be fixed bro.


What don't you like about those wheels? Personally, they are my favorite set of HRE's that madcurl owns.

The blue car is up for a widebody treatment eventually if that's what you're worried about. Madcurl hasn't even began to tweak that monster yet, but might just be my favorite once he does (I got mad love for notchies).

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What don't you like about those wheels? Personally, they are my favorite set of HRE's that madcurl owns.

The blue car is up for a widebody treatment eventually if that's what you're worried about. Madcurl hasn't even began to tweak that monster yet, but might just be my favorite once he does (I got mad love for notchies).




Thanks. Oh yeah, bwy-you are correct.

I hope to have the car looking similar to MotorTV's notchie using the MadArch widebody kit-

As you can see, using the MadArch widebody notchie kit you don't need a chop for it looks good "as-is."





The car's color will remain blue (as-is) using the blacked out HRE 445's. The HRE were on Ebay for $900. I told others about the wheels but nobody (at the time) could envision them being tweaked. The 445's were sent to HRE in CA for tweaking. The wheels were originally 18x8, but were morbidly changed to 18x12(r), 18x8.5(f). The lips are gloss black and the centers are flat black. I hope to continue John Tennay's vision of creating a truely tweaked out 3800SC w/turbo. The only changes will be; the body, seats, wingless, wheels, and re-tweaking of the Norm's front flipper by V8Archie and the Crew.

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NIce touch with the c6 splash guards I have them on my white c6 the black and being just big enough really do make an area that will end up trashed pop Nice
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NIce touch with the c6 splash guards I have them on my white c6 the black and being just big enough really do make an area that will end up trashed pop Nice


Thanks. The splash guards will now be included in all of my projects.
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I just want to say all BS to the side you have put together a very nice looking car.
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I just want to say all BS to the side you have put together a very nice looking car.


Thanks, but the credit goes to V8Archie and the Crew, Norm, Troyboy, Exoticse, and Fiero4.9 for if it wasn't for these people #020 would have never been built.

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The HRE were on Ebay for $900. I told others about the wheels but nobody (at the time) could envision them being tweaked. The 445's were sent to HRE in CA for tweaking. The wheels were originally 18x8, but were morbidly changed to 18x12(r), 18x8.5(f). The lips are gloss black and the centers are flat black.



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So many pictures but none all lit up!? I'm sure I'm not the only one who wants to see those blacked out side markers and tail lights come to life. Headlights too.
This has gotta be one of the best looking modded fieros out there!
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So many pictures but none all lit up!? I'm sure I'm not the only one who wants to see those blacked out side markers and tail lights come to life. Headlights too.
This has gotta be one of the best looking modded fieros out there!


Sorry. The shop disconnected all of the lights (except the rear-LOL) and one of the "PONTIAC" light is out. No big deal for I had them all lit up before (except the side black out lights).

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What don't you like about those wheels? Personally, they are my favorite set of HRE's that madcurl owns.

The blue car is up for a widebody treatment eventually if that's what you're worried about. Madcurl hasn't even began to tweak that monster yet, but might just be my favorite once he does (I got mad love for notchies).




I figured that is were it was going and that is what I was referring to. LOL Yes, thank you Curly for putting a widebody on her as it will look MUCH better.
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I don't know..........You made a nice car BUT I think I would rather buy one of these and have plenty left over for gas


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our builders and owners can have the confidence that their cars are actually race proven.

The Superlite SLC has great looks, a modern chassis, and now, a racing history.

It’s a beautiful thing.

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Sorry. The shop disconnected all of the lights (except the rear-LOL) and one of the "PONTIAC" light is out. No big deal for I had them all lit up before (except the side black out lights).





It's all the little things that make a car special............ no need for lights
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I also like this car better............




But what do I know I'm just a kit car owner.
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I also like this car better............




But what do I know I'm just a kit car owner.


Funny that you mentioned Factory Five. I've been talking to the owner and have reached a down payment and what I want. You can see the details regarding what I want on the SEMA thread.


Here's a few pics:

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I don't know..........You made a nice car BUT I think I would rather buy one of these and have plenty left over for gas


Superlite SLC Intro
Beauty on the outside, beauty on the inside.

The Superlite SLC was designed and engineered by a small group of dedicated engineers, designers and craftsmen
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Nah, I like Factory Five and for 50k you're "good to go." There's a GTM on Ebay right now for 50k and with a LS engine and another one for 100k. I think either F5 would look sweet inside my garage next to #020. If you want one real bad I can give you his #.

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