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Sport Fiero by fourpoint9
Started on: 09-07-2006 09:38 PM
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i love the song veary appropreate lol and i was looking at the same leds to use in my tails, cause the 4 inch rounds wont fit i can get them for liek 9 bucks apice for good quality ones, oh and back to what i was jumping in here for im not sure if youve tryed yet but have you talked to Norm yet about making your parts im not sure if he would or if that would work out but he dose amasing work and is not to far from me WWW.Normsfiberglass.com maby you can try talking to him, id be willing to lend him a hand glassing if he needed it and i could get over there

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You asked for it. (I used a great song - you'll like it) It shows my LED tail lights and my stereo install.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBNt5MoRuAM



they look awesome, how difficult was it to make a panel to mount them inside the stock lense section? and how difficult was the wiring?

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Report this Post06-19-2008 01:01 AM Click Here to See the Profile for fourpoint9Click Here to Email fourpoint9Send a Private Message to fourpoint9Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

My brother in law runs a machine shop that makes parts for Boeing. My father in law runs his flow jet which cut out my amp rack. The tail light bracket they cut with a huge stamping machine. I think I still have the drawing I made that they used, PM me if you want a copy



I used a Hotronics PG-3, No Load Flasher For LED Taillights.
http://www.hotrodhotline.co...ch/05hotronicstech2/

Wiring was simple.
Because the notchback tail lights have the brake light shared with the turn signal
I had to cut the grey wire on the brake light switch and run a new wire.
The sequential turn signals have a flasher system built in so it makes them flash a little random because of two flashers, but it looks fine.

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If I added a scoop on every corner I'd have to go wide body too.



I hope you're not going to un-do that nice orange paint job. Maybe better to start a new chassis.

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Report this Post06-19-2008 11:58 AM Click Here to See the Profile for fourpoint9Click Here to Email fourpoint9Send a Private Message to fourpoint9Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

No, it will stay as-is. photoshop mods are free. Though I may have to do something different on the wife's car. We have a 3.4 DOHC engine, just need to find a nice fiero with a blown motor on craigslist for cheap.

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Hey fourpoint,

Have you tried talking to some of the existing Fiero retailers about reproduction of these bumpers, like V8 Archie, or Pisa Fiero? They already do plenty of body kits, maybe contracting them out would be an option.

Also, I'm not sure if the people you made bumpers for backed out or not, but if they did, for either front or back, let me know... I've got funding for both, but I'm mostly in need of a rear bumper.

Finally, I have to be honest my friend, you have created one of the best notchback mods out there. Thank you for doing something for just us non-GT guys.

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Report this Post10-05-2008 12:25 AM Click Here to See the Profile for fourpoint9Click Here to Email fourpoint9Send a Private Message to fourpoint9Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Dyno day with the NWQuattro Club

197 whp 270 ftlbs


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I am glad you came. IT was different seeing the numbers that thing put out. You should be proud!

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Got a 217 on my first run but they did not have my car tied down well, so the chart had bounces in it.

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Report this Post10-07-2008 06:21 PM Click Here to See the Profile for kevinClick Here to Email kevinSend a Private Message to kevinEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Holy Crap man

That car is beautiful, ergonamically well balanced, it sits corectly and sounds outstanding. I wish to get a ride in it someday. I just had to let you know...

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the car is awesome i love it
want it need some more of it

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it was awesome to hear this thing first hand as it screamed on the dyno. felt it in my chest!

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Unbelievable job on everything. I love the bumpers and the entire car. Well done man.

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Got a 217 on my first run but they did not have my car tied down well, so the chart had bounces in it.





Nice numbers, what does Lance have done to his speed 3?
I have one and am split on building a Fiero or modding the speed.
I think I would get more fun with a Fiero...the only time I use the speed is when the wife is with me and she doesnt let me have any fun. Only gonna get worse when our daughter is born. Atleast with a Fiero I'd probably be alone most of the time, and just give her the Speed 3.

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That Speed3 was amazing. It only had a FMIC, and put down those numbers!

Look at #7....that was the sickest dyno ever. A completely bone stock Mercedes E55 AMG.....It was completely silent. All you read were the rollers spinning at 155MPH when he hit the speed governor. Looking at his gragh he still could have made more power. Talk about seriously under-rating their car! YIKES

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A friendly bump.

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I LOVE THIS CAR!!!!!! LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE IT.

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So did you ever engaged on this project? If anyone has the skills to make it happen is you.
Needless to say if you ever did made these flares your car will be to me one of the best looking Fiero ever!
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No, it will stay as-is. photoshop mods are free. Though I may have to do something different on the wife's car. We have a 3.4 DOHC engine, just need to find a nice fiero with a blown motor on craigslist for cheap.


Hmmm... Is that the same engine you got from me right before I moved?

 
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So did you ever engaged on this project? If anyone has the skills to make it happen is you.
Needless to say if you ever did made these flares your car will be to me one of the best looking Fiero ever!
JG


If you've never seen this car in person, then please believe me when I say that those flares would NOT do it justice... As-is, it's currently one of those cars that you just can't help but stare at... Almost like it's seducing you (for lack of a better way to put it...). And if you have seen it in person, then you probably already know exactly what I'm talking about.
Great job Steve! You gonna be at Daytona?
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One of the best looking rear bumpers on the market.

The front too.






Terrific fab work. Really modernizes the look.

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Hmmm... Is that the same engine you got from me right before I moved?

Great job Steve! You gonna be at Daytona?
-Paul


Hello Paul, I see in your thread you are keeping busy buying up Fieros to match the fleet you had here.
I miss having a Fiero owning neighbor. Yeah the 3.4DOHC that you sold me (thank you) will go in our (I tell my wife it's her's) '87 Blue coupe.
Trek to Daytona ? You know that would take me a week each way. Might try to make it to a Cali event someday.. Songman invited me to his Coast Run.

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Nice numbers man, lots of torque : If you ever decide a you want a little more out of the 4.9, an RPM based progressive nitrous system, 75-100 shot, would give you an extra 100 HP without exceding the max torque you're already making (no extra stress on the drivetrain or fuel economy that way) Your curve would look more like this:

Sweet, sweet ride none the less

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Something like this? http://www.jegs.com/p/NOS/955188/10002/-1

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This is the one I have http://www.jegs.com/i/NOS/741/15977/10002/-1 it's cheaper because it doesn't come with the handheld programmer, but a laptop works fine and you only have to program it once. Since you already know what your torque curve looks like you could set it at 0% at 3600 RPM and ramp up to 100% at 5200 with a 100 HP shot wet system. Heres a sniper system with a bottle that would match your car http://www.jegs.com/i/NOS/741/07006/10002/-1 Orange Bottle! Now you gotta do it.

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I promised to Madcurl of my new chrome bolt upgrade.





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WOW!!! I was sorta getting tired of my notchie untill I seen this thread. I have a new love for my car now. I will be making a close copy this summer I think. HUGE props for the custom work. Did you use a pink foam for the skirts for the mold?

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Yeah Owens Corning insulation from Home Depot. But the resin will eat it so you need to cover it with bondo or plaster when making a plug.

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So use the foam to make the form and cover it in bondo. Then cover with fiberglass and once fiberglass is set dig out the foam. Does that about cover the basic process?

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Here's a couple of good "how to build a fiberglass mold" websites:

http://www.fiberlay.com/howto/issue1.htm

http://www.fibreglast.com/c...onstruction-170.html

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I should be making some for sell but it will not be in the near future.
I have to finish the side skirts - plugs, molds and parts.
When I get that done I will have to do my interior - Mr.Mikes Seats and Door panels.
When my car is complete I will have time to make more parts.
I will keep posting my progress.
I have a brother and a friend or two who may want to help, we'll see what happens.


still thinking of making some to sell.. I know its been a long time just asking.

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I do not have the time or money to do fiberglassing in my driveway this summer.
I have a 3.4 DOHC engine swap for my 87 Blue Coupe to do if I can find the time.
I have (for the Coupe).a pair of bumpers that I will prep someday along with a set of side skirts.
When they are ready for paint I will make molds or have some made by Precision Plastics.

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Something like this? http://www.jegs.com/p/NOS/955188/10002/-1



Was this photo taken at Pacific speedway?

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Yes, Pacific Raceways, on the road going in for the Pacific NW Historics. http://www.northwesthistorics.com/ Coming up this year on July 4th.

Here's one of the Jet City Fieros on our way to do a couple of laps.

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aww man, well if you do get around to it.. please let me know i am very interested.

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I promised to Madcurl of my new chrome bolt upgrade.





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hows your blue 3.4 swap comming,

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bump for updates hows the car running made any changes?? and still, when ever you have those molds made let me know how much for the kit and ill start getting money together lol

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I think this build is pretty much completed.

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I'm planning a custom dash. Need to save up for the gauges first.

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