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An Exotic Adventure,..the Rebirth of Choptop #4 ! by exoticse
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Originally posted by doublec4:

Hood vent I see?


Maybe,...considering cutting up and modifying one of these.





A slight tweek from this possible final vision.



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If you do custom headlights it may compliment the lines of the car more. The stock pop ups are very "square" and don't line up with the lines of the scoop

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Nothing written in stone, just pondering for now.

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Tony, that hood vent looks HOT! If you need any help with that, I'd be glad to assist!

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Tony, that hood vent looks HOT! If you need any help with that, I'd be glad to assist!


Thanks Mike ! Not normally my style but i saw something simlair on a concept design and it looked pretty sharp.

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An update for ya.
today I was able to get a few pictures of the car for you so look at the PM.
I also started the headers today. I got the headers fitted and tacked now I have them off to weld them all up. I need to go to Headman to get collectors and pipe for the down tube.
the motor and trans is mounted to the cradle now and once I finish the exhaust I will start on the wires.
that is it for now.
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the hood vent setting on the car.



and a pic of my wheel on your car.

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Wow, Wow, and Wow !!!

Thanks Dean !!

You sure now how to put a person into excitement overload !

The swap, the wheels, and the hood has a fella drooling and dreaming !

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and a pic of my wheel on your car.

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where can i get these! front and back!

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and a pic of my wheel on your car.



where can i get these! front and back!

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bonspeed.

http://www.bonspeedwheels.com/

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Some more angles of the hood scoop/ven







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Nice. You can't go wrong with a 5-star rim. I hope you nabbed those puppies.

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hey exoticse awesome build im planning on doing a 3800 swap myself only using a 98 buick rivera motor and trans. i know the wirings not going to be excatly the same but when you get around to doing that part can you kinda lay it out for me step by step if its not to much trouble so i can have something to go by? it would be greatly apreciated.

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Where did you get the blue hood vent?

Thanks.

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hey exoticse awesome build im planning on doing a 3800 swap myself only using a 98 buick rivera motor and trans. i know the wirings not going to be excatly the same but when you get around to doing that part can you kinda lay it out for me step by step if its not to much trouble so i can have something to go by? it would be greatly apreciated.


Dean is handling all the wiring and installation.

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Where did you get the blue hood vent?

Thanks.


purchased it from Whadeduck. Not sure where he got it.

He would have to answer that question.

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Hi, all
My internet was down for a few days due to comcast running new wires but I am back up now.
an update on Tony's car is this.

I have finished the headers and they are at the coater now and will be back in 2 weeks. I have also started on the wires and the filler neck as well as delete the EGR.
I will post up some pic's again soon.
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Tony,
i LIKE that hood vent!!
Should really enhance that wide body you been thinking about, after the engine swap is done!!!
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Nice. You can't go wrong with a 5-star rim. I hope you nabbed those puppies.


I 2nd this question, are these going on your ride? Are they 5x100 or are you going with custom hubs? Gotta love HRE's, though my favorites are the ones on the Perfect Union.

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Originally posted by 1988holleyformula:I 2nd this question, are these going on your ride? Are they 5x100 or are you going with custom hubs? Gotta love HRE's, though my favorites are the ones on the Perfect Union.
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It all depends. The wheels are a possible pending purchase. The guy that owns them parts cars for a living and got them off a wrecked Z06 he parted out.
Both wheels on one side are damaged, rather the tubs and not the faces. Very important for 3 piece wheels.

It looks like about $300-400 each for new tubs. Might seem like a lot, but these wheels sell for about $3,500 - $4,000 per set !! The asking price ??? You wouldn't believe me if i told you,......
but lets just say this might be the steal of all time !

The hold up is finding out the exact sizes and offset of the wheels to see if custom hubs can be made econmically to make it all worthwhile.

The guy is holding them for me as long as i need, and he is checking the serial numbers to get me the needed information. He is just very busy and has asked me to be patient.

It was really just dumb luck that i even ran across them as i was in the process of doing a favor for a friend that helped me find this buried treasure.

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Brief update:

Dean has finished the headers and they have been sent off for powdercoating.







It is my understanding that he has made a jig and will be reproducing and selling these.

The wiring is what is being tackled currently.

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Don't get a screw down in your injector hole good idea to keep those covered/plugged up.

Lookin good I like the header/downpipe setup that's nice.

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Those headers look interesting. Do I see twin outlets on the bottom?

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Nice headers! I really wish someone would make aftermarket sets for the fiero that eliminate the crossover.

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LOL! I was waiting till someone cought that. no that is not a twin outlet I was just using a U bend to hold it in place to get a pic.

as far as doing a set without the crosover I can do them but this way works better.

Update on the car today we did a bit more work on the motor. we got the bolts to install the trans all the way as well as a lot of other parts that did not come with the setup.
Motor mounts, fuel rails, tenisoners, coil mounts, AC compressor, trans tail shaft mount, alt. and much more. I ordered a low mount alt. set up that I will be getting soon.
also the headers should be back from the coater some time next week. I had them coated using a new color that will look great and will not look like others out their, I will post pic's once I get them back.
we also installed the new injectors and a stock fuel rail but we did rebend the fuel rail so the fuel lines are going the way they should. we will be droping the fuel tank soon to install the new fuel pump soon and once I get the headers back we will be installing the motor for the last time. the wires will be routed in a way that will hide most of them.
more to come..
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Outstanding !

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It was great seeing you again Tony. Wish we had more time to catch up with all the drama I hope that you sent the headers out to be ceramic coated, Powder , even the high temp stuff will not last on the Manifolds. Might survive on the pipes though but not the manifolds.

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the company that they went to for coating does all kinds of coatings, ceramic is what the headers are being coated with.
they even do cryo, rim, powder, ceramic and much more.

I will post pic's once I get them back. I am using a new color on them
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Kento:

It was great seeing you again Tony. Wish we had more time to catch up with all the drama I hope that you sent the headers out to be ceramic coated, Powder , even the high temp stuff will not last on the Manifolds. Might survive on the pipes though but not the manifolds.

Joe



Ceramic is the way to go, but I had a set of headers powder coated by a buddy who wanted to try it out (new stuff at the time). The headers looked brand new three years later.

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Update!
Today I went and picked up the exhaust from the coater. I mocked them up on the motor to get some pictures. I had them coated with a Tiatainum color ceramic.
now we will be able to get the motor installed in the car. I am still waiting on the low mount atl. but I hope to have it soon but at least we can install the motor so we can get the wiring and other things done now.
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Oh baby !!

Way to go Dean !

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Dean,, how close to Atlanta Airport are you?

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Dean,, how close to Atlanta Airport are you?


I am about 30 miles north. the airport is on the south side of Atlanta and I am north of Town.
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nice customes headers like it!!!!!!!!!!!

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Headers look great...Question, though: With the dump on the passenger compartment side, how were you planning on running the exaust?

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Headers look great...Question, though: With the dump on the passenger compartment side, how were you planning on running the exaust?

Bob


that is the front drivers side of the car the exhaust runs the same way as stock.
here are some update pictures of the install. we have the morot in the car for the first time to do the wiring, fitting, hoses amd etc. I am waiting on the fire wall insulation to come in. once that does we will install the motor for good but rather than wait on that we wanted to move forward with the install. all the wires will be hidden on this one once it is done. it is way more work to do this but it will be worth it.
we ended up making our own alt. mount and a few other things.
enjoy, D

first the start of the wires on the inside, a big mess athe th moment but not for long.



also while the cradle was out we painted it with chassis black as well as upgraded to polly mounts.











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Beautiful motor! Looks great. - kv

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Excuse my big CHEESEY, CHEESEBURGER GRIN !!

Thanks Dean !!!!!

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I should have more pictures soon but for now we have gotten all the hoses and the new Fuel pump installed and I was finaly able to get the harnes for the trans slector that was missing.
we will be back on the wiring next week to get it done. also I finaly found a place to get the axles made so we should have those by next week as well.
more to come....
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