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FieroGT stretch Concept by Amida
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245s? How about 275s? So, do I have Archie Rockers? Look how small it makes the rear look.




Yes they look like mine in the back, can you take a picture of the front?

Here's a picture of the back scoop.

I purchased these new from Archie a couple of months ago

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Yes they look like mine in the back, can you take a picture of the front?
I purchased these new from Archie a couple of months ago



I think I have the same rockers. They are damaged on the bottom side but I should be able to fix them. It doesn't seem to fit right under the right rear side molding though. Not sure if it's just coming loose.


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With a lowered suspension the possibility of scraping the bottom side of the nose on a driveway somewhere becomes more likely. Just as a precaution I added a pair of 1/4" skid pads secured by rivets.
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LOOOOVE IT!!

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LOOOOVE IT!!

I'M #007!



How much did you lower your car? Mine will be sitting on the ground .

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Report this Post04-25-2008 11:56 AM Click Here to See the Profile for AmidaClick Here to Email AmidaSend a Private Message to AmidaEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Fitted another Riceburner98 HVAC unit with new pushbuttons yesterday.
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Hard to believe just how plug-n-play that unit is isn't it?

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I got one of the first ones and I still haven't plugged it in yet.

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Been thinkin about what to do about my damaged rockers. Might try this Enzo like scoop set-up with a 355 touch. The door attachment will have to stick out, like on an Enzo, to be flush with the rockers. It'll be something like a cannard/air foil.
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I got one of the first ones and I still haven't plugged it in yet.


Not to worry. Even "I" wasn't able to fry it. Just plug it in to the corresponding plugs and it works great.

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I personally never liked the archie side skirts, and I love the curves in your concept. I think they will flow quite well, especially with your new bumper. Also, the front bumper guards are quite a nice touch. They look pretty good and better yet, are functional. They don't stand out, I'm surprised it isn't a more common solution.

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Do you have a way to take the Archie skirts off and see how the nose would look on a stock Fiero?

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Do you have a way to take the Archie skirts off and see how the nose would look on a stock Fiero?



The quarters & fenders are trimmed underneath. These are the only rockers that I have so I'll have to make something of them.

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I personally never liked the archie side skirts, and I love the curves in your concept. I think they will flow quite well, especially with your new bumper. Also, the front bumper guards are quite a nice touch. They look pretty good and better yet, are functional. They don't stand out, I'm surprised it isn't a more common solution.


This yellow notchie is pretty close to my setup. The GT rear looks better than my Formula rear. Looks like I have to do something about that as well.




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How much did you lower your car? Mine will be sitting on the ground .


The WCF springs and coilovers lowered the car about 1 1/2 inches in the back and about 1 inch in the front. I've got spacers in the front because originally the springs were too low and not enough clearance room for city street driving.


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Hi Rob,
Everything looks great. You da man

I have not seen Riceburner lately. I take it he's keeping busy?

Later... Got to go work on that wiring...

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The WCF springs and coilovers lowered the car about 1 1/2 inches in the back and about 1 inch in the front. I've got spacers in the front because originally the springs were too low and not enough clearance room for city street driving.



If you have 17s up front then my 18s are going to be even tighter to fit, but I can't run them with stock fenders anyway because they stick out 2 inches at the front. I'll have to use the stock little 15s for the time being until I get the time to do something about it.

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Hi Rob,
Everything looks great. You da man

I have not seen Riceburner lately. I take it he's keeping busy?

Later... Got to go work on that wiring...

Bob


Yaa, I gotta take everything out first, my carpet smells old & musty, gotta change it & I'm re-doing some of the panels in red.

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The GT wheels are too small for my 2" drop spindles so I threw in a pair of shorter springs instead. The springs didn't lower the car by much; I'd say it only made it level with the rear now, but it does make a huge difference. It'll look even meaner when I get the new spindles installed. My driveway is sloped so I turned the car around to make it look lower. The front sits just about right in the photo.
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Looks better. You say the 18" wheels in front wont fit with the stock fenders? are they too wide?

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Looks better. You say the 18" wheels in front wont fit with the stock fenders? are they too wide?


Porsche 8.5x18 front wheels are too wide for stock. Will have to do fender flares when I get a chance. In the mean time the stock GT wheels will have to do.

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Did some suspension cleaning before throwing the wheel tubs back in. It would be great if there was a drive-thru chassis wash that'll scrub down the whole underside for you.

Underside shot

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Lower mounting flange

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Lower brackets on the Formula are slightly shorter than the GT.

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GT bracket installed

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Formula wheel tub installed. A little trimming off the edge of the tub is required to fit inside the raised lip.




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Testing the night lights. This front end project is nearly finished. Just need to add a grill & do an alignment. I should also cut & buff the new paint as well. Next I'll throw in some coil-overs at the rear. It would be nice to have some better wheels that'll fit the stock body right now.
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Originally posted by Amida:

Been thinkin about what to do about my damaged rockers. Might try this Enzo like scoop set-up with a 355 touch. The door attachment will have to stick out, like on an Enzo, to be flush with the rockers. It'll be something like a cannard/air foil.
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Nice tweak.

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Nice tweak.



Yep, the door wings will be interesting to see. Will have to do some kind of diffuser attachement to the rear bumper to add some groundFX to the rear.

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Some finishing touches. Fabbed a batch of grills & finally mounted the grill onto the new nose. I like the Pontiac arrowhead on the grill; it cleans-up the valance & makes for easier washing.
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Ooooh I can't wait. Mine will be very similar only it'll have the pegasus on the grille. I don't think enough can be said about the quality of your work.

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Holy S*** I love it!! You my friend always amaze me!! You have me seriously thinking about what I should spend my Bush Bucks on..

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Amida,

Did you get your suspension fixed? Are you coming to the Jet City Fiero's Arlington Picnic June 7th ?

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/070050.html

Would be great to see your new nose up close

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Can't wait to see the 512 nose!! Great job!!

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Originally posted by whadeduck:

Ooooh I can't wait. Mine will be very similar only it'll have the pegasus on the grille. I don't think enough can be said about the quality of your work.



Well, I'm still trying out different proceedures as I go to save time & to solve a couple of gelcoat related issues. My goal is to cut down hand lay-up time by 40% & have very little to zero gelcoat touch-up before shipping. I'm learning as I go.

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Amida,

Did you get your suspension fixed? Are you coming to the Jet City Fiero's Arlington Picnic June 7th ?

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/070050.html

Would be great to see your new nose up close



Hey Steve, I did get the front springs in, will need to get an alignment done. While working on it I noticed that I was driving all this time with a serious toe-out setting; no wonder the tires looked scuffed. I'll try to get this car road worthy by picnic time.


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Can't wait to see the 512 nose!! Great job!!


How long can you wait? I was thinking of doing something about my messed up side skirts & rear bumper, but ghtta take care of some interior work first.


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Fitted another Riceburner98 HVAC unit with new pushbuttons yesterday.
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Any pics of the HVAC at night? Is there adjustment (high/low) dimmer switch?

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Unfortunately it doesn't look any different at night... I intended to make the panel light up, but it's just so darned thin that there's not really any way to get even lighting in there. Then I was just going to make the knob indicators light up; getting an LED into the knobs wouldn't be a problem, but getting power to the LED would be. There's not enough room to have electrical wipers on the bottom of the knobs to contact the circuit boards, and thin wires would eventually just break off even if they could be fit. The OEM 355 panel is a good 1"+ thick, and is lit with a handfull of green-condomed light bulbs inside. To keep the center console low and still fit the HVAC panel in there it had to be 1/4" thick or so to clear the shifter mechanism... There are 2 green LEDs inside the panel, one lights up when the AC button (hidden under the panel, next to the STOP button) is pressed, the other turns on when the "Recirculate" button is pressed. They show up as little green dots through the surface of the panel. (It's black, but somewhat translucent)

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Hi-jack; Will it work in or near the stock location? Price?

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Hi-jack; Will it work in or near the stock location? Price?


For everything including shipping in the US, itís $300, assuming itís a Fiero with factory AC. (Non AC cars need 2 more servos, so $340..) Iím waaay behind on orders right now, I build them in my spare time which has been pretty much nonexistent lately.

Don't know if price has changed but this is what he e-mailed me awhile ago.

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I really didn't want anything, or have anything witty to add. I just wanted to see these pictures again!!

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Hi-jack; Will it work in or near the stock location? Price?


The hvac panel is very thin, for low profile consoles, but I imaging it can be mounted on the dash as well.

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I hope I didn't ruin my new paint by doing this. I heard that epoxy is a great adhesive. we'll see.

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