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FieroGT stretch Concept by Amida
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Rob,
i have talked to a few people in the business, and while all expressed concern about bonding to plastic, most sugested using epoxy bassed resin. i bought a thick epoxy (thixotropic) structural glue as it will adhere to the smc panels as well. i will also be using epoxy resin for the glass work for the same reasons and it is cheaper than smc approved polyester resin. since my garage is attached to my house i also didn't want the fumes from the polyester resin getting to my family.
now if it will stop snowing i can get some work done.
btw. your front bumper fits like a glove A+++++. i am thinking of covering the lower splitter that you made me with carbon fiber for that extra special look...lol
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Originally posted by ace5514:

btw. your front bumper fits like a glove A+++++. i am thinking of covering the lower splitter that you made me with carbon fiber for that extra special look...lol
al


Funny how you should mention that. I'm pulling my standard chin spoiler and replacing it with a custom widetrack...and it won't be red this time.

Yes, the bonnet is chipped to hell; it came from a wrecker.

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Jeez Amida!

You're going with some really aggressive looking, sharp body mods! I've been checking back on this thread daily. Big fan of your work

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Looks great, keep up the good work. hoping to do a NSX sorcery style widebody on mine. I know its gonna be tons of work which is fine but i'm worried about the cost.

example:
http://www.nsxprime.com/pho...ata/500/photo_3_.jpg

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Funny how you should mention that. I'm pulling my standard chin spoiler and replacing it with a custom widetrack...and it won't be red this time.

Widetrack???? pics....should i have purchased that one? lol

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Originally posted by Spartan177:

Looks great, keep up the good work. hoping to do a NSX sorcery style widebody on mine. I know its gonna be tons of work which is fine but i'm worried about the cost.

example:
http://www.nsxprime.com/pho...ata/500/photo_3_.jpg


Nice! On top of materials, it'll require alot of time to do as well. Love the NSX, but if I had one I'd shave off some of the trunk space.

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Originally posted by ace5514:

Funny how you should mention that. I'm pulling my standard chin spoiler and replacing it with a custom widetrack...and it won't be red this time.

Widetrack???? pics....should i have purchased that one? lol


It's just a one-off...needed something to go along with my widetrack flares. Doing the same type of treatment to the rear as well to better transition everything together.

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Jeez Amida!

You're going with some really aggressive looking, sharp body mods! I've been checking back on this thread daily. Big fan of your work


Maybe you can buy my Formula when I move up in life & get a family car. Thanks.

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Maybe you can buy my Formula when I move up in life & get a family car. Thanks.


haha we'll see

I think in a year or two I may be more inclined to buy one of your interiors! They are incredible workmanship

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Went to town with the hack saw.


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ooooooooo - that had to be scary! Looking good

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Originally posted by Sofa King:

ooooooooo - that had to be scary! Looking good


Once you go wide, there's no wheel you can't hide!

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Transcribed over to the passenger side. Next up, putting skin on the chin .


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Rob,
I love your work, those fender flairs are looking great

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I love your work, those fender flairs are looking great


Yes, I'm surprised at how well it's turning out. With the rubber edge trim it'll look OEM without doing any bodywork...how about that? Wait till you see my rockers & rear. Thanks.

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Yes, I'm surprised at how well it's turning out. With the rubber edge trim it'll look OEM without doing any bodywork...how about that? Wait till you see my rockers & rear. Thanks.



I cant wait

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Love the flares. Just a tweak suggestion.


matches the rear

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Love the flares. Just a tweak suggestion.


I don't know about that Steve...that's a 3" pull out at the bottom. That would be contorting, making the bumper wider at the bottom than at the top.

What's new on your orange pumpkin? Is there a meet at Arlington this year?

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I don't know about that Steve...that's a 3" pull out at the bottom. That would be contorting, making the bumper wider at the bottom than at the top.

What's new on your orange pumpkin? Is there a meet at Arlington this year?


I've been working on the suspension and brakes on my Blue Coupe. (nothing worthy of a build thread)
The pumpkin may get a custom dash this summer. And there's always an Arlington Picnic so replace your clutch, we need to see this car in person!

I hear you on the contour being too much, what if you continued the top lip around the corner a bit ? I'll stop now and let you design it. It was just a thought.

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I've been working on the suspension and brakes on my Blue Coupe. (nothing worthy of a build thread)
The pumpkin may get a custom dash this summer. And there's always an Arlington Picnic so replace your clutch, we need to see this car in person!

I hear you on the contour being too much, what if you continued the top lip around the corner a bit ? I'll stop now and let you design it. It was just a thought.



Better, but maybe on a different style nose. My objective is zero body re-working for these flares. I'm dropping the cradle in the next couple of weeks to see what's up with the clutch. The last thing I remember happening was hearing a POP, clanking, and the peddle fell to the floor.

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The new arrowheads from the Fierostore arrived today. They fit perfectly with a dab of epoxy. A very nice finishing touch to these sail panels.



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Looks awesome!

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Rob,
those look great especially matching red color! keep it going
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if i didn't already have the 355 nose i would get the testa nose. but i like them both the same.
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Rob,
those look great especially matching red color! keep it going
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if i didn't already have the 355 nose i would get the testa nose. but i like them both the same.
al


Why not get both, you can switch them from one occasion to the next. It's just a few screws right? Thanks.

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Looks awesome!


Thanks. I could make you a duplicate set if you have a coupe.

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Rocker removed for damage repairs and getting a Fierovation style facelift. Rear coilover with 1" hubcentric billet Porsche wheel adapter from http://www.wheeladapter.com/index.php



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Originally posted by Amida:

The new arrowheads from the Fierostore arrived today. They fit perfectly with a dab of epoxy. A very nice finishing touch to these sail panels.




Those are really slick looking! They turned out awesome

I was thinking about painting mine because the frame is faded, but I'd rather go this route.

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Originally posted by Amida:

The new arrowheads from the Fierostore arrived today. They fit perfectly with a dab of epoxy. A very nice finishing touch to these sail panels.




Those look so good! Nice job

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Those are really slick looking! They turned out awesome

I was thinking about painting mine because the frame is faded, but I'd rather go this route.



I could make you a set too. I got tired of the faded black plastic look, I think the overlay adds a very nice subtle accent...not too much carbon.

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Any new pics to see ?

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The old rockers that came with the car just didn't fit right with my widetrack concept, so I went ahead and started prototyping my own "Z" rockers for widetrack application. Here, shaping work in progress.

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Niccccccccccccce ! Amida you sir are the man !

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Did I mention that you're a genius? I should. Those are gorgeous.

Only thing, the arrowhead still looks slightly worn? Around the edges and near the bottom... I've thought about using something like this or this to replace the emblem in that location. I think that a steel/brushed aluminum emblem would look amazing there. Even more so with the CF treatment.

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I could make you a set too. I got tired of the faded black plastic look, I think the overlay adds a very nice subtle accent...not too much carbon.


What's wrong with carbon?

Actually, I am probably better in small amounts too Looks great!

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Those rockers look great so far, very nice angles to them

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Those rockers look great so far, very nice angles to them


Yes. Will look even better painted. Thanks.

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What's wrong with carbon?

Actually, I am probably better in small amounts too Looks great!


Moderate cosmetics is good. Thanks.

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the arrowhead still looks slightly worn? Around the edges and near the bottom...


That's how it is from the Fierostore. Bright chrome pieces with enamel would be better.

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Originally posted by Amida:

The old rockers that came with the car just didn't fit right with my widetrack concept, so I went ahead and started prototyping my own "Z" rockers for widetrack application. Here, shaping work in progress.





looking great so far, how about a wider shot of them.

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