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FieroGT stretch Concept by Amida
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Originally posted by whodeanie:


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


It's still a work in progress, but the Fierovation widetrack "Z" rocker is taking shape very well.



Thinkin' about mounting Will's new Pegasus badges. This is just a paper printout.


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Cartist!
So awesome.

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Cartist!
So awesome.


It's just a rough shape with black primer mist to better see the surface contours. It'll take a bit more shaping to zero-in Thanks.

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That`s really looking good.

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That`s really looking good.


Thanks. I may not be able to finish it until after summer...starting designwork on the new fi512 nose.

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VERY, very nice work... great flow front to back...

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I like that!

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VERY, very nice work... great flow front to back...



Hopefully it all comes together this year. thanks.

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I like that!


Far from done. Thanks.

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Testing new side marker lights. Front splitter removed for modifications. New 3/4" billet, hub-centric, Porsche wheel adapters from Fred at www.WheelAdapters.com .

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I am digging it!! Is there anything you cant do??

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I am digging it!! Is there anything you cant do??


Yeah. I still can't do two things at once very well.

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Fi40 dash being fitted into F40 replica with roll cage. Other than the tub there's not much left of the donor Fiero.




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Amida,

Got to see your nose in person (on Dean's car) at Daytona, and that piece is a work of art !

The others just can't compare.



I also heard a couple people talking about how they were going to purchase the new nose you were working on !

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Amida,

Got to see your nose in person (on Dean's car) at Daytona, and that piece is a work of art !

The others just can't compare.

I also heard a couple people talking about how they were going to purchase the new nose you were working on !

Thank Ferrari & Pininfarina for the design, I just did a little tweaking & melding is all. Wished I were there...fun looking event. Maybe next year I'll make the long trek with my widetrack F6.

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Originally posted by Amida:

Fi40 dash being fitted into F40 replica with roll cage. Other than the tub there's not much left of the donor Fiero.



What's the story on that F40 looks very-very interesting

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Testing new side marker lights.




This is cool.
What do you plan on doing with the original side marker? Keep it, fill it in, or ditch the molding all together?

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What's the story on that F40 looks very-very interesting


It's a longitudinal build in Northern Cal. Tube chassis, turbo charger, Porsche g50 trans. I don't know much about it yet, but it's looking to be a very nice replica. I'll have to ask him more about it.

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This is cool.
What do you plan on doing with the original side marker? Keep it, fill it in, or ditch the molding all together?


Side mouldings stay in place...this is not a re-body, just a widetrack with flares. I'll probably smoke out the belt moulding marker lights however. Thanks.

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Mock-up of front end with new LEDs from TLG. A little more shaping on the splitter before getting skinned in carbon. Belt indicators will likely be smoked out.



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As always, just "wow"

I really like the look you're going for. Although I'm not so crazy about the led's in the splitter... maybe its just that there are several different light shapes going on in the front there, or just already lots of them.

Regardless, its really agressive looking!

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As always, just "wow"

I really like the look you're going for. Although I'm not so crazy about the led's in the splitter... maybe its just that there are several different light shapes going on in the front there, or just already lots of them.

Regardless, its really agressive looking!


At 9/16" thick & 5" off the ground it has very little visual impact, only when it's illuminated as DTRL (daytime runnings lights) does it make a huge impact. You just wait n see.

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soo uhh... you plan on reproducing this widetrack Z kit for sale?

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soo uhh... you plan on reproducing this widetrack Z kit for sale?


That's a possibility, as you can see the rocker was designed to fit with the fender flares so that'll be the starting point. But really the main reason for doing this was to cover the potruding Porsche 911 wheels on this Formula. Once I'm completed I'll take it around to display, and if I get a good response from it I may tool-up the "Z" rockers as well. I should also add that the fender flares will be going on Ebay eventually as "universal" for all makes/models. Part of my effort to diversify away from kitcars & Fieros. Thanks.

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I'll have to keep an eye out for those rear flares... I'm looking for something that will fit the fiero nicely but are still subtle and small. I don't have wheels that protrude very far, but I'd like to add a little flare to the rear to give the back end more shape. More for the "visual impact"

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I'll have to keep an eye out for those rear flares... I'm looking for something that will fit the fiero nicely but are still subtle and small. I don't have wheels that protrude very far, but I'd like to add a little flare to the rear to give the back end more shape. More for the "visual impact"


That is odd, How far do your rear wheels stick out? That's not usually a problem with Fieros.

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Well right now they're totally fine. But I would like to run maybe a 3/4inch - 1 inch spacer on them if thats possible so I can throw a subtle flare on, and have the wheel sit flush.

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This car is starting to appeal to me.

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Well right now they're totally fine. But I would like to run maybe a 3/4inch - 1 inch spacer on them if thats possible so I can throw a subtle flare on, and have the wheel sit flush.


How wide do you need them to be.? My universal flares are 5.5" wide & can be cut down & tailored to fit different applications.

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This car is starting to appeal to me.


It should turn out pretty nicely when I'm done with it. But, I'll have to pull off the nose soon to work on the new fi512 nose.



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Tell me, if you know, isn't a stock legit 512TR nose wider than a stock Fiero? By like 5-6 inches? If so, and you could integrate that, then I'd be in line to buy whatever kit you might produce.

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Tell me, if you know, isn't a stock legit 512TR nose wider than a stock Fiero? By like 5-6 inches? If so, and you could integrate that, then I'd be in line to buy whatever kit you might produce.


HI all

I dunno what u know, but I do know that he is makin this nose in fiero dimensions.......
Link: http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/079750.html

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How wide do you need them to be.? My universal flares are 5.5" wide & can be cut down & tailored to fit different applications.


What is the smallest wheel spacer that you can buy?

I figure if my rim sits pretty flush now, and I want more of a flared look in the rear, if I space my wheel say an inch? Then I'd only need the flare to come out an inch.

How thick are the adapters that you are using?

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Tell me, if you know, isn't a stock legit 512TR nose wider than a stock Fiero? By like 5-6 inches? If so, and you could integrate that, then I'd be in line to buy whatever kit you might produce.


Yes, the new nose is sectioned to remove 4.5".

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What is the smallest wheel spacer that you can buy?

I figure if my rim sits pretty flush now, and I want more of a flared look in the rear, if I space my wheel say an inch? Then I'd only need the flare to come out an inch.

How thick are the adapters that you are using?


I'm using hub & wheel centric ALCOA 6061-T6 billet aluminum adapters from Fred Goeske at http://www.wheeladapter.com/wheel_adapters.php . For the rear I'm using 1", and for the front, to minimize scrub radius, I'm using 3/4" . The wheels will need to have cavities between the lug holes for 3/4" adapters because the stock Fiero studs will stick out by 1/4". With the high offset of my front wheels the new wheel center is moved outboard by only 13mm compared to the stock Fiero wheel centerline.



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Rob,
thanks for helping me with the DD porject, I sent you a PM about another one
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Yes, the new nose is sectioned to remove 4.5".


That sucks. Well, to me, anyway. Thank you for letting me know. Wider IS Better!

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I'm using hub & wheel centric ALCOA 6061-T6 billet aluminum adapters from Fred Goeske at http://www.wheeladapter.com/wheel_adapters.php . For the rear I'm using 1", and for the front, to minimize scrub radius, I'm using 3/4" up front. The wheels will need to have cavities between the lug holes for 3/4" adapters because the stock Fiero studs will stick out by 1/4". With the high offset of my front wheels the new wheel center is only outboard by 13mm compared to the stock Fiero centerline.



Thanks for the info Amida.

The wheels I'm using have a dual universal bolt pattern... so I guess what I could do is buy a set of spacers/adapters like these so that I could utilize the larger bolt pattern on the rear wheels. Therefore, the 1/4 inch worth of stud from the 5x100 bolt pattern can pass through the holes in the rim intended for the 5x100 bolt pattern. (There is no recess in the back of the rims) I think that would work.

Would be cool to have a slightly wider rear end with the stock front width.

Gettin the ideas brewin over here

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Final mock-up of F6 widetrack splitter before Fi355 nose is removed to makeway for new Fi512 nose project.

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Thanks for the info Amida.

The wheels I'm using have a dual universal bolt pattern... so I guess what I could do is buy a set of spacers/adapters like these so that I could utilize the larger bolt pattern on the rear wheels. Therefore, the 1/4 inch worth of stud from the 5x100 bolt pattern can pass through the holes in the rim intended for the 5x100 bolt pattern. (There is no recess in the back of the rims) I think that would work.

Would be cool to have a slightly wider rear end with the stock front width.

Gettin the ideas brewin over here


The holes will line up so there shouldn't be any problem. My rear flares are 3.25" wide to cover the 10" Porsche wheels and that extra shoulder width really gives the car a very aggressive stance. When I start modeling the rear diffuser attachment I'll post more pics of the rear.

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