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FieroGT stretch Concept by Amida
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Wow Looks Great! I would love one too. When they are ready.


Yeah, can't wait to get it done. Thanks.

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Want.....need.....new G1 pix.....!

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Want.....need.....new G1 pix.....!


Making a couple Fi512 noses at the moment.

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Question for you guys interested in the G1 dash.

I was going to notch the driver side speaker opening due to the size of the instrument pod, but would you rather have full useable speaker space? If so, then I'll keep it stock & just overlap the pod. Thanks.

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My vote would be to notch it. If you could print a template for the modification required to properly fit and size the stock speaker covers it wouldn't require much on the installers end.

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Originally posted by Amida:

Question for you guys interested in the G1 dash.

I was going to notch the driver side speaker opening due to the size of the instrument pod, but would you rather have full useable speaker space? If so, then I'll keep it stock & just overlap the pod. Thanks.



I would vote that you print out Fierosound"s template and lay it over the current speaker position to see how much will be interfered with. I just had 3 sets of speaker plates cut on the waterjet



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Rob,

So if it is notched, does that mean we would not be able to utilize the stock size dash speaker...it doesn't matter to me either way...just trying to get clarification.

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I'm going to bag the idea of notching the speaker opening because the stock speaker will not fit if I do so. The instrument pod will cover a portion of the speaker, but it will be a minor compromise for the sake of keeping things simple and cheap. Both the stock speakers and grills can be re-used. I will make the fit as flush as possible under the instrument pod. The Fierosound plates may not be needed since the solid fiberglass dash can support the speakers.

Fierosound template in place.



5 1/4" round speaker grill. No obstruction if you go this route, but reshaping the openings will be required on your end.

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Originally posted by Amida:

I'm going to bag the idea of notching the speaker opening because the stock speaker will not fit if I do so. The instrument pod will cover a portion of the speaker, but it will be a minor compromise for the sake of keeping things simple and cheap. Both the stock speakers and grills can be re-used. I will make the fit as flush as possible under the instrument pod. The Fierosound plates may not be needed since the solid fiberglass dash can support the speakers.

Fierosound template in place.



5 1/4" round speaker grill. No obstruction if you go this route, but reshaping the openings will be required on your end.





Both of these look like great solutions Rob!

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P.S. My 512 nose prep starts this week I'll post pix in the other thread

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Amida
Great job on the dash

One suggestion
How about making the speaker openings 5 1/4" I think it looks better and complements the dash.
Not to mentions that there is a lot more speakers in the 5 1/4" size.

Keep up the good work

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Amida
Great job on the dash

One suggestion
How about making the speaker openings 5 1/4" I think it looks better and complements the dash.
Not to mentions that there is a lot more speakers in the 5 1/4" size.

Keep up the good work


Well, personally I prefer to go with the 5 1/4" round, but designing it that way will force others to buy new speakers. The main goals of this dash design is to keep it affordable & simple to install. It won't cost me any more to design it for 5 1/4" round, but new speakers will add to the total cost of installation. If you guys don't mind chucking the old speakers and buying new 5 1/4" round, then we'll go this route instead of the stock setup.

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85LAMB has a good point...and really how much does it really cost to PONY up for a new set of 5 1/4" 2-way front dash speakers.

Rob...if you considered the 5 1/4" speakers...could you make it where it is flush mount speaker?

What does everyone (who is actually planning on purchasing one of the G1 dash) else think?

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Rob,

Also where is the driver's side air vent going to be located?
...so we have a s reference in comparison to the speaker's placement

Thanks for all that you do!

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Rob,

Also where is the driver's side air vent going to be located?
...so we have a s reference in comparison to the speaker's placement

Thanks for all that you do!


Don't know yet. It'll be located where it needs to be located which depends on what's going on down below the surface.

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Here is another question...you can see the three switches that are placed on the far left side of the dash on my G37s...would their be room to do the same on the G1...thought that might me a good place for lights, parking lights, and trunk release?
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I like the idea of using the 5 1/4 speakers. I think it will look better and if your buying this dash, I think the price of the speakers would be negligible. Keep up the great work. -Jason

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Also agree, go with the 5 1/4 inch speakers the cost of upgrading speakers is no big deal.

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Rob,

Do you and everything think that would be a good place for a trio of switches?

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Just a random vote but I would vote for the 5 1/4" speakers. The set up will look and sound better. Like mentioned before, if you're purchasing this dash, I'm sure you could swing a new set of speakers.

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Rob...any updates...please!

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If my opinion matters, I'd like to to +1 for 5 1/4 round, or 6 1/2 round, whichever Rob wants to do. Not that at the cost of the dash, speaker price even matters, but my guess would be even $20 Autozone Pyle brand speakers probably outperform 20 year old factory speakers.

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Here is another question...you can see the three switches that are placed on the far left side of the dash on my G37s...would their be room to do the same on the G1...thought that might me a good place for lights, parking lights, and trunk release?
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That will be a good spot to put the stock switches.

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Rob,

Do you and everything think that would be a good place for a trio of switches?

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Not a good spot for switches...too close the air vent.

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My 512 nose prep starts this week I'll post pix in the other thread



Please do so, the thread could use some new pics.

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Repairing the pod model after one of my cats nocked it off the counter top.



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OUCH!!! hopefully not too large of a set back.

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UPDATE PLEASE!

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UPDATE PLEASE and THANK YOU!

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UPDATE PLEASE and THANK YOU!


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+1


No new photos yet, just trying to focus on getting the designwork done.

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Well, personally I prefer to go with the 5 1/4" round, but designing it that way will force others to buy new speakers. The main goals of this dash design is to keep it affordable & simple to install. It won't cost me any more to design it for 5 1/4" round, but new speakers will add to the total cost of installation. If you guys don't mind chucking the old speakers and buying new 5 1/4" round, then we'll go this route instead of the stock setup.



Just my opinion Rob, but most people have probably already upgraded anyway. Why keep a 20 year-old design feature in a new complete dash ? In addition, new speakers will be a small cost compared to the rest of this upgrade - why upgrade the whole dash and keep the old 4 x 10 speakers ? - like buying new shoes and wearing them with dirty socks .

As usual, terrific stuff !

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Just my opinion Rob, but most people have probably already upgraded anyway. Why keep a 20 year-old design feature in a new complete dash ? In addition, new speakers will be a small cost compared to the rest of this upgrade - why upgrade the whole dash and keep the old 4 x 10 speakers ? - like buying new shoes and wearing them with dirty socks .

As usual, terrific stuff !


Going with the 5 1\4" round. Thanks.

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Creating lower mounting flanges for the instrument cluster/pod. Pod will be attached at 6 points ( 4 screws to the dash, 2 bolts to the stock steering support frame ).





Modification of the stock steering column cover panel.



Scrap upholstery applied to achieve correct spacing before setting final pod mounting position.

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That's looking amazing...I can't wait!....i am really loving the work!

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Rob,

I am going to need to need two units now that I just added an 88GT to my collection.

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Working on door skin concepts to go with G1 dash:

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This is the correct shape of the Fiero inner door skin.

Maybe if I am lucky, I might inspire ROB!

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