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FieroGT stretch Concept by Amida
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Batch of G1 dash switch panels ready for trimming & drilling.

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Does that mean you have 7 dash kits pre-ordered? Way to go if that's the case. You built it and they came.

I can't wait to see your first completed dask kit upholstered and ready for install.

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Amida you and Car-lo are blowing everyone's minds right now with your custom projects.

The dash is beautiful.

Can't wait to see how your rear diffuser and spoiler finish out.

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Rob, There is some conversation about your wheel flares over here: http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/125722.html

Thought you might have something to add....

thanx,

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Rob, There is some conversation about your wheel flares over here: http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/125722.html

Thought you might have something to add....

thanx,

Bob


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G1 dash tooling fabrication nearly completed.




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Great looking stuff, Rob.

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Two sets of Fi355 interior urethane components in the raw.


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Bump updates ?

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Amida, please see your PM's.... thanks!

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Great looking stuff, Rob.

Bob


Thanks Bob. But, I probably said it before, working with fiberglass has got to be one of the worst jobs in the world! On a daily basis your are in contact with: Toxic carcinogenic chemicals, harsh odorous fumes, explosive volatile solvents, stinky irritating dust, sharp skin impaling parts. And the loud deafening cutting tools can leave your ears ringing for weeks if you're not careful. Standard work attire: dust mask/respirator, ear plugs, goggles/safetly glasses, hat, gloves, coveralls. I'd like to see that fashion show. I really cannot say anything good about this line of work and I do not recommend it to anyone. As soon as I find another gig I'm outa this hell hole. Maybe I'll try baking custom twinkies.

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Tossing the stock Fiero ovals for round 5 1\4" speakers was a better choice that provides a good fit.

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Originally posted by Amida:

Tossing the stock Fiero ovals for round 5 1\4" speakers was a better choice that provides a good fit.



As much as I hate to admit it (I had just made alum. Speaker plates) this looks way better.

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Updates?

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Have you managed to finish one of these dashes and installs into a fiero yet? I've very excited to see what it would look like, Also have you thought of a price yet?

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Amida...UPDATE Please.

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Updates?


The cutting templates for the aluminum bezels are being designed before I take them to the waterjet cutter .

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Looks awesome so far

May I ask how you make the small urethane panels? Do you make a mold and then the urethane is poured into it like a casting?

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Originally posted by doublec4:

Looks awesome so far

May I ask how you make the small urethane panels? Do you make a mold and then the urethane is poured into it like a casting?


Flat parts can be made in an open mold by the pour method. However, any part that is not flat requires at least a two part closed silicon mold into which urethane is injected through a port with a large syringe. Air is displaced through exit ports at all high points. The entire mold is then pressurized in a tank at 75psi to shrink, but not eliminate, most bubbles until the resin has solidified. The mold is then transfered in to a 180 degree oven for a 24 hour curing cycle.

Reference: "How to cast small metal and rubber parts" , William A. Cannon, McGraw Hill.

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Amida,

Very cool...thanks for sharing the process.

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Originally posted by IVANNATINKLE:

Have you managed to finish one of these dashes and installs into a fiero yet? I've very excited to see what it would look like, Also have you thought of a price yet?


The G1 demo dash has not been installed yet, but it will go in soon. Some smaller details still need to be worked out.

Pricing has not been determined yet, but to give you a ballpark I'm trying to keep the parts kit below us$1500, and with trimming/prep & upholstery under us$2700 + s&h.

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I am only making templates for the stock Fiero gauge bezels which will be precision cut aluminum on a water jet. However, if aftermarket gauges will be used in lieu of the factory gauges there is plenty of room for the main cluster and there is clearance in the rally pod for three 2 1/16" mini gauges. You will just need to cut new bezels for your application.


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Amida,

Please let me know when I can put money down on my G1. I am so excited and can't wait to put mine together.

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sexy I can't wait to see one all installed!

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Amida,

Please let me know when I can put money down on my G1. I am so excited and can't wait to put mine together.


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I still can't wait to see the finished product.

Are you going to be able to offer the dash in two-tone leather similar to your fi355 interior?

One thing my wife hates about my Fiero, is the interior. Her comment, the car is beautiful until you open the door, can't you do something with the interior?

Let me know when you're taking deposits as well. I'm ready to make a deposit to get one started for my hybrid 84.

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Are you going to be able to offer the dash in two-tone leather similar to your fi355 interior?



I do both vinyl & leather. Leather just costs a little more.

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count me in for a dash also, just let me know when to send down payment.

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The Pontiac G6 glovebox will need to be trimmed to remove the side panel and a strip at the bottom.




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Hey, I'm first in line :-)

Bugger off!

Seriously, +1

 
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count me in for a dash also, just let me know when to send down payment.


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I am surprised at how well the SEM spray can color matches the vinyl; practically a perfect match.

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When I see this old panel now I cringe. The new cluster assembly will be a much needed facelift for the stock gauges. Once the display unit is finished & installed into my F6 widetrack concept, and I'm satisfied with it , then I'll be ready to duplicate the G1. I may start a new separate G1 dash thread to facilitate searches. Thanks.

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Stock Fiero console frame trimming. Forward stack no longer needed.



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Had a little mishap with my razor blade; It slipped & cut too close to the edge. Luckily, the end cap is just barely covering the exposed edge. Lesson: always use a new sharp blade.

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This thing is really taking shape! Astonishing work, as always.

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MORE! MORE! MORE!

These teaser shots are killin' me!

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The G1 panel templates are now at the waterjet cutter getting converted into CAD files for $100/hr...I'm in the wrong biz.

I left the space blank between the stereo bay and the hvac controller. If you decide to install switches in this space you can cut the appropriate size holes for the switch type that you use.

These push buttons on Ebay are cool:



Carling illuminated rockers, contura lazer etch series. These are a little taller at 1.9". A row of seven will fit the available space.

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The G1 panel templates are now at the waterjet cutter getting converted into CAD files for $100/hr...I'm in the wrong biz.



Ain't that the truth Rob? I ran into the same thing but it sure makes for clean cuts!

Dr. W.

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Yellowstone it would be cool if you could get one of these and get it installed by Daytona next year !?

Amida it sure would send your already promising sales into a tizzy if everyone got to see it in person at the show.

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