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SPY PICS!....first secrets of the GTR exposed! by Fie Ro
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Is that a rebel flag in the picture? I can't believe there are rednecks in Europe. You Must be in the South..


LMAO

oh crap cool I OWN PAGE 14

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Car looks excellent! Now the two best looking Fieros ive ever seen are both in europe. Doh!

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thanks, maybe soon you will see them both together

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The "mod" is very, very nice and looks "OEM."



I kind of finished the plugs but never made molds and products...was going to do them in CF and thats still the plan

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A bump for a great thread.

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Very good thread, Bump.

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Do you own any Super high reolution pics for desktop pics? i NEED one, im rockin a low res one that looks kinda choppy when blown up to fit my desktop. PLEASE

Oh if you do, just email em to me, Egl93Talon@hotmail.com THANKS!!!!

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sorry I am lazy updating this thread.. ...bump

 
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Do you own any Super high reolution pics for desktop pics? i NEED one, im rockin a low res one that looks kinda choppy when blown up to fit my desktop. PLEASE
Oh if you do, just email em to me, Egl93Talon@hotmail.com THANKS!!!!

Thank you, email me the pic(s) you want and the resolution you want and I'll try to find it and make some wallpaper

Here are a few new pics of about a week ago:







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you've done an excellent job.

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Man I need that front bumper of yours that looks bad. You need to tell me how to make it.

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I agree,

I'd buy that bumper in a heart beat. I dislike the front of the fiero quite a bit

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wow, AWESOME car!!! congratulations man! if someone would put those taillights as a complete plug-n-play setup, theyd be on my 87 GT in a heartbeat!! That is definitly show material right there! Congratulations again on a beautiful machine

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Bump,

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Monthly bump for the newbs !

Must read thread.

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WARNING::::::

BIG BRAKES NEEDED!!!!! (still )



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BIG BRAKES NEEDED!!!!! (still )


Yeah I have to agree...will need em when I am done filling this cradle


I looked into doing the Corvette brakes swap but I am also researching an idea using 4 piston Porsche calipers and 5x100 aftermarket rotors for certain Subaru/VW/Audi models...no clue if it will work

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BUMP! I've been off this site for well over a year now and this was one of the builds I was following very closely before I left. What a nice setup. Keep it coming.

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Well now! There's a few pics going into the gallery on one of my hard drives! I *LOVE <3* that front end. I like how the front and back are both pretty blunt. I think this is a very good look for the Fiero.. Altho that front looks very BMW.

Edit: Now that I think about it, maybe I see a bit of Maserati in that front end...

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Yeah I have to agree...will need em when I am done filling this cradle


I looked into doing the Corvette brakes swap but I am also researching an idea using 4 piston Porsche calipers and 5x100 aftermarket rotors for certain Subaru/VW/Audi models...no clue if it will work


Did you think about the rear brakes how to solve the problem with the parking brake? Or is that why you are still researching?
My old cradle looks pretty shiny by the way

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Boy that's a really modern and sharp looking Fiero! GREAT job!! Most oten I see body mods on these cars that look radical with lines that are sharp and do not blend gracefully. Your creation looks sculpured and smooth looking. European styling. If it were made into a kit, it would probably sell.

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I've seen pics of lots of Fieros... I've been to a few shows and seen lots of Fieros, I've seen pictures of Madcurl's cars, FieroGTRWidebody, Yellowstone, you name it, I've seen 'em all. But your Fiero, this car, is simply a work of art!

I've never seen a Fiero that I liked the look of so much. You have done something incredible with this car!!!

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Also, this is the only Fiero that I'd be willing to give up my Fiero for an opportunity to purchase... Incredible!!

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Fie Ro,

Any updates ?

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Yes, yes. Any updates? Bump.

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That is a very nice looking car. Good job.

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bumping it !

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The front end reminds me a lot of the new mitsubishi evo with the way the lights and stuff are. Looks good

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Can't let this great thread go bye bye !

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I have to say beautiful car dude, it inspires me to finish my restore project, but then again mine will never look that good

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Sorry there just wasnt much to update about the 'exterior'...
I stored the Fiero before winter and now I am slowly preparing for the engine swap and suspension rebuild


Some time ago I got one of the first sets of the dual headlight buckets made by Fiero1Fan. Look here These are well made and when finished they'll blend nice with the other details. Testfitting of the blank galvanised buckets:


This week I got the Hella's, did some fitting and painting with a bucket:


My notch for the extra parkinglight connector:

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Originally posted by Albert:
Did you think about the rear brakes how to solve the problem with the parking brake? Or is that why you are still researching?
My old cradle looks pretty shiny by the way

These are the Wilwood spot calipers I will use for the parking brake :

These are the Porsche calipers I will try to use:


a mockup with a stock rear bearing-hub, subaru rotor, spacer and wheel to try out and check clearance.

I need a spacer because of :
1. my low offset wheels
2. the thickness of these calipers
Still need to figure out the adapters...but I can confirm these subaru rotors exactly match the Fiero in : -bolt pattern -center hole -rotorface depth.. ( thanks to Daniel/mypride for lending the rotors!)

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Originally posted by Fie Ro:

These are the Wilwood spot calipers I will use for the parking brake :

These are the Porsche calipers I will try to use:


a mockup with a stock rear bearing-hub, subaru rotor, spacer and wheel to try out and check clearance.

I need a spacer because of :
1. my low offset wheels
2. the thickness of these calipers
Still need to figure out the adapters...but I can confirm these subaru rotors exactly match the Fiero in : -bolt pattern -center hole -rotorface depth.. ( thanks to Daniel/mypride for lending the rotors!)


...oh my...

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My front mounted battery setup





I put it as backwards as possible for safety.

spy pic of the tweeked supercharger look in progress

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Porsche Calipers !?!!

Holy Sh** !

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sweet.by the way how is daniel and you been? i know i have not been in touch for some time..Just way to busy with the family and too much overtime at work and of coarse the new shop and buying more tools

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My front mounted battery setup





I put it as backwards as possible for safety.

spy pic of the tweeked supercharger look in progress


Does the spare still fit?

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sweet.by the way how is daniel and you been? i know i have not been in touch for some time..Just way to busy with the family and too much overtime at work and of coarse the new shop and buying more tools

Hey Derek, Daniel had several issues to get his dohc tuned right but I think its running perfectly now.. Yeah I have been collecting parts but fierowork goes slow nowadays....We need to hook up soon, hope I can rip some of my suspension to make friends with your sandblaster too

 
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Does the spare still fit?

I dont think so, and I removed the spare tire years ago so I am not using one (only some foam can for small repairs)

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Please.... Any updates on the sweeeeet aazzzz brake set up.
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Hey, how did you do the notch? I forgot and now I want to add the parking light and the connector doesn't fit. I considered shortening the plastic connector housing but your solution looks better. I don't feel like removing both assemblies AGAIN!

BTW, do your headlight doors close with the (long) low beams set so far back in the buckets?

 
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My notch for the extra parkinglight connector:


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Hey, how did you do the notch? I forgot and now I want to add the parking light and the connector doesn't fit. I considered shortening the plastic connector housing but your solution looks better. I don't feel like removing both assemblies AGAIN!
BTW, do your headlight doors close with the (long) low beams set so far back in the buckets?


hey Kolja, I used a grinder and my powerfile for that, and some finishing with a handfile...just using the basic tools I have and make the best of it. The lights are just mounted how I like them but I have not fitted them yet.... looks I have to be careful and change position, how much do the housings stick out with yours ?
btw what kind of connector is used for the parking lights? Still need those.
I got an idea for the unused holes:

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