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SPY PICS!....first secrets of the GTR exposed! by Fie Ro
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You will find that you'll need to move the lights forward 1-2 cm for the headlight doors to close fully.

It's possible to get the plug for the parking lights from Hella but I'll just use small individual crimp-om connectors...

For the unused holes: I just got 2 more of the adjuster screws and have one in each hole. Looks better....

 
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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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few questions...what kind of side skirts are those, where can i get them, how much, and how easy/difficult to put on

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They are by dietmar and are no longer in production but may be again, check the link someone sent you in your other thread.

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few questions...what kind of side skirts are those, where can i get them, how much, and how easy/difficult to put on

The sideskirts are universal M3 style skirts cut to length and molded to the original (GT) skirts. You need to do some fiberglassing and fabricate custom endcaps so its not a bolt-on piece. the universal sideskirts shouldnt be hard to find though...pm replied also
 
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They are by dietmar and are no longer in production but may be again, check the link someone sent you in your other thread.

No, dietmar's sideskirts (and sidescoops) are different from mine but I like them too !


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how did you remove the ribs from the scoop?

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Fie RO, could you post a new series of updated pics of your car inside and out?
Your car is one of my favorites and I'd love to see the current state of things.

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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


Noo, that front end is way more classy than any Mitsu. That looks like an Aston Martin nose. From the right angle it looks like a car you'd expect to see in a James bond movie being driven by bond himself.

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Noo, that front end is way more classy than any Mitsu. That looks like an Aston Martin nose. From the right angle it looks like a car you'd expect to see in a James bond movie being driven by bond himself.


thanks ! Actually thats the comment I get often (if lucky), I rather have it compared to an aston (must be partly the paint choice and mesh setup too) than a wannabe ferrari nose or something..when I started building it I wanted it to look different than a straight copy of something (which is hard because you will compare it anyway)..tried to use a blend of different nice designs to something that would fit my "updated fiero" ideas at that time..

 
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Fie RO, could you post a new series of updated pics of your car inside and out?
Your car is one of my favorites and I'd love to see the current state of things.
-M


Well, it hasnt been out of the garage since last winter and currently it is in a state of surgery it sits on stands and I removed the V6 and parts of the suspension. Everything that will go back will be cleaned, painted or replaced by something better. I will post some progress and ideas soon

btw hate to say but no progress on the interior

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Forgot to ask: With your style hood scoop, the roof glass still fits in the front trunk, correct?

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Gotta love the completely origional fiero changes

Awesome work, let me know if you ever start selling that nose.

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I hope you decide to get a mold of that nose sometime down the road. I would love to have that.

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Forgot to ask: With your style hood scoop, the roof glass still fits in the front trunk, correct?
-M


correct. I pretty maxed out the available space without needing to cut the front trunk. The ability to store the sunroof is a must

One thing that has become a project of its own are the headlights..
I am doing a dual 90mm Hella setup with Fiero1fan's brackets. I already mounted white leds and custom made guard to these brackets (see bottom of page 14) Looking under the hood at their new location I decided to also cleanup and repaint the motor/brackets and front frame metal. Got the expensive hella connectors and they were dissapointing, not even weatherproof connectors...so I build my own, crimped/soldered/shrinksleeved together with braided wiring



One of the details is a small adjuster to hold and secure the wires...first version was a one piece aluminium strip with a tiewrap around the center (lengthwise), this second version works better


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Are you using just the Hella projectors or the Hella HID's for the low beams?

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Are you using just the Hella projectors or the Hella HID's for the low beams?


For now the Hella projectors, I have looked into HID conversions but first I will try these.

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I find myself redoing almost everything under the front hood since dealing with the lights / front-battery and some other stuff Cleaned, sealed and repainted the exposed sheetmetal and frame, also disassembled, cleaned and painted stuff like the radiator brackets and parts

This is a set of catchcans which I may all use

- enginebay coolant filling point
- enginebay intercooler filling / breather
- front overflow tank replacement

Finished Koni's with Held coilovers for the rear

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Wow, I haven't been on here in years, I was following your build along time ago, glad to see you are still at it, I have always respected the amount of work you put into your car, keep it up!

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Bump for the newbies

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I know everyone keeps saying it, and I am new around here, but once again, BEAUTIFUL car. Hats off to all the craftsmanship and eye for what looks great and just plain works.

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HI all

Great car!! OH, thanx for doing this too.......hehe....


edit: Note to self, read all of the pages first!
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Today they are called garage's, yesterday, they were stable's! Eric Jacobsen....

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Your attention to detail is inspiring!

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Thanks !
Here are some details for the trunk.

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Fie RO - the master at teaser shots..

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This a "Can't wait" Bump!!!

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Sure is one good looking car.

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UPDATES??

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Weatherproof Leds:



Boy are you good with fiberglass. Very nice work! Where did yo get these LEDs? Thanks.

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Come on Rod....updates??

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Holy CRAP! I LOVE seeing new projects on here! I've been gone for quite a while and recently came back, and this is the first I've seen of your car.

I love what you've done with it! Your eye for detail and skill at accomplishing it are amazing!

Here's a thought for your mirrors though... There is a place that makes chrome paint... http://www.alsacorp.com/ http://www.alsacorp.com/pro...rome/mirrachrome.htm

It's a multi-step process and it's rather expensive, but it totally looks like chrome when done properly, but without the maintenance.

Good luck on the rest of your project, and I hope you decide to produce that front bumper!!

~M

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any way of getting a set of tem gt vents?? they look amazing

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any updates?

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I have some small updates....

I have several little projects and some are coming to an end but it still takes more time/parts/tools to put the puzzle together....I found my "missing link" tool but there is already 5 months of delay in the delivery ....I really need it for making some essential parts.

So far it is a mix of finished / not finished

Finished items for the rear trunk

Some front restoration parts

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You are a visionary Fie Ro. Your vehicle is amazing and I am still flabbergasted that you have done so much work on it and still used it as a daily driver.

I felt the need to finally chime in because no one else has said anything about the GTR that magically appeared between the tail lights, whats the story on that? And we want more pictures

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Bump


Ro show some new pictures!

Are you also going to Muiden this year with the GTR?

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Any new pictures? Winter's almost here!

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No, dietmar's sideskirts (and sidescoops) are different from mine but I like them too !





bump cause this is my most favorite fiero ever!

. . .i like it so much that i even saved it as my screen saver on my work computer.

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How is the SC 3.8 coming? Actually just a bump for my favorite car.
Think of the profit you could make by suppling us with copies of your modes.... The front bumper should come first.

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Updates?

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Well, theres a lot of boring underbody work to do : with most of the suspension removed I started to clean up and recoat the underbody, even in spaces you will never see ...with small steps because theres only about 1 feet of space to work under...


Of course first a cradle nut had to spin sometime...


This is the first time I used my $50 arc welder and my limited welding skills on my Fiero...used a piece of scrap metal


On purpose I used a longer bar; if it ever separates from the framerail again it will jam on the framerail sidewalls (welded it to the framerail after this pic)

coverup


I spent a lot of time in cleaning up stock parts and make them look like new.


installing the first front suspension parts


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My old front koni's still work well but they will be replaced by new ones


when I took off the front swaybar 2 bolts snapped and they caused a lot of trouble, I burned and snapped a few drillbits on those, then I drilled new holes next to them (the new swaybar mountholes are longer and allow relocation) and tapped them. I am using 10.9 grade bolts now (actually these are 2.8 exhaust manifold bolts I never used) . More stuff added


Last week I made the bracket for the front mounted alternator on the L67. Turned the upper mount spacer on my little machine



Recycling something that was used to mount a tv to a wall

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Ik hoop dat ik je Fiero straks eens in het echt kan bewonderen!

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