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SPY PICS!....first secrets of the GTR exposed! by Fie Ro
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OMFG! I may have just made a happy mess in my pants. That engine install is extremely sexy! She is looking just great. I have always watched this build, and can't wait to see the end result.


Whoo hoo! Page 17 is mine.
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Thanks !

..for the trunkside of the enginebay I had a rough idea for a fiberglass or carbonfiber cover but I found an aluminium profile that could work too but differently, gave it a try
After a lot of cutting/fitting/cutting/fitting/cutting/fitting/ etc its taking shape


Then I want to mount a few switches that I dont want in the trunk


switches testfitting


The rewarding stuff is to make it shine Wetsanded with 400 and 1000 ...polished a little with a polishingwheel on a drill and then some belgom handpolish...this is the first pass

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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:



how much dose a set of headlights like that go for?

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how much dose a set of headlights like that go for?


These are Fiero1fan's brackets and I ordered the Hella lights seperately (and also did some mods)...I dont have a total figure but it is not really cheap

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Report this Post06-28-2009 06:17 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Fie RoClick Here to visit Fie Ro's HomePageClick Here to Email Fie RoSend a Private Message to Fie RoEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Started to setup and weld the dogbone brackets..cleanup, zincspray and then hi-temp paint





I still think the aluminium bar needs a logo....time to take out an old idea..

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any ideas on where to get the hella lights ?

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any ideas on where to get the hella lights ?

try google: "hella projector 90mm"

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Fie RO, are you going to make an engine bay window for this car when it is done? I think it would really show it off. (just make sure to add some curvature to the "glass" (acrylic) )

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Fie RO, are you going to make an engine bay window for this car when it is done? I think it would really show it off. (just make sure to add some curvature to the "glass" (acrylic) )


It crossed my mind but its already been done nicely before, starting with Skitime's..
..now when heatresistant flexible oled displays (transparent when turned off) will become available and affordable I may think again

Seriously I am going for a good look with the decklid up...
the challenge (+time) is to make everything fit and work right...getting all the pieces of puzzle lined up and get the final picture...pff..lol

 
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I still think the aluminium bar needs a logo...
.time to take out an old idea..


Yeah
When I got the L67 I was able to get a pretty good mold of the engine cover logo and made a copy in clear and CF....
they have been gathering dust...



however I tried several setups ( paint and cutouts ), I never found a way to justify to cover the blower

anyway, a new version would now need:
- smooth main surface ( instead of small texture)
- red casted letters ( better than paint)

Start, hard to fill red tinted resin without spilling and cleanup

clear resin and CF

rough from the mold

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Verry Nice job!!!!!

I like that.!

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bump looks sweet.... did you ever get my pm?

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it's good to see you are still working on the car. every time you post something it is better than the last one.
nice job.

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Wow, SWEET!!!

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Report this Post07-21-2009 06:54 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Fie RoClick Here to visit Fie Ro's HomePageClick Here to Email Fie RoSend a Private Message to Fie RoEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Thanks

all that tinkering slows down total progress but hey ; " my Fiero is my sketchbook "



Still fighting how to use these...it always gets complicated

So went to testfit the dogbones


At the top right of the pic below I turned a teflon spacer to mount the bar to the trunk for extra support..I consider a second one close to the left side mount..as most of this setup is selfmade and I cant trust everything I make...





The right dogbone setup first needs some clearance work on the aluminium (ex) heater passage next to the head..
The block still needs to be lowered a little at the right side to sit perfectly level, by slotting the enginemount some more..but since the dogbones are adjustable that shouldnt be a problem for the final setup..

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I want to use some mesh and led backlight to fill the space between the 2 bars...after some thinking I came up with a simple small aluminium U profile; mounted to the upper bar, mesh mounted to the profile and leds in the profile...pix will explain better

using the drilled profile as a soldering jig, leds are upside down

shrinkwrap




Most leds are around 2V and to keep it simple I usually put 6 or 7 leds in series to run on 12V so no resistors or other scary stuff is needed...heres a mockup of the effect of the mounted leds on the mesh..



The effect is pretty cool, changing in size when you move angle

looks a little like a tube amplifier I guess

But these red leds are not strong enough..I like subtle but it needs to be pretty dark to see them...will have to get some brighter leds ! The blue switch leds blow them away..

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I want to make everything to work together, put a mockup together (again ) The 3800 logo needs to line up with the lcd (and needs tweaking)...just to get you the idea where I am heading at..




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Looking good. Keep us updated
Will the LCD flip up when you go on shows?

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Will the LCD flip up when you go on shows?


No, but it is angled upwards a little already with this setup...maybe hard to see on these pix..but more would be too obvious.. and the screen is pretty good to see at angles so I just hope it works well enough this way..

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Report this Post07-23-2009 04:18 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Fie RoClick Here to visit Fie Ro's HomePageClick Here to Email Fie RoSend a Private Message to Fie RoEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Btw I fitted remote on/off wiring for the tft ..it will be the pushbutton next to the switches.


I got worried if I would have to solder to a tiny part....

but tp3 and tp4 cant be missed, easy...!

Checking

More checking while putting everything back in place

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Realy nice, I got a LCD photo screen for mine. Useful to show the build.

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Realy nice, I got a LCD photo screen for mine. Useful to show the build.



Exactly, at one time I considered dvd video and speakers in the trunk but that would be too much.., its about the car..first..then a simple slideshow tells all about it for those who really want to know about it..

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Pretty nice detail work!...Looks like you're putting together a show car.

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Pretty nice detail work!...Looks like you're putting together a show car.


Looks like he's putting together a car for the Riddler Award.

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BUMP for progress.

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Bling, bling!

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She's looking the beast Fie Ro! Forgive me for skim reading, what rotors were you looking to use?

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*bump* for more pictures. (even if it's of the old stuff, but updated pictures)

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We Need Updates On This Build!

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I was able to get a pretty good mold of the engine cover logo and made a copy in clear and CF....
they have been gathering dust...


Hey Fie Ro,

Great build! BUT!!!!! You're going to have to explain exactly how you took that mold! AMAZING!

G (SK)

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bump great build

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Hey Fie Ro,

Great build! BUT!!!!! You're going to have to explain exactly how you took that mold! AMAZING!

G (SK)



Jel Coat / Fiberglass the original part. Then spray your mold release, resin / cf and throw it against a wall.

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Sorry, I havent put much time into the project last months, busy at work, a freezing garage and some Fiero withdrawel that happends sometimes. Allthough I am slowly getting back to picking up projects...I want to get it back on the road this year (like I said last year )

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Front has some minor changes now and the Crystal lights came in today! They seemed soooo big to me but when I placed them on the bumper I thought/think I can make them fit in there


Hey! What is this bumper originally from?

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What year m3 do the side skirts come off of and how do you make them fit?

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Originally posted by GT86FASTBACK:
Hey! What is this bumper originally from?


I think it was a 1996 accord..civics had them too. At the time the best base I could find. Top is part of a Fiero coupe nose, the rest is custom.
Although its a short nose on the Fiero the wheel arches of the buck were moved 2" backwards.

 
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What year m3 do the side skirts come off of and how do you make them fit?


These were universal fiberglass copies..cut to length. I bonded them to the stock rockers and made fiberglass endcaps and a CF sillplate

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