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Project Genisis Lo Budget 3800SC by hercimer01
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Awesome threat! Did you get those red lights on there? They will look so awesome! I need to see it man

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Thanks!

I did get just the low beams wired up and working so I can drive it. I still need to put a finish on the buckets and run a power feeder from the battery to the front so I can finish wiring the high beams.

I figured out a way to do either white or red in the same halo. I will do that when the buckets are done.

My Fuel pump quit working due to corroded terminals in the pump connector, I had to drop the tank again and rewire the pump. This time I soldered 10AWG wire directly onto the terminal lugs of the pump.

One thing at a time.

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That's awesome. You take a car make it awesome, look at it and think "hmm this can be better" And actually make it even better

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I have had to finish the battery relocation before i can finish wiring the high beams. This is my progress so far.
I found this some where on the web.







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Final installation.

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I have had to finish the battery relocation before i can finish wiring the high beams. This is my progress so far.
I found this some where on the web.






That somewhere would be me!
I also weld a short length of rod to the front of the box, just above the floor so that the lip on the base of the battery fits under it. That stops the battery from tipping backwards and the clamp holds the back down.
I stick a sheet of thin plastic (something like the stuff a skylight might be made out of) to the front face where the battery slides in and glue a short length of PVC pipe (about a quarter inch long) into the holes so that the battery terminals cannot touch bare metal.

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That somewhere would be me!
I also weld a short length of rod to the front of the box, just above the floor so that the lip on the base of the battery fits under it. That stops the battery from tipping backwards and the clamp holds the back down.
I stick a sheet of thin plastic (something like the stuff a skylight might be made out of) to the front face where the battery slides in and glue a short length of PVC pipe (about a quarter inch long) into the holes so that the battery terminals cannot touch bare metal.



Thanks! I was afraid about posting other peoples stuff. I'm glad you like it. By under the front of the box you mean, forward, I bolted in a bent L channel across the top of the battery to hold it down. The clamp, I welded a nut to the bottom of the box to secure the back of the battery. I like the idea of the plastic sheet. However I am concerned with the width of the battery in the tray. It's about 1/2 inch wider than the battery. I'm trying to figure out what do to keep it from sliding sideways. Any ideas?

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Slow going but I'm working on it. Still gotta connect the starter and ground after I disconnect the battery of course.



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I learned how to TIG weld today!





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Nice welds

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Nice welds


Thanks.

I got the car all taken apart. I'm working on wrapping up the swap install and some extra stuff too!. I'm having some of the hardware Cadmium plated for some extra bling.

Before (prepped)



After

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Working on the projector wiring too now that the battery is up front.
This is the stock Fiero headlight connector going into the male version of it with the diode installed so the lows will stay on with the high beams. I still have to wire in the projectors to the battery through the relays.



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Gonna redo the ICM wiring too. I got a bunch of extra pins so I can fab an extra harness.

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This where i'm mounting the Hella relays. They are pretty cool because it has two contacts for the output. One for left and one for right. Two relays one for low and one for high beams.







There is a harness that runs under the radiator. That is where I ran the harness to the drivers side from the passenger side relays.

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I got my Zinc plating back today.



Still work cleaning up the harness too.



These are metri-pack 150 series pull to seat. P/N 12A12002 on Amazon from CrimpSupply.com




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Timm/phonedawgs if you read this please contact me asap in regards to my harness and computer...

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Timm/phonedawgs if you read this please contact me asap in regards to my harness and computer...


Sorry. Wrong person here.

I do wiring myself for a living on aircraft.
I post progress pics on the details like this so people can learn from it.

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Getting close to wrapping it up for FieroRama.
I've been detailing everything.







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She's finally ready. This was Sunday morning. The weather was perfect for the show.





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How much does a good series 2 3.8sc go for these days?

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I got roocked on that spare engine. It was supposed to be a low mileage L32. I paid 1,300 with the wire harness and the computer. It's low mileage but it turned out to be an L67.

For a good series 2 L67 you should be around 500. Low mileage maybe more.

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There's a u pull it in my area has 5 series 2 engines for 250 a piece, but you gotta pull them yourself, I'm thinking of snatching one up for myself.

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I like your headlights they look awesome man. Where can I get a set?

 
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This where i'm mounting the Hella relays. They are pretty cool because it has two contacts for the output. One for left and one for right. Two relays one for low and one for high beams.







There is a harness that runs under the radiator. That is where I ran the harness to the drivers side from the passenger side relays.



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I like your headlights they look awesome man. Where can I get a set?

 
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Originally posted by hercimer01:

This where i'm mounting the Hella relays. They are pretty cool because it has two contacts for the output. One for left and one for right. Two relays one for low and one for high beams.







There is a harness that runs under the radiator. That is where I ran the harness to the drivers side from the passenger side relays.



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'88 GT 5spd White/Beechwood (modded)
'00 Corvette vert. 6spd Yellow/Black (lightly modded)
'05 Colorado Xtreme Black/Graphite
'13 CanAm Spyder ST-S SE5 Pearl Yellow (modded)

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I like your headlights they look awesome man. Where can I get a set?



http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum4/HTML/068782.html

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum4/HTML/054226.html

http://www.rallylights.com/...halogen-dot-sae.html

http://www.rallylights.com/...headlamp-module.html

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I finished this today. Works great on the work bench, now I have to put it in the car. It's laid up now for the winter so I can do my winter projects.





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How much does a good series 2 3.8sc go for these days?



Here is one in my area. For your 'merkuns, that's $300 Cdn, which is about $200US. Even if it's just a lump, might be worth it. I'm thinking on it.

http://www.kijiji.ca/v-engi...hNavigationFlag=true

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Gathering up mods to keep me busy this winter.
It would be nice to find some electrochromic (auto dimming) side mirrors. It sucks sitting at a stop light at night.



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Gathering up mods to keep me busy this winter.
It would be nice to find some electrochromic (auto dimming) side mirrors. It sucks sitting at a stop light


They make those?

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Yup. This mirror is from a 98 Escalade. Tahoe mirrors are the same too except they don't have controls for the headlights. This mirror does something to delay the head lights too but i'm not sure what for. It's not on the print but it is on the mirror (2 pin connector)

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Yup. This mirror is from a 98 Escalade. Tahoe mirrors are the same too except they don't have controls for the headlights. This mirror does something to delay the head lights too but i'm not sure what for. It's not on the print but it is on the mirror (2 pin connector)


I wonder if corvettes have that option. Those mirrors look good.

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The mirror is Gentex which is in alot of different car makes. I found theses on a 1999 Buick LeSabre Limited. Personally I don't like the looks of the Corvette side mirrors because of the telescoping look which to me doesn't flow with the styling of a fiero. These are similar, fiberglass and easily modded to fit right. (I hope)

Maybe these will work. They have power,defrost and auto dim.





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This is with power applied, both mirrors hooked up and the photo cell blocked off.



And this is with power applied, both mirrors hooked up and a flashlight in the photo cell.

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Any interest? I've been buying up all the ones I can find to sell.
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/F.../HTML/073507.html#p0

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I might be interested in one. But I would be scavenging the cd player out of it to fix the one in my camaro. Long story but mine ended up in my dad's 1998 gtp.

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Interest here for a plug & play.

Awesome thread by the way. Keep up the great work keeping us updated too.

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