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Hi! I'm a nice guy from Russia, and here is my Plazma! by Daniel H
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Man, this thing is coming along fast!

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Report this Post12-01-2009 10:11 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Daniel HSend a Private Message to Daniel HEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

I hope too, what work will go fast as it can!

No.. It's not a targa.. (that's only miror effect on surface of roof)

Wait for a people who "in the topic"....

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Wait for a people who "in the topic"....



Here it is: "fourpoint9"

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Report this Post12-01-2009 10:16 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Daniel HSend a Private Message to Daniel HEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Or legendary "Plazma" body kit.

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Or legendary "Plazma" body kit.


Oh, no way!!!

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Another country, another enthusiast.. I love this forum

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This is going to be amazing!

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More photos Daniel !

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I love this kit it looks a lot like a LANCIA STRATOS.

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Report this Post12-03-2009 01:36 AM Click Here to See the Profile for f-stopSend a Private Message to f-stopEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Hi Daniel,

I took this picture in St. Petersburg last year:


It was in front of this building:


I enjoyed my visit to your city very much.

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Welcome to the forum Daniel H.

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Report this Post12-03-2009 06:31 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Daniel HSend a Private Message to Daniel HEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Oh f-stop, you a lucky guy! See Fiero in Saint-Petersburg is big luck!

I saw this black one, one time! Same I saw blue one couple of times and red one, what was with burned right side... It's all of stock Fieros I saw. There is couple Fieros I know, but i don't see them no one time.

Also here is couple of Lauras. One is my father's friend's(from that I have owned engine), and one is advertising standing in pedestal near one car dealer's shop.

This one is father's friend's (now got Northstar 4.6 and much modifications) I don't remrmber where is other photos


That's other. I was seen her fotos in that forum in yellow, but now she repainted in red.

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I love what you doing here!!!!!!!!!
Welcome to the Forum Daniel H.

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Hi! here i got couple of questions about my fiero and couple of photos of progress!

The question is: From wich modification of Fiero I got brakes?

That I got at front(I know it's need to be replaced ):


That I got at rear:



And that rear is at a cradle, what comes to me with a motor (previous owner of motor said it's must be from GT. It is so?)




Here is progress:
Front right arch: Cleaned up

and acid primer coated:


Rear: before cleaning:


After:


Here is a preparing to paintwork:


Painting process:acril primer coated


It's my father, helps me with paintwork:


Body totally cleaned up&painted! Ready!


Next I will work at front suspension and rear cradle&suspension cleaning!

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Wow!

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Sandstone or metal? Holy cow that is rusty...

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Hi Daniel H, I admire your project and realize it must be difficult to find parts for a Fiero in Russia so If you post your mailing address here, I don't want to promise but I'll check at the post office to see how much shipping would be, possibly I could send you a few things. I have some new unused Fiero replacement parts that I am never going to use. ball joints etc. They are not worth much here but may be helpful to you. You are doing a nice job restoring your car, The rear cradle is something that is famous for rusting, I had to replace a bad one because of the rust where the lower control arms attach. keep up the good work. Rob

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Hi Daniel H, I admire your project and realize it must be difficult to find parts for a Fiero in Russia so If you post your mailing address here, I don't want to promise but I'll check at the post office to see how much shipping would be, possibly I could send you a few things. I have some new unused Fiero replacement parts that I am never going to use. ball joints etc. They are not worth much here but may be helpful to you. You are doing a nice job restoring your car, The rear cradle is something that is famous for rusting, I had to replace a bad one because of the rust where the lower control arms attach. keep up the good work. Rob


Yes, Same here. I am always in the salvage yards here in the USA. Plenty of scrap Fieros.[you would be amazed what americans throw away] Email me I will try to look for parts there for you too. Good luck with your car and Welcome to the Fiero madness. Ed

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From Russia Huh??? Da. Ochin Harasho. Ya panimaqo ruski... Malko...

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Great to see you getting everything down to bare metal.
It's the proper thing to do in your situation.

Wow...even your floor jack is rusty.

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Yes cradle is very rusty! So I'm planning send it to sandblasting(hope I called right termin in English) for cleaning.

So can anybody say from what modification is that brakes? Please, it very interested me

Big thanks to rourke_87_T-Top and ED77KATR for propose help! I think I will need it later, because some small details is absence... When I make up list of required parts, I will wrote to you!

 
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you would be amazed what americans throw away


Ooh I well known about it! Where a good working cars are! I'm going very upset when I see american salvage yards in films or on a TV! I also saw what your police doing with a street racing cars! I saw clip where few tuned cool Honda's was destroyed thru break into pieces!!! It was sad too see! Maybe I can wrote them too send me couple of these cars ....
http://www.youtube.com/watc...ure=player_embedded.

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For the comparison: that cars what you have in your's salvage yards, example some old bad condition american sedan of 70th, here in russia value more than 15000$

Some Camaro '70 or classic Mustang priced more than 50000$ Corvette '70 is near 100000$

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What, no body knows from what modification of Fiero my brakes is?

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What, no body knows from what modification of Fiero my brakes is?


86 to 92 pontiac 6000 front brakes and uprights used in the rear with 115 mm bolt patern

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That what was made for last weeks:


Sandblasted and acid primer coated:

Cleaned and painted:

Assembled and ready to install:



Ready:

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thats a helluva kit! i see its raining as usual in Washington lol

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Awesome results Daniel!

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Hi Daniel, I've been following your thread and I understand the difficulty with parts. With your brakes, the cheapest way to proceed is to replace them with the GrandAm/Beretta setup. If you don't need a parking/emergency brake in Russia, it is cheapest. If you need an ebrake it is a little more.

You can order the parts you need on line at www.rockauto.com

Here are two threads to help you out

The first one is a long thread and goes through alot, but you'll get all the info.

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/072173.html

The second one tells you how to install the ebrake with the upgraded system

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/083566.html

The Grand Am brakes are a whole lot cheaper than Fiero parts. The Grand Am is a much heavier car and the brakes with the larger brake booster make the car much safer and stop really well.

I hope this helps.

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Time for an update... Hows it coming together Daniel ?

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Wow great progress Daniel, I love what you doing!!!

Keep up the good work.

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Hi, guys!

Hope you don't forget about me!

My building process is get slow down, but it's keep going!

Let's see some photos!

Here is shocks installation process:
It's my new adjustible shocks. Yes, it's "Rancho", I don't joke ...

Try on

Here it is

Making adapters for upper mount


Adapters ready


I was have a problem with dusters for shocks, because dusters, what came in complect with shocks is can't be mounted! No way! It's don't fit with this shock, because they are too narrow. And I was forced too search the exit. That what I thought:
(i dont know name of this drink on english, may be some one gives me a hint) I was drank it, and then i do something with bottle

I was needed to drank couple of them. It wasn't difficult... and even some pretty...

And here is my new dusters, made from a plastic bottle

Assembled

Stickers added

Mounted. Looks nice!




Tomorrow I will post next couple of photos...

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Awesome!

Keep up the good work!

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You'll have to tell us how they ride. Looks like a great option for front shocks. What is the Rancho part number ?

What will you use for the rear Struts ?

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All I can say is WOW! Those drinks (dust covers) sure look like Dannon yogurt drink! If so, I bet you were very "regular" for the next few days!

You are doing an amazing job on this car, and I can't wait to see what it looks like when you are done! With that said, don't keep us in the dark, your updates are awe inspiring.

Also, as stated before by other members, your english is quite good (I have no problem reading through it) for not being your primary language.

Kudos to you and your work!

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Thanks all you!
About "Rancho" part number tell you later. Don't know yet how it will ride, but I can say they got wery big adjustment range! From soft to very hard!
Also don't know yet about rear struts...

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Hello Daniel,

Welcome to the forum. I've seen a lot of European shows that claim Americans only build cars that go in a straight line, I'm very grateful that you have bought an American car that disproves that theory.

I've read your thread for the first time and would like to give you a suggestion. If I were in Russia trying to build up a Fiero, I would use parts that I could get more easily. There is someone on this forum, an American I think, that used a Volkswagon V6 engine and transmission in his Fiero. I have also seen someone use brake calipers from a Nissan 300ZX. For the brake upgrades in America we use, for the most part, other American vehicles; because they are easily acquired and less expensive here, mainly the Corvette and Dodge Viper, and less expensive is the Berretta and also Chrysler Lebaron. I'm not sure if any of these will work but I know the bolt pattern is the same:

Subaru Legacy, Imprezza, Outback Wagon, Forester from 1990 to present
Toyota Cellica (all years), Camry, new Cellica GT and GTS from years 1986 to present
Volkswagon Golf 3, Jetta 3, Passat GLX, Corrado, Jetta 4, Golf 4, Beetle 1992 to present

Again, I don't know the backspacing on these cars rotors or inner diameter of the rotor itself, I also don't know what modifications to the Fiero spindle knuckle, or custom bracket for the calipers to work. I also don't know if the thread for the brake lines would work, you'd have to figure that out. But, if you ever had to replace something, you'd know you could just walk down to the local parts store and pick up another one. Also, try Opel they might have something that works since they were more associated with GM until recently.

In America we pride ourselves on our ingenuity, we call it "redneck engineering", exactly like what you did for your shock dust boots. That made me and I'm sure many Americans very proud of you. In America we also used to modify Japanese vehicles with engines that were only available in Japan. Our laws changed so we adapted, now we install Corvette engines in our Mazda RX7s, Miatas, Nissan Z cars, 240SXs (Silvias), and Toyota Supras. If I lived in Europe, I'd still own a Fiero, because I'm crazy about this car; but I'd build it with a BMW V8 mounted to a Volkwagon transmission, steering rack from a Lotus, brakes from a Lamborghini, suspension from an Audi and so on and so on. It'd still be a Fiero, just more accustomed to local parts stores and mechanic shops. Good luck and keep us informed!

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Hi, everybody!
Here is a promised photos:

Underframe disassembled:




Hmm... clean works was needed(now it's all done but photo will be posted later)



Gearbox taked off


EGR is going to the garbage...


Crankshaft rear oil seal is dead(Now is replaced)


Clutch disk was wearout. There I was searched disc in some shops what trading american parts. But they all said what they can bring only full clutch kit(what I don' needed). And then father proposed me to rivet other friction strap...

Fiero disc

Donor disc (Toyota 1KZ-TE)



Done:


Ordered and recieved repair manual.


Remark: All these photo was done some time ago. Now process is in some other condition. Hope tomorrow I give you some more photos(If I don't be too lazy)
Note: If you see some mistakes, please correct me. My english is not so good...

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That clutch disk rescue was absolutely BRILLIANT!!! Awesome!

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Great ingenuity you have Daniel! This is a great thread to read!

Don't worry about your English, it makes way more sense than most of Pontiackid's posts

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Freaking Amazing.. These little cars are in Russia.

I can not wait for more pictures.. You guys are doing an incredible job!

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