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Hi! I'm a nice guy from Russia, and here is my Plazma! by Daniel H
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Hey, Daniel - is there an English website with specifications and information about the ATV?

всего хорошего



http://www.terranica.com

Not all pages and information are filled yet.
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Glad to see you back Daniel.
happy you have a lot of work. More money for Plazma yes?
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Report this Post11-08-2014 10:10 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Daniel HSend a Private Message to Daniel HEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Hi, guys!

There was no post from me for long time, so I will post some pictures about things was done for past time.

I has modified stock wiring diagram of Fiero and add some fuses and relays.

Battery moved to the front compartment. But without spare wheel removal.



Made changes in ignition lock wiring.


Fuse and relay block and power harnesses.

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Hey Daniel , Nice to see your still working on the Fiero. Look forward to more updates.
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Originally posted by davylong86:

Hey Daniel , Nice to see your still working on the Fiero. Look forward to more updates.


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Looking good! Keep up the good work
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I was wondering about your progress, last week. Glad you're still at it.
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Hey, folks!
There is more photos about past progress with Plazma.

Made new radiator bushing from rubber. ( I haven't original one)



Made radiator and fan housing insulation, for more effective cooling.
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And here I has started front suspension modification:

As you can see I has cut off stock brake rotor.


Removed turning knuckle


And began the deal about conversion to shift from stock fiero lower ball joint to other one.


The trouble was in that's the new ball joint, that i wanted to use, have other tapered bore, than stock Fiero.
I hasn't find correct reamer tool on market, so my father has offered to manufacture it by ourself forces.

We made it from the conic shank of ball joint.




Hardening by fast cooling in oil.




Reamer tool is ready to use

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Daniel, I couldn't help but notice that your car blew a shoe, lol ! I love the Plazma kit, keep plugin a way and come spring time maybe you will be driving around Russia in style.
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Still my favorite (and only) Fiero kit I truly love. Glad to see it is still being worked on!

Keep at it Daniel!
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Report this Post12-05-2014 05:41 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Daniel HSend a Private Message to Daniel HEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Hope you're interested about some new photos of past progress:

As, maybe, you can remember I was bought rims for my Plazma (couple pages past).
But problem it's they're 7" wide. So at front, with my front suspension modification, it will fit perfectly. But for rear wheels it's too slim.
So I bought couple of a new rims. Same design, but other size.
These are 18x9 Rays Volk Racing GT-C face 2.
Some pure JDM style on that American car with Russian soul.




And I have modified front compartment harnesses to shift from 1gen headlights to 2gen.
Some of you told me I need to change all front compartment harnesses to do this, but it's not really truth!
I had complete 2gen headlight units, control unit and connectors. And when I look at wiring diagram I have seen that some minor wiring changes would be enough.
So thats it: 1gen harnesses modified to work with 2 gen headlights:



Hope you're enjoyed it!
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Looks good
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Hey, fellows!

Some photos here:


Removed old ball joint and started modify suspension arms. Upper arm is already cut and ball joint displacement plate is installed.


Closer look. Outer side requires some cutting.


Knuckle with new lower ball joint and displacement plate


Upper arm stiffening plate


Construction check


Modify wheel hub to install new brakes


Modified knuckle and caliper adapter.


Parts fitting








Rotor and caliper installed




Car is on the wheels. Fitment is beautyful.


Tie rod extension


View of suspension arms modifications
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I'm glad you're back updating this thread, it's always a pleasure seeing creative engineering and I'm excited to see this finished one day!

Question: will the mod (the notch) to the hub that you made son you could get at the brake adapter unbalance it?

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Question: will the mod (the notch) to the hub that you made son you could get at the brake adapter unbalance it?




I think everything will be OK!
Don't worry!
Some disbalance on that small diameter wouldn't be noticeable.

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Hey, here is couple photos about e-brake lever and cylinder.

As you can remember, on my Plazma I will use hydraulic e-brake system.
So it's built using Girling 0,625 master cylinder and modified lever from russian car.

Measurement for bracket design.


Bracket manufacturing moments.






Almost ready




Ready



Hope you enjoyed it!
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Originally posted by Daniel H:

Hi, guys!

There was no post from me for long time, so I will post some pictures about things was done for past time.

I has modified stock wiring diagram of Fiero and add some fuses and relays.

Battery moved to the front compartment. But without spare wheel removal.



Made changes in ignition lock wiring.


Fuse and relay block and power harnesses.




Can I suggest that you flip the spare tire over and mount the Battery under it? If you ever need to use the spare tire, you won't need to move the battery.
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Can I suggest that you flip the spare tire over and mount the Battery under it? If you ever need to use the spare tire, you won't need to move the battery.



Yes. And No!

Spare tyre is flip over (But it's not stock by reason of bigger brakes). Battery is located over it. On photo you can see carton model of battery. Later I'll post photos of battery bracket manufacturing.
The first reason of battery relocation is for better weight distribution. By that reason battery will be Optima Yellow top 75Ah - it's heavy, and powerful.

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Yes. And No!

Spare tyre is flip over (But it's not stock by reason of bigger brakes). Battery is located over it. On photo you can see carton model of battery. Later I'll post photos of battery bracket manufacturing.
The first reason of battery relocation is for better weight distribution. By that reason battery will be Optima Yellow top 75Ah - it's heavy, and powerful.


OK, so my concern is how much work is it going to take to get the spare tire out?
You could mount the Battery under the passenger head light. I have seen this done a few times.
I don't carry a spare, but the Battery box I have allows the spare to mount over the top of it.
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OK, so my concern is how much work is it going to take to get the spare tire out?
You could mount the Battery under the passenger head light. I have seen this done a few times.
I don't carry a spare, but the Battery box I have allows the spare to mount over the top of it.



Yes, you need to spend some time to get out spare tyre: remove battery, then remove battery bracket, then tyre.
But getting out spare is not frequently situation, so nothing bad.

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Couple photos:

Made and welded steering limiters.


Everything is ready, so time to paint.


Front swaybar from Fierostore is installed.


And rear swaybar also.




Front calipers is painted.


Front suspension is assembled and car is on the wheels.


Assembled brake hoses.

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Originally posted by Daniel H:

Hey, here is couple photos about e-brake lever and cylinder.

As you can remember, on my Plazma I will use hydraulic e-brake system.
So it's built using Girling 0,625 master cylinder and modified lever from russian car.

Measurement for bracket design.


Bracket manufacturing moments.






Almost ready




Ready



Hope you enjoyed it!


That's a neat hydraulic parking brake. One question - how are you going to get out of the car after setting the brake? Does it push back down out of the way like the stock unit does and keep the brake on?

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Does it push back down out of the way like the stock unit does and keep the brake on?



No, it doesn't.
When I bought my car there was no parking brake lever unit, so I use some other part.

 
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One question - how are you going to get out of the car after setting the brake?



I hope there will be not big travel of lever to set it on.
And I don't think I'll use it constantly. Casual way you can left some gear selected while car is parked, and car wouldn't move anywhere.

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I hope there will be not big travel of lever to set it on.
And I don't think I'll use it constantly. Casual way you can left some gear selected while car is parked, and car wouldn't move anywhere.



You could probably pull it up slightly first, and then set it fully after you get out of the car.
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Here is some news:

Because of Plazma rear arches is much wider when Fiero's the stock fueling pipe is too short, and I has modified it.






One mount of extension tank was broken, so I has repaired it.


I cut part of same material from some other detail I have.




And then I fused it








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More:

Started design of battery bracket







Because stock cooling pipe mounts was rusted to dust, I was forced to make new ones.










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Daniel, Welcome !
I am very impressed with your work on this car ! Wow !
You do very nice work !
My rebody project is a DeTomaso replica -
You can see some of my photos if you look at the last 3 or 4 pages
of the Pantera Parts thread in this forum.
The man who makes the kit posted the thread,
but he lets me post my progress there, so the guys can see
one way to assemble the kit he makes.
Keep up the good work!
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Daniel, Welcome !
I am very impressed with your work on this car ! Wow !
You do very nice work !
My rebody project is a DeTomaso replica -
You can see some of my photos if you look at the last 3 or 4 pages
of the Pantera Parts thread in this forum.
The man who makes the kit posted the thread,
but he lets me post my progress there, so the guys can see
one way to assemble the kit he makes.
Keep up the good work!
David


Thank you very much for high evaluation of my build!
Have seen your photos!
Good work, and very good choice of kit, in my opinion. I like original Pantera very much, think it's one of a most beautiful cars in the world.
So I think your car can become awesome rebody. So believe in yourself, and it will be.
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By the reason of my new rear rims is not 5*100 bolt pattern (These rims produced in 5*100 pattern is slim, about 7-8", mine is 9"), I have need to order adapters from 5*100 to 5*114.3.
So I ask my father to draw design and then I ordered it for custom manufacture.
Couple weeks later they come to me.
So here is mine aluminum lathe machined adapters:





Installed



So, here is my Plazma on the new rims.
With wide rims with lip, and good fitment it's looks just awesome!
Maybe some 1 or 2 inch drop required.





Also I has filled cooling system:

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Happy to see you're still at it and making progress.
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Thanks for the updates, the hard work does pay off some day. Keep at it.
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Air intake filter installation.

Filter was bought from Fierostore, hose bought in internet tuning shop in russia.
Connecting pipe is handmade.


Pre-assembled


Installed into car.


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Man I love this build. You're awesome. Keep it up!
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Start of interior modification:

Pre cut parts of new interior


Cutting the old dashboard.


Installing new details


Just a photo


Progress


By the reason of new interior design haven't provide extra gauges in center of a dashboard I have idea to move them behind a cluster.

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Great job Daniel, I like the interior layout you have going. This car is going to be awesome.
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Very cool and can't wait to see the interior completed!
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Couple months ago I've seen one of Laura 3 cars (That one, which stands near car dealer shop).
Maybe you'll like to see this photos.







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Is that red Laura for sale or just a presentation piece?
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