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New manufacture windshield cowling by PISA The Fiero HQ
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PISA has developed a new fiberglass windshield cowling to replace the old factory units on all years and models of the Fiero. It is not an exact replica of the original, but we feel it has superior looks and durability. It is manufactured with hand-laid fiberglass mat and a black gelcoat finish. The vent areas are covered with formed stainless steel wire mesh already bonded to the panel from underneath. All new hardware for installation is included. You do not need to reuse any old hardware and only one hole needs to be drilled for the new holdown clamp for the spring. Complete installation instructions are also included.

The price is $219.00 plus shipping/handling (varies with your location - we ship from Phoenix, AZ). We accept VISA, MasterCard, and Discover, or you can send a check or Money Order. Any questions can be posted here, or you can call us at 602-273-1616 or 877-773-1616. Our direct email is info@pisafierohq.com



The hardware package:


Hardware with the cowling:


Original cowling:


Original and new cowlings:


New cowling in place:


Detail of the spring and washer tube:


Another install (on my Jalapeno)


Thanks for looking!

Marty Jakolat, Owner
PISA - The Fiero HQ
1121 E Tonto Street
Phoenix AZ 85034
602-273-1616
877-773-1616
www.pisafierohq.com

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will paypal be an option?
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Hey Marty, that looks reasonably nice. I guess its a glossier upgrade for a more modern look.

I appriciate the effort for a new product for the fiero.

Will this fit all fieros, or just 86-88GT models.

I have a used 88 Formula cowl on my 88GT. It fit nice, but it fit tightly.
BTW, I recommend useing the exact style tabs for installation. Plus the 2 tabs
on the outter sides have to be used. They have the same look as the ones you have in
your kit. The other 5 are different.

Again, yes...I like your new product.

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I can also accept PayPal. Thanks.
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Thanks to fierogt28 for your comments. The fiberglass piece is more rigid than the original and has the added screw for holding the spring. We did eliminate some of the push fasteners, but the unit stays in place well. It is based on the later style, but fits all years and models. We have it installed on a 1984 and a 1987gt.

If you prefer the matte finish, it can also be painted.

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Report this Post11-08-2013 09:42 PM Click Here to See the Profile for fieroseblackClick Here to Email fieroseblackSend a Private Message to fieroseblackEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Can not view pictures. Went to web site & could not locate this offering.

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Unfortunately, I do not have this item on the website (some problems with hosting). If anyone is unable to view the pictures, please email me at info@pisafierohq.com (you can also email directly from the website) and I will send pictures.

I used PIP, and apparently the server was down 11/9/2013 AM

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That looks really nice and clean, and (hopefully) better at keeping leaves and crap from getting stuck in the holes of the stock one I might have to do this.
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Marty,

I will be ordering a few of those for my collection. Thanks!

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Thank you to kwagner and TXOPIE for the positive responses!
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Are these available now? That's looks fantastic! I've yet to find one that isn't warped beyond repair. I didn't see it on your website.
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Yes, the cowlings are available. Sorry, the website is WAY past due for updating!
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pictures are not working
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The pics are working for me. It is a very nice looking product! Very nice work and this is obviously thinking outside the box for a part I've never thought twice about.

Speaking of thinking outside the box, nothing is further outside the box than the Jalapeno! Question about it: What size wheels and tires are you using on yours?

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Pictures are working for me. Looks very nice.
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Nice, I'll be getting one of these soon.

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Originally posted by Boostdreamer:

The pics are working for me. It is a very nice looking product! Very nice work and this is obviously thinking outside the box for a part I've never thought twice about.

Speaking of thinking outside the box, nothing is further outside the box than the Jalapeno! Question about it: What size wheels and tires are you using on yours?

Jonathan


I am using P255/55R17 tires all around. I damaged the front end, so we are replacing it and doing some modifications and upgrades.

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Can you tell me the width and offset of your wheels?

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if it were not for the fact I have a new oem one I'd jump on this immediately. I do however need the hardware if available to purchase separately.

if so please pm me the cost.

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Hi there.

I PM'd you about this a couple of weeks ago but got no reply. I also e-mailed you. Still nothing. Is the problem at my end and you did not get them or are you just not talking to me?

I am interested in this product, but live in Europe. You have posted to me in the past (the Euro dash) so I am hoping you will again.

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As soon as I receive my tax refund, I'm buying one.
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Originally posted by PISA The Fiero HQ:

PISA has developed a new fiberglass windshield cowling to replace the old factory units on all years and models of the Fiero. It is not an exact replica of the original, but we feel it has superior looks and durability. It is manufactured with hand-laid fiberglass mat and a black gelcoat finish. The vent areas are covered with formed stainless steel wire mesh already bonded to the panel from underneath. All new hardware for installation is included. You do not need to reuse any old hardware and only one hole needs to be drilled for the new holdown clamp for the spring. Complete installation instructions are also included.

The price is $179.00 plus shipping/handling (usually about $25.00 for most of the continental US as of the time of this writing). We accept VISA, MasterCard, and Discover, or you can send a check or Money Order. Any questions can be posted here, or you can call us at 602-273-1616 or 877-773-1616. Our direct email is info@pisafierohq.com



The hardware package:


Hardware with the cowling:


Original cowling:


Original and new cowlings:


New cowling in place:


Detail of the spring and washer tube:


Another install (on my Jalapeno)


Thanks for looking!

Marty Jakolat, Owner
PISA - The Fiero HQ
1121 E Tonto Street
Phoenix AZ 85034
602-273-1616
877-773-1616
www.pisafierohq.com


PM'ed you a while back about the hardware package and still no reply. Are you selling these and if so how much, thank you.
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My apologies to everyone who sent me a PM. I was not receiving notifications. Replies have been sent.

We are currently manufacturing the cowling. Orders are generally filled in 1-2 weeks, as we manufacture all our parts when orders are received.

Thanks.

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PM sent for local purchase/pickup

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It looks great but can't afford it yet.
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Very nice. Are these still around?
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Contact the guys at PISA via email. I bought one for my Fiero last year. Sprayed it satin black. Looks fantastic.

info@pisafierohq.com
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Thanks. What color are they, upon arrival? Do they have to be painted?

I wish I could see one installed, in person.

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We are still manufacturing the cowlings. They are a gloss black, but can be painted. We are in Phoenix AZ and happy to show the installed part if you are in the area.
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Could you make one without the HVAC air openings?

I'm thinking about a hood vent and don't want to flow radiator air to my A/C intake. I can get fresh air from the ends of the cowl plenum or the edges of the hood via NACA ducts.
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Our mold has the openings in it, so the areas would need to be filled in after the part is laid up. This would be time consuming (translate - expensive) for us to do here. I could send the part without the screens installed and you could do the modifications. The openings for the washer spray heads would also need to be addressed.
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I have one. Great workmanship!!!
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Originally posted by PISA The Fiero HQ:

Our mold has the openings in it, so the areas would need to be filled in after the part is laid up. This would be time consuming (translate - expensive) for us to do here. I could send the part without the screens installed and you could do the modifications. The openings for the washer spray heads would also need to be addressed.


Cool. Thanks for explaining. Are the screens glued in?
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Thanks to predmeister for the positive comment.

We use urethane windshield adhesive to attach the screens from the underside. This makes a very durable bond.
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I just removed the cowling from a new project car, to check for any potential issues.
Makes me appreciate how really nice this new piece is. (Way too nice for my car, at this point. Maybe after a while...)

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Originally posted by PISA The Fiero HQ:

We use urethane windshield adhesive to attach the screens from the underside. This makes a very durable bond.


Ok. I could use a similar product to attach some textile rubber sheet or a similar material.
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Please check your PM's.

I want one of these cowls if you have any available (85 GT).

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PM sent

Urethane windshield adhesive is relatively expensive (about $20 per tube) and cannot be dispensed from a manual caulk gun.
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Originally posted by Will:

Could you make one without the HVAC air openings?

I'm thinking about a hood vent and don't want to flow radiator air to my A/C intake. I can get fresh air from the ends of the cowl plenum or the edges of the hood via NACA ducts.


Your A/C intake is from the passenger footwell, not from out side, only the heater and vent pull from the outside, if this helps.


BTW, I didn't know these existed, as alot of the ones at our yard are rotting out, what a great product.


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