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Coming very soon.... by JimmyS
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Originally posted by JimmyS:

This is still in the production stage but I wanted to post it anyway to get some feedback.

A little story... I love to drive with my sunroof out but I hate the way the top of the roof looks when you remove the sunroof. I came up with an idea, and we are currently in the beginning stages of it, to "hide the rubber" when the glass is out.


This piece will attach the same way your sunroof does. 2 pins in the front and a handle in the back. Best part is... When your sunroof is in, you store it up front under the hood in the sunroof storage area. When you want to remove the sunroof you just swap the 2. It can be painted to match the car or you can do like I plan to do... Cover it with convertible top material to accent my sail windows.

No price has been set for this yet. Like I said... it is still in the beginning stages of R&D

Feedback is appreciated though.

Thats all I have for now but we are working on lots of other ideas.


Although this is a cool idea (and I may want it too), I was hoping it was going to be a replacement sunroof panel. Have you guys thought about doing that? You're halfway there with this piece.
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I can speak from first hand experience that these parts are top notch and quality is second to none. Dan, Kris and Jimmy are doing a great job and bring something to the Fiero community that has been long awaited.

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Originally posted by Mister:

The parts look good.

Does your GT #1 side scoops have any relation to the Diatmer side scoops?

Thanks.


Well I guess you could say that we tweeked dietmars scoops.

If you look at this picture (posted by Randye) you will see some differences in our versus Dietmar's


Here is a pic of a Dietmar scoop


Our scoop curves up closer to the beltline and ours has a more gradual inset instead of a fold line. Our inset also starts closer to the door than a Dietmar scoop does.
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Originally posted by Fiero_Adam:


Although this is a cool idea (and I may want it too), I was hoping it was going to be a replacement sunroof panel. Have you guys thought about doing that? You're halfway there with this piece.


We could easily do that. If there is enough call for it then we may make them. This idea is being made mainly because I wanted it for my car. If there is interest in it then we will re-produce it. If not, then I guess I will have the only one.
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Originally posted by JimmyS:


Well I guess you could say that we tweeked dietmars scoops.

If you look at this picture (posted by Randye) you will see some differences in our versus Dietmar's


Our scoop curves up closer to the beltline and ours has a more gradual inset instead of a fold line. Our inset also starts closer to the door than a Dietmar scoop does.


The curve is also different, having a slightly increased arc length, a smoother radius at the top and a more gentle blend into the aero molding.
Not to take anything away from Dietmar's excellent design, but these are a bit more "refined" in several areas.
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so with those scoops, are the holes gunna be cut by you, or the buyer?
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Originally posted by kawana:

so with those scoops, are the holes gunna be cut by you, or the buyer?


Well in order to keep the price down, the buyer can cut them.
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Report this Post09-20-2008 01:52 AM Click Here to See the Profile for 3.6lvvt6spdgtSend a Private Message to 3.6lvvt6spdgtDirect Link to This Post
i need about 1000.00 any one wanna sponsor me...

please lol

do you have a web site yet?????

i realy need Front and Rear bumbers

is there any thought to ground effects. thay are needed as well
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Originally posted by Hulki U. My-BFF:


No, she was way more of a tease than this.


very funny

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Originally posted by JimmyS:


Kris Munson front bumper style #2 $350.00 + Shipping and Handling




PM Sent!

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m diggin the stuff jimmy ill be getting to yo about some scoops real soon
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Originally posted by JimmyS:

WE HAVE A HATCH BACK! $750.00 + Shipping & Handling (Does not come with glass)
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Any pics of the hinges and the deck lid open?

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Originally posted by JimmyS:
Well I guess you could say that we tweeked dietmars scoops.


I always liked Dietmar's side scoops and there was some posts about someone that will make them in north America.
Now with your new product we almost need a side by side picture of both scoops installed on a Fiero to decide

Thanks.

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Excellent work. Now the money hoover of a car has another thing to get me to spend more money on it
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What about some Ferrari one piece taillight panels that are reasonably priced ? most of the ones available are close to $ 300 except pisa 2 piece which is $200 and does not fit well
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Originally posted by gunslinger:
What about some Ferrari one piece taillight panels that are reasonably priced ? most of the ones available are close to $ 300 except pisa 2 piece which is $200 and does not fit well


I was just going to suggest that For example: this set now at e-bay with a silly B.I.N. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymot...m=&item=130256606631

edit: BTW, you're making some really nice quality items so far and I hope your business does extremely well! Best of luck!
Marc

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Is there someone that have done a rear right side panel like the left side panel with the same air intake as the left side?
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I've been passively interested in that hatchback ever since I saw it several months back in that one thread, heh. As with everyone else, I can't wait to see some completed pics of this stuff. Especially that and the Lizardo kit.
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looking good, what with wheel can tuck under that lizardo kit
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Hey jimmy

I love you man. I gots a feelin I will have a different looking fiero come spring time and a smaller bank account thanks to you

if you can come up with a fiberglass replacement for the glass sunroof at a decent price ( not sure of cost of material and labor but thinking $150 range just a guess) count me in. Thinking about selling my 87 gt with t-tops now I am thinking of driving to florida and picking up a lizardo kit for it. Any estimates of additional cost or list of items needed to finish the kit?

Met you at D7 last year drove the 87 GT (the one I am thinking about selling) down from Baltimore. if fact helped out a little with your fuel pump problem in the hotel parking lot.

Best of luck and thanks for your hard work on this project.

Chuck

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Originally posted by 3.6lvvt6spdgt:

i need about 1000.00 any one wanna sponsor me...

please lol

do you have a web site yet?????

i realy need Front and Rear bumbers

is there any thought to ground effects. thay are needed as well


Website is still in the works. Hopefully it will be up in the next 2-3 weeks.

No plans for ground effects but we can look into it if interest is high.
 
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PM Sent!


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Originally posted by Oneredfiero:

Any pics of the hinges and the deck lid open?


No but I will work on getting some for you.
 
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Originally posted by Mister:

I always liked Dietmar's side scoops and there was some posts about someone that will make them in north America.
Now with your new product we almost need a side by side picture of both scoops installed on a Fiero to decide

Thanks.


Picture will follow by next weekend at the latest. I have dietmars on my car right now and am going to be removing them and putting mine on. Before you ask... They are already sold.
 
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Originally posted by gunslinger:

What about some Ferrari one piece taillight panels that are reasonably priced ? most of the ones available are close to $ 300 except pisa 2 piece which is $200 and does not fit well

Will check into that. We have lots of things planned for the future and this stuff is just the beginning. We have about another 10-15 projects we have not even started yet.
 
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Originally posted by Gokart:

I was just going to suggest that For example: this set now at e-bay with a silly B.I.N. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymot...m=&item=130256606631

edit: BTW, you're making some really nice quality items so far and I hope your business does extremely well! Best of luck!
Marc


Thank you. I can not take all the credit here. Most of these things need to be credited to Dan and Kris Munson. This is a joint effort between Dan, Kris & Myself.
 
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Originally posted by perry rhodan:

Is there someone that have done a rear right side panel like the left side panel with the same air intake as the left side?

Are you talking about placing the stock scoop, that is on the drivers side, on the passenger side also? The scoops we are selling right now are a pair. You get a Driver & Passenger side.
 
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looking good, what with wheel can tuck under that lizardo kit

I'll find out and let you know.
 
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Hey jimmy

I love you man. I gots a feelin I will have a different looking fiero come spring time and a smaller bank account thanks to you

if you can come up with a fiberglass replacement for the glass sunroof at a decent price ( not sure of cost of material and labor but thinking $150 range just a guess) count me in. Thinking about selling my 87 gt with t-tops now I am thinking of driving to florida and picking up a lizardo kit for it. Any estimates of additional cost or list of items needed to finish the kit?

Met you at D7 last year drove the 87 GT (the one I am thinking about selling) down from Baltimore. if fact helped out a little with your fuel pump problem in the hotel parking lot.

Best of luck and thanks for your hard work on this project.

Chuck

You weren't the one who supplied the lube were you? LOL Thanks for you help at D7. I don't have any estimates on extra material costs as of yet for the Lizardo. The pictures I posted here are pics of the very first one being built. Once it is done, Dan will have a good idea of parts costs to complete a kit. Keep in mind that parts will not be supplied. Parts are up to the buyer.
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Nice work! Very nice!

 
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Originally posted by JimmyS:

This piece will attach the same way your sunroof does. 2 pins in the front and a handle in the back. Best part is... When your sunroof is in, you store it up front under the hood in the sunroof storage area. When you want to remove the sunroof you just swap the 2. It can be painted to match the car or you can do like I plan to do... Cover it with convertible top material to accent my sail windows.

No price has been set for this yet. Like I said... it is still in the beginning stages of R&D

Feedback is appreciated though.


Others have suggested a solid panel to replace the sunroof glass.
I also think it might be a good seller.
Cover the inside in the buyers choice of stock headliner material.
(Of course, custom material would be an extra charge, or supplied by the customer to match his own custom headliner fabric.)

On your "around the edges" piece, you probably need to incorporate a wind deflector, to take the place of the "snap in" stock deflector. IMHO, of course.

 
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Thats all I have for now but we are working on lots of other ideas.


Other ideas?

Do a Targa roof conversion that works.
I'll buy at least one.
Maybe two.

I'm quite serious.

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Since Kris is involved are we going to see the clear directional covers for the front bumper again? I'd buy a set of those right now!
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Originally posted by perry rhodan:

Is there someone that have done a rear right side panel like the left side panel with the same air intake as the left side?


Like this ?????????


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Wow. I just signed in for the first time in months to say that you have some nice-looking pieces there.

Lizardo is hot.
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Originally posted by Gokart:

Since Kris is involved are we going to see the clear directional covers for the front bumper again? I'd buy a set of those right now!
Marc


You will be seeing the Headlights and the Marker Light covers. Kris is on vacation right now and he works a full time job. His time to make this stuff is kinda limited but they will be made. The plans is... once the website is up, each item will show an available # in stock. If none are available then it will say currently out of stock check back often.
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Everything is looking really good, great work.

Any chance you will be doing the Ferrari style nose that Yellowstone has on his car??

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...any hatch details yet? Oh, and a Ferrari 430-style rear bumper would be awesome. I love Dietmar's bumper, but at ~$1,000 shipped, I think I'll pass. Think you could beat that price?
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Hey Jimmy, looks like you guy's have your work cut out the way the questions are flying.
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Originally posted by 1986 Fiero GT:

...any hatch details yet? Oh, and a Ferrari 430-style rear bumper would be awesome. I love Dietmar's bumper, but at ~$1,000 shipped, I think I'll pass. Think you could beat that price?


I am waiting to hear back from Dan. I should have this info for you by Wednesday.

As for the Ferrari bumpers. We have not planned on them as of yet. Like I said...we have a lot of things in the works and untill that stuff is done we won't start anything else. I'm pretty sure we could beat the price but it may be a while before we even think about producing them.
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I updated some shipping and payment info with the pics. More info on shipping prices for the items will follow shortly.
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JimmyS: Check your PM's

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hmm, interesting.

what? no replacement gt decklid vents?

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You had me at the hatch! What glass did you use?
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Something as classy as this I'd be all over. This is one of the few custom noses I have seen that really impresses me.

If you guys could make something as classy as that.... I'd buy it.
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Flat style nose in the last pic looks very nice and aggressive!

I seriously wish I had the money for a few of these items. Very interested in the sunroof piece too.
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Man I can not wait to see "The LIZARDO" kit finished I would like to see MORE pix of how it scales up next to Fieros and other cars
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Not sure but it seems this thread should be in the mall, that way feedback can be left and transactions tracked.
Just my two cents.
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