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Rocket Bunny Fiero #ProjectFZero by Fiero Tony
Started on: 07-26-2016 03:43 PM
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Originally posted by dobey:

Not to detract from the thread, but this is just not true. The only practical limit is 300kB here. Anything over 300kB will have the ugly icon shown. But photobucket is particularly annoying here, as clicking the icon often also results in the photobucket site being opened as well.


I'm not sure what you're referring to as "just not true", but the rest of the above quote is about the only thing you've stated that I agree with. Photobucket indeed sucks.

 
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There are plenty of threads with images wider than 1024 pixels on this forum, which are not hidden behind such icons.


Yes, there are plenty of threads ruined by people linking to humongous images (with file sizes smaller than 300 kb) which don't fit on a 1920x1080 monitor... but in my original post in this thread it's pretty clear I'm referring to the use of PIP to post images, and I posted the correct limitations for images posted using PIP. An image file size of greater than 300 kb is rejected by PIP, whereas a posted link to an image file greater than 300 kb hosted elsewhere will be accessed through an icon.

 
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Also, what you described is not how image compression works. JPEG is a specific defined format, and taking a JPEG with the dimensions you described and simply re-saving it as JPEG, is not going to significantly reduce file size. You can reduce quality and get the same image possibly with a sizable difference in final file size, but for the most part, this is not satisfactory.


Dobey, you're no stranger to posting contrary opinions, and I welcome them... but in this case you are completely wrong. In my earlier post, I uploaded a re-compressed version of an image (using IrfanView and then PIP) that the OP had previously supplied a Photobucket link to... which could only be accessed by clicking on an icon. That's because the file size was over 300 kb... it was 729 kb. My re-compressed version is 268 kb, with the same number of pixels. It looks just fine. According to you, I accomplished the impossible. Thank-you.

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With many programs when you save a jpg you can shoose the "quality" which can denote file size.
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60% jpeg quality is usually enough to not see a difference in the picture quality and still keeping it way under 300kb.

I am following this project, it is different and I am curious how it will develop. Good luck !
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Thanks guys for the feedback on how to fix these pictures not showing. I will run thru all of them to have all of them display here soon. In other news I'm finally going to be dropping off the car to have the fender flares corrected. Pretty excited. Also bought other set of wheels for the BMW so I can go to work on the Veilside Andrews for the Fiero. Stay tuned.
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With many programs when you save a jpg you can shoose the "quality" which can denote file size.


 
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60% jpeg quality is usually enough to not see a difference in the picture quality and still keeping it way under 300kb.


Whether you're choosing "quality" or a compression "percentage", it still becomes somewhat of a guessing game (might take numerous attempts) if you're trying to achieve the best possible image quality while maintaining a file size under any prescribed limit... for PIP or for posting here without the need to click an icon, 300 kb. What I love about IrfanView is that when saving a JPG image, you input the maximum file size allowed, and the program automatically figures out the compression and then creates the file. No fuss, no muss!

I just wanted to add that I've noticed many many times here over the years that people will often shrink the image size just to reduce the file size. For example, shrinking a 1024x768 image down to 800x600 to reduce the file size to under 300 kb. Completely unnecessary.

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Very unique look. I'm liking what I see so far. Keep it up. Can't wait to see where this ends up.
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Report this Post08-29-2016 03:42 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Fiero TonyClick Here to Email Fiero TonySend a Private Message to Fiero TonyEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Was planning on rebuilding a set of wheels until I came across these 19" Work Rezax ii at a steal with tires. Picked them up yesterday and to which I already had the converted spacers for them so I slapped them on.





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Those wheels match the car a million times better.
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Is that a modified Fiero Warehouse spoiler or something off a different car?
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Is that a modified Fiero Warehouse spoiler or something off a different car?


No, it's a one off duck tail lip from a 240sx that I modified.

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Gna be addressing the fender flares gaps soon and have everything flowing well.





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Some pics I took over the weekend. Looks like now both cars are on that black on black theme.



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Took some night pics.





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Looks great.

I wonder if it would look that good on a notchie?

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Took the car this past week to another body shop and they will tackle the fenders and clean up the lines to make it flow with the car. Should have it done by next month hopefully.



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Good. Can't wait to see it
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Got the actual wheels I wanted on the car redone recently. Also, the fiero was down due to the radiator puking. Replaced it with a 3 row aluminum radiator so its back running. I can finally drop it of my body shop guy to address the fenders. Current look.

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Ya know I am not sure if I like this or not. I LOVE that you are able to fit much larger wheels and tires and I have been a fan of the rocket bunny mods in the RX7 FD cars as well but I guess I am not sold on the look on the GT. I must say that you are doing a great job of it and it is certainly getting there. Not sure exactly what it needs but it is starting to look a lot nicer. I gotta agree that the black spoked wheels looked best. Good luck and keep up the good work I think you are onto something here that will look amazing with some more tweaks. Thanks for sharing your pictures...

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Took some day pics. Waiting for my body shop guy to have opening so I can drop the car off to have the fenders sit flush. In the meantime I'm going to decide whether to do air install or do the rear coilover / cut front coil route. Also gna finish the diffuser as well

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Was planning on rebuilding a set of wheels until I came across these 19" Work Rezax ii at a steal with tires. Picked them up yesterday and to which I already had the converted spacers for them so I slapped them on.




I like those wheels better.. but it's not my car.. So go with whatever you like.

If It was my car and I was to run those wheels I think I'd polish or make satin alum the first 1" of the outer lip.. giving it just enough contrast.. instead of the full murdered out everything black look..
It also not make the centercaps stick out like a sore thumb
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I like those wheels better.. but it's not my car.. So go with whatever you like.

If It was my car and I was to run those wheels I think I'd polish or make satin alum the first 1" of the outer lip.. giving it just enough contrast.. instead of the full murdered out everything black look..
It also not make the centercaps stick out like a sore thumb


I myself liked these wheels as well but I just think after experiencing the 19" wheels on my car they looked to big. 17 and 18s are more suitable for this small car hence why I wanted to stick to my plan with the 18" Veilsides. Although, those 19" wheels have since got rebuilt wider to 19x10.5 and 19x11.5 and repainted. They will be going on my Infiniti Q45 which has air setup. Not sure if you guys are aware but I'm a bit of a wheel wh0re. Here's my collection:

Work Rezax II 19x10.5 and 19x11.5
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BBS Style 5s *These will be rebuilt for the Fiero later*
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Autostrada Modena (Famously know as the Ferrari F40 wheel) 17x10 and 17x12 Currently in the finishing stages of being rebuilt

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Gonna put some dual outlet exhaust tips on?

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Gonna put some dual outlet exhaust tips on?



Yes sir..they have been ordered.
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I really like your headlight mod. Curious how you did them.


I also like everything else you are doing too.
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Got my 3.5 outlet exhaust tips. Installing them this weekend.

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Got my 3.5 outlet exhaust tips. Installing them this weekend.



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Got the exhaust tips on. Before and After. Big difference.

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Are you going to make molds off of these fenders. I want to either buy a set or see if I can find some like this. Let me know.
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Are you going to make molds off of these fenders. I want to either buy a set or see if I can find some like this. Let me know.


Yes I will be producing these kits hopefully sooner than later. I have my body shop guy thats going to mold these fenders correctly and I found a local mold shop that will produce these for me. I do have others that are interested so the demand is there for this kit. I will get this all sorted out.

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what is the front chin spoiler made from?

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How do the tips get blue like that?
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How do the tips get blue like that?


Discolored by the manufacturer. It's a common style.
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How do the tips get blue like that?


Titanium changes colors with heat and blue is from some of the higher levels of heat.
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What offset are your wheels?
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what is the front chin spoiler made from?




PM'd

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How do the tips get blue like that?


I bought the tips this way.
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What offset are your wheels?


Wheels are -5 and 0 in the rears but I'm running 15mm adapters all around so essentially the offsets are -20 and -15 rears
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I bought the tips this way.


Hey Tony - sent you a PM about the tips, if you don't mind the question :-)

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