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Choptop #025 "FIEROciousGT" Build by FierociousGT
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I noticed that most of the interior is matted with Dynomate. How much material did you use and the cost?


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Curly, I didn't the previous owner put that in.

Archie any updates? I was reviewing the Mini cooper side markers we may need to go into the fender due to the curve. Good thing you haven't glassed them.. right? How are the new headlight coming. Post pics where the cut is on the hood/bumper location before cutting. I'll reply to your email this week.

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Hey Dude, Try to control yourself.

The last update was Friday night, yesterday was Saturday, today is Sunday.

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Curly, I didn't the previous owner put that in.

Archie any updates? I was reviewing the Mini cooper side markers we may need to go into the fender due to the curve. Good thing you haven't glassed them.. right? How are the new headlight coming. Post pics where the cut is on the hood/bumper location before cutting. I'll reply to your email this week.



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Sorry, Curly's excitement is contagious!
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Archie go ahead and order the new wind shield and use the stock mirrors. I decided to pass on the F430 mirrors at $1100 each. To much money.
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Hey Dude, Try to control yourself.

The last update was Friday night, yesterday was Saturday, today is Sunday.

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I check the forum about every 30 minutes looking for updates


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I check the forum about every 30 minutes looking for updates




I don't know about checking every 30 minutes, but I'm checking it now, hehe.
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Got the Cooper side marker lights today.

They look like they will look good when installed.

We're working on glassing the body today.

It'll be a few days before we can do a proper test fitting of the side markers but they look good so far.

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I'm going to have to get out my trusty beating stick.... any updates..


The natives are bored and getting restless!

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pics, pics, pieeeeks!
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OK, so you want an update.

This will be the boring update.

We're just doing fiberglass work. People have seen us doing this kind of work 20 times already.

It's dirty, dusty & repetitive. But here goes......



Laying up the last layer of fiberglass matt on the rear clip, Kris has the gas cap door assembly attached already....



Then we installed the center section of the spoiler.....



The beginning of the filling & sanding is begun.....



More glassing around the rear end of the fender cap......



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Getting ready to fiberglass the door caps into place......



Glassing on the wing tips......





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This is turning out great,
David I am really happy for you and I can't wait until you get some wheels and bring it back to O town.
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Originally posted by Archie:

This will be the boring update.

We're just doing fiberglass work. People have seen us doing this kind of work 20 times already.

It's dirty, dusty & repetitive. But here goes......

.........



It looks great!!

Although I can think of several things in life that I have been doing that are dirty, dusty & repetitive all my life they are still fun

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It looks great!!

Although I can think of several things in life that I have been doing that are dirty, dusty & repetitive all my life they are still fun



I second that! I also see a VDI door in the back ground, hehehe.




Edit: Correction. I see both doors with VDIs, hehe.

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Hehehe now Curly you can't crack on me for going to our mostly stock fiero CFF club meetings !

15" rims are not on this menu !

Congratulations Dave !

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Hey David, have you decided what to do with the blank canvas (deck lid)?


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It's at the end of my list. I'm actually going to bug you and Troy for ideas when my wallet gains some weight... Once this project is complete it's going to be one Bad Mofo...


Jules' wallet not included...

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Originally posted by FierociousGT:

It's at the end of my list. I'm actually going to bug you and Troy for ideas when my wallet gains some weight... Once this project is complete it's going to be one Bad Mofo...



careful what you ask for PM sent
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Originally posted by FierociousGT:

It's at the end of my list. I'm actually going to bug you and Troy for ideas when my wallet gains some weight... Once this project is complete it's going to be one Bad Mofo...


Jules' wallet not included...


Don't talk to me or you'll be spending mo monies just like Leroy did, hehe. However, if you do, you'll have a bad mofo fo sure, hehe.

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The natives are bored and getting restless!




What. No pics?
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You'll remember that this car had a hood scoop glassed into the original hood. We didn't get a lot of good pics of it but trust me, it would have taken weeks to make it look right.
So earlier in this thread we took the scoop out of the original hood because starting over on the hood scoop install would take a lot less time. These scoops typically have a lot of warp to them & vary greatly in the thickness of the fiberglass. In the original installation in the original hood, the scoop was just pushed down to make it flush then glassed/bondo'ed/glues into place that caused the original hood to loose it's shape & it looked bad.

So, this last week we staeted remounting it into a new hood.

In these pics you can see why we decided it need a new installation into the new hood.













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When we install a hood scoop, we try to leave the original ribs on the underside of the hood. So when we cut the opening in the top layer of the hood we are carefull to leave the ribs in place on the underside of the hood. The more of those ribs you can leave in place the more support you have for your insert & much of the original rubber seal will still be effective in sealing the front compartment.

However that requires that the hood scoop insert you are using is about the same thickness as the thickness of the cutout you made in the hood. That means we had to do a bunch of grinding on the fiberglass.

Here's what we had once we got started.....





To get it to lay in there flat we decided to cut the scoop in half to take out a bunch of the warp......



Next we'll fiberglass it inside & out.....



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Looking good. Whats up with the company thats making the scoop...can't the company get-it-right during production vs. having the installer fixing the flaws?
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DrivenDisions.com. I think the PFF user name is the same. The hood scoop is very thick (too thick due to not hand laid fiberglass), I did notice it was warped and one of the scoops is shorter and not contoured correctly to match the shape on the other side. On the positive side their customer service was good.

It's the same scoop thats on Troy's car.

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While at the Dells 2007 show, I noticed it too on a blue homebrew widebody notchback; the duel scoops wasn't identical. Yes. Troy has the same vent and Archie and the Crew spent alot of time trying to correct the issues. It just seems unjust that you end-up spending several hours correcting it vs. the cost of the part. Example; Sage's Camero bow-tie is made to glass w/o issues (unless you want a special look, hehe).

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Hey Dave, whats next on the menue? Headlamps? Project #025 is moving right along.
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Marker lights are next... C5 Le mans style headlight will be last. I'm pondering on the F360 (Challenge) replica Stradale mirrors, they don't fold. Judging by the shape seems like they will be a good fit. What do you think Curly any way to make them fold?



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Marker lights are next... C5 Le mans style headlight will be last. I'm pondering on the F360 (Challenge) replica Stradale mirrors. Found some replicas, they don't fold. Judging by the shape seems like they will be a good fit. What do you think Curly?








Yeah, they'll fit (IF) it's the F360 and F430 replacement styles. Troy and I was reviewing some time ago and we discussed the idea, but come to the conclusion....those puppies don't fold! The company I was looking into isn't the one you posted and noted they are direct replacements. However, from the ones you posted, it seems like they fold?

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Does the sunroof still fit with a hood scoop like that? Looks great btw.
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Archie, anything new to report?
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Archie, anything new to report?


Yeah, give me a call tomorrow if you can.
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Yeah, they'll fit (IF) it's the F360 and F430 replacement styles. Troy and I was reviewing some time ago and we discussed the idea, but come to the conclusion....those puppies don't fold! The company I was looking into isn't the one you posted and noted they are direct replacements. However, from the ones you posted, it seems like they fold?


The blue F360 ones in the pic (original) are from this past weekends car show, which do fold. The one from the link (replicas) don't fold. Did notice that link #2 has them in Carbon Fiber and FRP (Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic?) at close to half the price.

Here are some more pics of the replicas...




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After some fiberglass matt & some filling & sanding the hood is coming along nicely.





And some filling & sanding on the bodywork is looking good too.....





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I'm sooooooooooooo jealous....
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hey archie exactly how much is this costing him for all this

*sigh* if only i had the kinda $ for that stuff lol
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Archie it's looking good. I have to say I'm impressed with the office chair holding up the rear. I never thought of that. I'm going to have to try that @ home.



 
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I'm sooooooooooooo jealous....

Wait to see the headlights...

 
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hey Archie exactly how much is this costing him for all this
*sigh* if only i had the kinda $ for that stuff lol


Word from the wise.... Start saving early and bit by bit in a separate account.
The way I'm able to afford this is I gave Archie my first born child... Here is his recent picture.



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Sorry for the side track.
Archie, do you have any other pics of a widebody notchie, anything like the fastback rear 3/4 shot on your site?
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