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"VERT" build thread by YELLOWFIERO88
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I will have to get back with you on it. Got to make sure it all works as planed first
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Got the underside painted tonight. I seam sealed all the reinforcements, undercoated it, and then topped it with black enamal paint. After it dryed I installed trans lines, coolant lines, another thing-ah-ba-bob

Oh I love it when she goes down just right

LOL Here is a shot of the underside. I got to get the bolts painted for the front suspension tomorrow so I can get it in there tight. Hopefully get the gas tank installed tomorrow night also.
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Looks great.
I did the same thing to my index finger and had to wear a splint for something like 6 weeks. They hyper extended it and let the tendon grow back. I can tell what finger it is but just looking at it most people dont know anything is wrong with it. Good luck hope it goes well for you.
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Beautiful work!!!

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Got the fuel tank put in tonight and finished bolting the front suspension in


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Nice !
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Thanks for the complements guys Sometimes I wonder if anyone is looking

I think tomorrow I am going to finish up a few things left undone and start preping the engine bay for paint. I am not sure what color to do it. I like black but what do you guys think about doing it body color??? Would it be too much with the engine and trans done that color??? Black is very easy to do verses body color.

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We are here, and we are watching you ! lol Nice work so far! It should be a pretty decent project that you have unleashed .

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Hey, what rack is that? That's not the stock rack, is it?
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Originally posted by YELLOWFIERO88:

Got the fuel tank put in tonight and finished bolting the front suspension in

Holy crap! That is the baddest Fiero Underside I have ever seen. I don't think I would ever do that, it would drive me crazy with all of the dirt and rock roads I drive on. Keep up the good work man! Can't wait to see this thing done.

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Hey, what rack is that? That's not the stock rack, is it?

Its a stock rack, no augmentation here

 
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Holy crap! That is the baddest Fiero Underside I have ever seen. I don't think I would ever do that, it would drive me crazy with all of the dirt and rock roads I drive on. Keep up the good work man! Can't wait to see this thing done.

--Will

Thanks. I am taking a break on it for a few weeks so I can finish my master bedroom. I am in the process of gutting my house and redoing everything. I will prob try and get the engine compartment painted over the next few weeks (need a break from this house )

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If it's a stock rack, won't it not work? As in when you turn the wheel to the left, the car will steer right? How do you plan on correcting this?
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If it's a stock rack, won't it not work? As in when you turn the wheel to the left, the car will steer right? How do you plan on correcting this?


We here at "dont know what the **** we are doing motorsports" pause for a brief moment of silence (while I figure how the **** I am going to do this reverse steering thing)
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A simple 1:1 gearbox mounted to the column shaft that will reverse the rotation, or mount a Toyota caviler rack in there. They have real close to fiero dimensions....... I hate when I do this **** . But all in all it will be corrected very easly. I even hooked the shaft up and could swear the thing turned the proper way.

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That should be sufficient, Yellow. I just wanted to make sure you didn't put the entire car back together to find out you had to turn the wheel opposite of where you really wanted to go. Let me know what you find out, because I'm interested in doing the same thing eventually. Got any more pics of how you mounted the entire column on the right side?
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psssh, that wouldn't be a very big problem, just pretend like you're driving a boat!
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Yellowfiero88,

I still have that fiero in Middletown,....i might come for your help in another year or so ?
(gotta finish my other choptop first)

roadsters and targas are mad sexy !!

* thanks to custom2m4 for the photoshop and Morkidan for the use of his car *

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Yellowfiero88,

i might come for your help in another year or so ?
roadsters and targas are mad sexy !!


Bring it on over You still coming up next month? I have been craving some montgomery inn and I figure it would be a perfect time to get the crave quenched
 
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* thanks to custom2m4 for the photoshop and Morkidan for the use of his car *

First thing I thought was thats Morkidan's car. I think I got the pic saved in my pic collection

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My homecoming next month is out, ran into some schedule complications. I plan to get home sometime this summer however.

Will catch you then.

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just a bump because I am working 7 days a week and dont have much time to work on it.
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Check out Aus' rhd build. The company he used was American Machines in South Australia. Good luck finding a local place.
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Just a bump till I get back onto it.

I finnaly got all the motor mounts from west coast fiero. It only took 2 months to get them You would think that a fiero vendor would stock standard poly mounts for a stock engine/trans combo

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Beautiful! Any new pics?
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I have not touched it for a while now. Way 2 much going on in my life. But here is some teaser pics from about 2 months ago

A tip of a GT wing will providt the look I want

laying out.

Trunk lid taking a little shape.

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Its coming along man, the pic of it laying out is badA$$. Did you get your tank mounted and all your lines ran yet?
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lol that was taken a while ago. I still dont have the lines run or the tank mounted. I will start working on it prob the begining of July again. You know, I tend to knock sh*t out when I get going on it.
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Nice color choice, I'd match the engine bay to body color, with the chrome/smoke powdercoat engine parts on top I think it would look great to have the bay match the block and heads.
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a man with great taste You have read my mind, pretty short story tho. LOL

Yes I am painting the engine bay the same as body color. I was worried at first about it being too much but after looking at it I have to say it will go nice with the chrome colored top.
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I tend to knock sh*t out when I get going on it.


Like your lip on a trailer Sorry man but that was funnier then hell lol.
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Yellow you will own the streets of Butler County and Southwest Ohio, when that thing is finished.

That will be the baddest car there !
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Like your lip on a trailer Sorry man but that was funnier then hell lol.

not funny My lip was black and purple for a few days


 
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Yellow you will own the streets of Butler County and Southwest Ohio, when that thing is finished.
That will be the baddest car there !

Tony, you will have to come test drive it when I am done. You cant make a statement like that untill you are completely educated about the car. You can only do that with left sea.......uh...I mean right seat drive time
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Awesome work Yellow... With your skills, you definitley need to have your own shop. Best, kv

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Thanks. I do some work out of the garage in my spare time.

Bump to keep it going. I wont be working on it till later this fall due to a major change in my life
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We here at "dont know what the **** we are doing motorsports" pause for a brief moment of silence (while I figure how the **** I am going to do this reverse steering thing)

A simple 1:1 gearbox mounted to the column shaft that will reverse the rotation, or mount a Toyota caviler rack in there. They have real close to fiero dimensions....... I hate when I do this **** . But all in all it will be corrected very easly. I even hooked the shaft up and could swear the thing turned the proper way.


You don't need a gearbox to reverse the rotation. All you did was take the stock rack/pinion and flip it, right? If so, the pinion should be on the bottom. Unless you also flipped the steering colum all the way up, so that it's effectively upside down at the steering wheel, it should work fine. With the pinion below the rack instead of above it, you're using the top of the pinion gear to steer, rather than the bottom. So it should turn the right direction. Even if the pinion was relocated to be on the top still, it would still work. The rack is still just a bunch of fins that either go left or right, and the pinion is just a gear that moves them.

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Why can't you just drive the car with the opposite steering? hehehe, just turn right when you want to go left, and vice versa. You could freak out quite a few people...
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Why can't you just drive the car with the opposite steering? hehehe, just turn right when you want to go left, and vice versa. You could freak out quite a few people...



You could... but it would actually take more work to make it turn in the opposite direction, I think.

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YELLOWFIERO88

Wanted to say I passed you this morning on I75S as you were merging onto the hwy at the Cin-Day ramp. Sweet looking car. I figured it had to belong to an enthusiast on the board. You caught up and went by me on 75 as I was on the E275 connector ramp.

I was going to PM you rather than air it here but can't get it to work.
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Yep it was me. I was not speeding was I ? This thread needed a bump anyway. Thanks. It was the first time I have driven that car in a while. I will be driving the red one to work thursday but it will be a little earlier in the a.m. . Still no progress on the Vert unless you count moving it to the shed (better known as the detached garage) and using it as a workbench!!

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The yellow one is done very tastefully, especially the taillights. I was stealth in my Saab, so you never noticed me.

I usually take 741 every morning. Taking 75 was an experiment and probably won't be going that route much as it took me just as long as the country roads. I've got a buddy (former forum member) in Liberty TWP though, so I'm in the area fairly often.

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