In this video we show off different available headlight upgrades for the Pontiac Fiero. To see all the headlights shown in this video, and more, click this link:
This video describes the most common and popular headlight options for the Fiero including black projector, crystal projector, crystal reflector, OEM Style E-Code, HID Upgrades and full LED headlight replacements. This video aims to show you the differences between the different styles and help you make a decision as to what headlights will best suit your Fiero needs!
Watch out for our next videos too where we show you how to do an HID install in the Fiero!
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TRS Tips: 7x6 Sealed Beam Bixenon Projector Retrofit How-To
And you thought it wasn't possible! While it may not be pretty looking at
it from the back-side, the beauty of retrofitting is making it work.
Here we took a gigantic Murano Bi-xenon projector, trimmed it up, and
shoe-horned it inside of a tiny & shallow 7x6 generic sealed beam headlight
for a Jeep.
Best of all, we used inexpensive Pilot headlights that were easy to pry
We recommend the Professional size JB Weld Epoxy for this job:
We also used our Apollo 2.0 shrouds and Morimoto xbALed Halos:
JW Speaker 8900 LED 5x7 Headlight Review and Demo
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In this video we show you a detailed overview and demonstration of the JW
Speaker 8900 LED headlight. This headlight housing is DOT approved and will
replace any 5x7", 7x6", 200mm rectangular or H6054 sealed beam headlight.
These headlights are probably the best on the market, but you will pay for
the quality and warranty. These cost almost double what the Truck-Lite 5x7
LED headlights cost, but the J.W. Speaker brand lights are far better.
First song: Halo - One of One
Second song: Gotye - Somebody I used to know (KDREW Remix)
7 Cool Upgrades For Your Fiero
This video is the product of having people ask for a demonstration of the
center console subwoofer, mostly how it sounds, the fitment in the center
console and how close it gets to the driver's arm. Of course with any
camera-recorded music it doesn't quite do it justice, but we think you'll
be able to get a better idea of how well the subwoofer box works!
You can learn more details and get pricing information on the 7 cool
1. LED Driving Lights:
2. LED Sidemarker Lights:
3. Side Mirror Diffusers:
4. 4x10 Into 4" Speaker Adapters:
5. CD Player Install Kit:
6. Fiero Center Console Subwoofer Box:
7. Fiero LED Dome Light Kit:
GTR Lighting Tru-Projector Headlights
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The 2nd generation of Tru-Projector sealed beam type headlights from GTR
Lighting are a great "Bang for your Buck" headlight because they use a real
high quality projector but don't cost a thousand dollars to get in to!
Compatible with an H1 halogen or H1 HID bulb and feature a dual beam
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Truck-Lite 27270C 7" Round LED Headlight Review and Demo
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This new reflector style headlight from Truck-Lite has become the favorite
low-cost leader in the LED headlight market, and it's a great "bang for the
buck"! It's high quality and offers better lighting than any stock 7" round
LED Jeep Lighting Products from J.W. Speaker Corporation
The video debut of the "Speaker Jeep" features our state-of-the-art
DOT-compliant LED headlights (Model 8700 Evolution) and driving lights
(Model TS3000R) in action! Superior visibility, unmatched longevity, and
rugged durability are just a few of the many reasons to upgrade to J.W.
Speaker brand LED lights. Designed & manufactured in the U.S.A.
JW Speaker 4x6 Model #8800 LED Headlight Review and Demo
Find pictures, pricing and more information here:
This is a video review of the JW Speaker Model #8800 single beam 4x6" LED
Headlight. This is easily one of the best headlights available to purchase
because of its superior quality, light output and reliability when compared
to other 4x6" rectangular LED headlights that are available.
89 Cherokee H4 Headlight Conversion
1989 Jeep Cherokee Pioneer 4.0L I6 AW4 4X4 Command-Trac Renix
It's finally time to replaced the cracked sealed beam with something a
little more modern and maybe even a little brighter. A 200mm H6054 sealed
beam headlight shares the same connector as an H4 Bulb so they are directly
The trick now is to get a housing that fits in the 200mm bucket that holds
H4 bulbs. I found mine on ebay from an AutoPal Dealer and got a 200mm H6054
H4 Euro Conversion Headlights Kit. This kit came with two european light
pattern housings and two 55W/100W Yellow Autopal H4 Bulbs. I choose the
euro style because I've heard a lot of people like they way they look. The
light pattern is suppose to be more evenly reflected then a DOT pattern.
It's a direct swap so you take the old lights out and put the new ones in.
I had to modify the bracket a bit so they held the housings a little
tighter with some bump stops but besides that it look half an hour and was
really easy to do. I think they look a little nicer and later I can upgrade
to better bulbs if I want. I'm going to upgrade the light harness when that
finally comes in the mail as well.
HUGE Fiero Compilation , 250+ Pics
*Guys, Thanks so much for the 50,000 views! Please leave comments if you
want, I try to answer all the ones I can.
I collected all these photos for myself when I had my Fiero because each
picture inspired me in some way, never thought putting them in a slide show
would get people watching. If you know anyone with a Fiero, lead them here
so they can get some inspiration/ideas about theirs too.
TRS Tips: Modifying Headlight Reflectors to House Projectors
Modifying the headlight reflectors, aka the point of no return is one of
the most important steps in a retrofit using a full-size set of projectors.
There is no real science to this process other than the old adage of
"measure twice, cut once"
Size up your projectors, compare that to the reflectors where they'll be
going, make some reference lines, and go at it with your dremel tool.
You'll want to start small and work your way up to the properly
sized/shaped hole until the projector sits just right in the housing.
- Dremel tool
- Cutoff wheel/rotozip bits
- Safety glasses
- Work gloves
1987 montecarlo with 4x6 H.I.D. 6000k projector headlights and led taillights.
Cleveland legend von 1987 montecarlo aero couple with custom 4x6 projector
headlights and led taillights wit sequential turn signal and brake
installed at BIG CITY AUTOMOTIVE..BIG CITY AUTOMOTIVE is running a special
on H.I.D kits or halo headlights..with installation included.. FOR THE
LOCALS ONLY...inbox us for pricing.. 4x6 projector headlights
Headlight Lens Restore using Toothpaste!
CGHQ Website: http://www.classicgamershq.com
Headlight lens restoration using regular toothpaste is real. It doesn't
take much effort, but the type or brand of toothpaste does make a
difference. Watch to see the results i came up with.
Replacing the Radio in my '84 Fiero
Step-by-step instructions. Just watch out for that rear triangular support
This video marks the debut of the retina-toasting video light, the lavalier
mike, and the camera-mounted external stereo mike.
Replacement Radios' website is:
TRS Tips: Morimoto Mini H1 6.0 Bi-xenon Retrofit Guide
It's no wonder the Morimoto Mini H1 Bi-xenon from TRS is one of the most
frequently retrofitted projectors in the world. With the 6.0's performance
that can compete with the best of OEM's combined with ultra ease of
installation, our Mini's outsell other projector options 2:1
Complete Retrofit System:
Step 1: Insert threaded shaft through the front of the reflector bowl (big
silicone washer installed) (Mini Gatling Gun users take note of step 6 in
Step 2: Install H4 or H7 adapter plate, with the notched side at 12:00 to
ensure projector's rotation is level. (Skip this step for non H4, H7
applications, manual rotation adjustment is required)
Step 3: Use a 27mm wrench or socket to tighten the hex lock ring. Do not
over-tighten, or completely tighten until you are sure this will be the
last time the projector will be mounted (the threads will deform and lock
on once fully tightened)
Step 4: Install the 3 prong bulb holder using a magnetic screw driver (for
ease of install) - and ensure that all 3 feet are evenly and completely
seated down into their channels. If the 3 feet do not go down into their
channels, more space will have to be created forward of the lock ring.
(flip adapter plate around, grind housing down more, or remove silicone
Step 5: Test fire the bi-xenon solenoid mechanism 30-40 times to be sure
that the hinges are still sliding as they should be. Since this mechanism
is made of fairly thin metal, it is important not to disturb it during the
installation to avoid future sticking issues.
Step 6: Install shroud using JB weld and centric rings. (If using Mini
Gatling shroud, that must be done before the projector is mounted to the
Please see our other videos on opening and re-sealing headlights, mounting
shrouds, adding halos, aiming, and wiring for more details on those steps.