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Fiero Headlight Upgrade Options

Black Top Racing is the new name of TLG Auto. Find us at http://www.BlackTopUpgrades.com 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: http://www.blacktopupgrades.com/fiero-headlight-upgrades/ 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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How to build custom HID projector headlights
Custom HID projector lighting for my 1989 Camaro Iroc-Z. Supplies totalled around 220$ for everything. Build thread: http://www.thirdgen.org/techboard/auto-detailing-appearance/611185-our-sear ch-superior-exterior.html





TRS Tips: 7x6 Sealed Beam Bixenon Projector Retrofit How-To
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89 Cherokee H4 Headlight Conversion
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How to Remove a 2.8 V6 Engine from a Pontiac FIero step-by-step (HD)
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MR2 vs Fiero
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TRS Tips: Modifying Headlight Reflectors to House Projectors
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SHARP CUTOFF 8000k HID Projector Headlight Conversion - 01 Chevy Tahoe
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Northstar Fiero 180 degree headers datalog and tuning drive
One of the first times I took the car out on the road to datalog and do a brief video. It was running pretty bad here and refused to idle so I was fighting to keep it running (fixed- was due to IAC calibration). I get on it at 2:40 and 3:35 starting around 2k RPM and let off just past 5k RPM each time (residential roads with low speed limits). Engine redlines at 7K RPM and is very responsive and linear in power delivery but really feels best north of 4k RPM. It starts to sound good around 3500 RPM but the cellphone camera doesn't really do it justice. Car is a 1988 Fiero GT with a 4.6L Northstar V8 with 180 degree long tube headers and true dual spintech mufflers. Here's a gallery of the swap https://plus.google.com/photos/117440914475223218617/albums/584868236206862 0577





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