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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!
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:
How to build custom HID projector headlights
Custom HID projector lighting for my 1989 Camaro Iroc-Z.
Supplies totalled around 220$ for everything.
1984 Pontiac Fiero Supercharged V-8
A 1984 Pontiac Fiero witha blow V-8 stuffed in the back of it...It's street
Legal...I shot it at The Grand Rod Run 2012...CRAZY!!!..check it out!
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 White Autopal H4 Bulbs. I chose 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 took 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.
TRS Tips: Painting Headlight Reflectors and Trim Pieces
The most important thing (mentioned it several times) is making sure that
the surfaces you'll be painting are clean. Free of dust, dirt, and
especially oil from your grimy ass hands!
From there, you can either simply clean the surfaces off with rubbing
alcohol, wait until they dry and then hit with automotive grade
spray-primer and paint...or, scuff them with a 3M prep-pad, clean, and then
paint. We generally skip the scuffing, not too important.
When you're doing a retrofit, nearly every surface inside the headlight can
be painted including the original reflector, since the projector will be
taking over the responsibilities of producing light - those surfaces don't
have to be mirrored anymore. (reflectors, trim, shrouds, etc)
Off Road Mower Upgrades #6 LED Headlights
LED's! Replace those POWER HUNGRY incandescent bulbs with some energy
efficient LED lights!
These are the lights I purchased:
Here are a couple other YouTubers that have done something similar to this:
LaPavoniMac: (replaced factory bulbs with LED bulbs)
RedNeckComputerGeak: (replaced entire headlight housing with "Pilot"
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.
How To Clean Civic Type R Headlights with Toothpaste
We show you how to clean the misty haze layer that can appear on your
plastic headlight lenses over time making them look dull and transform them
into new shiny headlights!
All you need is toothpaste and a cloth!
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J.W. Speaker's LED Jeep Lighting Products
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.
SHARP CUTOFF 8000k HID Projector Headlight Conversion - 01 Chevy Tahoe
This is the install video for my HID Projectors that i ordered from
www.FuturevisionHID.com. I have had HID's before but it was time for some
projectors. It took a little bit of work but it wasnt too bad. It
actually took me longer to separate the lens from the housing then it did
to install the projector. The housings i am using are NOT STOCK. They are
"diamond clear" so they allow the projector to shine through without being
After aiming these things, and taking a short run around my building, they
seem very well. The silicon should be dry by now so tonight i will get to
drive with them finally.
To see more, Please visit my website www.SteveMeadeDesigns.com or
MR2 vs Fiero
MotorWeek (February 20th, 1988): Toyota MR2 Supercharged vs Pontiac Fiero
Some Numbers to keep in mind while watching this......
1988 Chevrolet Corvette Z51 (0-60 = 6.0 seconds) (14.6 Quarter Mile)
1988 Ferrari 328 GTS (0-60 = 6.7 seconds) (15.0 Quarter Mile)
1988 Lotus Esprit turbo (0-60 = 5.8
seconds) (14.4 Quarter Mile)