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Old 08-12-2009, 03:06 PM   #51
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if you want to comment on the louvers and stripes, go ahead.

I did it because I only know 1 other camaro in belgium with an IrocZ hood.
an RS convertible V6 with 18000 miles ( this is not a typo )
wicked ride man..
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Looks good man, better than some that can get parts alot easier than you...
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Old 08-14-2009, 06:11 AM   #53
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from close you can see scratches in the paint and beauty errors that will make you go
( to bad, it looked nice from further away )

on the other hand, it has 270000 miles on the clock and is stil driven daily.
+ it gets funded with what i earn during summer ( around 1800 euro ) - 1100 euro ( roadtaxes for a 3.1 v6 camaro, for a 5.7L v8 it would be 2000 euro roadtaxes yearly )
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some new pics from a charity meet.






















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Those wheels look so good, I may just get some for my car!
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those wheels and tires are now laying somewhere in the garage.
no chrome rims on my car in winter.
driving on the original 15"ers till april.

btw, if you got the black car I would go for torq thrust M series.
those would awesome
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Ha Ha! My RS was a (Hollywood) California car for the first 17 yrs of life, its first first time in snow was when I drove it cross-country last December and I drove up to the Grand Canyon!
I was considering some additional rims and the rims you have showing are on the short list, but its hard to choose between those and these C4 style Corvette ZR-1 rims made specially to fit Camaros:
http://www.youngsfbody.com/inc/sdetail/32553
They have the same paint scheme (black/chrome) with or without tires installed.
Also you can get Trans-Am GTA rims that are painted black, with optional chrome center caps look great ,too.
http://www.youngsfbody.com/inc/sdetail/2889
The paint is fading on mine and will be needing a re-paint soon, but I am thinking about adding a new hood
http://www.spohn.net/shop/1982-1992-...loed-Hood.html
and maybe a new spoiler
http://www.spohn.net/shop/1982-1992-...r-3-Piece.html

My RS has 216,000 miles (347,000 km) on it so I will be going back to spohn.net alot.
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Wow thats an awesome car, what color is that?
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if I where you I would still go for the black TT2's

trans am wheels on a camaro is a nono.
the jongbloed hood only works a carbed car. I like the TurboZ hood more.
I do like the 3 piece spoiler that you want.

btw, my car had 270 000 Miles when I changed the gauges.
and on my new gauge I got 18 000 km

if only would allow me to weld in SFC's
and if only they would allow aftermarket brakes or drum to disc conversions. I hat my country rules.


and for my car color its WA-L9540. with silver heritage stripes
its a stock 91 camaro color
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I dont know what to say. You made that car into a beauty. I love the red and white color, looks absolutely amazing, great work!!
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I dont know what to say. You made that car into a beauty. I love the red and white color, looks absolutely amazing, great work!!
SILVER stripes

btw, I still dont get why GM didnt do this color combo on their anniversary stripes.

( I would still like to own
a deep blue car with silver stripes
a yellow car with black stripes and black interior
a polo green car with gold stripes
a hugger orange car with black stripes.
a black interceptor like camaro with black rims, black interior,black everything.

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if only would allow me to weld in SFC's
and if only they would allow aftermarket brakes or drum to disc conversions. I hat my country rules.
How will they know? Do they have the specs on all parts for every car made? I don't see how they could find out you upgraded sway bars or brakes....

Sweet car.
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Old 10-23-2009, 11:43 AM   #63
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if it looks tuned your screwed.

so lets see.
on a porsche you can have braided steel brake linesand vented discs because they are standard on them.
on your honda civic, golf, or whatever, they are not stock. ( and they come across these cars daily )

so the honda upgrades its brakes to vented discs with braided lines.
"hmm, thats not stock"
and you failed inspections.


swap from rubber to poly bushings is not allowed, neither are swaybar changes, because it can change your handling. ( ofcours that IS the whole point of changing them )

anyway, lets say you buy those bright red once from spohn.
"hmm, thats not stock"
you fail inspections.
Now you would buy the black ones ( or unpainted ones ), without any logo's or so.
you throw some mud and stuff on it so that it looks old and factory like.
and they probably don't even notice.

Belgium has so many rules they don't even know themselves where you have to be to get something approved.



anyway, lets say I would buy baer sport kit brakes.
lets say I buy a sweet system from baer, red calipers, cross drilled slotted zink washed rotors, braided steel lines,....
now that looks way to good for inspections, so they would start investigating it.
if I would ask baer to make me a non cross drilled , no slotted, rotor, with black calipers ( no logo's ) , and I use my old lines again ( or paint the braided ones black )
it doesn't look that fancy, and if they ask why it looks so new , I can say that I just had new gm brakes installed at my garage.


best of all would be if I would slam somekind of gm numbers in the aftermarket parts.
then inspections would be happy.

anyway, if it looks like crap or stock there isnt a problem, if it looks fancy and tuned, your screwed.
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You could just move here...right?


Here are some pics of mine

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trust me, this is worse than callifornia




what is forbidden
1) foil on front side windows
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6) removing or disabling airbag ( guess what i did to get the firebird wheel on it )
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What is "foil"?

What did you have to do about the airbag?
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What is "foil"?

What did you have to do about the airbag?
foil = window tint.


for the airbag , wel our cars only came with an airbag from 90 to 92.
so there are camaro's with and without an airbag. ( and again maybe 20 camaro's in belgium )

I removed every sticker that says that my car has an airbag.
removed my inflation rest light.
the new wheel looks stock including the firebird logo on the horn ;P
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OOOOOHHHHHH....heh,heh..pretty sneaky...

I laughed about the dashlight, I remember having to look up what "INFL REST"
(inflatable restaint)
meant in the manual. I don't know why they din't just say AIRBAG.
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OOOOOHHHHHH....heh,heh..pretty sneaky...

I laughed about the dashlight, I remember having to look up what "INFL REST"
(inflatable restaint)
meant in the manual. I don't know why they din't just say AIRBAG.
what I actually need to do is prove something is stock.
some people here even got somekind of tuningcard over here because theyre car was equiped with a spoiler ( from the factory )
then its up to you to prove the spoiler is stock on the vehicle.


so what I also can do with the baer brakes is proof that it was an option on the car named 1LE performance package ( inclusif the swaybars and stuf )
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I lived in Belgium for a few years and indeed found the regulations to strickt for me.

For that reason, being a Dutch citizen, I always registered my cars in the Netherlands for the time I was living in Belgium.

Now, living in Germany, its fairly easy going. Its pretty hard to find parts but a technical test and smog test is only mandatory every 2 years and I past my last one by having the car technically mainly ok and running and I cheated a little.

Where in Belgium do you live?
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mechelen, halfway between brussels and antwerp.
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ok, I know Mechelen. I lived in Tongeren and tried Liege for a few weeks, but not speaking any french I got hungry after a while and moved to the UK after that.

I now live in germany, not all that far away even.
I must say you own a great car there. It looks very clean. Mine is still more of a project Im working on then anything else but its slowly getting there.

Do you, by any chance, know any good sources in europe for bodyparts? Im missing both driver side wheelwells (you know, the plastic covers on the inside of the wheel archs) and have no luck in finding replacements at the time.
Same goes for a front stabilizer bar.
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I dont have the rear wheel wells either.

I dont know how far you live from the dutch border ( netherlands) . but in helmond near Eindhoven there is a guy who only dismantels F-body's and sell the parts.
got an alternator there for 50 euros.
he will have everything you need.

http://www.2dehands.be/p0ntiac-fireb...ort=prijs_desc


you can mail him trough that site and else his phonenumber is
+31 620193235. just ask him the parts you need.


btw, if you would look my car from up close you would see that may car is FAR from perfect.
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is that a bird to the left? if it is whats up with the b piller? nice car btw
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that firebird is tuned the wrong way. ( it even has a bullbar up front)
will try to find another pick of it.





hope I didnt ruin your day by posting it
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thnx for the phone number, Ill have to give him a ring I guess.

As to the wrong bird, the airbrush would have been ok if the car were black or blue but the remaining accessories are just making it a terrible waste of a nice car.

Whats the sheriff foing in the second picture? I have never seen any of those around while I lived in Belgium
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thnx for the phone number, Ill have to give him a ring I guess.

As to the wrong bird, the airbrush would have been ok if the car were black or blue but the remaining accessories are just making it a terrible waste of a nice car.

Whats the sheriff foing in the second picture? I have never seen any of those around while I lived in Belgium
it was a meeting of 20 years camaro custom club at the double D ranch in (Heist-Op-Den-Berg)/Hulshout.
and exept cars there is also bbq, linedancing, rockabilly music, bud beer, and a lot of people with cowboyhats :P

its a bit of everything thats american there
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i hope belgium has more guys like you then him
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I got to dissapoint you.
since belgium laws support ricers, all or tuners are al show and no go.
fat exhaust, cold air intake, bodykitt, lowering springs, big rims, spoiler, lexus lights.and big ice installation.
mostly on an opel astra, vw golf, seat ibiza
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ok, small update.
I now work for an IT company, and as long as I have a year contract, I cant get a company car. so I have to drive the camaro all over belgium + netherlands.

last month I drove 2500km+ for the company ( mostly highway ) with the camaro.
in exchange I get 0,33 euro/km
making me get 800 euro+ extra on my paycheck
since my car drives on LPG ( propane )
the car only uses 0,08 euro/km on highway

this means I used 200 euro's for fuel and got 800 euro's in return.


in other words, my car is making me money for the moment
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If I would get paid that much for driving I'd be rich.
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Sweet man bout time they paid you for doing justice do that Third Gen.
That bird made me wanna throw up!
When i saw the first picture i was all like ughh that car is all primered on the front, then i saw the airbrush it was awful. Shame too because the rest of the paint job looked really nice.
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I just wanted to subscribe to this thread cause
timmie has some really cool ideas
and hmmm like california....more like being held hostage
it sucks when all the people making laws and
running the government are geeks
makes me feel better about living in america thou
it makes me realize they are fighting a war or two
to protect our rights of freedom of more than
just being able to watch primetime cartoons on tv

nice ideas man
i am going to read closer on this thread
you know you can get a black dashpad cover
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dear god thats alot of flake in that paint
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I just wanted to subscribe to this thread cause
timmie has some really cool ideas
and hmmm like california....more like being held hostage
it sucks when all the people making laws and
running the government are geeks
makes me feel better about living in america thou
it makes me realize they are fighting a war or two
to protect our rights of freedom of more than
just being able to watch primetime cartoons on tv

nice ideas man
i am going to read closer on this thread
you know you can get a black dashpad cover
haha, thx mate, cheers
at this moment I'm still bussy changing the bushings on my car. ( still need to do the A-arms )
still need to wheaterstrip my T-top again ( thats gonna kost me )
need to get 1 of my backseats back. ( needed some new piece of carpet in the middle )
still need to do some welding on my floor and spare tire room, I can see the concrete under the carpet



I now have a second fuel gauge, wich measures my propane tank.
and an air fuel gauge, that likes to say im running rich.
also got new brakepads
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beautiful car! i was wondering if you have a picture of the car when you bought it that shows it without the rear spoiler, i've always been curious how the 91-92 style would look without it.
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beautiful car! i was wondering if you have a picture of the car when you bought it that shows it without the rear spoiler, i've always been curious how the 91-92 style would look without it.

I got some, let me search

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I still really like that shade of red on the 3rd gens.
Looks really slick without the spoiler. Makes me consider to get rid of mine.

Did you have to rent a workshop space for the bushings or did you swap them with the car on jackstands? Im about to start swapping the bushings on my car for PU all around.
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I still really like that shade of red on the 3rd gens.
Looks really slick without the spoiler. Makes me consider to get rid of mine.

Did you have to rent a workshop space for the bushings or did you swap them with the car on jackstands? Im about to start swapping the bushings on my car for PU all around.
lol, I think it look hideous without the spoiler ( this goes for all F-bodys )
including second and 4th gen.
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Old 08-01-2010, 02:25 PM   #91
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that is one of the most beautiful interiors that i have ever seen. where did you get that steering wheel???? i really really really really want one.
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Old 08-01-2010, 03:14 PM   #92
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lol, its just a 3 spoke steeringwheel painted grey. that I got with the rest of the interior. for 400 euro's total ( with the same paint I did the rest of th interior )
I would like another steering wheel instead of this 1.
something light greyes leather wrapped. from grant or something like it.
If I ever buy a grant 1, you can have this 1
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nice car. sounds like its hard being a car guy over there.

that firebird makes me think the guy tried to make it look like what a stereotypical american would do their car in.
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Old 09-13-2010, 02:27 PM   #94
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Old 09-21-2010, 03:20 PM   #95
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updated the wiring diagram I made for the H4 conversion with relays.


I will post another 1 how to do it while using your fog light as the extra switch.
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I'm gonna install an ATP shiftkit from rockauto one of these days.
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Old 09-10-2011, 02:25 PM   #97
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ok,
I had a very awfull year behind me, 2010 november an idiote T-boned my passenger door in the parking lot, needed to put a new door in it.
the guy who was gonna do the painting for the new door only worke when he wanted to work, thats not often.
so it took him almost half a year to paint a door, and even then it wasnt that well done.

after that I had a bearing spin out on me so I changed those together with he brake calipers.
after al that, my hood lock failed while i was on the freeway, so my hood opened up al the way until it hit my window.
result, window is still okay, hood and hinges + pumps + fenders are toast.

since I also have probably a bad valve in my engine I decided to not drive the car anymore till next year march or april.
in the time between I might just beef up the engine a bit.
I got some old heads and I ported and polished them.
they where in really bad shape, from lying on wet soil for a couple of years.
here are they now.






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guess who got google streetviewed
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What happened to your IROC hood??

Man, I still cant believe it would cost 2000 euros per year to license a 5.7 V8 over there. I cant even imagine how different our used car market would be if that was the cost in the US to license a V8 car. NO ONE would own them especially with current gas prices!
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