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Post subject: Diablo 60 Grill  PostPosted: Jun 27, 2013 - 05:44 AM
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What screen did you use for the Diablo 60 rear center grill and where did you buy the screen from. What about the air scoops/ air inlets.
Any assistance is greatly appreciated.


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Post subject: RE: Diablo 60 Grill  PostPosted: Jun 27, 2013 - 04:24 PM
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Yusha,
The screen on the underside of the Fiero engine cover air vent is the same as my Diablo air grilles (all three are the same). The Diablo grille might be slightly heavier gauge. My Diablo grilles are heavily powder-coated so it is kind of hard to tell their gauge.
McMasters-Carr is a good source for all of that kind of stuff, as you probably know.
I'm using Fiero grille material (from Pick-n-Pull) for all of my other vents.
My center grille is straight and the IFG body has a gentle curve. The grille fts well otherwise. How can I impart that gentle curve to the grille?

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Post subject: Diablo 60 Grill  PostPosted: Jul 22, 2013 - 08:43 AM
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Thanks D...

For now I just repainted the rear grill and it turned out pretty OK.

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Post subject: RE: Diablo 60 Grill  PostPosted: Jul 22, 2013 - 02:50 PM
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Yusha,
That 6.0 that you have is the one (sitting in Ray's shop) that convinced me and, more importantly, my wife to build a Diablo.
I originally wanted to build a Countach. I still think that the 25th Countach would have been a good choice also.

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Post subject: Re: Diablo 60 Grill  PostPosted: Jul 22, 2013 - 06:56 PM
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Hey Don....

Thank You Don.... The IFG Diablo is awesome but has its own issues. Currently it over heats, there is no Rads in the back just one up front and to add the rear rads now will be a pain so I am just going to put strong fans back there and a electric water pump, The engine cover is awesome "FOR A PRE 99" and does not match the Diablo 60. The interior is just way too off, side marker lights are wrong, there is electrical issues draining the battery, not every thing works ect ect ect..... Soo I am taking small steps to improve it.
Don't get me wrong.... The IFG Diablo 60 is amazing, but for now it seems it is a expansive garage queen. By the way it also rides like a go cart.... lots of bumps ect so there is a lot of work to be done.
Again don't get me wrong it is an awesome car and fools almost every one including my local Lamborghini sales rep (lol)
You are welcome to stop by (just let me know when) and take as many pic and measurements as you want to help you build your Diablo. Matter of fact just let me know how I can assist you in completing your Diablo. I also have bunch of remaining parts from IFG so if you need anything let me know.
And Thank You


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For now I just repainted the rear grill and it turned out pretty OK.

Yusha

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