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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Drove to work with it after not seeing her for two weeks. She still drives the same and reminded me why i prefer a Fiero over a honda any day.
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took off the sun visors and sent them to Fiero Thomas for some special treatment!
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Picked it up from the paint shop. Sure, "pictures?" you all say, but it was after 5 pm, and I had to go to the local cruise night with it, and didn't get it back to the storage garage until late.

Pics as soon as it's light, and the weather improves. Promise.
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I put a 3.4 in it today. mated to a 5spd. wound up dirty enough to where i couldnt see my tattoo....
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Drove my 3.4, 5-speed to work.....I wish i didn't have to work Saturdays. At least it not every Saturday........
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before


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Sometimes its best to just keep it simple, so I just shaved them down and painted them black to match all the other nuts and bolts on the door
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Drove Her home from the storage bay, rebuilt headlight motor and reinstalled the headlight assembly.
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cruised around did a small tunnel blast and then sea foamed it.
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I actually did this yesterday, but I stripped out the entire HVAC system.



More stuff will be coming out, too... all in the name of weight reduction. The Fiero is going to be a "track toy", so it doesn't need fru-fru stuff, anyway.
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Myself, Pete Matos, FieroAndrew and RockyTop all got together for Breakfast this morning in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Then three of us went out to Cades Cove and drove the loop. Good times....

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V8 4.9 first try

- Muffler to much to the back. Have to modify the trunk (hate that)
- Most of the stainless hoses I made are too long
- Bypass pully is rubbing agains the heater hose. Have to think about another route.
- Stinless steel fuel hoses also have to be rerouted
- Oil rad hoses to close to the manifold. Another route to redefind
- Forgot about the right decklid hinges. Has to be modified
- I also made the wire harness a bit long

Now I am thinking about putting the V6 back in for the summer. Fiero season is pretty short up here in nothern Canada


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drove it 250 miles to drop it off for a 4.9 conversion. Yes I drove 8 hours today 500 miles in the pouring rain. Ride home sucked as it poured very hard in Northern Ohio.

On the bright side I met olejoedad and rode in his nice 4.9. My oldest son was lucky and got to ride in a LS3 fiero. His comment was that it was 5x faster than my current formula
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New Decklid installed!
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Originally posted by falcon_ca:

V8 4.9 first try

- Muffler to much to the back. Have to modify the trunk (hate that)
- Most of the stainless hoses I made are too long
- Bypass pully is rubbing agains the heater hose. Have to think about another route.
- Stinless steel fuel hoses also have to be rerouted
- Oil rad hoses to close to the manifold. Another route to redefind
- Forgot about the right decklid hinges. Has to be modified
- I also made the wire harness a bit long

Now I am thinking about putting the V6 back in for the summer. Fiero season is pretty short up here in nothern Canada


Wow , lots of work Luc .

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Getting ready for paint.
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Rotated the tires and finished the brakes on the drivers side front. About to go replace the fuel filter and maybe swap out the deck lid.
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Reconditioned the shift area of the center console, installed an unbroken aux gauge case, and took care of the rusty brackets all of our consoles hide!

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Replaced the fuel pump in the hot rod
Test drive

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3 weeks ago, buffed and waxed the rear fastback clip spoiler and decklid

2 weeks ago painted the roof black

yesterday installed drivers side ground effect and tried to adjust the door hight. I'm still of by 1/8 of an inch but it will have to do.

Yesterday installed a passenger 1/4 widow from Khaines!!

I'm almost done with it, what a change from last year!!

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Well, I didn't do anything to my Fiero today.... but apparently while I was in class he decided to make friends with a little black notchie I don't suppose anyone is going to claim that it was them?

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Pics when you get her back!@!!!!!!!!


Just got her back!

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New Decklid installed!


The ol' gal is looking shweeeetttt!
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spent more then i make in a day on a failed inspection. then when i went out to drive the car home it looked like they drove it through a field the shifter was messed up and when i looked under it of coarse they kinked the coolant tubes.
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Installed my reconditioned stock am/fm/cassette radio and have the console all back together. Getting the 87 GT ready for the Power Tour.
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Did nothing on the fiero my car sits 200 miles north in my buddys 5 car garage along with his 86 Trans am and my other buddys 88 camaro. Going up to work on it next weekend.... How ever I did work on removing everything from its donor car a 99 grand prix gtp im using the motor,tranny,wire harness, ecm, all of the dash and some other odds and ends Man I hate wiring.
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Reconditioned (chromed) the ashtrays.
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Removed and replaced the defrost/heater/vent servo motor, wasn't as bad as I thought it would be

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started taking it apart to replace most of the bushings with poly urethane and replacing the ebrake cables. also ordered all the parts. i hate not being able to drive it but it should be so much better after its done.
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Mera had a trunk carpet cleaning today..





Will give it one more cleaning tomorrow...just to get the last couple tiny spots!
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Cut in a Subaru Legacy vent... http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/085700.html

Still much more to do, but quite happy tonight.







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Started on C5 corvette dash swap, ordered headers..

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greased the ball joints now im just waiting for all my parts to get here.
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After not having driven it for two weeks, I pulled the GT out of it's spot in in the garage and went to get dinner with it. May decide to drive it tonight too

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Well Saturday I picked up one of my new Fiero's. It's an 86 GT, black and silver with gray interior. Took the wheels off of the other one I bought from the guy, an 85 GT, so I can get some tires on them to move it around.

Today I replaced a wire from the Alternator to the Battery and got it running without dieing after a few seconds. About to go for a longer drive and test her out.....
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I drove the crap out of it... Loved every minute!
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Removed a lot of extraneous hardware

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Got the 86GT out for some cleaning and noticed the oil pressure low on the gauge.....took the brand new 88 oil sender out and tested pressure with a manual gauge.
Started it up and had 60 psi.....what a relief. (BTW... should it start with the oil pressure connector removed from the sender?) I guess I have a bad sender. It was a Standard Ignition part. Going to see about getting an AC Delco instead.

Checked the air conditioning output in the 88 Duke and noticed it wasn't cooling good enough. Hooked up the 134a recharge and got it cooler.
Yep, it's changed over to 134a!

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Installed a new turbo!

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Finally got time to go get The Joel Project. It runs well but idles high. This weekend I will try to find the vacuum leak or/and replace sensors. We also Purple Powered the engine bay, air dried it, then did a good carb clean on the throttle body. I couldn't believe how black it was inside! Didn't fix the high idle..still at 2 grand but it runs well.

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Well, as u see in my build thread I got around to puttin the high build primer on robo chop today, I need to sand it all down now and fix a few little things I missed but, its all verry minor stuff that will take less than 5 minuts to fix!
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