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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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wow this really changes my mind about painting it all black. i really like white GT's, but this one looks stunning!!


Thank You Its Black Metallic! They used the same paint on the Acadia! you can really see the metallic in the sunshine.

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test-fitted C4 caliper adapter prototype made from PC. Seems like I got this one right, or at least semi-right, but I won't know until I have added spacers and washers to get the proper thickness :-)
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Made myself a new headliner and started painting some trim.

Also added my cupholder

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The 80's called, they are missing there cars, do you know anything about this? Yea, they are in my driveway.

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Today I started doing some work on the T-top while the sun was out. I swapped the locks from my old damaged glass to the new glass that I just received and aligned the latches, then tried on the new wheels I just picked up.



16x6 BBS RG-2s from a Subaru Legacy. I need shorter wheel nuts and the wheels need machined to clear the Fiero's hubs, but they should end up looking pretty good. Oh, and the T-top desperately needs lowered!

Finally I took the seats out and proceeded to try removing the carpets when I found that somewhere along the line, someone swapped the stock seatbelts for generic aftermarket replacements. In the process, they've changed the bolts for the seatbelt receivers and they're the wrong grade, the wrong size and seem to have nuts from behind so now they're spinning. Joy oh joy... another irritation to deal with!

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Drove it to work - the first time in at least six months that I drove her to work.
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prayed that it didn't (isn't gonna) get hit the first weekend of college in the dorm parking lot lol
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replaced my dew wipes! used the directions i found running a search here and the passenger side was pretty easy. glad i did that one first for confidence because the driver's side was a whole different story :-( best i can figure is someone in the past replaced the drivers side window and the bottom profile was different. did it exactly the same as the passenger side and just could not get the glass up and back enough to get to one of the screws. i did eventually convince it out with a small flat head driver and a pair of needle nose from the outside. there was no way it was going back in the way it came out so hopefully it wont be a problem down the road.
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I had won a free oil change at a cruise-in. I took my IMSA in as the oil hadn't been changed in three years (maybe 1000 miles). The shop was flipping out about the V8 suffed in the back. One of the few times someone else drove the car albeit from the parking lot into the shop. It sounded nice. It is still too loud inside. With the oil cooler it took 6 quarts of synthetic, so I had to pay for the additional quart $4.
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A Few shots from July when i was home, got the Fakearri out of the weeds, washed it off, cleaned out the interior real nice vacumed, cleaned the hoodtrunk, hooked up the battery to another car, 5 minutes car started right up took it for a drive down the block! soon as i get amida's new front end it's getting it's tranny pulled and off to the body shop!!!



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Finally finished replacing the front ball joints and brake pads.
Discovered that the front sway bar end link bushings were nearly all disintegrated. Replaced them with new poly.
Postponed the C4 rotor upgrade until I can get some new brake lines (and maybe different brackets for the calipers.) I didn't like the angle that the front brake line was seeing with full steering lock.

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Replaced the front crossmember, all control arms, ball joints, Swaybar links, new control arm bolts all around. Drives like a new car!

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Not today but this weekend....replaced intake gaskets on my 86 GT. Cured a nasty vacuum leak that was causing a host of issues. Also installed Rodney's low temp thermostat and fan switch. Finally got rid of all the old brittle vacuum tubes and replaced all with rubber vacuum line. Car runs like new now.
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I mowed around mine LOL. Actually thats pretty sad I know ....but unfortunately thats all I can do on with it for now

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Drove it work again today. Got challenged to a race on the way to work. A yellow Cavalier with a large fart can tail pipe pulled along side of me then took off, slowed down, did it again, slowed down waved at me did it again. All this time I ignored him. The last time he did it, I took off on him - I could see him trying to catch as I pulled away. By the time I was going about 70 MPH, I took my foot off the gas braked to slow down and shortly afterward he sped past me and kept going.

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got a mothers clay bar kit for it and used that then polished it and then waxed it. its looking better then ever now.
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Installed my new Fieronews sunvisors. Took her for a spin - about 55 miles worth. Too much fun!
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Installed a set of Danyel's LED side markers. Check out his thread in the mall. These are very cool and easy to install.



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Last year, I bought a used Rodney Dickman short shifter from Shaunhalolush. Today, I finally got around to putting it in. Not quite as easy as Rodney's instructions make it sound...I have a 4 speed, and the backup light switch is in the way when trying to remove the shift lever from the shifter assembly...but it still took only about 20 minutes. All I can say is....WOW...what a difference! The throws are really short and easy to find...with the old lever, you had to search for each gear. Nothing has changed as far as the shifter itself, but the short shift arm just makes it easier to find each gear. I highly recommend this shifter....just another of Rodney's quality products!

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does getting it sideways on campus for the 1st time or goin my first triple digit speed count?
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does getting it sideways on campus for the 1st time or goin my first triple digit speed count?


If the cops see you, it'll count. It'll count points against your license, among other things.
(Campus cops are the worst.)

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Installed a new drivers side front fender.
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If the cops see you, it'll count. It'll count points against your license, among other things.
(Campus cops are the worst.)


well no cops seen,, just a bunch of girls smiling on the side walk lol
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does getting it sideways on campus for the 1st time or goin my first triple digit speed count?


No, that counts as stupid. You're in college now, grow up. Be smart and drive slowly enough so the women can recognize who's driving the Fiero. I wouldn't think you would want them thinking who's the idiot trying to kill himself in the little car.

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Just drove with my wife to the other end of the county to look at a foreclosure property.
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I've always thought it would be very cool to back light the "PONTIAC" on the back of my GT. I figured out how to remove the rear tail lights and looked to see what massive modifications would be needed to install some lights. Wouldn't you know, some Pontiac engineer figured that out 25 years ago. Must have been a brilliant individual. So after replacing 4 burned out bulbs, my tail light project was done.



Just as neat as working popup headlights

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I've always thought it would be very cool to back light the "PONTIAC" on the back of my GT. I figured out how to remove the rear tail lights and looked to see what massive modifications would be needed to install some lights. Wouldn't you know, some Pontiac engineer figured that out 25 years ago. Must have been a brilliant individual. So after replacing 4 burned out bulbs, my tail light project was done.



Lol...you never knew they lit up?


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Drove my car to its first cruise in today. I got a bunch of compliments with it. I get so many looks and compliments when I drive it. I saw two other Fieros a black 86 SE and a 84-85 bumperpad with the little 13" turbine wheels. I love driving my car and I'm very happy with it.
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Drove my 84 to work for the first time in years. Usually I drive the 328 replica

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New O2 and relieved the trunk so it would not cut the wires off again then took for a ride after tightening a wheel [driver's rear tire]
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i wanted to take it for a drive since it finally stopped raining so i waited for a few hours to let the puddles dry up and then it started raining again. so instead of driving it i just gave it a thorough detail inside and and under the decklid and hood. now im just begging it dosnt rain tomorrow so i can at least take it to a car show.
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Washed my Formula this morning, went to church, drove to a car show and walked around for awhile, then drove it home. At least it's clean now!
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Rebuilt my passenger side headlight motor. Got a fiero-Jon kit. Wish I had went ahead and bought two of them. Also repaired some botched up wiring for that motor while I was at it.
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I only washed and dry her (again my wife will say)

Found that the left lambo door need some adjustments again.

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i put my axles into my trans and after im done with my white russian ill be torqueing my pressure plate to spec and reintalling my 4.9
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i put my axles into my trans and after im done with my white russian ill be torqueing my pressure plate to spec and reintalling my 4.9


I washed and waxed mine and put on new exhaust straps to get it ready for Run for the Hills next week-end.
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Purchased and installed a new battery.

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Got my 'new' lights installed.

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Took it on an 80 mile round trip country back-road drive to go check out a truck and another Fiero. Hitting 35 mph corners at 65 just feels so good!
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lets see the IMSA sat.. Tried to start the orange drama queen but the battery is dead


went to my mechanic's and started the formula up.... Ohh it sounds so sexy.. the whistle of the turbo the sounds of the pipes filling up with boost... the sound of the BOV hitting..... What a guy cant get a little intimate with his car? I'm going through boost withdraw here what do you expect.
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Pulled headliner board out in preparation of fiberglassing it and recovering.
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