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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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I started in on the paint, getting most of the drivers side and front end done. However... While I like the look of the photoshop that was done, I'm begining to have second thoughts. Of course the photoshop colors aren't exactly right and they are alot more pearlish then the real colors which are solid colors so that might be why. It's just when I look at the two colors next to each other on the car with the scheme in the photoshop... I think "cop car". I don't know, I might finish out the white and see it complete that or just go solid blue. Decisions decisions.

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Took her out for a nice mini cruise, a good hour and a half. Highway and city driving... it's been a while.

Especially since it's been setting alot since the 27 year old fuel pump quit, Got that fixed then less than two weeks later, another fuel pump failure.

come to find out, it really wasn't the new fuel pump, but rather the silly little rubber "hose" that connects the fuel pump to the fuel delivery line. That little
piece cost me another round with getting that fixed. Well this time I used a "real" piece of fuel hose... for whatever reason the previous "hose" disentergated,
and it was the replacement part that came with the new pump... I'll never use that part again.. ever!

Everything at this point looks like a big green GO for Ruckus X

Looking forward to seeing everyone that can make it...

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went driving on some back roads for a few hours and passed a ferrari f430 at the beginning of my cruise. i was planning on stopping at a few spots for pictures of scenery and my car but my camera died after 3 pictures. heres one of them.
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i drove mine to church and back, recieved the usual "what kind of car is that" and what not but also got some compliments so i figure its an improvement,
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Removed the dash and front console so I can install a new stereo system.
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Installed Kicker KS6.2 component speakers.







Officially ditched the 4x10s...
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Delivered it to it's new owner in SIlver City, NM. It was about a 187 mile road trip. One last spin in old Red! Was a tough drive home in the Chevy Cruise!
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Bled all four new calipers on my 86 SE, swapped the rims and tires with my Formula's for the trip to Minneapolis this weekend, and removed a softball size mouse nest from the heater plennum and now that disgusting smell is gone
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Brought one of my malfunctioning '86 headlight motors to work so a co-worker could see what I was complaining about. He then showed me the pop-up headlight design that's in his Miata. I walked away after looking at it saying "That design is too simple. GM doesn't like simple". We both chuckled.

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I purchased door panels and seats for the Indy. I'll start working on it when I get home.

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Ran my stock 84 on the dyno. wanted before and after numbers for my swap

79.8 not bad for its age and all the crap wrong with it. no torque spec though did it at the local community collage
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Drove it to work today.
Had to work at a tower site that was out in the country. Didn't have to deal with the maniacs downtown, for a change.

Came home and parked it, and went to dinner with Tam. (aka "she who must be obeyed" )
When we got home, I realized that my right rear tire was going flat (but just on the bottom.)
Removed a nail and installed an appropriate leak fixation device.
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Fiero Tom:


Got em installed yet ? Looking for a new wheels for my Formula.
I finally bought tires for these wheels, BFG G-Force Super Sport A/S, Fronts 205/40/17 Rears 225/45/17. I'll have them installed and upload a pic next week.
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Resolved a potential overheating issue on a 3800 SC powered vehicle. Replaced most major coolant system components and it turned out to be the last item suspected and the least expensive (water temp gauge itself). Wouldn't you just know things would turn out that way.

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I finally bought tires for these wheels, BFG G-Force Super Sport A/S, Fronts 205/40/17 Rears 225/45/17. I'll have them installed and upload a pic next week.


Looks sharp!

I sprayed the spoiler today. Hopefully in another week or two I should be about finished with the paint. I'm doing it in steps because I only have my small garage to work in .
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Driving mine in Ruckus X

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New drivers side fender was repaired and painted and was installed back at the beginning of September and painted the moldings on the fender. Several weeks ago POR 15 the drivers side rocker. Then sanded glued and painted the rocker. It is now installed. Last week sanded filled and painted the bottom of the passenger side fender and painted molding. This weekend I am hoping to get the final primer coat on, then color and then clear on the driver side door skin. Painted the new door handle and insert. The garage is very very dusty from all the body work.

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got some pin striping done. it just to cold for it to stick now though so ill have to finish the rest tomorow.

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Drove it today after getting pissed off at the K5. Saw a nice GT guy threw up his hand and I waved back. Tightened up my alt. belt it started squeaked at start up and was really annoying. Drove it to Autozone and one the guys looks out and was like Hey theres a Fiero and I was like yup thats mine, look back at the store when I'm leaving the parking lot and all the AZ guys are looking at my car when I'm leaving the parking lot.

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I got the "new" door panels and seat fabric for the Indy in the mail today. I'll get them installed this week. Tomorrow I plan on washing it and figuring out why it doesn't run.
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I watched the finishing touches of my nicely worked 3.4 swap today. Then had the pleasure of making the one hour drive home in it. Dennis you are the man!!!
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Replaced the radiator.

I was driving on my job (I do 150-200 miles/day in my 88GT), when I got a temperature light. I pulled over, popped the hood and noticed the fan wasn't running even though the a/c was on (it was a hot day). The coolant was bubbling in the overflow bottle, and steam was coming out of the radiator cap. I shut off the engine, and about 10 second later BOOM the radiator exploded. I got a tow home, and fixed the whole lot today.

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Not the direction I expected you to go, Nelson. I would have expected something in the LS line. Looks nice though...
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Dummy here! what engine is it??
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Jason came by and we did a reglue on his console center piece. Once he saw how easy it was he went right out and bought Gorilla Glue and binder clips so he could do the rest!
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Replaced the fuel pump and hose on the Indy and got it running. After getting it running I found the alternator is seized and the belt broke. Time to order more parts.
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Put an 88 oil pressure sensor in my 85, finished wiring the digital cruise and verified all signals on my 87.
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It is a very nice high HP 383 with fuel injection and a lot of custom hoses, lines, and colors.

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Dummy here! what engine is it??

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I am an old guy so the old 383 suits me and gives a lot of available HP. I also could not find anyone to give me an LS engine at a reasonable cost. However, if you are willing to fund a nice LS 7 engine for me, I will give you the 383.

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Not the direction I expected you to go, Nelson. I would have expected something in the LS line. Looks nice though...


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I treated it to a car show at the Hard Rock.
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I did the S-10 brake booster upgrade today and WOW...It stops on a dime and gives change!! LOL

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Installed a new Accel wireset, inspected the brakes/tires, tightened the alternator belt "again", tinted the tail lights to hide some of the delamination and a crack...... plus I'm going for the blacked out look!!!! and took it for a cruise

EDIT>>>> Oh yeah, also I replaced the dissy o-ring because it started leaking oil!





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Finally finished changing the axle seals. I started the job last weekend and would have finished it then except I discovered someone had replaced the starboard rear knuckle pinch bolt with a non-standard (and mangled) bolt. I ordered a replacement bolt and nut and had to wait for them.

The job of changing the seals turned out to be easier then I expected, thanks to all of the research I did on this site and others. I knew just what to watch for and how to install them correctly. I didn't even have to use the extra seal I bought.

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Installed a new Accel wireset, inspected the brakes/tires, tightened the alternator belt "again", tinted the tail lights to hide some of the delamination and a crack...... plus I'm going for the blacked out look!!!! and took it for a cruise

Drove by Chevy Chase and saw you working on yours then saw you cruising on Spring Valley while I was chasing down a new battery and and some fasteners. I installed the battery tray I have had sitting in a Fiero Store box since I purchased it in Nov 2007(can you say procratinator) and then installed a new battery.
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by hnthomps:

I am an old guy so the old 383 suits me and gives a lot of available HP. I also could not find anyone to give me an LS engine at a reasonable cost. However, if you are willing to fund a nice LS 7 engine for me, I will give you the 383.

Nelson




Throw the red Mera into the deal and we can talk (figured that was a sure-fire way to get me out of buying an LS7).

On a side note. What did I do to my Fiero today? I drove it. And it felt good. And I will do the same again tomorrow. And it will feel good again. It has been a long time since I have been able to do that three days in a row...I could get used to this.
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Do you own the red one thats always parked at a house off sheehan right before sheehan becomes more of a country road heading toward social row?
 
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by 88cryan:

Installed a new Accel wireset, inspected the brakes/tires, tightened the alternator belt "again", tinted the tail lights to hide some of the delamination and a crack...... plus I'm going for the blacked out look!!!! and took it for a cruise

Drove by Chevy Chase and saw you working on yours then saw you cruising on Spring Valley while I was chasing down a new battery and and some fasteners. I installed the battery tray I have had sitting in a Fiero Store box since I purchased it in Nov 2007(can you say procratinator) and then installed a new battery.


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Do you own the red one thats always parked at a house off sheehan right before sheehan becomes more of a country road heading toward social row?


Thats me!
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Wet sanded the door skins final color coat.
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