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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Dean and his crew did a little nose job.



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Originally posted by Axmann:

Removed rear panels to replace rear upper frame rails... also found out car was rear ended as well car is shot. Now looking for new Fiero. Its a crappy day


Heh, my car should have been totaled 3 accidents ago... I'm just glad I haven't wrecked her since I bought her. I'd really be screwed if I had...
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Dean and his crew did a little nose job.





That's going to look great when it's done. Looking forward to seeing this!
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Ordered my new wheels...Forgeline SP3Ps. Going with 19x9s up front and 19x11s on the rear. Expecting delivery in mid April.

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I took the 86 gt in to get a new winshield so it wont leak , snuck a peak at the 87 worked on the 95 sunfire allmost ready to run i wish it was the fiero!
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received the double roller timing chain for the 3800 oh and got home from arm surgery and having my wrist rebuilt.
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Got my newly refinished original black diamond lace rims back with new BFGoodrich Advantage T/A tires in stalled. Look better than new! Now I just have to clean up the wheel wells and suspension componets to match...
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We had a meeting!
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We had a meeting!


Any of you guys coming down for Daytona ?
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Knocked a few more bugs out. Inherited a few more. Got angry that i couldn't do my brakes and drive it due to a parts problem.

Washed it!
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Spent about 3 hours today waxing my 88 GT. WOW, it was time well spent. Tomorrow I'll clean on the stock wheels.
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After weeks of just looking at her, I finally did something... started the weekend with cleaning the engine bay...



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Took my 88 coupe for a drive. It runs great after the tune up and my oil leak seems to be fully repaired now. Yay! Might go out to the garage and wax it here soon or maybe save that for tomorrow.
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Painted my new wing and cleaned up the tires
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ok. so I didn't do it today...I did it 3/14-3/16...
I removed my 3.4L and Getrag Trans for rebuilding and re-installed my original 2.5L and Izuzu...just so I can drive my 88 Base Coupe while I rebuild the 3.4L swap.
a lot of work to do all alone. I took plenty of breaks, so my guess is I swapped it all over in about 16 hours using floor jacks and some dollies (the kind you put under the wheels of cars)

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ok. so I didn't do it today...I did it 3/14-3/26...
I removed my 3.4L and Getrag Trans for rebuilding and re-installed my original 2.5L and Izuzu...just so I can drive my 88 Base Coupe while I rebuild the 3.4L swap.
a lot of work to do all alone. I took plenty of breaks, so my guess is I swapped it all over in about 16 hours using floor jacks and some dollies (the kind you put under the wheels of cars)


You're a better man then me. Takes me a weekend or two, working alone, to do a swap. (In reality, other stuff gets in the way, so it takes a lot longer.)
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Yesterday, I had my rear tires replaced. Got Kumho Ecsta SPTs, in 235/45-17.
You could almost see daylight through the Cooper Zeons that they replaced.
I hated the Zeons. Slippery as hell when cold. I can't count the number of times that I broke the wheels loose, leaving work on cold evenings. NOT trying.
(Getting sideways in front of your workplace is NOT the best idea. Tends to draw unwanted attention.)

This will be the 3rd pair of rears that I've replaced on these wheels. The front pair is still the originals that came with the wheels.
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well i didn't do it but Joe fixed my wiggly steering column at the tech session that we sw fl people had today, thanks Joe!!!!!
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I removed the car cover and started it up. First time since Thanksgiving and the battery was still charged. Washed it and ran it up the road and filled the tank. Came back home and parked it in the driveway and peeked out the window at it every chance I got.
Power steering was a little low so I topped it off. Must have a leak somewhere.

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Changed the oil and filter in the black '88 GT, then took her out for a little ride around town...

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I drove my 88 again today...and she stalled several times (SES light says VSS...but it works fine).

the 3.4L will hopefully be back in SOON...like the next coupe weeks. gotta have it in there for the DELLS RUN
though because the Engine Swap Class is the LARGEST ONE AT THE SHOW, I may just leave the original drivetrain in...LOL

we'll see what kind of discounts my local parts store buddies are willing to get me for my rebuild. and If I can sort out my DUAL THROTTLEBODY Intake set up.

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Today, I replaced the piston in the slave cylinder (Getrag 5-spd). It was starting to leak, even though the slave cylinder is only a couple years old. I installed the dual-seal piston from Rodney Dickman.

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This last Sunday, installed a rebuilt steering rack and put the summer tires on. Monday after work fixed the license plate lights.
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I got a Driven Visions tail light panel for my 88 coupe. Should I paint it red to match the car or black? I'm thinking black.

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I forgot, I also ordered a new fuel pump for the Indy. It's going to get some garage space next week and get some well needed cleaning and a bunch of parts changed.
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I drove my 85 SE V6 to work today for the first time in 6 years. It's also the furthest its been from the house in the last 6 years. Tonight Ill be washing and waxing I do believe (that also hasnt been done in year)
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Spent $2k on tires to go wih my new wheels...yikes! Expecting the wheels and tires in around mid April.

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put the battery back in and fired it up for the first time since the fall. started rite up and i drove it to work. loving the sunroof in this wether

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Spent $2k on tires to go wih my new wheels...yikes! Expecting the wheels and tires in around mid April.


What size and brand did you decide to go with?
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Michelin Pilot Super Sport

255/35/19 for the front
325/30/19 for the rear

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Got my RFID passive keyless entry / push button start system installed and tested. From: http://www.advancedkeys.com/Prod_AK104B.html It was a little time consuming to install, mainly because there is so little room behind the dash and I'm really picky. I ended up removing the entire dash which made access much better. The start button is installed in the center console right in front of the radio ( really the only place there was room).
It works great, all I have to do is have the key fob in my pocket. When I get about 5 feet away from my car, it automatically unlocks the doors and enables the push button ignition. Shut the door, foot on the brake, tap the "engine start" button and the system turns on and cranks the engine til it starts. Foot on the brake and hold the button down for a couple seconds and the engine shuts off. Get out, close the door and walk away and the system automatically locks the door and arms the security system. There is also a remote start feature.
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OK I washed mine and worked on the auto shift knob. I am cutting the lever down.
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Did a quick wax on it and cleaned the interior of the 88. I got the DrivenVisions tail light panel. I plan on taking it to the body shop and getting it painted black then installing it. I ordered a red "Turbo" badge to put in the center of it.
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Today is the day I wake my Fiero up from winter storage!

So excited I can't sleep and I've been up since 5 am !
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I ordered some zero lash sway bar end links for the front and rear of the 88 from Rodney today. Hopefully I can get all these parts installed and make a suspension build thread in a couple weeks. I have front lowering ball joints, front FieroStore lowering springs, zero lash end links and FieroGuru 13" brake upgrade.

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New front tires, new front steering stops and a 4 wheel alignment.

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Replaced a broken stud on a rear wheel today. It's kind of hard to do on the car, but I got it done.
Someone noticed the broken stud last weekend. I checked the others and found some loose, and tightened them, and finally got to the broken one today.
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Got some new tires and a alignment yesterday. Today I'm working on the interior and I'm gonna get it washed and cleaned up
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Replaced the alternator, belt and fuel pump on the indy. Put some fresh fuel in the tank and fired it up. Ran good, starts right up now.
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emptied 1/2 a tank of fuel today, by driving it the way it was built to be driven.

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