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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Originally posted by 1MohrFiero:

Installed the new powder coated valve covers. It was more of a job than I expected, even with the upper and middle intake off. She's going back together a little at a time,

Mine took some cussing and fussing as well, to the point of not even noticing they were the wrong color until the intake was going on, ooops! I may repaint the upper intake to match the valve covers someday, lesser of the two evils! It looked red in the low light but appears orange next to the red of the upper intake.
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Got my Fiero Warehouse open mouth chin spoiler installed. It's a top-quality part and fit perfectly without any modification necessary.

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Installed a new steering stabilizer today on the rack and pinion unit. The one I pulled off was a BOGE unit made in Germany, seemed like it was still good so I didn't trash it. I still installed the new one since going through the trouble, actually it's a super easy job!
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I finally went and bought a new battery, took it to the storage unit and put it in my car, and started it up and let it run for a while. I can't remember the last time I started it...

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I decided to remove the upper back half of my car. This was done for a few reasons.
1)To do a few minor repairs and keep rust from spreading.
2)To make it easier to install my checker plate firewall.
3)To see how my custom cradle and Ecotec will look and fit.
4)To have better access for the mock-up of the wiring.
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Plasti dipped my deck lid. It looks better than it did, but I have decided against dipping the whole car. I just don't like the results.

Here is before.

Here is after.


Also cleaned my valve cover and installed a new gasket.

And finally, I cleaned and painted my air filter can and cover.

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5 Weeks ago my daughter wrecked here Formula

I brought it home

Disassembled

Patched it up

Brake upgrade

New Dew Wipes (Thanks VA Fieros for the help)

170 sq ft of bright yellow wrap later
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Painted and mounted stealth wing stands

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Getting her waxed and cleaned up for the Dells run.
We got these badges with our goody bag at the Indy 30TH. My nose emblem fell of or was stolen so I put it on. It looks pretty good and gives the car a theme now.

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I just got her up and running after a doing a few winter projects. I backed out of the garage without a rear deck to go for a test drive. The idle dropped to 900 and settled in...then...Crap! It started rain. I pulled back Iin the garage to wait. (Sigh).

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Pulled the seats out for doing the headliner today, yes I know your suppose to leave them in but had a plan which worked great. I pulled the seats out and found the onboard garbage can/ change holder, it about made me sick! Sorry for the poor pictures.

Right side.




And the left side which had a few bucks in change as well as nuts, bottle of soap and God know what buried under a few layers of dirt. The pictures don't make it look so bad but it was layered!




Got the Headliner out and damned if it's not a fiberglass replacement! They did a piss poor glue job to it which made it fail but this is a good thing. Thinking about cleaning it up and having it done in gray carbon fiber wrap unless it breaks my tiny budget!
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Drove her to work this morning. She was running sweet. I think she knows I have been talking about selling her.

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Pulled the seats out for doing the headliner today, yes I know your suppose to leave them in but had a plan which worked great. I pulled the seats out and found the onboard garbage can/ change holder, it about made me sick! Sorry for the poor pictures.

Right side.

Got the Headliner out and damned if it's not a fiberglass replacement! They did a piss poor glue job to it which made it fail but this is a good thing. Thinking about cleaning it up and having it done in gray carbon fiber wrap unless it breaks my tiny budget![/QUOTE]


Fiero headliner always can be saved, carfully pull out the old one, ripe the cloth of clean the debris with a brush and a cloth towel, then comes the magic , several layers of resin -inside and outside let it dry the go and buy cloth or headliner material with a foam back 1-2 or 3mm is ok.
Spray the cloth and headliner with glue inside a paint gut let it dry until you can touch it an made it like Ish form WCC and voila your headliner ist the bomb !!!!!!!.
Did it 3 times and Mercedes AMG could not do it better !.

Sunvisor the same material, new carboard inside now cover outside and the blue with hot glue both parts inside together, no stiching needed !.

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Pulled the seats out for doing the headliner today, yes I know your suppose to leave them in but had a plan which worked great. I pulled the seats out and found the onboard garbage can/ change holder, it about made me sick! Sorry for the poor pictures.

Right side.

Got the Headliner out and damned if it's not a fiberglass replacement! They did a piss poor glue job to it which made it fail but this is a good thing. Thinking about cleaning it up and having it done in gray carbon fiber wrap unless it breaks my tiny budget!



Fiero headliner always can be saved, carefully pull out the old one, ripe the cloth of clean the debris with a brush and a cloth towel, then comes the magic , several layers of resin -inside and outside let it dry the go and buy cloth or headliner material with a foam back 1-2 or 3mm is ok.
Spray the cloth and headliner with glue inside a paint gut let it dry until you can touch it an made it like Ish form WCC and voila your headliner ist the bomb !!!!!!!.
Did it 3 times and Mercedes AMG could not do it better !.

Sunvisor the same material, new carboard inside now cover outside and the blue with hot glue both parts inside together, no stiching needed !.



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Finally had my exhaust installed on my 3.8 sc swap
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Mine has been replaced, it's a fiberglass headliner of aftermarket origin. I'm almost done cleaning the old contact cement off of it and will start recovering it in a couple days. Priced out the wrap material and I think I'm going to pass doing it that way so I went and bought some headliner material. I think I'm going to recover the upper firewall panel as well, looks like a dirt collection with a few greasy fingerprints to boot! Maybe I'll do it in vinyl so if it gets dirty it will be easy to clean.

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Finally replaced the broken driver's side door lock today. For the past one and a half years, I've had to reach all the way across the interior to unlock it.
It was a nightmare, but well worth it.
Tomorrow, I'll get started on switching out the passenger lock.
Then dew wipes.
Then I'll be adding power locks and power mirrors.

It'll be great
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Got the lights fitted and the warber style scoop just needs lots of sanding and filling





Link to my build

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/092051.html

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Mounted a door skin.



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Mounted a door skin.



Bob


Looking good Bob. Say do those dog biscuits help?
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Its Chrome!! Cleaned the exhaust tips. PO had the car running to rick with 180 thermostat. Now that I have the stock 195 installed no more black just chrome.

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Ordered Inner and outer tie rods for the front, outers for the rear, upper and lower ball joints for the front and lowers for the rear. Once all installed she should be tighter than a (insert punchline here) and maybe I can get her inspected finally.
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Ordered a new toy today......

A ABS plastic vacuum forming machine.

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Looking good Bob. Say do those dog biscuits help?


Hey Steve... yum....
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Hey Steve... yum....


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drove the crap out of it!!!!

finally got more than 20 miles behind the wheel, after 3 weeks of transmission and radiator issues





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After shaking down my frontend to find a clunking sound ( bottom pass shock bolt missing) had to replace both front outer bearings after one was grenaded an the other had broken rollers and washed it after a week if nyc driving
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Removed both outer dew wipes today, gosh. What a nightmare.

Mentally preparing myself to install the new ones tomorrow. I'm not looking forward to it.

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Been in the garage for about 7 months while I work on the 4.9L swap. Not finished yet, but I got to roll it out onto the driveway and give it a good cleaning today Just waiting for the new starter and fuel pump....looking forward to driving it for the summer



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Put my battery in my sons 86 GT, and replaced the fuel filter so it would start .
Has to be moved ( land lord problem ) so needed to bring it to my house for work, and
cleaning. Took about 4 hours to do just those two things because dropped the ignition key
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so long. Now for a battery charge and test and a good cleaning.
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I removed and reinstalled my lower control arms today. Last summer I bought a set of lower control arms from an '88 coupe I found in a Dallas junkyard. It had poly bushings already installed and I never checked things out before installing them on my car (very stupid thing to do!). It squeaked like a son of a gun and I finally had enough. I removed the bushings and discovered they were all bone dry and that the PO didn't quite get all the old rubber off the sleeves. It's all put back together and is squeak free.
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Installed new wheels and tires

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Installed New seats:
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We really need a "Like" button in this thread. Great looking seats FieroMaster88.

Those wheels really set that SE off RJS525.

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Tore apart my front end suspension.
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Finally finished installing the dew wipes. Putting them in was a lot easier than removing them, so long as you knew the "trick" to it.

Next on my list:

  • Install new B-Pillar speakers
  • Install Power Locks
  • Install Power Mirrors
  • Install Performance Sound and
  • Fix a leak in my trunk

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Installed a set of lowering springs and stiffer shocks/struts last week, to go with Rodney's zero-lash end links up front as well as poly front sway bar mounts on my 5-spd '88 Formula.

This past Saturday was my first time on the track with these suspension improvements, and only the second time I've had this particular Fiero on the track. After four years of driving a 90 HP duke powered '84, I like the slight jump in power up to the 140 HP 2.8

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Was yesterday but..got back from the Wisconsin Dells Show, washed the car and unpacked.
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Replaced the power window switches with new ones from the Fiero Store.
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Got a good 4-wheel alignment today....BIG difference! My alignment was so messed up that it was hardly enjoyable to drive (due to completely rebuilding the suspension). It drives like a new car now.

Now to tackle an annoying squeal when I use the AC. I'm hoping it's just a belt issue, but I have a feeling the compressor might be dying.
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