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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
Started on: 08-27-2007 12:27 PM
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Today my son and I drove 4 hours out to Pennsylvania to pick up my second 1988 Fiero GT.

This one is an automatic, both my son and my wife can drive this car. The car used to belong to Skitime's wife, before they sold it to the guy that I got it from. It seems to have been well cared for, although the paint looks a little tired.

The Fiero got 26.7 mpg on the ride home. (Very nice, I'm happy.)

Anyhow, I can't tell you how wierd it is to look out and see two white 1988 Fiero GTs sitting in my driveway. (That is just so cool. )

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While not technically *my* Fiero, I rebuilt the headlight motors, replaced the heater core and installed new rear rotors & pads on an '88 Formula today. It was also the first time I have driven an '88 Fiero in several years......I miss it! It brought back many memories......I can't wait to get another one!
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I stood outside and looked at both of them and thought: "D@mn, I wish I didn't speed so I could still have my license and I could drive my Fieros around." Oh well, I will have it back mid-April and the GT will go on the road. I can't wait.
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Originally posted by craigsfiero2007:

I stood outside and looked at both of them and thought: "D@mn, I wish I didn't speed so I could still have my license and I could drive my Fieros around." Oh well, I will have it back mid-April and the GT will go on the road. I can't wait.


Yeah... well... that just gives you more time to modify them so that when you do hit the streets, youre ready

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I took it for a drive around the block, soon it will be nice enough to keep it out hopefully.
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I waxed down my turd and tried getting the corrosion off the stock rims.
didnt work too well steel brushed dont work maybe a grinder will hehehehe
i need something that is going to fix bad paint
maybe a repaint will work
i also found out that mine was originally silver and black two tone but someone repainted the bottom
so its now all black
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entered a local car show (308 conversion) WON 1st place euro import!
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I picked up a great looking dash for my 85GT!!

Weather's getting warmer so i'll get to really work on it soon!!

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Put a factory wing on the 84 and a widow lift motor in the 86 (talk about a job )

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Originally posted by AutoTech:


Yeah... well... that just gives you more time to modify them so that when you do hit the streets, youre ready



That how I look at it. I have done alot with the GT since I bought it. It just needs a set of Konig Hotswaps and a new Yellow paint job.
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I had showel to make it to where my car is park in a Tent Garage .Had 3 feet but its good weather now should start to melt fast .
Try to get it to start but seem the starter when out on me ..Was bad from the year before so that was no News to me ..

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Cursed it for still sitting in my garage waiting for a good engine. Damn you Formula!!
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Installed a CD player and new speakers in my DD
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Took it out of storage for the season.
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Removed my interior to paint it black with hugger orange accents...next removing the hack job installed head unit from the early 90's
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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...Well Am trying to get her out was a bad winter for snow ! the roof of the tent garage got shylight Now ..Here a pic I got a few minute ago
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Peeked out my window and saw how muddy it is after yesterday's rain.
Wished the water pump weren't broken so I could go take it though the car wash.
But it's getting fixed on Thursday!
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took mine out for my very first test drive since i got it and put the motor together. yah me
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I mounted my 17" wheels and realized I need some smaller tires in the front.

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Converted the old SI alternator over to a new 88' CS alternator in my 87 GT.
Installed a new high performance ignition coil.

2-3 hour job, but WOW what a difference in bright lights and charging!!

Should have done this when I rebuilt and installed the new 3.4 motor.....

NEXT on the agenda: New Bendix brake master cylinder, 4 new brake line hoses, new front rotors and pads and HID headlight conversion for the 90mm low profiles !!

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Cut out holes for some Trans Am vents to go in the fenders.

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Took it out for a VERY nice drive Figured out that at 85 mph the tach reads just under 4000 rpm's, and the front end feels too light to go any faster, and going faster is pointless since I can't tell how fast I'm going.

Also put more gas than I ever have in it, 8.2 gallons, it was well into the red hatched area of the gas gauge.

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well into the red hatched area of the gas gauge.



Ha!

If my gauge read that, it would mean my car is on the side of the road and Im walkin to the gas station !
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Ha!

If my gauge read that, it would mean my car is on the side of the road and Im walkin to the gas station !


That's why I usually fill up when it reaches 1/4 tank, all the horror stories. Apparently I have one of the dozen or so accurate gauges
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Took it out for a VERY nice drive Figured out that at 85 mph the tach reads just under 4000 rpm's, and the front end feels too light to go any faster, and going faster is pointless since I can't tell how fast I'm going.

Also put more gas than I ever have in it, 8.2 gallons, it was well into the red hatched area of the gas gauge.



Ha I just did this today also, 8.2 gallons, in the red hatching; unfortunately this was after only 178 miles on the trip odometer!

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I took mine out today for a quick 20 mile drive. It's the first time I've had it out since November. It started right up and ran perfectly. I have to dust it off, as the Black paint looks White from all the dust that is on it.
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Pulled off the cover, disconnected the battery maintainer, primed the engine oil and started her up in the garage officially taking it out of storage. quick trip to fill the tank with premium and a bottle of gas-dry and let her idle for a bit. Now for a nice sunny day to actually drive it.

NOTE: waxing the entire underside with spray wax last winter was a success ZERO surface rust on any metal parts, everything is nice ans shiney like the day it was installed, only the rotor faces had very light surface rust. I have it stored indoors but cold storage so there is condensation in the fall and spring at times. Waxing under the car will be done a lot more now.
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Threw out the Wal-Mart car cover that keeps flying off in even the smallest winds (chased it about 20 feet down my street in pouring rain this afternoon). New brake rotors and pads came today from eBay, hope to get them installed soon.

Anyone know of a good water resistant (or protective) car cover for a reasonable price??

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I started modifying my Scarab nose. The aluminum is there to hold the new fiberglass in place until it hardens.

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Continued to put some more interior parts back together after painting them and just got a hold of a 3800sc from a 99gtp
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I got my starter replace ..Got it started and run at 950 RPM and am happy whit that After that I got my DVD from CenTexIndy in the mail and that realy Made my day ..Rob

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I started modifying my Scarab nose. The aluminum is there to hold the new fiberglass in place until it hardens.



I love to what your doing whit your car I hope to see more of the bumper once finish ...Rob
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Threw out the Wal-Mart car cover that keeps flying off in even the smallest winds (chased it about 20 feet down my street in pouring rain this afternoon). New brake rotors and pads came today from eBay, hope to get them installed soon.

Anyone know of a good water resistant (or protective) car cover for a reasonable price??


I always use bungee cord to hold mine in place when it is outdoors in windy conditions. I got grommets from a camping supply place, cut holes for them around the edge of the cover and crimped them on. Works great.

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What did I do to the Fiero? Not much
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I sat behind mine listening to rumble and chop of my Duke... I love that cam, bore and exhaust....
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Spent the whole week cleaning it .
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Drove a few dozen miles in the coupe to start breaking in the newly installed Grooms engine.

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What did I do to the Fiero? Not much
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That looks interesting. Care to share any details?
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Turned 200,000 miles today.
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