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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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tempted to mount my 3800 on my 88 cradle using mounts bought from a forum member just to figure out they don't line up

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Yesterday I cut my deck so my intercooler fits under it.


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Installed new spark plugs, Autolite 606, took out 605's. The 605's were very dark which tells me they were just to cold of a plug for a stock 3800SC.
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Autocrossed it on Sunday. Not one of my better days, but fun none-the-less.



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started cleaning and detailing engine bay..removed vapour canister and hooked up cold ram air to turbo

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Installed Rodney's new clutch Master Cylinder, bled the Slave Cylinder, and finally got to Test Drive my new Fiero. My left leg is a bit wobbly after 4 yrs w/o a manual trans but I'm looking forward to building up again.
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Next day ... changed the transaxle fluid, oil & filter. Uuggh, prior oil changers created a real mess under there on the block, cross members, starter, etc. Anyone know a good way to degrease the bottom end at home?
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I finally finished rebuilding my A/C system.
Vacuumed it for about an hour and turned off the pump. If it still shows a vacuum in the morning, I'll call it good, and charge it.

Edit - All charged up, and cooling like a fiend. Just in time for winter.

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Praise the Lowered!

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Finally started the long process of sanding and filling the body pannels



A quick spray to help pick out the high/low spots



Still a few little low spots to fill



A shot from the rear should have cleaned the lense



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Changed the spark plugs. Gotta say that taking the deck lid off made getting to the 3 inside plugs a Piece of Cake. Holy Frijoles! were those inside plugs in terrible shape.
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New wheels:
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Yesterday I cut my deck so my intercooler fits under it.






That is a nice looking engine/bay area.
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Fixed the passenger side power door lock.
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Finished installing the CS alternator upgrade. Seems to be running just fine.

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That is a nice looking engine/bay area.


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DAMN SON!!! That is a gorgeous engine bay! Just throwing a wild idea out there, has anyone ever tried cutting the "FIERO" badge out of the top of the stock upper intake and finding a nice clean way to attach it to the supercharger? I think it would look awesome. Perhaps a lot of work but if I did an l67 swap that would be something I'd do.


Anyway, what I did to my Fiero...yanked the tank and pulled th pump out to find someone wired the pump backward. LOL that would probably be why the pump is cooked....
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Testing out a few styles of fender stripes



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I liked the first one
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Testing out a few styles of fender stripes







I like the first one

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I cleared away the brackets and steering rack to drop the crossmember in the morning. From there we can install the rest of the suspension kit on to the crossmember. I'll worry about the brakes later. I just want to get the car back on the ground for now.
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Ordered quarter windows for my 88GT and that 3rd brakd light thingie
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well....it seems I need a front wheel bearing. sooooo that's on the agenda for today.
to bad, too. I really wanted to clean the yard of leaves. NOT!
off to the fixin store.........
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Drove it ! No problems this week
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Just put these on yesterday. 245/45/18 all around.
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I finally got the front end back on the ground!

Here's the X-member off the car with the new UCAs.


Got both CAs on with spindle and hub mated.


On the car with coil-overs mounted!


MASSIVE rotors!


I still need to mount the calipers, lines, change out the MC, and get the tie-rods connected before even thinking of going anywhere. There is some ridiculous camber with the current alignment. I'll play with that and get new LCA bolts to replace the old worn ones.
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Dipped my wheels orange, then photoshopped in a window tint, taillight tint, and lowered it.

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Well Friday, Saturday, and Yesterday.
Raced Chumpcar at Portland International Raceway.

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I drag raced it!
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That is almost a wheelie!
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With some help pulled a sunroof top panel off a parts car so I can later install it on my daily driver. Was surprised how well my window puller kit I picked up at Harbor Freight made getting the panel off.
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I drag raced it!

That is a great pic! Love the wheels on your car, and that is as close as you can get to a wheelie.
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Wiped it down and drove it to the local Cars and Coffee. Only Fiero there. It was quite popular Saw a really nice RX7 there with an LS2 swapped into it.
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Yesterday I cut my deck so my intercooler fits under it.






Very clean! That's the way it should be, nice work.
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Changed oil,, tightened transmission pan bolts
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I went to work today and there was another red Fiero in the parking lot!!! And it belonged to another employee!! What are the chances that employees at the same store drive the same kind of car!! Mine is an 86 SE, the other fellows is an 88 Formula. Mine is in much better shape!! Note the license plate on the Formula!!

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Installed my updated radio/CD/MP3 player and then took it for a drive to listen to some tunes.

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Wasn't today but the other day I went out to a local u-pull it and grabbed a real nice passenger seat, strut top-hats, and a cradle bolt. I know, nothing too exciting.
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Took mine to the Airborne and Special Operations Museum. In case you are wondering, that's Iron Mike in the back ground

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Cleaned her up and took her for a spin...let her stretch her legs a little
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I painted my new Gen V blower.
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