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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Mine went with me to the local graveyard to honor the men and women who provided this country with, or protected, the freedoms we enjoy today. God bless you and keep you all. Thank you for the opportunity to follow in your path. I consider it my honor.
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Front end alignment today. Installed a front crossmember a little while ago, so had the alignment checked.
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Johnny, thank you for your service, also.
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Installed a little emblem.
pardon the lousy pictures. Cheap Nikon and taken in the garage as it is to darned cold outside.



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Rebuilt headlight actuators w/Rodney's kit ... great instructions BTW!
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replaced my Corvette engine with a Pontiac engine

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Cut some holes in my hood!



Don't worry, I filled them back in with something nice





They will be for sale soon!

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Originally posted by mrfred8:

replaced my Corvette engine with a Pontiac engine



Is that engine from the G8 or GTO? What was wrong with the corvette engine?
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Is that engine from the G8 or GTO? What was wrong with the corvette engine?


I did not really swap an engine. In true GM tradition I just did some badge engineering. (thanks to Mike Kroyer for making the insert to cover up "Corvette" )

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Oh, cool.
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Bought it a lathe.

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Got rid of the horns that sounded like a tiny British import and replaced them with genuine Pontiac horns I got from a 2004 Grand Prix. Sure sounds sweet now and says HEY! I'M HERE. WATCHOUT.

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didnt do anything amazing like an engine swap, but I removed the Fiero GT plate from my third brake light. Removing it I found that the red lens is partially melted.

I installed Rodney Dickmans bright bulbs for the PONTIAC

I am going to work on putting new fabric on the front speaker grills.
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I recovered the front speaker grills with Rodney Dickman's speaker cover material.

The other ones were faded blue.

It came with directions, I followed them and they turned out great


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Put the engine back on the cradle. Cradle goes back in tomorrow WOOT
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Got rid of some iffy crimp connections on the left front signal socket and soldered them up. It was a replacement and one of the crimps was loose causing the left signals to work intermittently. Eventually I may replace the '84's front lighting harness with an '87 Gen II swap (got all the stuff).
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VA state inspection.Good for another year.

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Took it out of the storage unit, drove for about 50 miles. Gotta tell you that damp, humid 50 degree weather + supercharged, intercooled 3800II makes for a neck snapping, fun, Fun, FUN drive
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Can't afford new wheels so this is what I did over the last couple of days.

This is typical of all four wheels. This is after some sanding.




Second of four coats.


Four coats of silver and four coats of clear.


I used Dupli-color # HWP 101 Silver
Dupli-color HWP 103 Clear.
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After getting fuel pump replaced Saturday, I was able to work on the side molding in the seam. Finally got the right size and adhesion to paint after a little prep and sanding of finish.



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Finished up some wiring to my headlights.
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Took her out and let her stretch her legs.
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Took her out and let her stretch her legs.


Me too! It almost hit 60 degrees today.

Been sitting for a few weeks, fixed the leaking cold start injector seal & put about 50 miles on it.
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i replaced a starter that got a little water logged during some nyc road flooding....than since i was missing the reflectors in the rear bumper anyways i stuffed sone lights in there to tie into my backup lights so i can see in reverse a lil better after having my windows tinted, and i installed some LED ldriving lights up front
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Got the passenger rear splash shield out, getting ready to pull the rear clip. Still in clean up mode. Found the 7th wasp nest once the splash shield came out. Passenger side rear frame rails look great. Rear bumper and rear clip should come off today.

Edit: Rear bumper came off. Very dirty but overall looks great!

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Installed license plate lamps with led bulbs.
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Start working on the Skitime front ground effects and cleaned at my 3800SC motor

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On Saturday drove PaulS to 2 Seat Garage to pick up his real nice low mileage Formula. We had a nice road trip.
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Picked up the parts form the machine shop and started building the 383
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Went to do some more work on my custom front air damn, felt the cold rain, high humidity, went back in the house. Just too darn damp to for body puttying and painting.

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Installed new remanufactured front and rear brake calipers, new brake pads- front and rear, and new rear parking brake cables. Went to bleed the brakes and my master cylinder wouldn't pump out pressure. Tried bleeding at the master cylinder but no pressure. I ordered a new one today and it will be in tomorrow.
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I actually got to drive it.
I live around the Kalamazoo MI lake effect snow-belt areas....usually by now we have tons of snow and salt everywhere.
that was one for the books.....glad I held out on switching to storage Insurance

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Got the rear impact beam off and noticed some light crumpled damage. Fiero must have been rear-ended at some point. Gonna sand/wire brush it all down, give it a nice coat of rust-proofing paint. Found yet another wasp nest. Think that's number 8. Can't imagine how many yellow jackets were zooming around this thing in the late summer.
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I spent most of my Christmas Eve replacing the motor mount on my '88 GT. What a PITA, but no more engine moving when I shift.
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Went back to the junkyard and picked up a ECM tray from a '87 coupe and the taillight sockets from a wrecked '86 GT. Last summer I was able to get the decklid open, but now the lock has been mangled to pieces and I can't get the decklid to open. Tried a small thin flat screwdriver, no luck. I'd like to pull the exhaust off from the x-over pipe on down. All the exhaust looks good. Hmmm.
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Went back to the junkyard and picked up a ECM tray from a '87 coupe and the taillight sockets from a wrecked '86 GT. Last summer I was able to get the decklid open, but now the lock has been mangled to pieces and I can't get the decklid to open. Tried a small thin flat screwdriver, no luck. I'd like to pull the exhaust off from the x-over pipe on down. All the exhaust looks good. Hmmm.


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I replaced 2 headlight retaining rings. No more broken tabs.
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After pulling my entire front end apart then having it blasted and powdered coated. It is going back together today with
new ball joints, A-arm bushing and new bolts.

Picked up my front mount battery tray also. Had it wrapped with gloss black then edged with carbon fiber wrap.

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Is that engine from the G8 or GTO? What was wrong with the corvette engine?


I know you posted this a couple months ago bug I just saw it and thought I'd reply. That's the IMSA car Don Kraus built which mrfred8 picked up recently from him. The engine in it wasn't from a Corvette either, and isn't an LS7. It was from a Cadillac Escalade, but was bored out to 427 (7.0L). I think the heads and intake might be for an LS7 though (the LS7 has a unique intake/heads). The LS7 is the only production 427 LS engine though, so the 7.0L on them matches nicely, and hides the coils and injectors, and related wiring.
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Mostly I've just been lightening my wallet for it recently, trying to get everything together and in its proper place, so I can actually do my build and get the car back on the road. Yesterday, I ordered a set of oil jets for cooling the pistons, and also received a set of titanium valves for the build, on Wednesday.
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