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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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That's the IMSA with the funky things in the exhaust?
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That's the IMSA with the funky things in the exhaust?


You mean the Supertrapp mufflers for tips? It had those, yes.
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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.


I have pretty much given up on correcting people that its not a CorvetteLS7 . I have a sign with the car that says what it is, but people just see the engine cover. At least I got the Corvette part covered up. It has already been published in at least on issue of a magazine as LS7 .

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Sorry.

Is it the one I saw at Fierorama 2014, though?
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Sorry.

Is it the one I saw at Fierorama 2014, though?


It's this car: Don Kraus's 427 LSX Update
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Sorry.

Is it the one I saw at Fierorama 2014, though?


Yes
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Cleaning off old head gaskets, thrilling job.
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Hercimer, are those Danyel's headlight buckets? Nice front emblem.

I pulled my tail lights for polishing, and it was filthy back there. So now the rear fascia is off so I can clean that area. Also, the metal clips for the lights are rusty. If anyone knows where I can get new ones, I'll buy, but am reconditioning these, for now.
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Took advantage of TFS sale and started ordering parts to redo my Formula's brakes; knocking everything out but the booster this winter.
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Hercimer, are those Danyel's headlight buckets? Nice front emblem.

I pulled my tail lights for polishing, and it was filthy back there. So now the rear fascia is off so I can clean that area. Also, the metal clips for the lights are rusty. If anyone knows where I can get new ones, I'll buy, but am reconditioning these, for now.


tshark Yes they are .....really sharp lookin there hercimer01 !!!!

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I um, broke my deck release switch. So, I ordered a new one from TFS.

Evicted mouse from heater box. Darn thing came back and bit me. Beheading that mouse was small satisfaction.
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I went to DMV to renew my registration. I have had the car on the road since 2/10/10.it still puts a smile on my face. Then I went to AAA to renew my membership just in case
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Hosed off the dirt and funk of Indy #2, aired up the tires, and unless something changes in the next 8-10 hrs, this will forever end 15 years of continuous Fiero ownership for myself and my wife Jane. Been a good run, met lots of great folks, but age, family obligations and life have dictated I move on to other hobbies and endeavors.
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Hosed off the dirt and funk of Indy #2, aired up the tires, and unless something changes in the next 8-10 hrs, this will forever end 15 years of continuous Fiero ownership for myself and my wife Jane. Been a good run, met lots of great folks, but age, family obligations and life have dictated I move on to other hobbies and endeavors.


I wish you and Jane the best.......... may your time left be filled with happy smooth sailing ...
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Finally go her all put back together and ready to go get tuned. She's been sleeping for over a year while I did extensive surgery. Can't wait to get her on the road and let her stretch her legs!


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88 Yellow formula CJB #182 of 1252

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Started brake system rebuild; replacing almost everything. Pulled master and front lines/hoses/calipers tonight. Rear will get pulled, tomorrow. Front rotors are soaked in PB blaster.

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repaired MAT sensor wires they where melted together and it kept reading 70 degrees
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Last night, thanks to some awesome people on the FB page, I removed the shifter and cleaned the entire area. Next is to wire wheel everything and paint. Small step...
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I tracked down my high idle problem and code 44 to the EGR valve tube. I just ordered one from Rodney
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I tracked down my high idle problem and code 44 to the EGR valve tube. I just ordered one from Rodney


This on the GT?
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Started on installation of a newly powder coated Trueleo intake on one of my 87 cars.

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This on the GT?


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I got the remnants of bad bulbs out of the sockets using some pliers.

Wasted about an hour burning myself on the overhead lights trying to figure out why the map lights wouldn't work. Finally discovered the ground through 2 of the screws.

Hasn't left my driveway in months. Pretty sure it's not legal to drive. No gauges, dash, headlights, or sway bars.
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Finished pulling old brake lines and hoses and unbent shipping bends on new SS lines so they're ready to go in. I may end up putting the old calipers back in for at least this year since I know they work because it looks like I'm buying front hubs instead. The passenger side is making clicking noises and I fear it could fail. The whole front suspension is overdue for a rebuild, everything but the beyond the hubs will probably happen next year. Still plan to replace pads and rotors.

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Replaced the EGR valve.
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I drove to cars and coffee at Amelia island . 80 Deg day and no rain. That was nice because I cleaned for 3 weeks. Life is good now ready for Daytona.
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Wow, that looks dry there! Quite a contrast to here on the we(s)t coast. I remember driving through Arizona almost 40 years ago. Pleasant memories.

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Installed my new Fierostore front ebrake cable and equalizer. Coupled with new rear calipers and left/right cables I now have a functioning ebrake again. 3 clicks.... This was the last mechanical thing my car needed after a month of rebuilding the front suspension and replacing the rack bushing
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Installed headlight trim ring, passenger side. Adjusted headlight brackets to proper height. Silicone on all rubber seals. Installed Pontiac "T" handle on auto shifter. It is helping my right thumb area which seems like is possibly arthritis.

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Today I installed a set of very nice dew wipes I recieved from Seajal. I used the sneaky method of removing the window stops, rolling the window up, and scooting it back to access the outter dew wipe screws! Worked like a charm! While I was in the doors I applied "peel and seal" which is a flashing product available at hardware stores that is "similar" to dynamat. Now Im just waiting on my ABS headliner board from the fierostore to arrive so I can put my interior back together. I have been experimenting with soundproofing, not only did I peel and seal the doors but I already did the a-pillars and roof. I put some on the backsides of the interior plastics and I used pieces of carpet padding as instulation in the a-pillars too.






Sorry, didnt snap a pic of the new dew wipes installed. will get one. EDIT Here it is.....

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I went "Back to the 80s" and installed a vintage 1988 Delco radio/cassette player in my car, in place of the 90s-era GM CD player I'd been using. Rockin' me some cassettes!!
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Over the past few days I've done quite a bit. Last weekend, Fiero #2 came home. In preparation for making it drivable, I did an oil change, flushed the trans fluid, and starting doing a tune up. I ran out of daylight after the three easy sparkplugs.
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This last week on my to be daily driver Formula I replaced and repaired the cluster (still have some gauge issues to resolve) and replaced a broken A/C control face, along with replaced the ignition switch and battery, last night I replaced Air Filter, Spark Plugs, Wires, Cap & Rotor, boy were they rusted, PO must have never done any maintenance, hitting one issue at a time.
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I got my headlights working again...with the old parts.
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can you explain this cheating method of dew wipe replacement? have to do mine this spring and have been looking at a lot of methods.
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