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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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SWEET! A 4 car garage in the space of two. I have GOT to get myself one of those!

Today I drove my car around the block for the first time in almost a year.

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Which one of your cars did you drive for the first time in a year.......don't you have several......didn't PBJ work on one of yours.

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Yep, that's the one...the car PBJ built was getting paint and body work along with a new 6 speed transmission. It's now back home after a long stay up north.
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So how is the 6speed transmission? Do you like it, what is your honest opinion.....like if you had to do it again.

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Front and back leather covers




These covers are very nice, good job. talk about a BOB challenger
(Local joke)

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Well Tal I'm glad you think so.......but far far far far from it. I don't have the cash and all that time he has.......being retired like Bob has its advantages.

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So how is the 6speed transmission? Do you like it, what is your honest opinion.....like if you had to do it again.

Gabe


The 6 speed is 10 times better than I imagined. It didn't exist when I first converted my car and I didn't want a V8 mated to a rickety 20 year old Fiero manual, so I left in the Caddy auto. But it wasn't nearly as much fun. It was missing something, now it's like a wild animal as the best way I can describe it.
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Very good to know........that might be my next major mod....... thanks.
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Very nice Gabe... wanna pm me with some info on those lifts including price and where you ordered them and how they were installed?
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Cleaned her for a quick video:

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I installed some indiglo gauges with a 120 MPH gauge cluster. Then I tested the speedo, if you know what I mean.
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changed the rear controlarm-bushings but the new bushings have smaller holes .....grrrrr i could jump in circles now i need to get new Bolts if possible











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Hey Chris, yes they are nice and come in very handy. Here's the link.

www.directlift.ca

They were the Propak 8 plus and had both installed with tax $5800.00.
Yes what I could have added and done to my car.

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put my new wheels on today, only went with 16's. Had to use 1/4" spacers on the rear hubs. It was kinda scary when I pulled it out and heard the grinding noise. Makes me shiver thinking about it...like nails on a chalkboard. But it's great now.
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Originally posted by thecage: .......but far far far far from it. I don't have the cash and all that time he has.......being retired like Bob has its advantages.
Gabe


Not an easy choice...Both cars are SWEET.







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Filled up my 88 duke daily driver. 200 miles on the clock, and 7.94 gallons. Combined city/hwy driving, and no effort on my part to save gas. With these gas prices, I'm loving my 88 duke even more.
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Put $25 worth of gas in her and tightened a bolt on the front passenger side shock which stopped an annoying squeak.
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i was running the car pretty hard all week and put 300 km on it and it cost me 35.00 for 26.2 L of midgrade .this was mostly stop and go driving with a bit of hwy .we dont have expressways around here .that works out to 27miles to an american gallon , my lowest total ever .so i decided to take it real easy on the car , stay off the boost , shift early ,same driving conditions and see what i could get .the result surprised me , 33.75 miles per gallon .almost a 7 mpg improvement .i am running regular now to see if that will work .i will have to do a scan for knock .should not be a problem because i run water meth injection .gas is 1.27 per litre up here now.
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I got my passenger side dew wipe off!!!!
Finally!!

...And it only took a month of soaking the screws and bolts in PB blaster.

Next month...the driver side!!!

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Well got the urge and pulled the trigger:
JUST PURCHASED!!!!

6 speed F40
3.8 Supercharged V6 Series II

Now To start Finding out about the 6 speed swap , and start hitting you guys up about swap info!!!

The engine also comes with a 87' SE don't know if I am going to part her out or fix the head gasket and drive/sell it. Who knows

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Cursed at it.
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Replaced all four tires with Falken Ziex 912 and changed the oil...then took her for a spin
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Cleaned the wheels - was suprised to find a lot of overspray on them from the painter. The chromed looked sort of dull til I got all the overspray off.

Poked a hole in my intercooler radiator earlier this week when I put the airdam back on... was dismayed to find that ZZperformance no longer stocks the one that will fit the Fiero. They have a newer smaller more efficient heat exchanger under development and should be released in another week or so (at least according to the person I talked to on the phone. )

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I embarked on a 3800 S/C swap. Spent the day on four cradle bolts. Love that.
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Continued to dismatle the 86 GT. Ended up torching the cradle bolts and got the motor/trans out. Planned on a few hours but spent 14 plus. Car is down to the shell. Now the real work begins.......
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I installed the rear Eibach springs, new struts, cross drilled rotors, new brake pads, new rear axel, painted rear calipers, and installed poly front tie rod end boots. I am tired and sore, but I am happy with the days work.

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- painted a wing for my 87

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Packed the car getting ready for the trip to the Dells Tuesday AM. Spray on bra for the bugs that will collect on the front. Plotted my route trying to find the less expensive gas along the route.
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Took the cover off. Had to pull up my GTP next to her to jump start. Started right up after. Drove it over to the folks house so I could wash it and test out my electric power buffer. Shines pretty good for 20 year old paint job. That was yesterday. Today she started right up and I drove it to work. Took the sunroof off and had a nice cruise. Since I'm still driving with the original crappy headliner (haven't installed my new ABS headliner) I still smoke cigars.

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Pulled her out of the garage so that i could pull the Trans Am in to change the water pump. I also had to drive her up to the parts store to get what i needed for the Trans Am. It is usually the other way around, but in any case it was an enjoyable drive. When they are both running correctly, it is a tough decision to make, as to which one to drive!

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Got her running, washed painted and new sig. It is my car in the sig un photo chopped not all today but having lots of FUN!

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Been flying a lot lately so when I got back from my latest trip I cleaned up my 88GT and took her out for a spin since it's been about a month and a half since I've even driven her. It was a great ride. I wish fuel wasn't so expensive. My performance chip requires 93 octane fuel, but it's worth it. Maybe someday the fuel prices will even out or go down...then I'll wake up right? Will hopefully be moding the headlights soon, whenever the next round buckets list goes around.
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Got it aligned after all the suspension work. Replaced the antenna base. Replaced fuel pump relay.
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what did i do to my fiero today or next weekend
NOTHING
can't afford it
gas prices are too high to have any money to do anything but keep it running
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i envy this car so much.
I would love to so just one thing to my fiero


 
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Not an easy choice...Both cars are SWEET.









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