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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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Finished pulling a 4.10 4 speed from a parts car, cleaning it, ground out the webbing for a N* starter, mating it to a dummy block, aligning it in a spare cradle, designed the rough drawings for motor mounts, PayPal'd Ryan Hess for his chip, software, and instructions for a 7730 ecm to control the N*, pulled the 4 cylinder fuel lines out of the parts car, pulled the shifter and shift cables out of the parts car, and a few other minor details.

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Edited to add: AND I OWN PAGE 2!!

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Sanded and reprimed my rear deck scoop.


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I finished replacing a leaking gas tank and fuel vapor lines on my yellow '88 notchie. Kudos to Brad who helped me find a new used tank and ditto to Dustin for letting me purchase one off his parts car! She's back on the road! WOO HOO!!!
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Wow.
I am gonna start a new thread.
What Are You Gonna Do To Your Fiero....TOMMORROW ?

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About to go put the new car cover on that I just got for my birthday!!!
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Took it the the NIFE Cruise Night today.

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Moved the Fino out to the empty garage in my empty rental house next door. (I sure hope I get a tenant soon!)

No time to work on the car since it will most likely be sold in October. Now it's time to get to the T-top that's still in my garage. Another Fino body would be nice, and I'm leaning toward an SC3800 over an SBC.

Lildevil, I thought the decklid was already painted? Wait - that's a new bump on the deck, right?
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I worked on my rear decklid scoop and then made some burnout marks in my shop's parking lot. Tomorrow looks the same, too.
Dave



Tough job you got there, Dave! Me want...
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Replace both parking brake cables, ordered two new calipers for the rear. I got a wheel I had order from the UPS guy, and set it on the rear axle to check clearance. Cut 9" out of the drivers side coolant tube that was bent to heck and flat. Cleaned and repainted the two heat shields from the engine compartment. Seems like the more I fix, the more I find busted ,broken ,seized up or rusted . Removed the shifter to make it a short stick shifter.
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installed temp gauge, and noticed i have a leak in my brake lines (brand new) but i drove it anyways..
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Tough job you got there, Dave! Me want...


I can't play until the customer's cars are done. My one tech retired, so now it's only me and one tech. this is what we have to get done today.
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New Fuel pump, and finished installing my new stereo. Also started working on a new set of doors which are going to replace the ones on my car (better shape than my current ones), and started removing side skirts and fenders in order to remove my defective lambo hinges.

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I washed and waxed it, and then re painted the rims. SHOULD have had them powdercoated.....................
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Didn't do anything today yet. My plans involve finishing up my motor from its partial rebuild. Hopefully I can start it for one. I have only started the Fiero 2 times MAYBE since I bought it LAST September.
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Made a new center console. Lights up blue


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I just spent $235 on a 1st/2nd shift rail assembly, because the 1st/2nd shift fork in my Getrag is broken.
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I looked at it longingly, while waiting for some brake parts that are on order.
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Picked up some parts from UPS. Valvesprings, retainers and headgaskets. The headgaskets were $100 each!
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in the process of replacing 3 brake hoses, and a left rear caliper
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Drove it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I looked at it while I rode by on my bicycle.
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Replaced a dew wipe last night, and drove to work today in it. The other Fiero waits in the garage.

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I didnt do any thing to it but I managed to spend my entire paycheck on this

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Its called Vivid Blue, It is on the 07-08 hondas. Painting will begin saturday or sunday. here is a better idea of the color

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Mmmmm Intercooler...

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Mmmmm Intercooler...

Mmmmm indeed, .
Starting to get my Fieros ready for the Red River Ruckus. Drove the cruise route to get exact mileage. 100 miles later I am friggin happy I have a Fiero.
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in the process of replacing 3 brake hoses, and a left rear caliper


need to add
on Thursday i'll be replacing a front right brake line...

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Dreamed about it....as the GT is located in Louisiana and I'm currently in Korea until the middle of next month. Guess to get some pleasure I'm going to search what I can find on ebay.

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Did you consider selling the kid?


Yes many times. You just cant sell them, zero market value when they have attitude and dress wierd.
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Started powder coating the transmission case
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Today, I bought a headlight control module to replace the one that let out the magic smoke.
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street dreams 1.25" drop spindles and aluminum hubs .i wanted more travel out of my coilovers and the al hubs reduce unsprung weight by about 2.5 lbs per front wheel .goes well with my held sport suspension .i had to hone out my 11" disc centre holes to 2.4 " to make them fit on the hubs and it changed the toe in so much that i had to do a home alignment before i could drive it . threading out the steering tie rods 1/4" per side did the trick .now i can drive it to the alignment shop .before the adjustment there was almost 2 "inches of total toe in .the tires squealed when i backed it out of the garage so i knew i had a problem .
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Dropped the motor (finally) out yesterday. Today, I am going to see if I can get it out from under the car (Don't have a very high jack) and I am going to see if I can clean the cradle to a shine.

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I recieved the new ignition components for my 4.9 install on number 3.

Put off fixing the suspension on number 2, again.

Put off replacing the fues pump in number 1, again. I will probably keep on doing this for many more days (months) to come.

Procrastination is........ nevermind, I'll finish later.


My current project is more important. Look for a house with a garage that I can afford. Once I find that I actually can do something with them daily.

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Hooked up the wire harness and put a battery in the car for the first time in a year.
Put the charger on it and I have lights and the fuel pump works where did I put that rag, read my thread in the tech section

3 Fieros can be fun sometimes. But not today
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moved the 86 SE from the right side of the street to the left side of the street.. didn't want a parking ticket
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Found some time to push forward in my engine clean up.
Took the longblock down to block, stripped old paint, degreased and applied new paint


Inspected the heads, will paint them tomorrow evening


Found slight sludging in the oil pan and the pump pickup had loosened, but a wire I had applied during original build-up held the p/up in place.


Inspected pistons which will be going back in
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Drove both of my cars shown in the avatar today. The black one to work and the red one after work. Cold A/C,

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Finished putting GT rocker extensions on my 85 SE. Now it is a notchie with all the aero skirts. Next hood scoops, minor bondo, and then prep for paint.

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Dropped a door on my head while working on my lambo hinges.

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