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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Took my car in for it's MOT (annual test required in the UK for all cars over 3 years old).

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Replaced the Gen I headlight motors to Gen II motors in my 86GT.

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Got my car back from the garage - found out that it failed the test on service brakes and handbrake, but not by much, so I guess I'll have to spend my weekend trying to sort it out before it goes back in for a re-test next week...

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Drove it 220 miles to see how it would handle after some exhaust things had been changed. Still needs some work. (and I need a dang hair cut)
But it is FUN to drive...even in 101 degree temps.

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WILL BE DOING AFTER WORK TODAY

replacing OPSU with correct OPSU, changing fuel filter, changing spark plugs, replacing header X-over pipe bolts n nuts, changing headlight bulbs, putting center console back together. driving it hopefully.

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1987 Fiero GT built by my brother, merlot566jka, 3500 LX9 from 06 Malibu, WOT-TECH.com 1280 grind stage 3 cam, LS6 valve springs, 1227730 ECM conversion, Darrel Morse solid aluminum cradle mounts, Truleo headers modified to fit the 3500, 36# inectors, 70mm 4.3 throttle body adapted to 3500 intake, ported heads, upper and lower intakes, lightly polished, tcemotorsports.com crank trigger wheel, CenterForce dual friction clutch, Flowtech Afterburner muffler, 2.5" piping, cat deleted, EGR deleted, SinisterPerformance tuning, C6 Corvette exhaust tips. projected to be 35 MPG with a guesstimate of 250 hp to the wheels

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I moved onto the inside of the car to do the inside wiring needed to hook up the 3800SC, just need a few more things done with the wiring and it should be running this weekend.
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yea, we have all said that it SHOULD be running this weekend.

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1987 Fiero GT built by my brother, merlot566jka, 3500 LX9 from 06 Malibu, WOT-TECH.com 1280 grind stage 3 cam, LS6 valve springs, 1227730 ECM conversion, Darrel Morse solid aluminum cradle mounts, Truleo headers modified to fit the 3500, 36# inectors, 70mm 4.3 throttle body adapted to 3500 intake, ported heads, upper and lower intakes, lightly polished, tcemotorsports.com crank trigger wheel, CenterForce dual friction clutch, Flowtech Afterburner muffler, 2.5" piping, cat deleted, EGR deleted, SinisterPerformance tuning, C6 Corvette exhaust tips. projected to be 35 MPG with a guesstimate of 250 hp to the wheels

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Just waved "Goodbye" to my Indy. It has found a new and loving home.
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I finished taking off the wheels/tires for thorough cleaning and power washed the wheel wells and suspension components to get rid of a couple years of built up crud, then greased the balljoints. Then the rains came and came and put a damper on the rest of things planned.

Still need some polishing, vacuuming the inside. I then have to move the GPS system into the car and make sure I have the emergency tools, coil, ignition module etc get packed away.
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Talked my parents into giving me the 85gt next year after college, went over rebuild plans and purchases with em as well. hopefully by next august it'll have a fresh 2.8l with fierostore performance and fresh paint and brakes

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On my first ride home my fiero broke , the cradle had some rust on it so when I took the first turn the part where the A-Arm meets the cradle broke on both sides, which was my steering issue. Got the new cradle in, hope to have it finished tonight!



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Left it sitting in the garage when I went to work.... Looked so sad that I was not taking it. Maybe tomorrow if it does not rain....
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replaced my fuel filter (man that was a btch!) and broke a gt decklid vent on the drivers side some one sell me a new one! at an affordable price

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1987 Fiero GT built by my brother, merlot566jka, 3500 LX9 from 06 Malibu, WOT-TECH.com 1280 grind stage 3 cam, LS6 valve springs, 1227730 ECM conversion, Darrel Morse solid aluminum cradle mounts, Truleo headers modified to fit the 3500, 36# inectors, 70mm 4.3 throttle body adapted to 3500 intake, ported heads, upper and lower intakes, lightly polished, tcemotorsports.com crank trigger wheel, CenterForce dual friction clutch, Flowtech Afterburner muffler, 2.5" piping, cat deleted, EGR deleted, SinisterPerformance tuning, C6 Corvette exhaust tips. projected to be 35 MPG with a guesstimate of 250 hp to the wheels

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Looked at a picture of it and wished it was on the road.
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Made a set of smoke tinted covers for my flushmount headlights
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Nothing today--yesterday, drove to Gatesville, Tex, and picked up the Indy I bought a few months ago. #2 for me.

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Spending too much time reading Forum. Yesterday I worked on the console, wired up the power mirrors, and started new work on the door panel.

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I worked on the front end, cut the trunk out,
got my F1F headlights today and waited on parts
now it's Monday and I just got my widebody kit from Archie.
I cant wait to get home and play!!!!

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New seats for Anni (86 GT). Picked them up at the u-pick for $50.

New hoops for Rose T (87 T-top coupe). I bought 2 and the dealer bought 2. The last set I got from them started distorting so they pick up the cost of the two worst ones.
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My son blew the motor.......... Trying to decide on another 2.8 or go for the 3.4. Need it to be a reliable daily driver. Any suggestions? Thanks

Pat

edit - looking for info / threads on a 3.4 swap......

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Got it back from the shop today. Fuel problem fixed, and a/c working!!!

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Sorted out the sticky caliper piston on the right rear - now the handbrake sticks on...

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Dropped my car off for a re-test - last night, about 10pm I finally worked out that the external part of the handbrake cable (where it goes the equaliser/adjuster) was damaged, with the result that it stuck a) going on, so didn't go fully on, and b) coming off, so didn't come fully off. Hopefully the tester will give me an "advisory" rather than a "fail" for it.

Have just ordered a replacement, along with a set of front brake pads... more fun for this weekend.

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Topped up my cooling system and burped it...

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I finally finished the V5 A/C compressor conversion on my V6. Now my A/C puts a constant load on the engine, so the idle doesn't bounce up and down. With the HR6 compressor (which is stock on the 2.8 V6), the clutch constantly cycles on and off, causing the engine idle to bounce up and down like a metronome.

The conversion is pretty straightforward. If anybody is interested in the details, let me know.
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Started it up for the first time in at least a month... Vacation, work and time spent out of town has not lent itself to enjoying the Fiero... But it sure did sound good idling.
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I put a new distributor in yesterday, the cap and ignition module holes got stripped on the old one somehow. I took it for a nice drive today as the weather was beautiful.
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I drove from El Paso to Albuquerque and picked up my New To Me 1988 Formula. One of the nicest Formulas I have come across so I had to buy it. Will post pics later.....

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I finally finished the V5 A/C compressor conversion on my V6. Now my A/C puts a constant load on the engine, so the idle doesn't bounce up and down. With the HR6 compressor (which is stock on the 2.8 V6), the clutch constantly cycles on and off, causing the engine idle to bounce up and down like a metronome.

The conversion is pretty straightforward. If anybody is interested in the details, let me know.


Yes. Extremely interested. Knowing what was done in advance would cut the down-time a lot.
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Took Indy #2 up to the local Sonic-/juvenile delinquent hangout for ice cream tonite. We sat at a table under their awning, ate our banana splits, and watched all the local heathens "ooh and aah" over the 1st pace car they had ever seen. Wife gave me a knowing/dirty look when a young girl asked if she could sit in it. Not much to do in this sawmill town.
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Made some early morning parts runs and built up two axles for my 4.0 swap. Also, went to the 25'th show and posted a bunch of pics. Then made another parts run, cleaned the axles and put one in to verify fit. Also worked on finishing the door panel (It's not fitting).

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This happened yesterday: washed it, then took it for a quick spin and yeah, someone who knows what they're doing is going to have to set this thing's camber.
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I installed the wing on the 88 Formula. This is not the original wing. The original has a stand that the mounting screws are stripped and the stand is loose on the wing. This wing is off an 86 GT. Learned something new today. The mounting bolts are spread wider on the GT stands vs the Formula stands. The narrow screw boss is on the GT stands so I had to move the mounting screw/bolt. I think it is due to the configuration of the GT decklid vs the Notchie deck lid.

Without the wing


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I started working on my hood...
http://www.fierocountry.us/myproject1.html

large pics - 56k be forewarned....average size is 1.8mb....
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I replaced my dead O2 sensor.





I even had time to fix the broken wires on my cruise control - not that it actually made it work, but I suppose it's one less thing to sort out!




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I DROVE IT!!! First time in 5 years!!! My wife and I have 3 places we call home because of the nature of our work. We are rarely around the house with the projects Well after a few very short trips down our driveway and back (its about 100 yards long) a few of my friends and I sorted out a few bugs and I took it out for a nice long cruise! Still have a few minor adjustments to work out, and it will be my daily driver again.

For those of you who don't know this car was originally a 88 bas coupe auto, then an LT-1 getrag, then an overdrive auto older tpi 350, (added my first nitrous kit ever to that set up. hence the next approach). Removed all that and sold it to a member from up north in the states. Bough a bad (sold to me as good) 88 2.5 while planning to return to stock.

THen got a great deal on a complete swap from an 88 gt from another member/ friend and several months later...ta-da! A cruise around town!!!
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The last 2+ weeks have been nothing but work on the race car.

Accusump and remote filter installed. Final details for the Northstar. New transmission. New driver's harness. New Wilwood brakes and EBC Rotors. New front wheel bearings and seals. The list goes on and on and on. I'll try to post some pics when we get back from SORC. Hopefully the car will be running well for it.

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