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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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I spent money because of it....money I didn't have on tools that nobody in their right mind should need.
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got in it to diagnose a transmission issue ive been haveing (auto) i think ill be replacing it
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I STARTED MY CAR FOR THE FIRST TIME IN MORE THAN A YEAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
WOOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOOOOOOooo


Glad to hear it is all together and running.
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I choped the top!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Got an acceptable quote for having my car painted...

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'85 SE 2M6 automatic w WS6 suspension, factory sunroof, slightly modded interior, after-market cold air induction kit, rear spoiler, component speakers instead of the 4x10s, poly bushes on the cradle, swapped the 14" Tech alloys for 15" Diamond Spokes...

Outstanding tasks - adding electric windows, locks, and mirrors (all the bits sitting around in a box, awaiting time...), as well as rear adjustable coilovers, and poly bushings all 'round.

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Went boneyard picking again today. Found a coolant overflow bottle in not too bad shape and also the infamous engine deck lid recall weatherstrip. They should clean up real nice.
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I spent money because of it....money I didn't have on tools that nobody in their right mind should need.



i tend to do that a lot...

i replaced my drivers side inner tie rod, without removing the outer sweeet.
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I replaced the motor mount and the rear tranny mount. I still have it on jack stands and I will finish the front tranny mount tomorrow morning.


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I got a couple of new ignition parts for it. Now I need to find my coil heat shield and a couple of bolts to install the parts I got.
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I entered mine in it's first car show and took first place trophy in it's class today, $5 entry fee got me a trophy, a T Shirt and an assortment of ArmorAll products.
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^^Cool^^ Post photos.

I just washed mine and ran some corners on an hour long road trip. It was fun.

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Meant to edit but accidentally quoted instead. Sorry about that.

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Yesterday got my son's running need a temp sending unit and a harmonic balancer to get the engine really going. Old blue (86 sport coupe) got a fuel pump and now I think it needs an injector, The pressure line blew out right at the bend where the hose connects, along with all the brake lines. She's holding coolant though and not leaking tranny fluid, and she sounds great when fuel is dumped down the throttle body. What can I say she's a pasture find, literally, you should have seen the grass patch she came out of, you wouldn't have believed it. Luckily the old owner took apart the interior before parking her, saved a lot of mouse problems. Oh, I put all that back together yesterday too.

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Bought my girlfriend a 2M4 - a rare one over here, as it has been converted to right-hand drive, and has a manual gearbox.



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'85 SE 2M6 automatic w WS6 suspension, factory sunroof, slightly modded interior, after-market cold air induction kit, rear spoiler, component speakers instead of the 4x10s, poly bushes on the cradle, swapped the 14" Tech alloys for 15" Diamond Spokes...

Outstanding tasks - adding electric windows, locks, and mirrors (all the bits sitting around in a box, awaiting time...), as well as rear adjustable coilovers, and poly bushings all 'round.

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I take it the indy was a no go.
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i disconecte the tranny lines and im ready to drop the 2.8 out
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I take it the indy was a no go.



Still working on that one, as well. I will probably have to sell the '84 if I get the Indy, but I couldn't turn down the opportunity, since my girlfriend has been after me to get her Fiero for a while.

An ideal solution would be to use the '84 as a parts car (the Indy has, for example, a cracked windscreen) as well as transfer the right-hand drive conversion onto my '85 2M6... All it needs is time, money, and space to work, none of which I have much of at the moment...

Still, that's what being a fan since I bought my first one in 1985 is all about!

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Outstanding tasks - adding electric windows, locks, and mirrors (all the bits sitting around in a box, awaiting time...), as well as rear adjustable coilovers, and poly bushings all 'round.

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i put on new rotors, pads, and painted caliper bridges.

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nothing effin pro signs they arnt screwin me over tomorrow my fast back is goin on it
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I took a crapload of pics for a fellow member and drove oh and broke two vacumn line when i pulled off the air cleaner asm. for the pics. other then that al is well.
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Started working on my new (ish) CD stereo and amp, took out the old tape/stereo and then discovered that the power lead that came with the CD player didn't fit it... When to the local THUMP THUMP THUMP shop but couldn't find one, so will have to wait until the weekend to get one...

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'85 SE 2M6 automatic w WS6 suspension, factory sunroof, slightly modded interior, after-market cold air induction kit, rear spoiler, component speakers instead of the 4x10s, poly bushes on the cradle, swapped the 14" Tech alloys for 15" Diamond Spokes...

Outstanding tasks - adding electric windows, locks, and mirrors (all the bits sitting around in a box, awaiting time...), as well as rear adjustable coilovers, and poly bushings all 'round.

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I looked at it as I walked past it in the garage Still waiting on some money to start the project again.
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Yeah, Robert2, I thought about buying one as well. The 'Billet Specialties' version is the one I will get, simply because I had one on my 97' Sonoma show truck. I still have the flamed cut billet rear view mirror out of it as well that will be going in my 87' GT.

It's a long sad story about my Sonoma...... RIP.
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Yeah but this one is only a plastic that clip on top of the EOM cap .
Got it for free .
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Tried to figure out how to glue the right side mirror back on--the hurricane finished blowing it off last week, but I found it in the parking lot about 100' away--unbroken. Just got back into town last night.
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I finished procrastinating and knocked out a couple of long overdue projects.

The first project was to bump forward my front turn signal lights a couple of inches then install new covers to fill the hole.


I like how they turned out. It updated the look of the front of the car and lowered my drag coefficient by .0000001.


The second project was to hardwire me extra GPS cable into my car so that only a few inches of cord comes out of the dash by the mount. It also frees up my cigarette lighter port.

Here is a photo of the dash apart with the wire coming out of the factory hole in the top of the console.



This photo shows it all put back together and fully functional. Both the radar detector and GPS will come on with the key.


I am continuing to pursue my objective to make this a no compromise vehicle. - The way it should have been from the factory.
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This photo shows it all put back together and fully functional. Both the radar detector and GPS will come on with the key.




Wow, similar to the thought I had. Very clean installation. I have been considering dumping the factory gauge pod in favor of a 16:9 touchscreen there attached to a PC. I wanted to integrate GPS, rear view camera, MP3 player, dgital representation of oil pressure and battery charging, and online diagnostics via ALDL .

Just a dream for now. Plenty of other stuff to do.

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What did I do to my Fiero today?

Got it back from the paint shop......in pieces




You can guess what I have to do tomorrow.
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Wow, similar to the thought I had. Very clean installation. I have been considering dumping the factory gauge pod in favor of a 16:9 touchscreen there attached to a PC. I wanted to integrate GPS, rear view camera, MP3 player, dgital representation of oil pressure and battery charging, and online diagnostics via ALDL .

Just a dream for now. Plenty of other stuff to do.


That would be nice. If you can pull that off I would like to see it in person. I spend half of my time in Memphis. Send me a pm when its done.
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Finally finished all motor and tranny mounts. Took the car for a drive found a great setting for some new pictures.

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I got the chassis part of the chop done now I am on to the body.


still a long way to go but it is getting there
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Put new fuel injectors in almost a dayly driver again I'm giving myself a hand hehe

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I just finished replacing the front hub assy, the flexable break hoses and the shocks. After working on it for about 1 week after work, it sure does steer and feel much better.
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Rassembled rear clip.
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Fitted my new stereo - had a heck of a time trying to decipher the chopped up wiring, though...

Checked fluids, tyre pressures and wheel nuts - I'm off on another early morning hoon!

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Working on my center console to put my gauge pot in it ...If not working out I can see it going to the garbage lol as Now it real comfy there no proplem to read my speedo and rpm .. I will see when finish ....Now you poeple don,t laugh to hard ..Its just a try lol



Edit forgot the 2 picture

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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 at the motor

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