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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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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!



05:15 - Alarm goes off
05:30 - In the car and programming the GPS for the meeting point
06:00 - Head off for the start, having met up the usual crowd
06:15 - Arrive at the start
06:30 - Hit the road!
08:00 - Stop for fuel and food - one driver manages to lock himself out of his Ford Escort RS Cosworth, with the engine running (last seen phoning his wife and asking her, nicely, to bring his spare set of keys...
08:30 - Lose half the runners at a roundabout - traffic starting to build up now
09:15 - Witness an able demonstration of trailing-throttle oversteer by a Porsche 911 996 C2 - a few of us wait around until the recovery wagon arrives
10:45 - Get stuck in traffic - it's a beautiful day, and everyone is out on the roads
12:00 - Get to the finish, two hours late, with most of the others already gone home.
14:00 - Get home, have lunch, chill...

Another good day out - next one should be a good one, with about 100 cars - would be nice to see another Fiero out on one of these...

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Did some assembly

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sold it...
I literaly shed a few tears... i had finaly got the DOHC running and even got to take it for a couple drives....


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Made these:

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Made these:





Those are sweet!! Good Job!!

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Those lights are looking GOOD!

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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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Made these:



I was planning on making these too. Although I can't find any of the plastic "wand" things that are hexagonal instead of star shaped.

Looks good!
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Had a 9 hr overnight bus ride to collect my new '84 Fiero, followed by a 450 mile return journey.

The car is in pretty good condition for having sat on a driveway for about 4 years. The brakes will need some work, and the paint looks like it was polished with steel wool, but the power locks and power windows work, the sunroof doesn't leak, the exhaust won't need replacing for a while, and the tyres, although a cheap brand, have plenty of tread. It did, however, feel like it could do with an alignment, and a service.

The car has been in the United Kingdom for about 6 years, and was previously registered in the Netherlands.

Ciao!

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Jacked up the 88, removed the alternator, had it checked out - its junk - replaced with new reman. I wonder how long this one will last? I guess you get what you pay for. While I was out, I ran across this:

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That looks pretty sweet! Got any more photos?
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Finally got a harmonic balancer to replace the one which had “spun” on my GT. Here’s a picture of what I saw after I took the crank pulley off. Notice where the main timing mark and keyway are.




Now compare the relationship of the timing mark and keyway with this image of a good balancer.




Had a heck of a time finding a long enough metric bolt at various hardware stores to use to pull the replacement harmonic balancer back on!

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That looks pretty sweet! Got any more photos?


Check here: For more pics

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/072881.html
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im about to go out and turn mine around in its parking spot and put the headlights down. just so the apartments thing i drove it so they dont f**k with it putting those damn orange stickers on it). pushing it by hand. oh joy!

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Ordered the strut tops (hats) for my adjustable coilover project.
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Just need to vent.

Does anyone know who the GM designer was that designed the heat shield for the alternator on an 88 Formula? I just spent the better part of the evening trying to get this sorry no good piece of S^&(* back on after an alternator swap. Needless to say the 2 hours I spent the other day getting it off. If I could find out who the wise guy was that designed this, I'd drive this car through his living room while he was sleeping on the couch. Grrrrrrrr......

Ok, I feel better now - sorry for the aggresion.

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Oh yeah, also.... I installed the new alternator the other day but did not have time to finish till this evening. Got everything put together, started the car and belt squeal. So I jack it up, climb back under, loosen the adjuster bolt, tighten the belt, tighten the bolt, let the car down, start the car, belt squeal. Start over. Find that the adjuster bolt boss in the new alternator is stripped. Ok, get a longer bolt with a nut, adjust again, let the car down, tada - works great..... Man what a PITA this has been. I can change the alternator on my 70 Monte Carlo in 5 minutes start to finish. This Fiero kicked my butt..... Done this half a dozen time on an 86. For some reason this one decided to fight me every step of the way. Next time I'll just pull the motor....LOL

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I am building a body Kit from scratch

If you want to see the entire thread go here: http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/072738.html

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Took my new '84 around to my local garage and put it up on the lift so I could look it over from underneath. A few little issues, but an awful lot better than I expected!

Tried trouble-shooting my headlights, - looks like its the motors.

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Drive it!
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Took my new '84 around to my local garage and put it up on the lift so I could look it over from underneath. A few little issues, but an awful lot better than I expected!

Tried trouble-shooting my headlights, - looks like its the motors.
Ooops - double-posted...

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Drove the 88 around town for awhile the came home, cleaned the garage and put the suspension together on my 86 cradle.

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Installed an axillary power port (cigarette lighter) port for my GPS. Put it under the passenger side of the dash so it doesn't get caught in my big feet.
Now I wont get lost and I know how fast I'm going, my speedometer is about 20 miles off.
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Drove through torrential rain to my local Pontiac Owners Club meet...

5 others showed up, but only 1 other Pontiac (a Kitt-clone).

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Got all my engine gaskets yesterday so today, I decided to strat putting the new 2.8 back together. When I picked it up a few months ago it was complete but it had been sitting for awhile so I decided to take it apart to inspect and make sure it was what it was advertised to be. This motor had not been run since its rebuild and the assembly lube was still present inside. I checked the mains and rods for torque specs, made sure everything was tight and put to gether right. I did not remove the heads but I did check the head bolts for proper torque. I then got sidetracked with the trans and cradle rebuild but today, I started buttoning up the engine. The end is in sight.....Yahooo....Not just because it is almost done but because I need my garage back......lol. Some engine pics attached.




Motor as I received it - Bought an 88 Formula w60k on the clock and this engine was thrown in!


Edit to add: Just as I started putting the pan back on - pan gasket on the block - it started to rain, blow then hail. Everytime I start working on this car, the weather goes to crap.... Whats up with that?

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Gave it to my son.... Now we both have Fiero GT's...
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I spent the better part of 4 hours trying to get the tiny clip from the back of the lock cylinder (the one that holds the rod from the cylyder to the actual lock mechanism so when you turn your key it unlocks) back on it. At some point it was lost and I had to get one from the Fiero store. It was frustrating tryng to get that little bugger on in such a small tight spot. Dorections: Close, close...bugger dropped it. Repeat until you are really pissed. Walk away and come back. Try again.

Kudos to the Fiero store on this one. They sent me the clip for free and even paid the postage. I was actually surprised that a business of any sort would do that.

Also, electrical engineer friend and I sorted the pegging temp gauge out. Had to completly dissassemble the dash and re-route the wires. Didn't want to splice it so the factory wire harness integrity stays intact. Thanks to all those who went before and conquered so that those of us with less experience would have great directions! Saved loads of times and pin position/wirecolors were spot on!
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drove to town and back found a squealing from the ribbed belt just another problem to the list
oh well it drives
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Replaced the plugged-up rubber brake hose. Now all 4 brakes work again. Yahoo! Or should I say, whoa, boy!

Also replaced the bad headlight isolation relay. Headlights work too.

FYI at Murray's Auto Parts, they refer to the isolation relay as the headlight motor relay, 2 required. This is a mistake. Don't know what they call the actual headlight motor relays.
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Started my own body kit. Inspired by 1984 288 GTO.

How do I add pictures ? Anyone ......Bueller?? Bueller??


Thanks Delorean00. It's just a mock up but I should be making a mold this week. I will probably make a clamshell rear.


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I was wondering if there were any updates on this?
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Made these:





Do you have a picture of this mod a bit further back? I'm curious how noticeable the new taillamps are..
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continuing from last nite.

took apart engine bay harness and seperated wiring by sensor and side of engine to make wires to sensors the proper length.

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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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I was wondering if there were any updates on this?


Question? how the hell would this work? you would not be able to open the decklid anymore to get to the motor.
I guess you could cut the decklid down to fit???????
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Yesterday a tire went flat in the parking lot at work. Wasn't repairable (yay!) so now it has 2 new tires to match the others I got just a month or two ago.

UPS is supposed to be delivering the new camera today, so maybe I can get pics.
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Do you have a picture of this mod a bit further back? I'm curious how noticeable the new taillamps are..


I just finished tonight:



I'll have some daylight pics tomorrow. Build thread is here: http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/072448.html

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My sister put in a good trunk release switch and my new headliner came in the mail today!

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drove it finaly
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Some of the things I did today. The boost cooler was a couple of weeks ago.










Relocated coil packs


Boost cooler pics. Pump and Reservoir


Injector


More to come, well, as the money comes in anyway.


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...and my new headliner came in the mail today!



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Got the new hubs & seals in - Installed and torqued - ready for the motor now....


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