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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Page 29 ownage - sweet!

Gettin more done. Bought a shift selector cable bracket rebuild kit from Rodney...... Got it done today. Heres some pics.
Cut off the old broken ears:

Line it up, clamp it down:

Drill the holes and bolt it together:

Fini:



Thanks Rodney for making / selling great parts!

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Nothing really interesting today. I just did some plastic welding testing on a rocker with a soldering iron.

My time was mainly used to getting ready the winter rims for the little Yaris.
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It's amazing how much you can get done once you have all the parts rounded up.

Installed the Axle Bearing Savers from Rodney today too. Was pretty easy to do. Also got the shift linkage put back together with new pins & pushings. Coming together now. If I could get off my lazy butt, I could probably have it on the road by next Saturday - lol - that aint gonna happen.
The necessary parts & tools:


Seated:

Other side:


And the shift linkage:


Gotta get that motor back together now:

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Fixed the weird problem with the power locks on my G/F's 2M4.

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Those axle support bearings require that you put the sealer on the outside of them before you press them in, that way they will seal correctly. Yours might leak if you didn't do that.
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what did i do to my fiero today or within the last week

nothing, i can't afford to do anything with it
DAM the Aussie cost of living


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Yesterday I finally put the correct wheel wells on my car. I had wheels wells from a SE bumper pad body on the car even though I had put an Aero body on it over 2 years ago. I could never find the correct wheel wells. AlanD here on the forum helped me fix that.

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I changed a cracked left exhaust manifold.
It seems the high temp wrapping kept to much heat in it.

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dynoed my car with dynolicious software ..425hp @ the crank


oops..that's 429 hp

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picked up my new 2m6 its nice on the inside just not the outside
aghh its a pos. sorry but it is
it has no motor so all i did was push it up on a trailer and get it home.
ps this is no ordinary car hauler trailer it only had .25'' of clearance on either side
and it was a pain to push the car up on it ( not low enough to the ground)
anyway my new 2m6 is gettin a new motor soon prob a 2.5 or a 3.4pushrod
2.5 because its easiest to get my elbows in there. and swap parts
3.4pushrod for horses and torque
also its a 4spd stick yeah
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Originally posted by avengador1:

Those axle support bearings require that you put the sealer on the outside of them before you press them in, that way they will seal correctly. Yours might leak if you didn't do that.


Yes sir! Got it. What you see in the pics is where it squeased out once they were seated.

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Originally posted by falcon_ca:

I changed a cracked left exhaust manifold.
It seems the high temp wrapping kept to much heat in it.



Even without the wrap, I have seen them crack there....
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I drove the 88 all over town - 90 plus miles of fun.
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I put in the new Carbon fiber headliner. No more sagging fabric!


It's in!

Little bit of a gap here.

...and here.


Overall I am quite pleased with it. It wasn't easy getting it into position, but once it was in place things went together easily.

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Started dropping the fuel tank to replace the sending unit and the fuel pump.
Sending unit is from the Fiero Store.
Pump is from the local Chevy dealer with my discount.
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Where did you get that headliner Jarhead 2m4?
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10/16. 87 GT: Oil Change, removed wheels to easily access grease fittings, power washed wheel well liners, repainted the wheel well liners, power washed, wheels and tires, transmission case, washed and waxed the car. Spilled about a quart of oil trying to put old oil into a container for disposal. Used a bag of kitty litter to absorb the oil. Swept up oil soaked kitty litter. Covered area with degreaser then powered washed floor.
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Where did you get that headliner Jarhead 2m4?


Kingdom Customs

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I did some exhaust manifold porting!





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Picked up the new engine and tranny mounts for my 2M4 - ordered from Rock Auto on Tuesday, and arrived here in the UK yesterday!

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Had a run out, took some video, and made my first (two) post(s) on YouTube...
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the planets must have aligned last nite. we got my friends 13B out successfully, and i just FINALLY got my passenger side door lock finished!1 w00t

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Replaced the fuel tank sending unit and the fuel pump.
What a pain in the A++ and the back and the neck.
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oh its not that bad. try changing your door locks.

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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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finally cleaned it out
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Got my sail panels in

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Bumped my hip on its mirror squeezing between it and my daily driver. Glared at it. Went inside out of the heat.
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Went out on another early morning run with about 100 other cars - up at 04:30! Started at 05:30, and finished by 9:00.
Some great cars out - photos and video to follow...

(would be nice to have another Fiero come out and play, one day...)

Ciao!

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Guess! Rpro can't play in this round.
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Today I dumped a car load of fiero parts in my garage including several boxes stacked with smaller parts..
Some parts look like new (like the coolant tubes) and I will replace lesser condition parts on my fiero with such items.. all the other parts will be spares to help out myself and other fiero enthousiasts around here..
Thanks Albert !
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Did a pressure teat yesterday, my pump is healthy, my injector is not. So today I am looking for an injector.
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I pulled the trailer out today.



Started up the GT, it's been at least 7 months since last run. It started on the 1st crank.



It ran as if it was parked only overnight.



I forget why I took this shot, but since I did, here it is.

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wow! how many miles are on that? like 8? very pretty man.

i finished up my ecm conversion and making the wires the correct length for my engine. and now there are issues posted in the "What Went Wrong With Your Fiero...TODAY ?"

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Dave---you didn't say you DROVE it, just started it.
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Spent the day fighting with more rusted off bolts in the ex-daily driver, now parts car ( trying to transplant the body ).

Is it bad when you can pull screws out of the frame due to the rust?

A bad day under the Fiero is still a better day then a good at work.
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Originally posted by CoolBlue87GT:

I pulled the trailer out today.
Started up the GT, it's been at least 7 months since last run. It started on the 1st crank.





Don't get me wrong, that is *beautiful*.. But if you never drive it, what's the point? I never have seen the point in storing something like that and just looking at it.
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Don't get me wrong, that is *beautiful*.. But if you never drive it, what's the point? I never have seen the point in storing something like that and just looking at it.


Nah man... it's all messed up. He pulled the masking tape off that was left on by one of the workers.... So you wouldn't want it because that's missing.

Oh and he does drive it. I've seen it actually move under it's own power.
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CoolBlue87GT drives his car all the time. In fact I believe he now has 1736 +/- miles on it.
I actually saw him drive it at Daytona AND Punta Gorda once. ( and only once)
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This weekend we got a lot of work done on the car. Here is the list.

-Replaced e-brake handle with a NOS one.
-Replaced Heater Core (again)
-Installed Custom Rear Sway Bar
-Installed MSD Cap and Rotor
-Installed STI Plug Wires
-Installed Custom Intake with K&N Filter
-Installed Under Drive Pulley
-Installed Hypertech Performance Chip
-Installed Hypertech Low Temp Thermostat
-Installed RD Solid Cradle Bushings (at least the rear)
-Installed More Dynamat
-Removed Alternator to installed the more powerful Fiero Store one, but the bolt broke so it will be next weekend until we get the alternator back on.

Hard at work!
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Don't worry the car was supported by jack stands the cinderblocks were only to load the suspension for the sway bar.
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Still need to be cleaned after paint.
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Rear sway bar.
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Burning out the cradle bushings in the car, boy was that ever stressful!!!
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