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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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I put in a new back window. It was lots-o-fun.
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Report this Post08-30-2007 12:46 AM Click Here to See the Profile for TinaClick Here to Email TinaSend a Private Message to TinaEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Do I feel like a slacker after reading thru the last pages.

Well , I did take the headers out this evening. Removed the Sill plates. Oh and the spark plugs, they went too.

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tuned the stereo, both amps, equalizer and pissed off the neighborhood and tommorow should be a new exhaust that I am getting for a stereo install!!!! which cost me NOTHING!
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Stared at it smacking my head saying "What did I get myself into?" Have literally hundreds more hours of work ahead!
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i kissed it good night, sleep tight, don't let the crickets bite...
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I let it just sit in the driveway 'cause I'm POed at the darn thing. Clutch won't release, and I'm just plain sick of working on it for now.
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I frowned at it as I walked by to do other more important "HomeOwner" things.
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I added another 50 miles on the daily driver GT, bringing it that much closer to its eventual demise.
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Drove my black coupe in the avatar to work & back. It was raining when I came home for lunch, so I parked in the garage instead of the driveway. Usually I park in the driveway during lunch and park it in the garage after work.

[This message has been edited by 30+mpg (edited 08-30-2007).]

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Today I packed the car (non fiero) for a trip 125 miles to where #3 is. I will spend a total about 20 hours on friday and saturday working on the 4.9 instal and suspension upgrades.

Sunday I will borrow my dads truck and trailer and drive back the 125 miles to pick up number one, load it onto the trailer and take it to another destination to replace the fuel pump. Then drive back the 125 miles to drop off the trailer. Then drive home 125 miles.

Still ignoring #2 and now #4.

Monday, I'm sitting on my ass and doing nothing fiero or other related. Happy Labor day weekend everyone!!!

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Watched from webcam my cat rubbing his face on my antenna from 2000 miles away. :-) soon it will be in cali as soon as i find a place to put it.
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Report this Post08-30-2007 09:36 PM Click Here to See the Profile for josef644Click Here to Email josef644Send a Private Message to josef644Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Painted my rear calipers, cleaned my wheels and had them balance. Put the fronts back on the car. I will finish the rear brakes tomorrow morning. Watched the 7 parts of how to rebuild a headlight motor by Buddycraigg. I recommend this to all with a headlight problem. I will crank-um up by hand no more, I fear no evil.
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I replaced the radiator fan relay... again. The only fan relays available are cheap crap made in China. They usually last around 6 months.
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Report this Post08-30-2007 10:24 PM Click Here to See the Profile for cliffwClick Here to Email cliffwSend a Private Message to cliffwEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
I did not do a damn thing.
Where are my keys, .
Be right back, , maybe.
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tightened axle nut drove much better!!!

on my way out to replace a speaker and an ign coil.
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Walked past it as I was walking through the garage to take out the trash..... Man i need more time in the day so I could work on my car...rrrrrrr.
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Placed it on jackstands to prep it for the intercooler mod...

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I drove mine to work!

I replaced the starter the day before yesterday.
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Installed one rear Caliper, then had to work for a while. Now its to hot to be in the garage.

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Drove from Karlsruhe back to Switzerland and took it to 170km/h one time. Later the Autobahn was just to full to start safely another try. Was driving stable and the gas consumption for this old car is really outstanding in a positive way I think!!!

btw. I did a fill up in Germany, the price was approx. $7.05 per gallon (ouch)
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I lit it on fire... just wanted to see if it would really burn....
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I dont have one yet. lol

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Drove my black coupe in the avatar to work & back. Wife drove the red 87 project coupe to work & back.
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I bought a solar battery charger to maintain the battery while it sits for a month at a time between events
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Drove it to run some errands.. I love this car when it works.

Although I did have to park it a bit further than I wanted to, as I don't trust parking it on steep hills, having no e-brake and stuff. At least I'm getting some exercise, since I didn't go to the gym today..
Also I'm sure leaving it in reverse/or gear isn't good for the tranny on a hill.

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Pulled the blower and started porting the LIM... not a fun task.
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I checked the air pressure in the tires.
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Washed it, waxed it, went for a ride and a guy walked by and said "nice car!"
I smiled at my wife and said "what did he say"?
One of the rare times I heard some one.
{she calls it selective}
Hmmmmmmmmmm. he was carrying a small brown paper bag.
But he wasn't weaving.
It REALLY did look nice though.
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Thought about what im going to do with my motor and took pics of parts im trading for other parts. Not to productive.
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Originally posted by crytical point:

tuned the stereo, both amps, equalizer and pissed off the neighborhood and tommorow should be a new exhaust that I am getting for a stereo install!!!! which cost me NOTHING!


Jealous... I really need a new stereo, or at least working speakers. My rears sound awful, and I'm sure the fronts are not far behind..

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1) Washed it
2) Confirmed the order for the big brake swap parts with V8Archie so I can pick up the parts when we're in the US in 3 weeks.
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Finished porting LIM, swapped the snout out for a snout with the ZZPerformance MPS and a 3.4 pulley. Finished installing the intercooler, put the blower back on, stood back and enjoyed the fruits of my labor.
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right now im about to go clean the throttle body and take off the rear tail lights and clean those puppys up a bit, their filled with dust
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I finished my interior with Mr. Mike Seats, repainted all interior dash & trim parts, new carpet....AND drove my baby 200 miles cruising at an average 85mph to Fort Wayne Indiana, handed over my keys to Ryan at Sinister Performance (http://www.gmtuners.com/) after parking it next to my 2005 5.3L LS4 engine with newly ported heads and 2006 4T65e rebuilt tranny from (http://www.tripleedgeperformance.com/Transmission.php)!

Now I have to figure out what to do with my 2.8L V6 and low miles rebuilt Getrag 5sp!!
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Waxed and detailed! Car show tomorrow
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Welded up the new stainless steel exhaust manifolds I built for my Northstar swap, and bolted 'em on.
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I installed the cradle for engine number 4 as I want to race in Daytona at the end of September. Hopefully it will come to life tomorrow. Still lots to do before race day.


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Replaced the stock rockers with ZZP 1.9 rockers, and replaced the Gen 3 LIM with a Gen V LIM

Still need to

Replace Temp Sensor that I broke when removnig LIM
Install intercooler
Install Gen V Blower
Install Front Heat Exchanger
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I'm watching it rain, wishing I could go outside and finish working on my clutch.
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i repaired the passengerside headlightmotor 3rd time in 10 years again with hot glue instead of the expensive deldrins
and my batmobile got new batterycables and groundconnections
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I drove my coupe to the club meeting, yesterday.

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