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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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finished my stage II scoops for the painter




andddddddd..........

I finished putting my engine bay back together ---- I replaced most of the bolts/screws with either stainless steel or a grade 5 anodized which is better than grade 8 and I also replaced the gas tank cross member bolts with a 10.9 grade 5 anodized for long life and strength. All little brackets for the fuel/vacuum lines have been replaced too.

first was the gas tank... new hiflow "Holley" pump and stainless lines



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new ... well refinished the vacuum lines and cruise control area







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Pulled the drivers side carpeting and steam cleaned it. 20 years worth of dirt, yuck!
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I cleaned up my original wheels
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Replaced the shifter know with a nice billet aluminum one, got new floor mats and repainted and repaired my shifter console as well as removed the gt gauges for clean up and repair. I may leave em out as i like the look better since i will be going with pillar gauges.

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I took it to DMV for the annual inspection.

Good news: She passed emission testing with flying colors.

Bad news: She flunked for one headlight that wouldn't pop up, and for "YELLOW HEADLIGHTS"

It seems that in the great state of New Jersey, all headlights must be white. Unfortunately I have the Hella conversion headlight with the yellow tinted bulbs so they failed me. Bah Humbug!

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Spent 4.5 hours taking the front left suspension apart - only snapped one control arm bolt...

Will see how long it takes to do the other side tomorrow.

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2.5 hours to nearly strip the other side... still have the lower front control arm bolt to remove - looks like I'm going to have to shift the steering rack out of the way to get a socket on to the bolt head...
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ok i'm doing my first build ever.... none other than a 1986 FIERO GT fastback I have a dirt driveway so i've bolted 10 skid together and am going to put down 3/4 plywood to keep me out of the mud and dirt. it should be done this weekend woohoo !!!!!!
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Unboundmo........Clean! That is how you clean up an engine bay. Mine is nice, but yours, me so jealous.

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Took the rack off and managed to unbolt the last control arm bolt

Unfortunately, I still can't get the bolt out - looks like it is rusted solidly onto the metal bushing insert...

Not sure what to do next with it, so took the old bushings out of the other three control arms, wire-brushed them, painted them with Hammerite (POR15 being difficult to find here), put the new ball joints in, and cut the springs down 1 coil.

So just the last (lower) control arm to sort out...

Edited to add - bushings in to the upper arms, cut one (inside) end of the last lower arm bolt, but no clearance to get at the other end, so spent 30 mins making the bushing insert shiny with a hacksaw blade... Not happy.

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Finished repainting the wing and got 4 new shoes installed on my Formula................Ready for some driving fun now!

Pat

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spent another 7 or 8 hours in the garage working on and perfecting(correcting my mistakes) on my 7730/3500 harness. almost ready to go in the car! but am waiting for the next warm day (70+)

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Wiped down the new black paint,I think it gets dusty evryday just sitting inside
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Today i painted primer on the trany mounts for the 88 5 speed i'm putting in my 86 SE.
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Spent more money - ordered more parts - my usual Monday morning routine. Not complaining! It is just normal for me to work on the Fiero all weekend only to find by Sunday evening, I need another part! I wonder if Camaro guys have this same problem?

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Did a lot today.
1. Oilchange. 4th one in the last 2,000 miles. New engine, and being a bit anal retentive.
2. Transaxle fluid change.
3. Fixed the hose for the washer fluid.
4. Buffed out the aluminum transmission dipstick.
5. Took about 15 gallons of used oil to the recycle place.
6. Rechecked just about every nut and bolt under the car.
7. Ran DOT 5 brake fluid through the system.
8. Hooked up my parking brake that I did not finish last fall after the engine install. Put the Blue Dingy Thingy back in now that the brake is hooked up.
9. Took her for a ride.
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Finally got the major issues worked out of the new pcm on my turbo LX9 87 GT. At least it runs, for the most part. I'll take it to the dyno later next week for final tuning and baseline runs before I really start playing with the boost levels and intake/exhaust set ups. Currently using the stock 3500 intake, and stock 3400 manifolds/crossover with 350z cat and muffler. Really good sound out of this one. Thing hauls ass with only 7lbs of boost and a base tune, can't wait to do the fine tuning and see what it can really do. Hopefully I can push it to 15 lbs of boost once the miss and cylinder 2 drop out is taken care off. And I found the 85 SE needs an engine, no saving the 2.8 in this one, I'll probably do an Ecotec swap, and it'll be my daily driver. Still have a set of race cams and an itb set up off of the Cavalier demo car
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Today I final painted the 5-speed tranny parts. The tranny mounts, clutch arm, the end plate, gear selector parts and the bolts. Red of course to go with the car. using rustoleum 500degree primer and paint. kinda gets hot here in AZ

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more body work for me, I hate sanding!
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Installed my new Corvette C6 exhaust tips.
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Thanks Tony for your comment.... I got a couple more pictures to share...

got my cradle together again with new motor mounts "poly" and newly painted mount brackets. I also wire wheeled all bolts and nuts.

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Uncovered something special ---- transplantee'

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ported and polished from the engine builder



started assembling finally



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AAAWWWHHHH . Don't be jealous old guy you''ve been swell all these years.... I'm not going to give you away. You will always be apart of the family.....


oh.... bought a lot of new bolts today to finish the top end, timing cover, waterpump... I also had to paint some more of the engine hoist brackets because I forgot them the first time around.

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Fiero and I were invited over by "the girl next door" for a joint car wash... clean car, cute girl... what more can I ask for?
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New fuel filter. Still tryin to find why its stumbling on accel=[
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Installed my Rodney Dickman exhaust tips and hangers.


And last week I finally installed new sail panel emblems...

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Ordered new rear rotors, and calipers.

Found a problem with the throttle cable (see thread in Tech section). Started to pull out console to work with the throttle cable.

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Still trying to figure out what the hell is going on with my 4.9 engine....gremlins....blah!!!
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Replaced my outer door dew strips; I like driving with my window open again.
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Had a chance last night to continue some of the build... I've got the fuel rail, injectors and some of the lines in place.



For the fuel pressure gauge, I located it where the fuel pressure release valve was.. You know, the tire inflathion device on the fuel rail... WILL THIS BE AN OKAY LOCATION TO GET THE CORRECT READINGS?????
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It is called a schrader valve fine sir. And yes, it is a great spot to pull readings from. Did I mention that I hate you? Your build is too amazing!
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Originally posted by unboundmo:

Had a chance last night to continue some of the build... I've got the fuel rail, injectors and some of the lines in place.

For the fuel pressure gauge, I located it where the fuel pressure release valve was.. You know, the tire inflathion device on the fuel rail... WILL THIS BE AN OKAY LOCATION TO GET THE CORRECT READINGS?????


Will you be able to reinstal the plenum with that ne gauge ?

Nice engine BTW.

I've done a little on mine too.

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did more wiring. took my time and made sure i had all the BA12's made and ran.

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If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem
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I attempted to contact ExpertTire corporate yet again to complain of damages they've caused to my Fiero over the last few years including a broker rocker panel, smashed coolant pipe, shattered quarter window scoop, bending all of my wheels and then saying I hit potholes bad enough to bend them WITHOUT EVEN FEELING IT, and tearing a hole in my custom leather seats!. Let's see if I can get anywhere this time around....
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I installed, a new oil pan, poly dogbone busings, removed most of the insulation from the engine bay last night, installed my 3-gauge pod in the place of the Voltmeter and Oil Pressure gauges (pictures coming soon), getting ready to put my new poly cradle bushings on, going to fix the exhaust leaks (hopefully), I fixed my drivers headlight issue (the retainer clip was missing so it woulod smack down randomly), I'm also going to be using an orbital buffer on the whole body and waxing her to a glissening shine!!
that's all for today and yesterday.
stay tuned for my build thread (with pictures)

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Thanks for the answers Tony.... Heah... only some people like me I guess

I think if the plenum doesn't fit I'll use so more fittings to make the gauge reach outside a little more.... I've made some 1/2" spacers too for a little more torque and clearance for when adjustments to the fuel regulator are in need. We'll see --- Trial and error --- Hopefully Trail and success. I've got my fingers crossed...

Here's a peek of my cnc spacers that I'm going to try out.. If it doesn't work o-well - I still feel that they were a good design --- I wanted to keep them a secret though... so World,,,, shhhh! Just remember ( I had them first! )

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Falcon... Isn't it nice to put things back together when they are new or restored. Sometimes I lose track of time because of this puzzle and how I'm seeing the end resort appear before my eyes. It's like you don't want to stop but got to sleep sometimes....... but I'm definitely having a great time doing it.

Nice set up you have too. The under pulley kit that you have--- do you find that the volt light comes on at the starting of the car but once you rev it a little the light goes off..... Until you start the car again? Is that Rodney's.... I bought the same one if it is and just curious about some rumors. --- Did you notice an improvement in using them. I like the theory about less rotating mass for faster spool up and acceleration but I've heard other benefits too.

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i am finishing up my harness corrections. jjust hafta connect the grounds and trim the DIS 5 pin connector wire length and it should fire up. i just need to get some zip ties to hold some wires back...

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If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem
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screw paying those bastards. im not going to become rich by paying for things.....

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more sanding for the paintjob im doing... also washed the car.
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I did a good wash and detail, and I untangled my seat belt. Woo Hoo!

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I rebuilt My drivers side headlamp motor ,with a Rodney Dickman gear!
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