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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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yep, thats the critter:-) i made one similar by cutting out a section of the middle, welding in 2 bolts sized to work with the hex shaped tensioner for a fence gate, works perfect! the pedal was all the way to the firewall when i got the car...i should have done this sooner :-)
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IT'S IN !!!!! IT'S IN !!!!!!!!!




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I've started to hook everything up again. A couple hoses to go, make a heat shield for the hydraulic clutch thingy, put the interior console back together, mount the seats, add all fluids, and rivet my side scoop panels back on...... I didn't do the oil cooler yet. I figure to get everything going and then add the goodies

YYYYYYEEEEEEAAAAAAAHHHHHHH baby!!!!!!!!!!! been a long time.
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Thanks Tony... A couple more days I hope....
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Starting to look nice again Derek....can't wait to see it in person....hopefully we can all get together again before Westfest....keep up the good work buddy.

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added a bosch HO2 sensor. now i go into closed loop quicker. yay less fuel consumption when waiting to go closed!

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If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem
Fiero's are people too. We pay just as much attention to them, if not more than our loved ones
screw paying those bastards. im not going to become rich by paying for things.....

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Bleed clutch today - 22 year old fluid had a few bubbles and wasn't very clean. Went with Valvoline Syn 4. After all the horror threads on how hard it is to do I was a little hesitant, but it went fine. Combination of push clutch/open:close bleeder and then went to gravity bleed. Works like new now.

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definitely no pics of today's work. now that the motor is running again we've started back on the body work, pulled the hood again and did some more finishing work trying to get it ready for paint. skim coated the roof to get rid of the flaws and pulled the fenders. Getting them ready for paint and doing the antenna delete on the other side. It'll look nice when its done but tonight, I'm really glad we have a car cover:-)
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It's so close now to firing it up I'm kind of scared..... Here's the latest. Axcel's 8mm wires (cut to fit), riveted my side scoops on, got all fluids in, hooked up the battery and center console, raised the front in 1/4" so definitely no rubbing, double checked EVERYTHING, finished with the suspension.... Waiting on an adjustable dogbone, long rivets for the rocker panels, need to bleed the brakes and attach the E-brake (not looking forward to that one {{{{ anyone know an easy way to attach it}}}}..... need to buy some gas. Bought a couple chrome caps too.





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In this pic below I grabbed a little dump pipe for the air intake using the stock air box with no silencer.




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Are these Fieroaddiction's Wilwood's?

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The only thing I've done to my Fiero today is save it from my girlfriend! She and one of her buddies decided to take it out for a quick spin while I was at Menard's in the house car.

The keys are now back in my pocket and the GT is SAFELY parked in the driveway!!!
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Austrian --- They are Held/HT Motorsports "Wilwoods" They are really nice and stops a lot better than the stock 88... No spongy feel now either --- solid

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loaded a better bin file i got from a member on 60*v6 forums. the last one he told me had a rev limiter at 2500. ???? dont know why on that one. but the bin file i am using now allowed me to pull the car out of the garage and drive it around my apartment complex. that was nice. my fiero got to "stretch its legs" so to speak.

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If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem
Fiero's are people too. We pay just as much attention to them, if not more than our loved ones
screw paying those bastards. im not going to become rich by paying for things.....

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I added my old Unit's (Military) patches to my Corbeau seats.
Army 140th and AF 310th Squadron on driver seat

AETC and 56th Wing on passenger seat


And... I drove it.
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I simply sat in my newly acquired, and first Fiero, in the passenger seat. I had a sketch pad and pencil, and sat there for almost an hour just staring at the dash trying to come up with a design that would accommodate my 10" touch screen for the CarPC.

Preliminary ideas put the screen above the HVAC controls, and relocate the A/C vents to another location... still working on that part... The top of the touch screen will be almost the exact same height as if the 2 optional gauges were on top of the center console. It will require a custom center console, and I will go ahead and extend the dash flush from the console in front of the passenger seat to incorporate a glove box. , and I have never done anything like this, so will be a good learning process for sure!
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Well, yesterday, I replace the two remaining rubber hoses for the radiator that I did not do last fall during the engine build. All new clamps. Did a flush and fill of the coolant. Everything is nice and pretty now. Replaced the two radiator caps. Thermostat is a few months old, so not worried on that one. Oh yeah, also polished the two caps on my benchtop buffer. A little shine can't hurt. Now, I am just waiting on DIY-Stu for my shipment of outer window wipes. If they get here today, then that will be my project for tonight.

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IFLYR22 when were you with the 56th? I was at NKP in 74/75 56sow/sps
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I finished painting the roof or buffing the piss out of the rattle can job I did on the roof

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I had to have mine towed home.
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I painted it.
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I had www.replacementradios.com fix my late 90's am-fm/cd and i stuck it back into my 88GT. Volume control now works..
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85SEnochie.....Nice two tone. More pics please.
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I put gas in it yesterday!!!!!!! Primed the fuel rail. re-attached the e-brake, replaced some of the suspension bolts to my HT setup to longer ones. riveted all of the rocker panels on and finished the side scoops for good. While leaving the stock air box as the pics show above, I did take out the air cleaner and replaced it with a K&N that sits right next to the side scoop...... CAN'T WAIT TO HEAR IT SUCKING IN THE AIR. I loved my old set-up which was similar but this new way will pass smog. I also mounted my new dog-bone from Rodney.... I finish putting the interior and seats back in too.




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The list is short now ----

Bleed the brakes
wheel well covers --- after I clean them - ANYONE KNOW A GOOD WAY TO DO THIS AND WITH WHAT PRODUCT?

trunk lid and wing
remount the muffler from the cat back
mount the tires
lower the car back on the ground
pull the distributor to prime the oil pump before starting

START HER UP!!

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Ran out of gas! E means Empty...not Enough to get to the gas station!
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Not saying that you getting stranded is funny..... but funny because 1/4 tank left of gas means empty with mine...
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Replaced passenger and driver side door hinge bushings and pine. Replaced both door glasses. Replaced inner and outer dew wipes. Replaced driver side window motor. Cleaned all the window regulator tracks and relubed.
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85SEnochie.....Nice two tone. More pics please.


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Cleaned off, primed and repainted the centre engine cover on the 2M4 and re-installed it - not a great job, but much better than the peeling mess that was there when I bought it, and good enough to pass muster from 20 feet away

Swapped in one of my spare wheels on the 2M4 - I've had a slow leak for a couple of weeks - no obvious damage to the tyre, so suspect it just needs to be taken off, the rim cleaned, and put back on, same as I've had to do a couple of times before, with other wheels.

Tried to sort out the loose alternator belt on the 2M4 - gave up after half an hour (I could hear the BBQ calling, with a steak and a couple of tinnies providing harmony in the background)...

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Took it out for a drive in this 85 degree weather after bypassing the heater core after it committed suicide. It was actually running cooler than it ever has before, meaning that heater core was ever so slowly dying for a while. She still runs great and the cruise was awesome. Now I gotta order brake parts.. Any ideas on what rotors are the best for an 88? And right front caliper.. It keeps sticking and eating through pads.
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Went to a local wrecking yard and pulled off the brake fitting that directs fluid to both rear wheels and the gas door opener lever. Now I can get rid of the piece of wire that I use now.
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The "Copper Top" scored a top 20 in a show on Saturday!!!
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i got it driveable and managed to drive across the street to the car wash. sprayed it off from the winters snow and other crap. fixed the catching problem when my window goes down and did some tuning.

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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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Replaced passenger and driver side door hinge bushings and pine. .


You shouldn't pine over your new hinge bushings. The old ones really don't care.

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STARTED THE CAR!!!! 22 minute break-in period at 2000 rpm..... Idles at around 950 with no hunting.. Fixed some leaks that I had..... WE ARE A GO!

I will say that I had the timing 180° off but I anticipated it.. Easy fix. Got the car back together and it fired right up with no problems. I Timed it at 10 degrees but I think the 260 cam that's in it says other.

One problem that I did run into with the 3.4 block --- If I slightly loosened the distributor just enough so I can turn it for tuning, oil would start to come out of the top where the distributor sits on the block. There is an o-ring installed around the shaft but I added an extra one at the top to help stop the leak. I may look for a slightly bigger one still... Other than that ------- IT RUNS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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put the rear tires on,
tighten the axle nuts to 200 lbs.
lower the car,
put the deck lid on.

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I've got a video made but my flickr album only does 90 sec of it.... It's compressed to 6.6mb but I don't know where to upload it so everyone can see if they want.

Any suggestions?
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i think tinypic.com allows you to upload vids

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If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem
Fiero's are people too. We pay just as much attention to them, if not more than our loved ones
screw paying those bastards. im not going to become rich by paying for things.....

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Changed the oil. Had to buy ramps to do it. You know they make ramps out of plastic now?? Once under the car, could not believe how clean it looks underneath. I also could not get my hand on the filter, so I had to remove a heat shield from the converter. I was impressed that the many people who changed the oil before I bought the car actually put the stuff back on (or had tiny hands/ a pit to work out of). T installed new hardware on the heatshield (so THAT was the rattle on start-up!). Washed it, so of course, it is now raining....
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Okay... I got the video to work.... Sorry, It's a really slow start. We'll just call it drama. And sorry that I cut out all the action spills, fire burning on the heat shield, me getting electrocuted with 30,000 volts trying to time the engine --- What? I slipped.... Don't worry - I'm okay!

Anyway ----- Here's something for the Oscars!!

I can't figure out how to play it through Pennocks?

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Always great to see a fella accomplish his goals. I am betting that the GT was liking the "Paul Revere" at startup. A little inspirational music for the masses.
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Report this Post05-27-2009 06:56 PM Click Here to See the Profile for unboundmoClick Here to Email unboundmoSend a Private Message to unboundmoEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
I was going to mention something about Metallica "One" on the idling portion of the vid at the end.. But I'll go with the Beatles too....

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