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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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very nice. i love the hood!
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installed my 88-91 CRX CAI with a 3" to 3.5" coupler reducer to fit onto the vortec 4300 throttle body on my 3500 LX9 swap last night and put in my new $60 AC Delco DIS ICM (AC Delco part # D1998A). also put a cover under the air filter to keep it from sucking up debres and water.


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modernize your fiero with technology!
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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Installed rodney's new aluminum slave cylinder only to find out I no longer know anyone in my hometown and I don't have teflon tape/paste to make my vacuum bleeder work. FML! I might actually have to get off of my rear and go into town just for some teflon paste.

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I got a shipping quote to bring my Fiero back home... (Germany to Miami).
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I got a shipping quote to bring my Fiero back home... (Germany to Miami).


Sweeeeeeet !!!

Would love to see your car at Daytona !
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Managed to get a small video of power steering working

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fi9udZzBkk

Tyres on front are 225/40/18

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changed my oil, hit that 3 month mark. ordered a new LR caliper from the fiero store

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modernize your fiero with technology!
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Well, yesterday .... but I installed the new taillight lenses I got during the FS 15% off sale. Woohoo, no more delam, cracks, and hazing for me.


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Ran wires for battery relocation. Took a risk grounding to the frame instead of the block, but it worked ok. Just need to sort out the high idle issue.
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Originally posted by northeastfiero:
Managed to get a small video of power steering working



Power steering? Nice mod, worthy of applause.

Tony

Yesterday my 87 Gt decided to overheat during an after show cruise. I have all new accessories, and just recently flushed and filled the coolant system. This is the first time that she has needed a flatbed home. I am actually so pissed, that I am just going to leave her in the garage for a few days before I take a crack at it. A couple of the forum members have pushed me in the direction of some possible issues. So, until then, she sits.

Today a nice sized group of us tore apart AaronKoch's parts car. Pulled a ton of stuff off of what I think was an 85 notchie 6cyl. I am sure he is going to post up parts off of it. A really rust free car. Just no title, and he has an 88 that he is putting together. So, if anyone is in need of parts, keep an eye on the Mall. He should be posting up in a day or two.

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I rebuilt my Isuzu Slave Cylinder using MR2 parts...
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/077268.html
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Thought about working on it. 3 more days... http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum6/HTML/065955.html
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finalized a turn signal issue. http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/102610.html
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I changed the oil, air filter and fuel filter this weekend along with replacing the leaking valve cover gasket. Now I've found that the idler pulley is leaking coolant. I'll be fixing that this week.

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gave it a bath just before the sun went down. more work diagnosing my headlamp's not goinbg down issue and going from there on that, AND taking pics of my rad fan relay to post in my thread in tech about it running 24/7 and goin from there
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Listed it for sale, ..., 1986 GT, w/30k miles on it.
Wife says she's gonna go thru with it this time, if it sells for what she wants for it.
If she doesn't get her way, ..., I guess it may not sell, ..., again, ...


Oh well, 6 vehicles is just too many. Time to downsize the inventory!

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Lets see, did some final fiberglass work on the T-Top headliner and applied a thin backing so the fiberglass doesn't rub against the metal "H"- frame and make noise. Tomorrow I'll apply the headliner material and get the headliner installed.

I also finished installing the Pursuit alarm system and tested it. Works great. The only thing that bothers me about it is the dang thing automatically re-arms itself after about 30 seconds if I don't turn on the key in the ignition when you close the door, trunk or hood. I guess that can be a good thing.

Appling new "carpet" material to the bottom of the interior door panels to match the black carpet. Hair dryer wasn't hot enough and my wifes embossing gun was too hot to melt the glue to pull the old stuff off. Hard finding that happy medium with the embossing gun. Finished one panel tonight and I'll do the other tomorrow.

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Built an x-frame under the Ferrari F355 replica.



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Installed NGK's and a fuel filter.
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I shuffled the Fieros around in my garage so that I could park my HHR inside.
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Started to install some lights I have had lying around for a couple of years now.





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Started to install some lights I have had lying around for a couple of years now.







wow, thats a really cool, exotic look. very nice
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also, what i did: just took quite a bit more water out of the seat. when are my sunroof parts gonna come in?!?! AAARRGGGHH!!!
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Painted the gas filler door and cup. Experimenting with painting spare headlight doors I painted a week ago, sanding/polishing, and trying different compounds and waxes. They look 100 times better than the old ones.

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Finished 2 sets of V6 exhaust logs for some fellow PFF members. Sand blasted, welded and ported them, Will give them a nice heat treated VHT ceramic coating tomorrow and ship them off.







Edit to add: I forgot all about this and did not know that I had pics but last weekend, My son and I installed a new stereo system in the 88 Formula. I got all the components from Amazon. Got a 50w per channel JVC deck, 4X10 Pyle 3 way 300 watt front speakers, 4X6 Pyle 3 way 250 watt pillar speakers and a Boss 8" 600 watt sub/amp combo. What a difference! The Pyle speakers fit perfectly in the stock locations and the Boss 8" 600 watt sub/amp fits perfect behind the passenger seat - only lost about 2" of adjustment on the passenger seat. Once the sub was dialed in, the sound is incredible.

Pile of new stuff!

Out with the stock stuff!

Putting it back together!

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well yesterday, i TRIED to fix my incredibly warped console, but it turns out you cant. so i wasted quite some time, and most of my "Amazing Automotive Goop".
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Installed the big brakes on the rear. Front will need some "adjustments".

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Front is already equiped with Rodney's 1 inche lowering ball joints:



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Finished my Exhaust log project. Got them coated and boxed up for shipment.

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Took my Fiero for its first drive since I bought it nearly three years ago. Such a good feeling!
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i think i may have finally fixed the sunroof!!!!!!!!!!
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I took off the original side scoop off the driver side on my GT and installed my scoops I got about a year ago from the fiero factory now i have to paint them. I wish I new how to post pictures here. Im so computer stupid.
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Originally posted by grkboy707:

well yesterday, i TRIED to fix my incredibly warped console, but it turns out you cant. so i wasted quite some time, and most of my "Amazing Automotive Goop".


grkboy can you send me pictures of your console? I built a jig that works pretty well for the shift surround and I might be able to build one for a console. The Goop worked great for me.
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I drove mine to work, which I'm now bummed about because I have to see it sit outside in the 113 degree Arizona heat.

One nice feature of the Fiero: I put my coffee thermos in the trunk and, after a 10-minute commute, it's twice as hot as it was originally.

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I dropped the chin spoiler from the 88 so that the cracks and chips can be fixed and it can be repainted. When I installed it in early 06, I had the hood and aero nose off. The spoiler was attached to the nose prior to installation on the car. I'm hoping that the ten mounting bolts can be easily inserted in the chin spoiler for reinstallation while lying on my back.

Chin spoilers look nice, but with them so low to the ground easily damaged. It was only on two months before its first big chip.

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I replaced the earths to the block and frame

remade the join on the lives to the battery

checked with the garage when they were going to get my alternator and bracket to the machine shop to drill out the snapped bolt

swore and used most of a can of WD40 trying to get the centre cap off my crappy rims to change the rear left strut. To no avail. Will try again in the morning.

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Worked on my rear diffuser project











Just the cardboard mock up
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I drove mine 100 miles then put it away.
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4.9 swap FI harness wiring
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Worked on my rear diffuser project

Just the cardboard mock up


It's about time! I have seen your posts for months wanting someone to make a diffuser and I always wondered why you haven't made your own? Your work has always looked terrific! Definitely got skills
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