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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Finally got it all one color, and put back together.







Rob
(now I need to change my sig pic)

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I like that green. Don't know why, but I think it looks real good.

All I did with mine today is move it. From my driveway to my buddies back yard waiting on a new clutch and rear main engine seal...


Edit for page 58 ownage! My first, but definitely not my last! Alright, giggity giggity.
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Put my over the roof scoops on one of the Indys. Going to have to do it a little different--they rub the roofline.
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Bought a new radiator for my 86GT from the local GM dealer. Now, I just have to wait for good weather to put it in.
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i drove it to starbucks last night. my wideband shows its running rich now. better than lean. it loves that 33* late night air. mean midrange. starbucks didnt have any cupholder trays, so i had to one hand steer it through the parking lot and throught my apartments. that was tough. im going to have to switch which hand now so i can steer like that again O_o

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Washed the car finally after a year in the garage. All tweaks worked out and it's running great... 568 miles on the new engine now. Oil change is tonight!

A couple days ago I added a air/fuel ratio gauge and I definitely recommend one if you have a adjustable fuel regulator. It makes quite a difference in your tuning. Just though I'd say




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Washed the car finally after a year in the garage. All tweaks worked out and it's running great... 568 miles on the new engine now. Oil change is tonight!






Wow, wow, and wow !

Totally bad**s, great job !!
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Yea! Unboundmo, you have done a wicked job on that car. The only thing that I really don't like............is that it is not in my garage. Glad to hear that she is running good. And I am like you, got to keep changing that oil in the new engine. Investment insurance.

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drove my fiero again last night, got a code look in the relating thread if you want to know what the problem was..

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Got the AC (converted to R134a) working for the first time in years (didn't need it in Germany, definitely need it in Miami) and had a new rear drivers side brake caliper installed.

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Got the Formula back up and running after being down for two weeks. Finally the '86 GT gets a little break Hopefully the Formula can pull daily duty for a few weeks while the GT sleeps.
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Took the old clutch slave cylinder off. Painted the new one to keep it from rusting. Will install and bleed it tomorrow after work.

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Worked on my V8 Coupe interior project:

Stripped the old covering off the shell:

All three pieces ready for Glass:

Cut out the inner glove box:

Filling in for the Sub Mount:

A little Glass reinforcement:

And finished up the headliner:


That's actually the last 2 days....
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Added HT motorsports Wilwood pads and drilled/slotted rotors.





(old rotors weren't very visible, Daytona 2008)

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Originally posted by unboundmo:

Washed the car finally after a year in the garage. All tweaks worked out and it's running great... 568 miles on the new engine now. Oil change is tonight!

A couple days ago I added a air/fuel ratio gauge and I definitely recommend one if you have a adjustable fuel regulator. It makes quite a difference in your tuning. Just though I'd say







What new engine do you have? Stock or swap? Very nice!

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I went out to drive my 88GT and it would crank but no start..no tach movement...Hmmm ignition modual? I pulled the modual, the coil heat shield was in the way, so I decided to remove the heat shiel and a 7mm socket fell into the engine bay.I try to figure out where my metric driver set is, search the garage, and finally find the set under the hood of my 87 GT (Now why did I put them there??). Turned out I didn't need a 7mm socket in the first place as the heat shield was hels down by the coil mounting screws. So I removed the coil to get at the heat shield to locate the 7mm socket and pull that out...finally, every thing off, pulled the modual and took it to Auto Zone to have it tested. The clerk, an older woman, had never heard of a Fiero, and with another clerks help tested the modual and it tested out fine.

So I go back to my garage, and since the heat shield was off, I wire brushed the corrosion off the shield and use some metal polish to clean it. I start reinstalling the shield and coil , then drop one of the coil "screws" onto the block, into a nearly inaccessable spot but with some hemostats, I could reach down and grab at the screw. Getting dark out, locate a flash light, so I can see where the screw is, then get a magnetic probe to reposition the screw so I can pull it out and re position it into its hole and tighten it (BTW it was a 13mm hex head). Finally get everything back together, Turn the key, the car fires right up. How to spend a half a day and not know what happened, but the car started.
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Last week I flushed the brake fluid in my 88 V8 coupe, today I did the same in my 86 GT. Brake fluid looked like 3 day old 7-11 coffee mixed with molasses. Now waiting on oil pressure sender and DIY Stu dew wipes to come, and then it's back to action again. I swear I have more fun working on them than driving them.
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Took the old clutch slave cylinder off. Painted the new one to keep it from rusting. Will install and bleed it tomorrow after work.


Installed the clutch slave. Went to the shelf where I keep oil, steering fluid, brake fluid, etc, and dangit, no brake fluid! Off to the parts store for some. Got back, and bled the system. I HATE bleeding the clutch hyd system, but got it all done; thanks to my vacuum bleeder. Cleaned up, took her out for a quick test drive and done!

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Drove my 88 GT to work like I do every day. Tonight i'll fill it up, and then it has this weekend off.
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Pushed the 84 outside till I can find some time to replace the fuel pump. Sent the silver GT to the crusher, not my choice sold the red GT for parts to the shop it's been sitting at for the last few months. My day went great
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installed my VDO Vision Series Oil Pressure and Volts gauges.

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What new engine do you have? Stock or swap? Very nice!

Greg


It's a 3.4L PR .030 over with Ross forged pistons, ARI forged rods, chrome moly push rods, Crane's 1.6 rockers, 260 Comp cam, original 3.4 crank but everything has been balanced, It has a combo of the fiero stores air intake (not shown in the picture) but then attached is an additional tube to reach outside the engine bay in the side scoop for "cold" air, 255 fuel pump with Holly adjustable fuel regulator, 17# injectors. I added a B&M oil cooler from a sandwich/oil filter adapter and it reaches to the other scoop side. --- I'd like to turbo the engine in the future so I planned for boost in the build and all areas have been ported and polished.



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Tried to troubleshoot another problem...I miss my car
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After I replaced the fuel pump (crapped out when the car sat for two years) I took the car for a short ride. Now the driver's side front brake pad is contacting the rotor. Here we go for two new front caliphers unless I get lucky.
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Drove her to work. I really missed driving her, and even took her for a little joy ride (detour) on the way home.
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Replaced the oil pressure sending unit on my 86 GT. Gauge no longer shakes at idle...woohoo! I ordered the sender from The Fiero Store, and as usual, it was HERE in two days. Those guys are amazing.
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installed the VDO 0-100 psi oil pressure sending unit. that was fun
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Put in new Sony Xplod speakers in the rear. Sound great btw. Ripped out the air intake system and made a new cold air intake. Filter hooks right to the exterior vent. At idle it sounds as if i'm gonna suck the rest of the world into it. But driving the sound is awesome. Tomorrow maybe install my 5" tach i have laying around.
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I did speakers today too, kicker 4x10's in the dash, got a pair of Polk 4x6's to go in the rear. Original speakers were still in there, the foam surround was gone, and one of them started burning up last week.
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worked on a minor oil leak will know if it worked within a day or two, and pulled out my oem subwoofer speaker cleaned it up and I'm now waiting on a new surround to make the speaker like new again. A fraction of the cost of buying a new one. Pictures to come by the end of this upcoming week or sooner.

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a few days after purchasing this kit to fix my sub I found brand new oem subwoofer speakers and I'm now offering them in the Mall.

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Finally cut the lid to my 88 Formula Interior console build

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/F...1/HTML/078329-3.html
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That is an absolutely beautiful engine! Can you come over to my house and do mine? I have cookies.

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Finally drove my 88 GT a few miles to a restaurant. It started and ran well. I got some gas last time was a month ago after a drive back from Daytona (90) miles. It took 4.8 gallons. Gas mileage is way down. I had been getting nearly 30 mpg on the road... It looks like I need to do some more checking.
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mmmm.. chocolate chip?
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Finally drove my 88 GT a few miles to a restaurant. It started and ran well. I got some gas last time was a month ago after a drive back from Daytona (90) miles. It took 4.8 gallons. Gas mileage is way down. I had been getting nearly 30 mpg on the road... It looks like I need to do some more checking.


maybe is the wind direction and force. and air temp playes a lot into mpg. colder air is thicker. ive become quite picky on gas milage since i got my aveo. ive noticed when its those mentioned conditions, my mpg suck.

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In 24 hours from the 21st to the 22nd we completely rebuilt Tyler Shipman's 1986 GT...
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Pulled the codes..42.. May have something to do since I just cleaned and put in the ignition modual. I discovered I had left one of the overhead lights on so battery was drained. So I disconnected the battery to clear codes and now have the battery on a charger.

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In 24 hours from the 21st to the 22nd we completely rebuilt Tyler Shipman's 1986 GT...


Good Job.
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mmmm.. chocolate chip?


Anything you want! Even Snickerdoodles!
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