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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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received and installed a short shifter from sardonyx247
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Replaced the harmonic balancer in my Dad's relatively warm/dry/lighted garage in Tulsa (a couple days ago). Doing any work outside in my apartment parking lot sucks right now with the crappy weather and the sun going down before I'm done with classwork

I picked up new plugs and wires today to try to get rid of some arcing off my plug wires to the head.
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Received my DIY Stu dew wipes on Tuesday, got the first one on my 88 coupe today. Will tackle the other side on Friday.
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Ordered a new EGR solenoid.
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Started installing my direct bolt-on lambo doors from Jesse's Customs



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this was wednesday...pulled my fuel injectors to get the correct part number off of them to see what injectors i had. they were 2800sc II injectors. with seals in very bad shape. ill be sending them into www.fuelinjectorconnection.com
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Took it to Daytona International Speedway for the Turkey Run. :]

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Changed the oil in the newest member of the fleet.
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Started clearing out all the parts I've got in storage. Amazing how much crap I've accumulated in a few years.... filled up my 2 car garage and the shed out back. Still have 2 more storage units to clear out.... and I got my 84 running again! 4 fuel pumps later
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Added a Hurst T-Handle on my short shifter. Tomorrow try to get my tach installed.
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I blew the cobwebs out just before being tucked in to bed for the winter. Boy do I love the smell of race gas on a cool fall day. Well, maybe the smell of race gas is good on any day.





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Finally finished installing my Allante intake.

Started right up. Didn't have any fluid leaks or anything else ugly.

The throttle response is amazing, and I haven't even driven it yet.
The exhaust note is... different. Possibly because I've got a brand new set of injectors. Probably is hitting on all eight.

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the 86 got a brand new aluminum radiator and fan motor.

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got a mesuring tape out to see if a big block will fit
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Today I found it on a ebay mousepad:
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Removed the passenger side interior. All of it. Damn leak. By the way, THIS IS MY 1000th POST!!!
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Fixed oil leak in "Project Mayhem" and then rewired trunk blower fan to be on whenever key is in run position. Hopefully I won't have to worry too much about burning through ignition modules now that it will have plenty of cooling all the time. OH, and found a big staple through the sidewall of one of the rear tires, so, now it's flat and useless... And I was so close to driving my free se.
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Replaced the steering rack on Sharon's GT
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Re-installed my completely cleaned interior and decided to shorten the shifter 1.5"...What a difference!! And limo tint the back window....

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Purchase a Cardon remanufactured distributor from Auto Zone. Put together complete ignition system box to carry with me. Distributor, which contained a new modual, a rotor, distributor cap with wires.
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wired up the battery cutoff switch and POS terminal jumpstart point. got my red 4ga cable from some autozone brand jumper cables. 24 bux. they had 2ga on sale for 34. was 44. 20ft cables of 2ga for 34 bux? not bad.
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Installed my recently acquired cold air set-up from a forum member here...Gave it a bit more spunk....For a 2.8, that is....Mike

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been working on my 90mm Hella metal brackets for the low pro look. Just finished and they are almost ready for paint. Cant wait to see clearly now. I hate the frog look.
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Got FL license plates... paid $427 for the privilege! I wanted to get individualized plates but reconsidered since that would have cost even more.

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That was with registration and sales tax depending on how much you valued the car for , every thing was doubled by the mayor recently....give it some time and reapply for it and you will only pay for the plates then.
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Drove it to work skipping 3rd gear. Synchro is almost gone. Fiance's car lost a wheel bearing last night and she stole my other car so I had no choice.

Played with idle screw on the 4.9... which does nothing. Also annoyed that I have to pick a new thermostat for it today. Happy it is only $3. Replacing that today also.
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No sales tax here since it has been my car for 15 years. But the "initial registration" alone is $225! Add to that $87 for reg. tax plus the plate and fees...

 
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That was with registration and sales tax depending on how much you valued the car for , every thing was doubled by the mayor recently....give it some time and reapply for it and you will only pay for the plates then.


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Replaced the EGR solenoid, and what a difference in the way the car runs and performs now! No more bouncy tach, and acceleration seems to have improved significantly.

Of course, the rubber air hose broke off from the metal line on the firewall, so a 15 minute job took an hour when I had to learn how to drive my dad's truck to go get a new rubber hose.

I wonder, however, if this hose has been my code 32 problem the whole time.

Now it needs a bath again; we get maybe half an inch of snow and the county dumps enough salt on the roads that you'd think we had a blizzard.

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Got FL license plates... paid $427 for the privilege! I wanted to get individualized plates but reconsidered since that would have cost even more.



how much more were the custom plates yellow ?

Going to be doing this in a couple weeks.
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how much more were the custom plates yellow ?


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Installed a new H2O pump in my 88 Formula. I was worried that it was a front freeze plug but once I got the belt and pulley off I could see it dripping from the weep hole.Everything went well except for the 2 small bolts on the bottom of the pump. Thery were a PITA to get out and back in. My big ol mits just do not fit in there too well. Took me about 3 hours total and that includes a couple rips to the parts house and a break for lunch. Just another great day of Fiero ownership!

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Found a getrag 5 speed trans. in texas
Now all I have to do is pay for it and think how can i get it to Sydney Australia
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Took the "summer" wheels off and put the stock wheels (winter storage) on for the winter slumber. Tucked the car into the garage, hooked up the trickle charger, and covered her up for the winter. I'm sad.
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Just watched it sit there with only 79 actual miles on it since 1987.
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I drove it to work, and then filled it up before going home. Tomorrow it's bath time.
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Drove it in the first snow of December. Did donuts in an empty parking lot. =D
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Cleaned garage and found my car under layers of junk. Dusted most of it off and sat in it. I miss driving it.

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Washed and covered it. Snow's coming.
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