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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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yesterday i finally got around to putting in the poly end links i've had for some time now... i can already feel a difference... i think i'm gonna have to go poly nutz now.
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Originally posted by Finally_Mine_86_GT:

yesterday i finally got around to putting in the poly end links i've had for some time now... i can already feel a difference... i think i'm gonna have to go poly nutz now.


You should talk to a few doctors first, I dont know that polly nutzs will help you

Sand and fit, sand and fit.
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took some more pics of it and put the new egr adapter to crossover gasket on it next thing is to buy some new brake pads and put them on :/

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Work on mine some like the dash and did get it started ,then work on a C air scoop for a friend that was looking for one at the mall at one time ,I tought I would help him out

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Hooked up the new clutch master, installed the brake booster and master. Bolted the hyd lines to the frame inside the square rubber standoff . Put the clutch master banjo on the new clutch peddle. Whopieeee its about an inch above the brake peddle.
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Changed the oil. (Getting ready for Ruckus)
Put some more filler on my hood mod.
Trial fitted my new 4" wing stands from Fiero Warehouse.
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How about a picture Mike?
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I went and tinkered around with my 87 GT today. Hooked up my laptop to it and got the winaldl stuff to work. Then it ran out of gas sitting there idling before I could take it for a test drive.
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bought it. Well, at least another one.
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I drove it like I stole it and smiled but then again I do that most every day ..discreetly of course
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There`s not much to see at the moment.
All of the stuff I`m doing won`t be going on until I do my fastback swap.
I am trying to get a large compressor that will drive my HVLP gun and then paint all of my panels off of the car before replacing them.
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For a car I was planning to to part out, I've found myself doing a lot of work to it recently.

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Had a new windshield installed. Wow, it's starting to look like a car again, not a refugee from a junkyard!
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Originally posted by topher_time:

For a car I was planning to to part out, I've found myself doing a lot of work to it recently.


Is this mod as simple as it looks? I'd really like to do this one day!
Thanks Gary

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It took me 4 hours to get to that point. It's fairly simple, I just need to finish with another layer of glass on top and finish the bottom. You can do a search for Blacktree's build thread, that is where I got my inspiration.
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Well, , I should start a new thread.
"What did your Fiero do to you.... ".
I still love it.
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I bought stainless steel hose to run the fuel lines under the blower. I also picked up a couple of adapters to finish up the intercooler pump install. The pump is mounted but not connected yet. Tomorrow should be the last day of work on it and it will be up and running.
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Spray painted my wing and did a little wet sanding.
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Drove it for three days over the long weekend

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Drove the red coupe to Wal Mart. Filled it up at Phillips 66. Replaced the bad Ignition Control Module. Wife took it to work.
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Put my redone formula wheels on the front, installed my fierostore tigwleded rear suspension links with lowering springs, new struts and tops. Routed my custom exhaust (mock-up only) put in the new fuel sending unit and fuel pump and a battery relocator kit (used but from norms).
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Drove it, saw another fiero...

Starred at my Extra 10" infinity Sub....
Thinking front trunk.
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Changed the oil.. figured I'd give Royal Purple a try. Finished connecting the HE pump for the intercooler. Made and installed fuel lines, put on new supercharger belt. Topped the coolant off. Started bleeding the intercooler system.

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Installed new aluminum pedal overlays:

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Changed the oil, tried to fix the crossthreaded plug that the P.O. hackjobbed. Adjusted right rear toe by about 1.5* out. Began planning for valve cover removal so as to adjust valve lash.

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changed the Door Hinge Pins (made me a Set)

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I bought a bunch of stuff off of forum member Chris_72 including an instrument cluster,GT nose emblem and 2 V6 exhaust manifolds.

I took apart the cluster I got from him and replaced my cracked instrument panel lense and worn out light and trunk/defog switches!

The emblem will go on next year after it get painted and the manifolds i may just keep as spares or port and install them next summer.

oh.. and i also broke one of the wires connected to the tach filter....so mow my tach doesnt work...

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Been forever since I responded to this one: Drove mine to work today (I know, lame-o me did that the last time I posted in here)!

Since then, I drove it down to blackrams for a cookout (Hi Jake!), Autocrossed it, and generally ran the crap out of it.!
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Started readying it for it's long sleep in it's PJ's against the far wall in the garage. hoping I can get the 3.4 completely disassembled so the next 5 months are spent in the machine shop, chrome shop, and inspected and readying for assembly this spring.

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I drained the coolant from it. fun fun. and I rain out of "space" for the coolant to drain... so it ran all over the place. But that is what newspaper is for.
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I hooked up the tranny shift cables, and brackets. I was able to put the ball joints back on the right way. I put the tires on the car. Now she is sitting on all four tires, something that hasn't happend in two months. Soon I will be able to take her out for one last drive before winter starts.

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Drove it to work again today. I've been driving it daily for the last 3 or so weeks while I work on the BMW. I'm probably going to roll over 74000 miles tomorrow on the way to work.
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I cut the spring perch off of some struts. Finishing it up tomorrow. (making coilovers)
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degreased and painted the motor and engine bay of my lil red '88 dailey driver after MstangsBware replaced its 157K 2.5 engine for a 16K one.would of been easier with the motor out but it turned out okay.also put in a new heater core which was easier than i thought it would be.
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replaced all interior lights. replaced cap and rotor, inspected ignition componets (and for more stuff to replace)
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I looked at it for a minute.
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Added seats this afternoon. Will wire all ac switches tomorrow. Then reinstall the battery, and cross my fingers.
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degreased and painted the motor and engine bay of my lil red '88 dailey driver after MstangsBware replaced its 157K 2.5 engine for a 16K one.would of been easier with the motor out but it turned out okay.also put in a new heater core which was easier than i thought it would be.
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That is the coolest duke ive ever seen! Real slick.
Well done man!

Today I tried to fix my tach filter and broke it even more!

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Originally posted by Dougie Murder:
That is the coolest duke ive ever seen! Real slick.
Well done man!

Today I tried to fix my tach filter and broke it even more!


thanks!
after Wheels1 gets thru powdercoating my '86 gt things candy purple, i'm going to send off the air cleaner,thermostate holder,valve cover and dogbone to powdercoat red.paint's only good for so long.
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