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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Well the Green Lantern got a new radio put in it along with dash kit and a new center console skeleton i had laying around. Other than that i dident do much to it today. The 87 got taken out for a drive dident want to make it feel neglected.
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Originally posted by Larryh86GT:


Installed an onboard battery charger from Harbor Freight. I was using a float charger the last 2 winters but that is a PITA with removing the battery cover/grill, connecting the clamps when you park it and the reverse when it is a good day for a drive. This will make it a lot easier.



I like that. Details please.
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I like that. Details please.


X2 harbor freight might be in for a visit sometime this week. Curly if you dont have a barbor freight near you ill pick one up for you if you like.

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X2 harbor freight might be in for a visit sometime this week. Curly if you dont have a barbor freight near you ill pick one up for you if you like.


Thanks, but I was wondering what's the difference between the one seen here and the other chargers I see on the Speed Channel. I forgot the name of it, but it no doubt works the same as the one from Harbor Freight (I guess?).

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Washed the '88, pulled it into the shop and prepped and painted the mirrors. Tomorrow I will be painting the satin parts around the sail panel "glass."
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Picked up an LS2 intake, which will be going atop an LS4, once I find one at a reasonable wear/price point. The F40-MT2 it'll be mounting to should be here in a few days.

And I've been researching to find some formulae to build some simulations with, before I start rebuilding the car, engine, and tuning it, and throwing it on a dyno. Hopefully I can work some out soon.
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Well the F40-MT2 just showed up. Now to get all those other parts for it!
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Roamed the junk yard looking for 4.9 swap parts.
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I checked the battery charger and connections while the little race car sits for the winter.
I might start it and crank the $2k stereo system this weekend.

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Went to new Ringold and scored me a Grand Am dash Z24 digital gauges and other odds and ends things.
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this past week ive been driving the fiero. untuned. idle is at 13.2-15.2 on the WB. thats acceptable. under throttle, it pegs out for rich. it cant measure any higher. its at 10.0 O_o ive got like 63 miles to this tank so far, and its at the 1/4 mark. i need to get off my ass and throttle tune it
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Set up my camera on a tripod, and took a quick video of my gas lines to see if I can tell exactly where it's leaking at. It looks like the feed line fitting might have squirrled itself a little loose. Going to re-tape the threads and tighten it up to see if it fixes the leak. Hopefully that's all it is. Then I'll be able to drive it until I can get the LS4 ready to drop in.
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Cleaned the garage and got prepped for a 4.9 swap.


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I simply did an "engine flush" and changed oil and filter.

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Got the fuel feed line tightened up... and then drove her again today. Also discovered that the shop I had fix my broken exhaust manifold bolts, and put the new manifolds on, are probably the cause. The line was probably loosened up or taken off to get to the front side of the a/c compressor. It was removed and isn't working, so it was left off. But they didn't put the necessary pieces back on for other things. There's a bracket that goes across the front of the engine, and mounts to the dogbone bracket, and where the compressor bracket mounts to the engine. There's also a metal strap/brace for what appears to be a sensor or solenoid, which mounts to the same spot. And then there's the ground strap, which is hanging loose. Grrr. And there's no way for me to see up in there to get the appropriate bolt back in (if I even knew which one was the right one).
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Finally replaced the driver's side mirror that some scrote stole a couple of weeks back.
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Fantasized that I owned one and was tinkering with it.
I bet I got more accomplished on my "Make-Believe Fiero" than any of you guys did on yours.
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Fantasized that I owned one and was tinkering with it.
I bet I got more accomplished on my "Make-Believe Fiero" than any of you guys did on yours.


I don't know about that. What all did you do to it? In that realm, my LS4/F40 is already done, as is the interior rebuild, and widebody, and corvette hubs/rims/brakes, and whatever else there was and I forgot to mention here.
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I haven't done anything to my Fiero in 7+ months. I got laid off in June of 08 (I was an engineer of an automotive supplier here in MI). I don't have the funds and I don't even look at my car (it's in storage). Too depressing. I'm not giving up though. It will probably be another 6 months to a year begore I can do anything to it (boo hoo).
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I don't know about that. What all did you do to it? In that realm, my LS4/F40 is already done, as is the interior rebuild, and widebody, and corvette hubs/rims/brakes, and whatever else there was and I forgot to mention here.


Well, I did what know one has done as of yet. I got my 3.6 DOHC w/ 6-speed and 6psi turbo running smooth in my deep blue w/ tan Mr. Mikes seats and matching suede pillars '87 choptop GT. I will post a vid on ImagineTube tomorrow night. = ) Man, I miss owning one. It would be interesting to find out where my old one is.
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LASTNIGHT: i replaced my HO2 with a new one. still got a reading of 446.42mV in tuner pro. gave in and bought another oldschool O2 sensor. gonna put it in and see what happenes. if its the same, then its my signal wire. it must be some wiring gone wrong on my HO2 conversion. well see.

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I managed to turn the rotor down a bit more, getting me closer to having a hub for the brake upgrade

I also did not throw something heavy at it when I got frustrated beyond belief trying to remove what's left of the front suspension, that has to count for something, right?
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My first what did you do to your fiero post.......

Well guys the journey begins!!! I parked an 86 fiero GT in the driveway for the first time today.... MAN AM I EXCITED!! The car is a little rough and needs some love and care but it runs real good and hauls butt real nice for a stocker... Clutch is leaking fluid and I am gonna replace the master and slave cylinders this weekend. The stick does not like to go into third gear so I gotta figure out how to fix that( four speed). The interior is nice but the headliner is DOA as is the stereo.... Took it for a nice little drive around the neighborhood and it seems pretty nice so far. I think I am gonna LOVE this car when I get the 3800 engine in it.... Oh yeah did I mention I got a series II motor and all of the assorted electronics to go in the car in the deal!! This is gonna be some serious fun.....

Anyways, I may start a build thread once I get some work done on the car...... Looking forward to meeting many of you in this grand fiero adventure!!!! peace......
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I got an estimate for repainting the top of my 87GT (clearcoat breakdown) He will repaint the top and down through the rear quarters (also some paint fade) so blending in new vs old wont be an issue. He picked up the fact of what parts had been repainted. I'll take it in next week before the humid weather hits central Florida..
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Worked on the new fiero last night and had help, my wife is kinda liking the car too it seems..... she said she tried to take it on a joyride but she could not figure out how to get it into reverse( four speed) haha so she gave up.... Anyways, last night I found a way to tighten the engine decklid without removing the engine. I took a stout ratchet strap with the metal hooks on it and attatched one end to the metal hook under the lid hinge and then hooked the other end to the top of the strut tower hole and cranked it down until I could slip the pin into the next tighter hole. Now the lid does not come cranking down on my head whenever it feels like it... I also took apart the front left headlight assembly and removed the motor and started to watch the videos on youtube about how to rebuild them..... The left one looks rebuildable but I don't know about the right one.....

I found that the fellow that used to own the car had upholstered the aluminum look dash bits and I gotta get new ones because they were all scratched and cracked under the fabric... bummer!! I cleaned out the whole front area under the hood and it is like brand new under there now. I also bought a new master and slave cylinder for the leaking clutch so I am gonna try to install them this weekend. That should be fun.. anyways, LOVE THIS CAR!!! cannot wait to get it painted and fixed up nice... ricers beware!!
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I finished the fiberglass work and now it is a lot of sanding prep for paint.
trying to get ready for Daytona.
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Hey whodini? I am in Maryville, TN just a bit north of ya.... I got my first fiero and am gonna join the East Tennessee fiero club now. Ever come up to the knoxville area? I drive down to atlanta to shoot my Field target airguns a lot.... perhaps we can meet and you can show me your fiero mods in person... peace

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Went to the Mega Pull for some 4.9 swap axles and hood scoops!

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Hey whodini? I am in Maryville, TN just a bit north of ya.... I got my first fiero and am gonna join the East Tennessee fiero club now. Ever come up to the knoxville area? I drive down to atlanta to shoot my Field target airguns a lot.... perhaps we can meet and you can show me your fiero mods in person... peace



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added a AAA Premier sticker to the back window

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i ordered the rodney dickman solid adjustable dogbone mount to put on my 3500. hope this fixes a lot of that im feeling.

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I had the distributor and coil replaced on my 88 GT. Had the shop perform a computer check to make sure all the sensors are operating as they should be. All seems to be working properly, except I'm getting more "ping" on acceleration.

I came back home and washed the car as I hit some muddy spots where the city is digging up the old road getting ready for repaving.
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added a AAA Premier sticker to the back window





I like the NO fat chicks instead....
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I GOT SPEAKERS!!!!!

The fronts are Infinity Kappa series 4629.cfp - 4x6 separates and with built in crossovers (60W RMS & 180W peak) and for the rear I now have 42.9i Kappa series which are 4" 2way rated at 50W RMS & 150W peak --- Just running off a sony headunit right now - 45W x 4 and man they sound nice! HUGE Magnets. NO Distortion --- great mid bass tone and highs.. very pleased!

Preparing for some amps in the future and a sub behind my seat

I NEED BASS NOW!

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I received collector status for my Fiero and renewed my insurance for the car as a collector car. I picked up the license plates today.

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Last night I replaced the clutch master cylinder and bent aluminum brake pedal in my Indy. Today I took it for the test drive, and now works perfectly.

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Found out I have a leaking transmission line, on top of having dirty/burnt fluid that the shop does not advise messing with. A trans rebuild is imminent, I'm a couple hundred bucks away from doing it.
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I replaced the fuel lines on my V6. The Fiero Store stainless braided lines are pretty sweet.
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