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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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I pulled the oilpan to to find the source of a knock and found a connecting rod bearing gone, chuncks of metal in the oil pump strainer
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Just curious , was it # 5 ?
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Yelled at it.
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Yelled at it.


This forum makes me laugh... good character throughout
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What? That's what I did. It was being mean. What's bad is when it yells back
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I got it out and drove the snot out of it before the snow hit, figured I would drive west untill my destination the mall or turn around if it hit before I got there. Had time to shop and got outside just as it started to flurry, headed back east on the interstae and out ran the front. It sure felt good to appease my addiction
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dropped it off at jimtune.net to have it tuned. be ready tomarrow. what kinda power do you think ill be pushing?im gona say 264 whp, and 303 tq.... lets hope its more haha

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screw paying those bastards. im not going to become rich by paying for things.....

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Walked around it and had someone else look at it. Didn't want to buy it, just look at it.
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Got the 4.9 mounted to the cradle for the XTC swap, argued with the code compliance nazis and took the V8 Coupe for a spin around the backyard. Thought about Tyler a lot today!
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picking it up after its finished being tuned. big numbers....big numbers....
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Picking up my wheels/tires that I just had balanced



See my build thread for more pictures

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I added a little more width to my driveway so I can get the Fiero in and out of the garage without moving 1 or 2 other cars.

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Old school at its best !!!!! ---- I just recently installed my "love" eq... This unit is the bomb. Sony xe-8mkII - 7 band all digital eq with sub output. .001% THD clean sound. Plus it's something to jones to...

Well,........ back in the day anyway.. It really danced

The head unit is a Sony CDX-C680.



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That's pretty nifty Derek...hopefully I get to see at our Palm Springs run...keep up the good work

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Thinking to keep it so I can drive it to Frazee in July.
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dug it out from under all the snow
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Originally posted by fierodustin_86:

I got my door panel on and now all I have left is the hood and nose to paint and install.



I REALLY like the look of your car; it is a lot like the look I am going for. Great minds....
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Strapped her down for a day of dyno tuning at my school. Spent just enough time to discover just how bad my clutch is slipping... took her back off and am now mad that I have to buy a new clutch!

What are the best? I want to hold 350 ft lbs of torque and maybe 300 HP
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Fixed the gas leak again. Wasn't really loose, but was leaking slightly through the feed line. Pulled it apart, new tape on the threads and tightened as tight as I could get it. Shouldn't be any problems. The engine is moving a fair bit under load though, so I'll be watching it closely to see if it gets pulled loose again. Gotta try to be light on the throttle. :-/
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Washed the car, under the hood and decklid.

It's cold out there.
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Cleaned the windows, some Armor-All in the interior, and a quick cleaning with spray wax on the body... Then drove it to the VA Fieros meeting. And ordered a new steering wheel this morning on eBay. New Malibu/Colbalt/etc... style with cruise and audio controls, and wrapped in black leather. Need to find a new horn button though, but should be able to install it next week when I get it.
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New serpentine belt yeaaaaa
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Getting the car ready for the Tyler gathering in July. Installed the new dew wipes and test fitted the door panels. Also ripped out the interior, put new black carpet in as well as black carpet on the rear panel behind the seats.

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went and got new battery, started cutting out old rusty bat tray got a trani cooler and trani pan and oil went to bone yard found a killer 88 that shoulnt have been scraped and got the interior out of it and sittin here droolin over my find wishing kids would go to bed so i can put the seats in the car yet tonite!!! oh ya also tried to find the leak causing my high idle found a crack in the exhaust manifold
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redid my door panels....well one

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Getting the car ready for the Tyler gathering in July. Installed the new dew wipes and test fitted the door panels. Also ripped out the interior, put new black carpet in as well as black carpet on the rear panel behind the seats.



Update that build thread!
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I replaced a worn out parking brake handle and parking brake release springs on the calipers. Now that everything functions, it's just a matter of getting it adjusted so I can pass inspection. It seems to grab "ok" on the left rear wheel, but it's not doing much at all with the right.
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I drove it, for the first time in months!! Bobby, you do amazing work man!
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The head unit is a Sony CDX-C680.





Dude, I like that shifter. Oh yeah, the stereo too.
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Washed it, then took her for a long shake down drive. Drove for almost three hours at highway, and stop and go city traffic. She's been hibernating for what seems like forever. I want to get some road time on her before driving to Daytona next month.

It was a blast. I got compliments everywhere I stopped.
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Aside from driving her today, I did a little paint modding. First up, the plastic gauge surround was cracked around one of the torx screws, and otherwise ugly. I had another I got a while back, but never put on, to replace it. I finally got around to painting it, and putting it in today.




I also wanted to experiment with painting the LS2 intake that will be going on my LS4 swap this spring. I don't have the engine and everything yet, but the intake is sitting in my garage waiting for a nice big V8 to sit on top of. Anyway, I noticed most people just paint the coil covers, except for troyboy, who seems to have had the coil covers and intake all painted chrome. I decided to go my own route with a scheme fitting for replacing the stock 2.8 in the Fiero...




It still needs a little trimming in a couple of areas where I couldn't get the masking perfect, and there are a couple of spots where the paint didn't grab well that need retouched, but it's a good start. I think it's going to look awesome once I get the LS4 swap done.

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Fabricating widetrack fender flares.


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Fabricating widetrack fender flares.



Badass.
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pulled the fiero in the garage to do a motor swap! yay. im doing a 2.8 to 2.8 swap, but the new motor is out of a beretta with coil packs. all the help you guys can give me would be great! please post on my post for any info you may have :0 thanks bob
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took mine for a ride up IN 62 (local curvy road)

and put on my new vented sail panels

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wow today got alot done made a new battery tray, rebuilt steering colum, started to take out interior to fix it up and got headlinder back ready to be recoverd here are some pics






as you can see i was busy!! i made the tray out of a old guard i got from work from one of our machines its heavy guage metal way better than the stock tray now
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I got the red sport coupe out of the shed for a little while since it was a very nice day.Straightened up my building for Fiero parts.I also painted a Fiero GT(diecast)
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Took Out Dash
Fixing Cracks And Remolding it To look less Retro! ! putting 7" inch screen in it WOOT!!

prime door panels also



Put Power locks and Put them so they were Hidin in the front of arm Rest


Paint Door panels
Still need to clear coat Them and them recover the bottoms with leather o yea painted arm rest two but no pictures.


Overall pretty productive day ..


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Lookin good! i was wonderin what kind of paint did you use on the vinyl? ive been looking around and cant seem to find any answers
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Fixed rust.

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