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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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just installd the short shifter i urge u all to get one

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Fueled up and washed it, 35-degrees is warm enough for me. Between the wind and rain from yesterday I had tree crap all over the car. Installing new wipers next. Oil change Monday.

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My friend made me a new short shift with one more mod. The marked area are now longer. That makes the stroke shorter as well.
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i drove my car from jacksonville to daytona and went to the hot rod show in the speedway. i turned the ac on and it worked, dam what a day.some real nice but i did not see any fieros from any club, but lots of smoking hot rods.
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My friend made me a new short shift with one more mod. The marked area are now longer. That makes the stroke shorter as well.


by adding that does it throw ure gear placement off ?
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had to thuroughly test the short shifter i insalld last night and it works so nice
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Originally posted by 2m4dude:
by adding that does it throw ure gear placement off ?


If by placement, you mean the position of the gear numberings in the shift gate, then definitely not. The position of the part of the shifter above the pivot point doesn't change. Lengthening the part below the pivot point also doesn't change any gear positions. What it does do, is reduce the amount of effort it takes to move the shifter into, or out of, a gear. Depending on the angle of the lower shifter, and the amount of increase in the length of the lower shifter, you might end up needing slightly longer shift cables, though.

Another thing that would reduce shift effort, is a newer transmission, which has a huge shift assembly with counterweights. The counterweights help by tending to 'pull' the gear selector; once the weight moves a certain amount.
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by adding that does it throw ure gear placement off ?


Should only make the stroke shorter. Have it in the car but have not been out yet.
Feels good and I donĀ“t think there will be any problem

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Installed a Keyless entry system into my '86 SE. Not as bad of an install as I expected, and the results are pleasing!
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Swapped one of my Formula's headlight motors for another one - decided that the replacement is even worse than the original, so have ordered a rebuild kit from Rodney...

Also, have worked out that the immobiliser/alarm is what is draining my battery overnight. Grrr...
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Wrestled with motor mounts after pulling the pan. Man they are tough to line up again.
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did this mod (replaced the turn signals with driving lights with build in turn signals) just in time for NTFC's Spring Fling.

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Had a friend replace my right back lower ball joint, man its such a smoother ride now thats changed
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I sat in the house and watched the rain pour down on the Fiero.

Hopefully, the weather will be clear tomorrow afternoon.
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i got to get in my fiero with a soak'd seat damn rain lol' i had to leave my window crackd the night it rains
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Drove it from Daytona - the rain chased us all the way to SC.

Made it home, and washed the bugs off just as the clouds opened up and the rain started coming down hard.

Pulled her in the garage and dried it off... will detail it tomorrow.

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Drove it to church this morning, put on my rear Fiero Store sway bar, then drove back to church tonight for a test drive. It DEFINATELY helps the bump steer. I totally still need an alignment, though.

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Just drove it back from a weekend at Purdue, my Fiero's "maiden voyage". 250 miles without so much as a hiccup. Friday I got stuck in stop and go traffic on I-65 due to a car fire, and the Fiero didn't overheat or anything. Averaged 30mpg even on the trip.
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Installed a Keyless entry system into my '86 SE. Not as bad of an install as I expected, and the results are pleasing!


More info on that?
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(yesterday) pulled the car out of storage, changed the oil, drove it hime to wash it.

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replaced my alternator it charges so much better now but its making a cool whistling noise now kinda sounds like a supercharger
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Calculated my MPG.... currently at 14.8. That's about .5 better than before.... still no idea why it's getting such bad mileage. My dad who is a mechanic, his mechanic friend, and others have not been able to figure it out. :/

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Finally figured out how to reprogram my Viper keyless entry system to NOT lock the doors automatically when the ignition key is turned on.
Yes, I have shut the doors with the car running and windows up at least 3-4 times before finally fixing this little annoyance.
Lucky I had the spare remote and another set of keys tucked away.
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They both sat. in the rain.
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Detailed it; weather is going to be awesome tomorrow!
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Finally figured out how to reprogram my Viper keyless entry system to NOT lock the doors automatically when the ignition key is turned on.
Yes, I have shut the doors with the car running and windows up at least 3-4 times before finally fixing this little annoyance.
Lucky I had the spare remote and another set of keys tucked away.


Haha. Having the sunroof popped up, and not entirely out can be a savior for times like that.
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Calculated my MPG.... currently at 14.8. That's about .5 better than before.... still no idea why it's getting such bad mileage. My dad who is a mechanic, his mechanic friend, and others have not been able to figure it out. :/


2.8? If so, I only get about 16 around town if I drive it hard, in a pretty flat area. If you're on hills, you'll obviously get less. Though I got a lot less on my last tank... My e-brake seems to be keeping the brake on the driver side a little closed. Enough to rub metal, and create friction to waste power, but not enough to stop the car from moving, or slowing down terribly. Needless to say, she's sitting in the garage until I can pull the wheel and brakes and see what's going wrong exactly.
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Took it to Dog n Suds...


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Haha. Having the sunroof popped up, and not entirely out can be a savior for times like that.


IF I had a sunroof.....
Mine's a hardtop.
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