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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Repaired a wing-stand, sanded, primed and painted the rear wing on my '88.
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Repaired a wing-stand, sanded, primed and painted the rear wing on my '88.


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This week I.
Overhauled my 2.8, everying new pistons,crank,cam, you know the good stuff. Polished the valve covers and intake. intake still needs a little work
Like a dimand in a coal mine

oh and that pic was taken before the valve covers were polished.
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Chop Cut Rebuild shhhh...
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Got the AC working again on the Formula - was a bad orifice tube? Replaed with a extreme duty variable unit - seems to be working well now.

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Finished overhaul of my rear tail lights. Thanks IMSA. Not quite as nice as his but still better anyway. By the way the duplicolor clear doesn't do near as good a job as the stuff IMSA uses! Sanded some more on the car. Only have the bottom skirts left and the drivers door. Right now I'm gorilla glueing my shift surround. Been a pretty busy day. Batteries dead in the camera so I couldn't take pics of progress.

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Sad to say this is the best looking part of the car so far!

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/080998.html

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Installed Rodney's shift and select cables and checked on the UPS site when my 13" Viper/Corvette brakes will be arriving :-)

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Installed Koni shocks/struts and Eibach springs last week, then took the car for a nice long drive on Sunday. Will post pics when it's not pitch black outside.

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Did a little reshaping....
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Installed a set of red STI spark plug wires. Wow, big improvement when starting up the engine!

Oh, and again checked the UPS site to see when my big brakes are :-) Should be arriving by 6/10...

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Did a little reshaping....


Photos ? You need to start a build thread Smoooth
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undid all my work i did on page 63!

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Removed the cruise control parts from the engine bay. I can't even remember when I used it the last time, if ever. Now I have to keep my tranny clean...

And I checked on the UPS website where my big brake parts are. Alas, they're scheduled to arrive tomorrow! :-)
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Paid the paint guy! ....finally got my quarter scoops and chin spoiler on and painted.
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Changed my front brake pads and slider boots on my '88 GT.

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Washed it, and put on two coats of wax... Nice and shiny now.
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Started setting up my new engine hoist. Am going to need it tomorrow, to unload the LS4 out of my truck when I go pick it up. Also received my GTO fuel pump, and LS4/4t65eHD starter shipments. Saab 9-3 6-speed shifter arriving tomorrow, and anodized fuel rails should be here next week.

Hoping the LS4 already has the 58x reluctor and newer camshaft and sensors. Otherwise, I'll have to replace those too. I might end up getting a different cam anyway (probably the LS3 grind).
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i had my windows tinted and i put a hurst shifter in my car from R & D. it was the easyst thing i have done yet. shifts nice too. tomorow the belt tensioner, that should be fun. and oh the cloged a/c drain line too. it was 95 in florida today, lets see how much i can sweat. no a/c in garage but i have tv and a big fan.
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nothing. I cant for another 3 weeks because of the stupid doctors.
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Photos ? You need to start a build thread Smoooth


Nope, no build threads UNTIL I debut it in October in Oklahoma. Its a OKIE Fiero, so what better place.. lol I am taking pics of the whole 'reshaping' of my ideas...

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Well then just do anything you want and you'll be back to see the stupid doctor
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Getting ready to fix my flat on my car there is nothing worse than leaving work on a friday and walking to your car and seeing it has a flat tire.
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Working on prep for paint. Had some damage to the rear quarter on the DS of the fastback section that I had to epoxy back together and I need to fill in a few scratches here and there with glazing putty but otherwise the bodywork is done. Well... other than trying to fix my FUBAR front bumper but I may just ignore it for now.
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Picked up my LS4 from the freight terminal, took the manifolds off, and put it in my garage. It's a little dirty on the outside, but hopefully when I pull it apart, it's not too bad. The manifold bolts came out with ease at least.
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Got my WCF 13" big brake kit (pre-owned) and proceeded to clean and paint the components...

Also met a new Fiero driver at the workshop - and it's a girl! With a rather beat-up black 86 GT.

Pix and installation thread here: http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/109385.html

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Today, I dropped the cradle to replace a slipping clutch (and a few other things). I found out why the clutch was slipping. The transmission input shaft seal is leaking. Input shaft seals for the Getrag are apparently impossible to find. Great...
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Bought a new muffler: Flowmaster 80 crossflow. Comes in tomorrow but won't go on the car until next Friday.
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i did nothing, too dam hot. i will do the tensioner another day when it is cooler.

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I sat on the top of mine this morning...
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Started work on the LS4 teardown. http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/109387.html
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Mounted the 3800SC to the cradle!
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I washed the 88 after the 3600+ mile road trip on the Power Tour. I'm ready for a nap because I had to mow de lawn after that.
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Today I took the 2.8 out for a refresh with some unique goodies! Rather have a 3.4 but oh well.
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Today I decided to get to work on my decklid scoop. I fiberglassed, then sanded, now the bondo is on and waiting to be sanded.
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I also decided to make an ipod dock
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And one of the car, just for fun!
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Edit:sorry for the crappy quality pics, oh and did i mention im only 15?

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Finished my hidden hitch install

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Going on Vacation soon,

NOT working on my Fiero projects

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prepared the front upper control arms and caliper brackets for paint, only to find that we had run out of thinner. let's just hope they don't corrode enough to warrant another hour with the sandblaster before I get the chance to finish them.
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Gave my new formula power windows locks and mirrors only to be repaid with random newly low oil pressure, thank god the pile of crap 60 degree is getting the boot and my 87's 3800 is taking its place.
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Pulled the error code from my 88 GT...code 32, just what I had figured. Intermittant problem, something to work on next week.
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Took it down off the ramps / stands.
I had a new 2.5" exhaust system constructed for the 4.9, a few weeks ago.
The guy who did the fabrication mentioned that one of the heater hoses was now a bit close to the cat, and should be rerouted at some point.
Done.
Would have been a lot quicker, except the stomach flu interrupted.

The tuning resumes. Plan "B" is the retrofit of EGR to the Allante intake. Not my first choice, but ya' do what ya' gotta do.
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