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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
Started on: 08-27-2007 12:27 PM
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On Saturday I went and did it again! For the second time in my life I installed one of those heavy a$$, carbed (gas $ucking), tranny breakin, loud, sbc V-8's. And I can't wait to get her started up.So if I add all this up I'm the proud owner of 16 cylinders, 32 valves, duel carbs,and 8 forward gears. Life is good.
Have a Great Day
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took my new 88 on a photoshoot. took about 2 hours, heres just a few pics... Its extremly clean





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and this morning I installed my new gauge overlays(sorry about the quality, blue doesn't photograph well)




Where did you get these gauges from?
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I washed off the water spots from yesterdays t-storm.
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Report this Post11-02-2007 01:20 PM Click Here to See the Profile for FieromaniacClick Here to visit Fieromaniac's HomePageSend a Private Message to FieromaniacEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
changed :
- Oil
- Oilfilter
- Ignition cables
- plugs
- MAT sensor
- thermostat
- PCV Valve

checked
- Coolant quality
- brakefluid quality (Water)
- brake pads
- vacuum lines

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Taking on the manafold gasket leak today. A little fearfull hehe

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i cleaned out the leaves and debris packed around the heater cores and fan of 3 of my fiero's. 3 more to go.it looked like the '86 gt caught fire at one time as there was alot of blackend leaves but failed to burn the fiero up.musta happened to a previous owner.
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I dug out an extra pair of lower front control arms and had new ball joints pressed into them. My weekend project is replacing the control arms, front springs and front shocks.
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Oil and filter change today.

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I worked on the new engine









Cant wait!
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I replaced the air intake temp sensor. ITS or ATS. 2.8 86 SE
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I sat around the garage with a six pack and kept thinking of all the things I needed to do to my car. GRRRRR

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Added a couple of layers of clearcoat to the former black wing which had been sanded, painted, wet sanded, painted wet sanded, clearcoat wet sanded.

Future:
One more round of wet sanding planned and another clearcoat then "buffed" to a final shine.

Then I'll need to remove the old wing from my 88 and install this one.
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Hypertech Thermomaster
Rodney Dickman cold air intake
Rodney Dickman deck strut
Konis front and rear
West Coast Fieros 1.5" lowering, 400 lbs springs front
West Coast Fieros 400 lbs coilovers, rear
Prothane polyurethane bushings front and rear

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Report this Post11-04-2007 04:04 PM Click Here to See the Profile for topcatClick Here to Email topcatSend a Private Message to topcatEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Installed intercooler
Put blower back on
Made new tube from T/B to PVC port (Gen V needs external tube)
Put belts back on
Bled intercooler
Started car
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I started the car for the first time with the newly installed FWD Getrag transmission and 7730 ECM. It fired right up, and idled nice and smooth.
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Completely tore down the passenger side door. Doing a door refurb project. Finished the DS last week, now time for the PS. Pulled the inner & outer door panel/skin. Removed the lock motor for refurb. Pulled the power window motor & regulator to clean up & regrease everything. Pulled the petrified old dew wipe to make a new one using my pieces from Joe, per this thread.
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/067338.html

cleaned up the inside of the door. that's about it for today ... more tomorrow.

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Repaired the wiring to my seat speakers. The PO previously butchered the wiring to add a couple of rear speakers in the sides. Now the seat speakers work again! Also fixed the cig lighter so now I can charge up my cell pone. Slowly... slowly...
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Yesterday I took the car for a short ride to fill the gas tank up. I added fuel stabilizer and injector cleaner before I filled it up and put it away for the Winter.
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changed an alternator on the side of the road in my 86gt, probaly the fastest i've done one in a fiero.

i was about a mile and a half from my house when it locked up. i left it in front of a church and started to walk home when someone came out of the church and gave me a ride home (devine intervention?). got the convertible (the only other thing i've got running right now), went back, took the alt. off and got another at auto zone. stuck it on and drove the convertible back home, then walked back and drove the gt on in to work.

gotta get some maintenance done or break down (and break a piggy bank) and get another truck. been procrastinating and a gt and convertible are not the things to have going with winter coming.
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I did some sandblasting and powdercoating.

A picture of my engine cradle in the middle of sandblasting... Still a looooong way to go.



Finally done 3 weekends later and a lot of aluminum oxide. After baking in a friends powder coating oven.

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That cradle looks nice.

I finally got some time to today to work on the motor mounts for the re-powered racecar. Only got to work on them for a couple of hours, but at least it was something.

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Me....................I blew up my transmission today
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Me....................I blew up my transmission today


WHAT?!?!?!?!?!?!
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Cut notches in the bottom of the decklid to clearance the blower after the intercooler install. I have to add, that cutting parts off of a Fiero is not for the faint of heart.

Then I filled the notches with two part foam to get it prepped for fiberglassing. That will be the weekend project.

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Dropped the cradle, removed the engine, and took the trans-axel off to look at the clutch arm inside the bellhousing. Bad clutch arm . It was seperated from the throwout bearing
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I thought about trying to free up a weekend so that I can get down to Sluppy123's place and get the Mr. Mike's leather seat skins I'm buying from him....

Other than that....nada.....

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WHAT?!?!?!?!?!?!


Yeah........................I'll eventually start a new thread on the rebirth of the Purple Turd when it holds together.

The long and the short of it, we found the problem with blowing engines. Now I have one HECK OF A FAST motor in it. Feels good, sounds good, runs AWESOME.
It's just too bad it "ate" my built transmission On a better note, diagnosis has narrowed it down to a blown torque converter.
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Drove to Houston and got a new , not remanufactured clutch kit for my 86 Duke. I'll start putting her back togeather about Tuesday
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Rotated the tires, installed a Rodney CAI kit, and Rodney's door hinge roller repair kits on both doors.

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I drove to work today and on the way in I got gas. It took 10.6 gallons to fill.
I must have been driving on fumes. (Thank you Lord for all small favors.)
I'm getting too old to push my car to the nearest gas station.
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Drove it downtown to the Congress Center for the World Of Wheels.
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Finally got around to installing the 2.8 idler pully from Rodney this morning.
Goodbye belt squeal!

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162 miles on the new engine now and trying to work out all of the little buggs before I make it my daily driver. My temp gauge is going up and down like a yoyo. Non stop.
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Finished all the prep work on my 88 cradle that I am installing a 3.4 DOHC on. Off to the powder coaters with it all.

Joe Sokol

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I finnished installing a six spring clutch in my 85 GT as a replacement for my shot old one, replaced the brake pads and changed the oil and oil filter.
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Blew my motor
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Hooked up a Battery Maintainer on the GT. Found this little gem at West Marine. Can be hooked up
three ways, straight to the battery , or with clips, or to the lighter. It will trickle charge when needed,
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Originally posted by CaliforniaSpeeder9:

I washed off the water spots from yesterdays t-storm.

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Waiting for a replacement TBI in hopes that it will finally get my Fiero to start.
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