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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Polished out the dull areas, and drove it and drove it and drove it and tried to get it to stall again to no avail...I think I might have fixed it. Next fix front brakes....they are SCARY.





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She is getting there slowly.......slowly..oh not my oil spill there.

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I STARTED MY 88 TODAY!!! hahaha.
I've been keeping it tucked in the garage because of the overly hot weather and rain we've been getting here.
so instead I've been driving my 1972 Beetle with a stroker engine and various other upgrades
it's not a Fiero, but at least the engine is in back
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Tried to get the air out of my brakes from the shoddy bleeding job the Firestone tech did when swapping a caliper. Still not right, but at least it doesn't just drop straight to the floor now. Looks like I need to do a total flush of the system, as there seems to be water sitting in the fluid in the master cylinder.

On a similar note, running through some thoughts about brake upgrades in my head. The Pontiac Vibe GT has some nice sized rotors that would probably fit well with the stock Fiero GT rims, and dual-piston calipers. It also uses the more common drum-style parking break system in modern cars.
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I cleaned it's room. Boy what a mess.
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I finished the painting for the black interior conversion.

Black floor mats and black sunvisors are on order.

Seat covers and molded carpet will be ordered later. They will be MrMikes Cloth and carpet will come from Automotive Carpet.


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i realized that it's time for a new Speedo!!!!



also got some other custom installs done as well

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Put new turn lights/parking lights in my 1988 GT






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Put new turn lights/parking lights in my 1988 GT







Those are really cool! Did you make them yourself?


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Those are really cool! Did you make them yourself?


The housings are from the fierostore, the board with the LED are selfmade.

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Not exactly today,but over the the last couple of weeks I got this done.

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New tires with raised white letters, painted my wheels, and painted the lower trim

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Cut off the 15 year old exhaust tips that were my first mod and painted the old tips.
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pulled motor (3800)




about install this stuff



moved evap canister under expansion chamber



put in new radiator


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Uncovered it and took my older brother for a ride and then enjoyed the fact that he called me an As***le. Lifes little pleasures make it so worth it.........
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Went to Indian Uprising in St. Charles, was surprised to see alot of NIFE members there! Then cruised around the northern part of Chicago with Pink Floyd and later Green Day in the tape deck.

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New rear speakers:


And recovered the fuzzy firewall cover:


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I finished hooking up everything in the engine bay and started the engine for the first time in a month. Man, it sounded sweet. I can't wait to take it for a drive this weekend.

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Originally posted by Sourmug:

New rear speakers:


And recovered the fuzzy firewall cover:


Nolan


Lookin good nolan. Every fiero needs a sound system to compliment its slick styling.

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My friends dad and his friend and I did this today, Longest wait for Christmas present but it was very worth the wait



Underglows are cool and look good on the fiero 2m4
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Put on a custom air-dam, I havent got to drive it much, hopefully it will take care of the getting hot problem @ high speed (it never had an air dam while Ive owned it)



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cleaned the engine bay worked on some wiring and cleaned the block and heads. just gettin it ready for the tdc
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Lookin good nolan. Every fiero needs a sound system to compliment its slick styling.




Thanks!
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I replaced my ignition cylinder. I now have a spare key and I can take my key out of the ignition!

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Check out my build!
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Serpentine belt began shredding itself while trying to park the car at work. Needless to say, that's all fixed now!
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Finally painted that other wheel I've been putting off and got my e-brake unstuck. That dinger was about to drive me nuts.

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Getting closer every day!

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Finally painted that other wheel I've been putting off and got my e-brake unstuck. That dinger was about to drive me nuts.





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Finally fixed the rattling heat shield on my 86 GT that's been driving me nuts for months....so much so that I had stopped driving the car. 5 minutes to locate the issue, 30 seconds to fix it. My procrastination is getting worse these days. Took it for a nice, long, quiet drive with the windows down and enjoyed the exhaust note .
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Not today, but spent the last couple days installing new MrMikes seat skins. Highly recommend these, awesome guy to deal with.


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Thanks Robert2, how did that oil cap work out? Glad it finally got there. Today I got around to doing the wire swap for the temp guage. Not a hard swap but, calibrating the guage turned into a feat! lol Every time I thought I had it in the ballpark I would recheck at a different ohms reading and it would be off. I think its pretty good right now. 160 & 220 read perfect so thats what I'm going with. Son called me to let me know there is a car show going on at his work that I didn't know about. I wouldn't have torn the dash apart if I had know. Hope they have another soon. Well my list of must do items is getting way shorter. Tires and an exhaust are the last to big items for now. Who knows what winter will make me do though! LOL Took a few more pics tonight while I was letting her run in the drive. I think I've come up with a name for the old girl. Hows Wyte Nyte? Kind of a play of my last name and how good she looks at night! Let me know what you think! Thanks









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Nice pics and car , looks like someone stoll a letter on you . As for the name if that one suit you, then go ahead .
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Almost got hit in it, like 3 or 4 times today. :-/

When will people learn how to look at something other than a phone when driving?
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Earlier this week I put Rodney Dickman's 1" lowering ball joints on my 88.

Last night I bought a Porter Cable DA polisher and thought I would give it a try today:




I think I'm happy with the results
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Took my 84 out for a 400 miles run After 7 years Not on the road . It felt great whit Fun on Top of that Now working on for a paint Job Next year ..

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I burned a perfectly round circle on my calf by pressing it against a hot tailpipe of the 3800 car (Egads - did the car just brand me???) Then I wrestled with the 3.4 car to try to get it runnng. It finally fired up, so I took it for a ride. 3/8 of a mile from the house, it quit again. Got the tow strap and the tractor out, towed it home. In spite of the fact that the gauge said 1/4, I put some fuel in it and...whaddaya know - problem solved. (forehead smack)

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entered it in a car show



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New oil cap cover:



Bah, now I have to really clean the engine...

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I replaced the valve guide seals on both banks, replaced the upper intake manifold gasket, the valve cover gaskets, fuel injectors, pick-up coil and the dizzy o-ring.

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IMSA sat today.. to hot to work on it.
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Petey, my DD 88 formula, got rear-ended while stopped in rush hour traffic by a motorcycle. Will post pictures later. Passenger side tail light broken and scuffs on the lower clip.
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Oh no, how is the cyclist?

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Drove it to work like I do every day. Gotta get the starter changed this weekend and I'd like to try my hand at sanding the roof because well.. it's shot, why not?

Any suggestions on what would be the best thing to use?
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Drove it to work like I do every day. Gotta get the starter changed this weekend and I'd like to try my hand at sanding the roof because well.. it's shot, why not?

Any suggestions on what would be the best thing to use?


If you want a starter im pretty sure the one i took out of my IMSA is still good. Give me a couple bucks and its yours

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