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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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I'm working on putting a tranny in my red car
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Originally posted by Kilofox13:

Got the chop all together again!



If you would have shown me those rims by themselves, I would have said "Blech!" However, in the grand scheme of the complete car, that is gorgeous! Great looking car, and a great example of how to follow through on a vision.

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I don't know if I was the one close to your buddy, but yes I did sell my fiero. Not out of Fieros for good, but it will be awhile. I've got 3 kids in braces and then comes college. After the twerps are gone I'll consider getting another. As for making it to the Fiero meeting, I never could because the meetings were always on Saturdays. I work retail, and am hardly ever off on a Saturday, so I was never available to go. I did want to though.

Jim

BTW, my wife likes your car, and she doesn't give compliments on Fieros much. Maybe I can buy your car 10 years from now.



Tell her thanks. If you can get out to "jenroes" on Independance we are up there on Sat pm, (most days)

Hope to see you into Fieros soon.

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Originally posted by jimbolaya:


If you would have shown me those rims by themselves, I would have said "Blech!" However, in the grand scheme of the complete car, that is gorgeous! Great looking car, and a great example of how to follow through on a vision.

Jim


Thanks! I wasn't sure if I'd like them or not, but they turned out to match up well.

As for what I did to my Fiero today, I moved it so it didn't get run over when I was being crazy in the driveway. (If ya look close, its there in front of the Jeep.)



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Pics of painted suspension braces:


pics of grill inserts:





pic of brakes:


now im trying to get 2 bolts out of the frame that busted when i decided to do the sway bar...

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I want pictures as you change things.

Jim
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Today, I transferred the title and got tags for my new baby. I just need to have it inspected, but I have 10 days to do that. At least now, I can drive it legally!! I gave it a bath tonight and put my 1st Annual Tyler Shipman Memorial Car Show nose badge on. The yellow looks really nice against that blue color. Hulki (my hubby) is starting to show/explain parts f the engine to me, so I can start doing things on my own. I think he is really excited that I got a fiero of my own, because he seems to enjoy helping me with my car more than he is working on his own right now. I have a lot of things I'm excited to do to the car!! Will keep you updated as I go.

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A little bit late posting, but I recently sent my red coupe to a new home.
The new owner is not currently registered but is friends with several people here. I hope he joins the madness.



Still have the gray fastback. Trying to decide what's next for that one.

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I got my new personalized plates today... of course, I don't have a front licence plate holder, so I had to take... 'other measures'.



And the rear ones of course are too wide since the NZ government sees it fit to do localised sizing and european wide sizing but nothing that suits american cars...



I like it! Perfectly appropriate for a car that belongs to an avid gamer and IT tech

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put the cover on it and the covers gonna stay on it for a long time because i cant afford to fix it.
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Discovered that I did actually have room above my intercooler for an oil filter so I removed the relocation kit that was leaking all over the place. Gave her 30 dollars worth of Castrol EDGE as usual and reinstalled the stock filter. No oil puddle for me! Woot.
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I installed a new-old Radio/CD/MP3/WMA player.




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Work done 07-08 | Work done 08-09 | Work done 09-10 | Work done 10-11 |
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Chased a vacuum leak and checked all my injectors. Still have the plenum off. Going to do a smoke check next week.

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Rebuilt a rear caliper. What a pain.
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by dobey:
Rebuilt a rear caliper. What a pain.


Funny, I rebuilt two front ones today.

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I took my 87 out for some much needed driving time. I'v been neglecting it since the sheclipse came along.
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Installed the Allante gear-reduction starter on my 4.9.
Makes a world of difference.

Stopped the exhaust system from hitting the floor, with my face. No harm done other than pissing me off.
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Installed the Allante gear-reduction starter on my 4.9.
Makes a world of difference.

Stopped the exhaust system from hitting the floor, with my face. No harm done other than pissing me off.



Lol i can just picture that last comment.

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Everytime I climb out from under the car talking a blue streak, my wife reminds me, "Remember. this is what you do for fun!"

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For Labor Day weekend, I installed a new Ignition Control Module. No more code 42 at this time. I also just washed it and cleaned the interior. Pretty filthy. Cleaned and conditioned all the leather, did the windows. Man, this car would look great if I could just get it painted. Thinking about doing some buffing with rubbing compound to smooth out my blistered clearcoat.

Let's drive!
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finally found the source of my no fuel problem. its aliiive:-) thanks for everyone's help!
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Spent the day reconditioning my stock lace wheels....a PITA job but well worth it! It's too dark now for decent pics.
Also, swapped out my old loose steering column for a TIGHT tilt one. I'm gonna have to learn how to rebuild these things.

 
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Kilo...SOMEBODY trusts the Hell out of you, man!! Only a true friend could stand by and watch you attempt that!!
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moved it from under the cover in the back yard to a shelter for winter in the front. cant afford to fix it needs a rebuild, or swap.( wife took the money i had saved from selling my truck to fix it with.
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Got one of these Saturday.



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Cars and coffee on saturday in Great Falls Va then Clifton VA car show on Monday.
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Five miles into my 10-mile drive to work, I was coming up to a red light, when the air out of the dash
was suddenly no longer cold. A few seconds later, I had to stop for the light, and the engine died.
Turned the key, and no noise, no nothing.

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Mixed a random color for the outside, tacked an exhaust together
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waiting on the timing cover then putin the motar the rest of the way together then take her on her first test run with brand new rings,cam,lifters,baring,etc cant wait,and i pray everything goes well

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Finished my new sunroof headliner in black faux leather last night and got it installed today. I'll spend some of what little free time I have today doing final detailing before leaving for Fierorama tomorrow!
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Installed my new plenum and smiled about how big of a difference it made, in a good way!



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After three days of driving to Fierorama, I took my 87 to the Firestone shop acrcoss the street from the host hotel to get the front wheels rebalanced. At 68 the car shakes a lot. Once I get back to Florida, I'll need some rear tires as the tread is looking thin.

I change my mind about waiting until Florida for the tires ang bought a pair on Saturday.

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Just got in my new box and speaker for the 87 gt, The new t-top 86 fix the dash light and trying to see wht temp isn't working and body know where the ground is.
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See Today's Topic: El Paso Fiero Fest! to find out.......
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Hey Rick, we should start a new thread...."What did Katatak do to your Fiero today?" It could be 100 pages by Thanksgiving.

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Rebuilt both rear calipers, finished mounting my walker replacement exhaust and did various other bits. Slowly this thing is getting roadworthy.
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Got the exhaust system screwed back on. (Love the sound of that Allante gear reduction starter.)
Added an auxiliary tranny cooler.

Drove the car on a short truck shopping expedition.
Discovered that the A/C works much better when the right side window isn't cracked open by an inch.
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Noticed the distinct tick, tick, tick sound of an exhaust leak when I was driving her a couple of weeks ago. Tracked it down to a leaky EGR valve (SC3800). changed it out and took her for a spin. Leak fixed, grin still there every time I drive her.

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Tonight Todd, (LAMBO) Helped me install a new fuel pump, strainer, and fuel filter. I couldn't have done it without him. I don't know if you know him but he is an awesome guy. I wish I could give him another plus. Somebody please do it for me.

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Got the chop all together again!



I stopped breathing for a second when I saw your car. That's cool!

Wow.

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swapped out my distributor, out with the 130K mile unit in with the 55K unit. whatdoyaknow, the phantom miss is gone and the tack works again...it was a good day:-)
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I stopped breathing for a second when I saw your car. That's cool!

Wow.



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