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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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started stripping the a 99 bonni NA harness to work on a SCIII. when it came to needing my trusty depinning tool, it was nowhere to be found. all work came to a halt and replacement tools were ordered.
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Took her for a short drice, then let it idle in the garage for about a half hour. I need to burn off some gas so I can drop the tank to change out the noisy Walbro fuel pump.
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Well it was actually over the span of 2 days but i replaced my water pump.
Now shes running beautiful, nice and cool, the way she suppose to run
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played with my neighbors 2008 Ferrari f430.

that thing looks and sounds so good and it hauls ass.
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Drove my gt up to sobiski to help steve 86soon3.4 put his gt back together after I painted it for him, its lookin good!

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I bought another one! 87 GT 5-speed. Can't wait to get the plate and insurance so I can drive it outside the neighborhood.
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I finally got around to replacing the rear wheel bearing that rumbled all the way through the Run For The Hills.
Before the run, it wasn't really bad enough to make it easy to determine which corner was rumbling.
After the run it was much easier.
After I removed it, I discovered that there was ~1/16" of axial (in/out) play in the assembly. No radial play to speak of. It was a tad "gritty" sounding, though.

I also swapped to another set of wheels/tires that I have, since the RFTH pretty much killed off what was left of my rears. (Cooper Zeons are not great tires.)

 
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Got my new rims/tires on today. Enkie Falcon 17x8 (38), 17x7 (45). Kumho Esctsa XS 215 and 245/45's. Perfect offset.

For all those 88 owners out there this is the best offset.







Oh myyyyy...
Suh-wheeeet!!!!

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Read Nealz Nuze! Praise the Lowered!

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fixed some bad connections and reinstalled the center console for the last time (hopefully)

Then took a worry-free drive. It felt good!
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Spent a couple of hours last night replacing my drivers side door lock. I 'm not looking forward to replacing the passenger side lock. Nither has worked since I got the car, but it really was not a big issue since the car is garage kept.
The large retaining clip is the monster is this job, it doesn't want to get back in were it belongs.I lost the original clip behind the crash bar, lucky for me I got 2 of them off Fiero Jon when we were at Lititiz.
I'll be attempting to replace the passenger side lock without losing the large clip this time.
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I called my ins. agent and got the car officially put on the policy
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Walked around it.... Got a new vision.....

QWIK....LOVE THE WHEELS.
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rough est. date 04/02/2011.....

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looked at my gold fiero today thats about it
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Gave it the home alignment so I can drive it. Assembled some more of the car after the paint job.





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Oh myyyyy...
Suh-wheeeet!!!!


Thanks dude. I freaking love the tires/rims. The stickey Khumos rock. Can't wait to get up to Archies for the LS3 swap. This time next month, it should be done.

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I took mine for a spin tonight to confirm that the replacement of the old square wheel bearing made the car a lot smoother. Duh!
Now that it's not thumping any more, I can hear some other noise. May have to replace the other side, too. Or it may just be tire noise.

 
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Thanks dude. I freaking love the tires/rims. The stickey Khumos rock. Can't wait to get up to Archies for the LS3 swap. This time next month, it should be done.

Rob


I've got Kumhos on my car. Not the super sticky ones, though. They are good tires. (Cooper Zeons, not so much. IMHO of course.)
Of course, we'll need pics and vids of the LS3.

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Swapped the wheels from my 84 onto my new 87. Looks pretty good if i don't say so myself.

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Sold it...........

Kevin

Edit to add...I guess I need to change my avatar.

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after driving to daytona friday and saturday , i washed my car and checked the oil.i was low a quart, it does not smoke or leak. my wife helped me wash. and dry. it sits in my garage waiting for another day of fun.
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Originally posted by qwikgta:

Got my new rims/tires on today. Enkie Falcon 17x8 (38), 17x7 (45). Kumho Esctsa XS 215 and 245/45's. Perfect offset.

For all those 88 owners out there this is the best offset.






better pics with the light is better.

Rob



like the wheels are sweet congrat!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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my 88 Formula with the new 20 inch rims its 20 x 7
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Installed new LED marker lights, they look awesome. Sent the markers off for tinting, should have them all done tomorrow.
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I woke the IMSA up again This time with the engine starting.
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my 88 Formula with the new 20 inch rims its 20 x 7


what wheels are those?
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what wheels are those?[/QUOTE]
DRAG Wheels

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the project begins , 3800 turbo ...



it`s not gona be ttops just sunroof...

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Put the door panel back on the 84, so I could tuck the 87 in the garage.
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This morning my Fiero was a rolling chassis. I first found the trans mounts, and did some grinding on my FWD 282 to get the rear bracket to fit. Then I pulled the rear wheels and tires off the Fiero. Then I pulled the rear suspension, then the cradle. After a bit of hassle, I got the 282 mounted to the cradle in the original '84 location.
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I started my IMSA, backed it out of the garage and drove it back in. Next week it goes for some exhaust work..

http://www.streetfire.net/video/imsa-b_2079555.htm

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I started my IMSA, backed it out of the garage and drove it back in. Next wek it goes for some exhaust work..

http://www.streetfire.net/video/imsa-b_2079555.htm



Nice rumble, but that extra little popping noise, must be a leak.
It'd be beyond cool if your HHR could make that rumble.
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Installed a GT wheel and put a 120 mph speedo in (yes the odometer was changed and the mileage is still the same) in the gold Fiero
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Recently installed this in place of the stock interior.



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Tucked her away all nice and cozy for the winter.

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I took it to a car show in Ft Lauderdale. See my thread on the Miami car show.
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Dropped the tank (I HATE that job) and changed the noisy Walbro Fuel pump for a AC Delco Vette fuel pump - It is really nice to get rid of the loud whining sound. The AC Delco is super quiet!

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Recently installed this in place of the stock interior.



Nelson


Very, very nice...
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Let the engine bay fire in my 15,200 mile Formula burn itself out while I was trapped from getting to my fire extingisher! Thankfully no damage, just to the Tyler Project vinyl decal.
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well this weekend actually, but managed to accomplish almost nothing, but not for lack of trying. first finally got to bolting on the timing chain cover and water pump only to find I was missing half the bolts... But i think i've found the right size.



and mounted up the rodney starter relocation jig, then promptly misread the directions and drilled the holes too large. But between me, my father and 4 auto/hardware stores we managed to make it work.



Anyone in/near mid south carolina want to help with a 3.4 swap. I'm starting to think I'm in a little over my head.


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Recently installed this in place of the stock interior.



Nelson

dammmmm nice looks lot bigger
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installed led rear side markers fronts tomorrow

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I got very lucky and took "Best in Class" (General 1980 to present) at the recent Silver Springs show a couple of days after the new interior completion. That was quite a surprise to me!

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