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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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i put header wrap on it to keep it a little cooler. its ready to sell i need to clean it up a bit with all that darn wax that was left over from the old owner. really hard to get that stuff out of deep cracks after it was sitting for a while.
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Parked the Chevy Tahoe and took out the Fiero for my daily driver gas prices are killing me driving the tahoe.
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Started to work on my 84 Notchback front bumper from a 1994 Dodge Caravan Sport, had to shorten the width by about a foot.
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ordered the ZZP Pacesetter headers, RD hood hinge rebuild kit, RD getrag slave cyl rebuild kit and a Grand National Low Fuel Warning Light. this car is happening



can we say reverse engineer this?



also ordered valve cover gasket set and a a/c delete from rock auto, SC gasket and header gaskets from ZZP
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Originally posted by Eco Steve:

Started to work on my 84 Notchback front bumper from a 1994 Dodge Caravan Sport, had to shorten the width by about a foot.

That's kinda cool.

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I replaced the heater core and removed the stock subwoofer housing (had to take it out anyway). Stock sub and front passenger speaker were completely rotted out.


Thanks!!!

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Recovered these nasty things.



Gotta love Mr Mike!!

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well i am driving and my car would just stop running. i look down at the gas gauge and low and behold i am running out of gas. what a dumb ass. some times i wonder, am i loosing it. i filled it up with 9.2 gal. of gas and it ran great . went to the car show in town, lots of lookers and lots of other hot rod owners selling there carsmostly a good day.
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Made a bracket and installed the dog-bone mount for my 4.9 swap.



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did some glueing on the shifter consoul. looks like new now. now i need to fix the center glove box.
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did some glueing on the shifter consoul. looks like new now. now i need to fix the center glove box.


what kinda glue did you use? mine came apart... i think i used gorilla glue.
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I arranged my next trip to the salvage yards. I gathered the funds, tools, and made a list of needed parts.
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Originally posted by Eco Steve:

Started to work on my 84 Notchback front bumper from a 1994 Dodge Caravan Sport, had to shorten the width by about a foot.


How about a dead-on side view?
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Replaced both front shocks. Next are both front tie rod ends and then rear.

On the burner are rear struts and axles.
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Got two new rear tires. The best part is they had to sell them as used with only a few hundred miles on them. Dunlops 235-45-zr 17 both tires 100 installed

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Fixed a small coolant leak (bad hose clamp, radiator to expansion tank) and replaced the oil pressure sender, now I have a working oil pressure gauge!

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Pretty sure I just took the spot today for the first active aerodynamics Fiero?

We did a little trouble shooting, replaced our fuse and went for a test drive.



Took a quick video showing the split action on the car:



I have more video I have to sort through. Check out my build thread for more

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(This actually happened monday, forgot to post) Pulled motor/tranny/rear cradle, pulled gas tank. (Monday prior) pulled 4.9 from cadillac STS, pulled idler pully from 3.8 camero. (tommorrow plans), pull getrag from fiero 2.8, rebuild getrag. (Plans for July) Put gas in it and install smile on face.

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Got my 86 V8 Coupe Insured, Inspected and Registered today! Let the driving begin!
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Installed some Russ88ttop parts today. Now I really can't wait for my trunk seal to arrive! LOL Can anyone tell why??





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mated the L32 to the 282. sandwiched in between is a clutchnet clutch. the 282 has the RD ulrimate short shifter kit installed. planted it down on the cradle, cleaned up and came inside. still gotta put the headers on and then start wiring the car up.
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Got my 86 V8 Coupe Insured, Inspected and Registered today! Let the driving begin!


What are those wheels?

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Installed some Russ88ttop parts today. Now I really can't wait for my trunk seal to arrive! LOL Can anyone tell why??





Donnie


I can telL! They also sell black duct tape.. =)

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touch up paint, touch up paint, and more touch up paint, under hood under decklid, and on body....
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What are those wheels?



Those are Beretta wheels, always wondered what they would look like. No too bad!
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New coolent collection tank and ordered a replacement front deck lid release handle and cables.
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Moved it to the front yard to facilitate house prep for paint

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I brushed 2" of snow off of it. So happy its April.
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So Xyster what do you do up their at that Big Sky rocket ranch?
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With a comment like rocket ranch I feel like you might know who I am.
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Like Xyster, who lives 180 miles south of me,
I brushed half an inch of snow off my Fiero.
and drove it 30 miles to work.
First "Fiero Friday" of 2011, whoo hoo.

Then I got careless at lunch, and locked my keys in the ignition,
and had to call AAA to get me back in.
That's a first for me.

Got a spare door key in my wallet now.

Hopefully tomorrow goes better.

"Rocket Ranch" !

I get it.........

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With a comment like rocket ranch I feel like you might know who I am.


Possible...
But I'm sure we've chewed some of the same dirt

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Ran a diagnostic code check and discovered my O2 sensor needs to be replaced, so I went on down to the zone and picked up a Bosch for replacement. Probably install it tomorrow...
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Awoke her from her long winters hibernation!! Seeing at it was in the upper 60's today, and we haven't had any snow/salt for a little while now, I decided it was time. Pulled the cover off, aired up the tires, pulled the battery tender off and fired her up. Went on a quick little jaunt for the innaugural ride of the season. And snapped a few pics when I got back to commemorate the occasion.







Definitely felt good to get behind the wheel again.

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did 2 fuel pressure tests, cleaned under the seats of the car, took some god awful ugly carseat covers off finally, switched fuel pump relay with ac compressor relay.
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I just bought my 84 SE two weeks ago and a got a chance to work on it today. Bought a new brake caliper and replaced it. Old one was grabbing and would not release the rotor. Finally got to take it out on the road!
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got my cam, tb, maf, pushrods ect. in my 3800SC motor!
drove threw some crazy weather, pulled into my garage and like clock work 1/2" hail
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i replaced the fan switch to a low temp fan switch and a low temp. thermostat. car seems to run cooler, to dam hot in florida. plus i purchased a new fiero hat, black and red. thanks for posting pictures of where the fan switch was to take out. you guys rock.
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Reinstalled some parts I stripped and painted. Charged the battery and started her up. Busy week ahead for her.
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