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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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painted the side intake vent with satin black because it was dull and i got some wax on it last summer.
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next to paint is the intake plenum. i was hoping to get to it tomorrow but now were supposed to get thunderstorms so a nice 80 degree day is worthless now.
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Drove it in the rain for the first time since the complete rebuild... well actually for about four years!

And..... had Joe (FieroKing) help me figure out how to remove the clamshell from the GXP column without breaking it so I could install the smoked plastic covers I got from Tom's Electronics. And BTW they look awesome. Changed the way the whole interior looks in a suprising way. They are nice.

Also picked up four round mouldings to do an LED conversion and some new ashtray doors which I seem to be able to break in an instant.

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Built a new console surround


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Originally posted by Dogcreek:

Drove it in the rain for the first time since the complete rebuild... well actually for about four years!

And..... had Joe (FieroKing) help me figure out how to remove the clamshell from the GXP column without breaking it so I could install the smoked plastic covers I got from Tom's Electronics. And BTW they look awesome. Changed the way the whole interior looks in a suprising way. They are nice.

Also picked up four round mouldings to do an LED conversion and some new ashtray doors which I seem to be able to break in an instant.

Jeff



Pics!?

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Got my rockers, new rims, vented hood, oversized radiator and deck lid spoiler installed! Waiting on the front lip.
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located a set of doors with crack free door skins for the 84, am very happy with them. today i removed the skins,repaired a couple of gouges and sanded everything down. just have the nose to scuff and we'll be ready for primer! guess i better settle on a color soon eh? :-)
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Took my 87 Gt out for a ride for the first time since early November. Finished my rear bearing hubs and brake replacement. This Saturday I am going to Tuckerton NJ to drop her off at Fiero Jon's. She is getting a crate 2.8 and new performance exhaust. Can't wait to pick her up in on Easter Saturday.
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Chaps,

OK, today so far, pulled the shift surround to do a couple of mods... and getting ready to pull the seats. Tony is going to help me install a sub setup and a new stereo which is a Kenwood eXcelon with USB and iPod control and an amp. Mr. Mikes are here, video viewed, planned.... now take a deep breath and get started... shouldn't be worried as I have redone several stock seat covers... but these are Mr. Mikes after all!!

Nolan, I feel bad for no pics but I am charging the camera cause I need to update my build thread...Wore it out at Elton John last weekend and somehow a lot of Fiero pics got erased... note to self... bigger SD card... LOL

Installed the GXP emblems and the "stealth" LS4 performance stuff...starting to look pretty sharp! Oh.... and BTW Joe is thinking 3.4 DOHC!! We chatted a bit and he is full of energy to get started, hope to come and catch you while you are here!

and P.S. Danyel, that is a cool shift surround... Like it!

See you soon Nolan... Jeff

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Boo, no pics!

I guess I'll just have to see it in person then...
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did a spring swap on my '88 GT, took out the red ones and replaced them with the black ones.


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prepped about #$^&*miles of grooved mouldings on the 84 fiero. one step closer to paint :-)
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started cleaning it up
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Installed my self dimming mirror with compass and my homelink module.



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Installed my self dimming mirror with compass and my homelink module.





very nice location. i didnt think of putting it there. but i have the performance sound.
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very nice location. i didnt think of putting it there. but i have the performance sound.


I was torn about putting it here so I think I will be relocating the slider. Just not sure where yet.
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im gonna go with the C5 homelink mirrors. theyre like 54 each on ecklers.
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I'm pulling the center console apart and am going to replace the skeleton in my 87 GT. I got the radio out and it needs to be repaired. It is the premium am/fm/cassett w graphic equalizer and the on off button won't turn on. www.replacementradios.com doesn't do that repair so I'm trying to locate another repair facility. (does anyone have any contacts?) I can not get the ac/heater control to "disconnect" from its plugs. Lots of srews holding things in place.

I got some free 86-87 gray lace wheels that had some dry rotted drag slicks on them. I took them to Tire Kingdom and had the tires removed. I' ll clean up the wheels to have another set of gray lace wheels. The wheels themselves are in that bad shape, some clear coat break down.

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i dropped my flywheel off to get it match balanced this past monday...... woohoo!
finally found a local machine shop
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i dropped my flywheel off to get it match balanced this past monday...... woohoo!
finally found a local machine shop


opps double post....lol

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Contemplated tossing a grenade in the drivers seat and running away...
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Drove my unregistered, uninspected fiero about 25miles to a garage at my dad's work so the town cops wouldnt impound it from my house for not being registered. (cant renew registration until i get inspection. Cant inspect until I find 2 passable rear tires. ) :-(
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Called the Fiero Factory to check up on my Fiero.. Good news! The car is fine.. Bad news! Its not done yet.. lol..
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Mine died today, no cash to fix it. Spun rod bearing I believe, maybe thrown rod. Need it sold soon, I'd hate it to see the junkyard. I hate seeing Fieros in the junkyards.
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Well I washed it today
....... oh yeah and we painted it a couple weeks ago ))

Before:
Nice and clean but the paint is a lot rougher than it looks...



After:
Sexyyy. Still needs buffed and we've got to go around and paint a lot of things still (mirrors, etc) and replace the sail panels and get a new t seal for the windshield but I'm loving it!



Please ignore the mess there's a lot of moving in and out going on at my dad's right now haha.

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I replaced my headlight control module and can now turn on my headlights from INSIDE the car! I found the replacement on eBay for $38 ($28+$10 shipping)! I still have an order in with Top Down Solutions and may keep that as a spare once it arrives...if it arrives.
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Dropped mine off at PurpleReign's shop
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Start a new project... What do you thing what it is??

















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Could it be a Transformer Fiero?
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Something about a stretch kit .
like ferrari or lambo .
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Chelsie came by with her Black 86 SE. Seems the temp gauge had fallen off at some point. So disassembled the gauge pack, fixed the temp gauge, gave it all a quick clean, then reassembled the whole thing. Sorted and off she drove.
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Could it be a Transformer Fiero?



 
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Something about a stretch kit .
like ferrari or lambo .


Nice ideas but something different... We change a Convertible Fiero from Notchback to Fastback and this is our workpiece. A little bit crazy but it's very practically.

That's the car: http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/082825.html

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finally painted my plenum
before (dont mind the missing decklid and other parts its the best old picture i have of the plenum)

and now

ill take another picture sometime tonight after i put it on.
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New Hubs And Rotors All Around, HID Headlights, Heavy Duty Flasher Unit, And Pulled Apart My Throttle Body..Gotta Get A New Fuel Pressure Regulator...

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Between yesterday and today...




Axel seals
Rear main seal - Previous owner smeared RTV all around it...
Oil pan gasket, again - got cut/pinched while doing the timing chain last year
Struts - Factory original - over 23 years and 130k+ miles...

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wow thats a lot of work for 2 days! i had a hard time just replacing the front manifold gasket in about 3 days.
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Joshua,
that is a really cool looking Notchie, Love that color and the custom bits. Do you have a build thread or some more pics anywhere? Peace

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Replaced the tail light lenses on the GT with the Fiero Store "new ones" and installed a set of Khines tinted quarter windows today. glad the tail lights are easy to do, I took photos and will be doing a write up later this week, photos are a bit fuzzy though.

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got my molding clips from TFS, bought the primer, bought the paint. came home and pulled out the seats, headliner, inner trim, removed the rear clip (what a PITA). just a little more sanding, fix a minor crack on the deck lid and then paint.
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Drove the Joel Project down to get the brakes worked on.
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