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What's up at West Coast Fiero by madcurl
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Step-by-step while I was at WCF.























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Hey Madcurl... You should cruise with us down to San Diego for the BBQ on July 30th. Are you going to be in town?... Bring that nice ride of yours... like the one sitting at WCF

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Hey Madcurl... You should cruise with us down to San Diego for the BBQ on July 30th. Are you going to be in town?... Bring that nice ride of yours... like the one sitting at WCF




Sorry, but my boss demands at least a month notice.
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Sorry, but my boss demands at least a month notice.


Bosses can be a problem
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We are developing new headers and exhaust for the LS4 engine installed into the fiero. More pictures to come.



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Merge collector welded to the pipes. Notice the notch in the pan for the exhaust pipe to pass by.

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By chance you have any old welding usable gas tanks you want to get rid of? with a regulator on it. Smallest (50lb or so) it can be empty-- of course.. Maybe the trip to San Diego I can take it off your hands... And of course, willing to pay for it.
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The shop pet



We took out a Dick Landy 700 cubic inch blown Hemi, Installing a Ford V10 into a 57 Ranchero
The Hemi is going into a 72 dodge coronet 440



Headers for the install



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LS3 Intake and Polished Throttle Body




This is a duel Disk Clutch we developed for the LS4 to the NSX trans
This Same Clutch will be used for the LS4 to the F40 trans












Headers for the LS4




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Headers look great Steve, you haven't lost your touch!

I had a chance to ride and drive the convertable in the previous pages.
It had to be the most solid feeling convertable Fiero that I've ever been in. A helluva lot of fun to drive!
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Thank you WCF for posting pics of your projects , fun to see all the different things you guys are doing there.

That Clutch looks real interesting , a twin disk with a strapped floater and PP. I look forward to hearing about its driveability vs the Tilton .

Steve as always welds are beautiful
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I have a question about the acuators used on Curlys car. Can the travel be adjusted? Lets say I need 5" travel and they only come in 4" or 6". Do they have some sort of "stufer" or adjuster?
I am VERRRY interested in the headers and F40 LS4 combo
I got an LS1 intake for mine but shelved it for now.
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Lots of tweaking going on at WCF.











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What's Up at WCF? Making 13/14 brake set-ups.



13" rotors using Porshe 4-piston calipers:



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update on the heades and clutch?
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update on the heades and clutch?


Both cars (NSX and F40) are still on the lift.

Meanwhile, WCF dropping in the NSX/LS3







This was a test fit and the plated shield was partly hitting the belt.



About four men were grunting and making weird noise trying to get the rod in, hehe.







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Grunting continued:















F40/3800SC



14" rear rotors.



Another LS4 awaiting a Fiero cradle



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Nice, VERY nice
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I LOVE the Fbody power steering in my 88GT.
I have the LS1 V8 rack or the WS6 packaged rack. It has a faster ratio than the V6 rack that came in the Firebirds and Camaro's.
I installed a rack in another 88GT that is from the V6 Camaro. It's ratio is slower so the car does not "feel" as snappy. And the steering effort is much lighter too. So IF you want less steering effort, get the V6 version. IF you want snappy steering, get the V8 version. They look exactly the same so you have to actually turn the steering input shaft from side to side and count the number of rotations to make sure you have the rack you want. The V8 is about 2.25 turns lock to lock and the V6 is about three turns lock to lock.
Both racks are better than the stock Fiero rack.




More info plz! N/M, I found it. Man a lot has changed in the few yrs I have been away!

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30 or more Bizzards were seen flying above. It must've been some poor 2.8 or four banger sitting in a field about to die.

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30 or more Bizzards were seen flying above. It must've been some poor 2.8 or four banger sitting in a field about to die.



Or North Star...... cough LS4... cough LOL

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Coils under cover? More info?

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Coils under cover? More info?


I'm not sure, but I would guess the coil pack will be located either on the right side (were the battery once was) or on the left side near the intake tube. From talking to WCF the owner wanted to go "hard core" on this build. He eliminated the plenum cover (thus exposing the ugly valve covers), purchased after market valve covers with the unwanted bolts holes, and drive-by-wire system. Thus when he floors the gas it won't hesitate. There's a lot more goodies not mentioned no doubt.
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I'm not sure, but I would guess the coil pack will be located either on the right side (were the battery once was) or on the left side near the intake tube. From talking to WCF the owner wanted to go "hard core" on this build. He eliminated the plenum cover (thus exposing the ugly valve covers), purchased after market valve covers with the unwanted bolts holes, and drive-by-wire system. Thus when he floors the gas it won't hesitate. There's a lot more goodies not mentioned no doubt.


It has the "old school" cable TB too. Painted plastic maniflold?
I do like the covers, would you know the brand name? I like the bolt holes on them, what do you mean by "unwanted bolt holes"? I would CNC "Fiero GT" on them and be happy with a Fiero Red finnish on them and some SS Torx head bolts. I dont know about all the Silver? That depends on the car color. But I sure like what has been done to it so far.

BTW, a set of sanitary snakes would sound good

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Coils under cover? More info?


Last I talked with Chris , I think he said they planed on using the LS coil relocation bracket from CBM (Custom Built Motors ) and mounting on the end of the heads .

I believe those are Mast Motorsports valve covers from the picture.

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I will be in town on Thur, will anyone be there?
I need to get one last thing done to the Fiero before the Coast Run. Talk about down to the wire, we are going on Fri.
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Chris:

Any more thoughts about the Brembo E-brake kit?

Regards,

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LS4 contines:











Beautiful connectors:





NSX tranny.





Snaking it's way to the back:



Figuring out a plan:






Re-cut and weld for better placement:







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3800SC/F40:















It's a good thing for a auto shop to have another shop in the back that's a machinist.



Re-tapping to a 5/8". I guess an JippyLube in town tightened the oil plug to many times.





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Somebody's car is in for some minor work.
















Belts aren't aligned correctly and one is missing.



Haltech sofeware to control the air/fuel mixture.










Gauge:



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holly crap! my wristwatch is faster than that old thing.... guess if it works it works...
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Doing good things WCF! Can't wait to see those cars run!
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Hello, nice to see this car getting back on the road, now it needs the lights upgraded. Thanks Norm


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Curly: I have not seen that car in years, is it the same owner or sold to new person?
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Hello, there was a recent thread discussing this car a little while ago where it sat for a long time and is now sold to a new owner. no idea where that thread is. Thanks Norm
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Curly: I have not seen that car in years, is it the same owner or sold to new person?


The car has a new owner.

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/087207.html

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Dean (EX-president) decided to pay WCF a visit today. He appears to have "sleeper" with a 3.4 in the back.







Late night shop talk 21:00HR.



The original exhaust had a leak, so Dean opt for a better solution. Replace it with 2.5" exhaust from WCF.



Steve did the particulars and the outcome sweet to our ears using those mega tone tips.





The sound w/o the tip was boring, but with the mega pipes on it was like having a boom box next to your ears. Sweet.



IMHO the 3.4 sounded better than the 3800SC using the Mega tipes.



The Sleeper: 14" rollers.



I heard this was next for the rack.



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I saw this ride at WCF.






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