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New Project: Indy Fiero #64 Restoration by FieroMaster88
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Report this Post07-25-2012 08:31 PM Click Here to See the Profile for FieroMaster88Click Here to Email FieroMaster88Send a Private Message to FieroMaster88Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
That does look good. I'll have to go find some.
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Report this Post07-26-2012 10:32 PM Click Here to See the Profile for FieroMaster88Click Here to Email FieroMaster88Send a Private Message to FieroMaster88Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Got the new fuel pump relay installed today. Back to starting up right away every time. Also the a/c still blows nice and cold. I rained a ton last night and I no longer have a puddle in the car from the sunroof. I guess I installed the tracks correctly.
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Replaced the battery tray. I plan on completely redoing all the rusted metal in the back of the car in the future so I was not too concerned how my welds looked. I want to be able to drive the car for a while so this had to be done.

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I replaced the head light motors today. Now the headlights work. I also repaired the trunk release button and got the trunk popper working. The ac still blows nice and cold too. I'm still waiting on tires.
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Got them mounted and balanced. Car drives great and the ac is still cold.
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Happy to see it going together. I wished this was on the Pace car page also for folks to see there. Rick B
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I dont know if I ever got a working log in over there. I'll check and if I do I'll start one there. I have a ton of pictures I have not posted here.
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No real updates. Going to check insurance prices and maybe start driving it a little.
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I took the car for it's first real drive the other day. Went about 10 miles through town. Drives nice and smooth and handles good. I need to fix an exhaust leak but other than that I'm happy. It's now resting inside where it's going to be stored from now on.
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Good build. I might be picking one up.
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Good build. I might be picking one up.


That's cool. Ive enjoyed fixing the car up. I still have a lot on the list but it's drivable now.
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It's been almost a year that I've had the car. I have not done anything to it lately since it's in storage. Next year I plan on putting insurance on it and driving it some. I did buy it a anniversary gift. I found a complete Holley kit for it. Has the intake manifold, throttle body, valve cover, air filter cover and the side scoop. I thought it would be neat to have these somewhat rare parts on a somewhat rare car. I've got to clean them up and install them.

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So what should I expect fuel mileage wise with this car being an iron duke and auto trans? I think I'm going to clean up the engine bay and install the Holley parts soon and maybe drive the car a bit this year before winter. I broke the 88 the other day so I can transfer the insurance to the Indy for the rest of the year.
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I got new red dot matrix decals for the car today. Now all I need to do is get it painted so I can install them.
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The Holley parts are really neat! Been awhile since I have seen that set. I get about 31 to 34 in my 4 speed Indy. That mileage is being gentle on the highway. I had to replace my dot matrix stripe as well. A pressure washer saw to that!
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I hope mine can get 30 on the highway but we will see. I need to get the car painted and get the decals installed.
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I get 25 mpg with my 88 duke/125C in my 88 doing my daily commute. On the interstate is gets about 32 mpg.
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I'll have to put insurance on it in the spring and see what mileage I can get. I'm gonna get a gasket kit and get the Holley stuff installed then too.

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I've ordered a bunch of parts for the car:
new intake manifold gasket
new exhaust manifold gasket
new throttle body gasket
new battery cables
new engine and transmission mounts
new receiver/dryer for a/c
new seals for a/c
Now in the spring I can put the holley parts on, replace the engine mounts and give the a/c system a tune up.
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What shocks/struts are the best? The shocks/struts are worn out on the Indy and need to be replaced. I can get a set of KYB Shocks and struts from RockAuto for about $170 shipped.
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Christmas for the Indy! New mounts, battery cables, gaskets, a/c parts. I'll be busy in the spring.


Also took a few good pictures of the Holley parts I have for the car too. Taking them to work and cleaning them in the parts washer so hopefully they will look like new.


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I started the Indy up and let it run a bit today. It started right up which was a bit of a shock to me. It's been well over a month since the last time I saw it.


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Figures, I put insurance on the car and was going to get license plates for it Monday since we have had almost no snow this winter. Now there's a winter storm warning. I'll still get the plates for it I'll just wait to drive it.
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Got it registered and a license plate for it today. Once this snow is finished I'll start driving it and get some more stuff fixed on it.
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Figures, I put insurance on the car and was going to get license plates for it Monday since we have had almost no snow this winter. Now there's a winter storm warning. I'll still get the plates for it I'll just wait to drive it.

 
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Snow Showers

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Snow Showers. High 40F and low 8F. Winds W at 27 mph. Air Quality:NA, UV Index:NA

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HA! look at the 29th and for sure the 30th
http://local.msn.com/ten-da...eid=676597&zip=49002
say what!!??

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I cleaned and painted the Holley intake manifold for the Indy today. Next time I have the car at work I'll install it.

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I'm also going to do some modifications/repairs to the wiring. The main power wires that go through the C500 connector have poor contacts so I'm going to loop them around the C500. I also want to relocate the fusible links. Found the info in this thread: http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/118300.html
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Nice work man, do you have a picture of your redone battery tray without the battery in it? I have the same issue and the tray was so badly corroded like yours was that I also just cut the whole damn thing out. I am on the fence right now about what to do either make something nice for the original location or move it to the front like many others here do. Car is coming along nicely man.... good work. Peace

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I got my arm rest/cup holder from TXGOOD for the Indy. It's a work of art. Ill post a picture on Monday. I can post a picture of the battery tray without the battery. It's not very pretty because I plan on redoing the metal work because it's rusty.
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Change of plans. I picked up a Super Duty block and parts. Looks like I'll be building an engine for this car. The Holley parts are on eBay.
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YAY!
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holey crap, no kidding!!??
right down the road, too. I cant wait to hear this banshee.....screammin by!!

totally got my interest, glad i did not buy it, now. this is soooooo much more awesomer!!
how do I do a "favorites" save, again??

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Found a head, valve cover and edelbrock intake for a 2 barrel carb. Block is going to the machine shop. I need to figure out what carb to use and a ignition system. Also considering swapping the car to a manual transmission. I'm not sure a auto would be much fun but we will see. Any advice on what I should do as far as building the engine would be appreciated.
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Damn, no advice on building a Super Duty? I have a iron super duty head with 1.7 roller rockers, valves and springs on the way. It comes with a Edelbrock intake for a 2 barrel carb. I'm also waiting on a price for a Weber carb setup. Which would be the best way to go? If I go for the 2 barrel carb what would be a good carb to use?
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Keep It Simple! I've seen a few SD4 builds that end up in limbo because the builder tries to accomplish too much at once, like turbocharging, using aftermarket fuel injection, and nitrous all in the same setup at the same time.

fierosound used a distributor with the coil on top, but there's also an external coil one. There are also super-expensive SD4 specific distributors.

The 390cfm Holley 4-bbl with a 4-bbl intake would be the best way to go to simplify things, but IIRC fierosound had difficulty with the carb interfering with the trunk wall, although that may have been caused by using the stock transmission mounts with the 4T60? I actually have a 4-bbl intake, and I honestly don't think it will fit without some modifications to the trunk wall. If you stick with the 2-bbl setup, the Holley 500cfm.

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum3/HTML/000077.html

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/125182.html

fierosound would be the person to ask on specifics.

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UPS showed up this morning with some parts.

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I found some other SD parts that should be here later this week. I'll have the block in a couple weeks because it's getting machine work done. I'm getting excited.
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soooo cant wait
heres a back up, even......
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum4/HTML/065114.html
http://s1106.beta.photobuck...=4&_suid=13618834865 67054235741441993

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FedEx delivered some more goodies today:


A set of Weber carbs...
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This is gonna be good. Plans for the ignition system yet?
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