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My 88 Fiero GT 14k miles by BV MotorSports
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search youtube for l67 harmonic balancer knock, sounds similar

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search youtube for l67 harmonic balancer knock, sounds similar



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FCeMx18P2aM
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Boy that would be a much easier fix and its only like $60!
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Boy that would be a much easier fix and its only like $60!


you should have like 3 of them by now.

It could just be installed wrong too.
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The noise sounds heavier than a lifter issue, but I still wouldn't rule a lifter issue.
After running the first set of springs with the retainers bottoming out on the valve seal bosses, you easily could have damaged a lifter, pushrod or rocker arm.
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Noise would change if it was t/o, clutch, transmission.

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search youtube for l67 harmonic balancer knock, sounds similar



My vote. Similar but a little less when mine was going. Idling made noise. Rev it a little and no noise. You got to be the unluckiest engine swaper on this forum
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My vote. Similar but a little less when mine was going. Idling made noise. Rev it a little and no noise. You got to be the unluckiest engine swaper on this forum


Thats exactly what mine does. BTW new balancer is setting on the workbench. Got to wait for the A/C to cool off the garage before I go swap it out.

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Good news, I can go get my $103 bucks back. Bad news, balancer wasnt the problem. $20 says its in the clutch/pressure plate/HTOB.
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Sorry to see such bad luck. I have a great idea for an updated thread title...IT WENT BOOM!

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Back to the second part of my comment above....
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damn, I thought for sure that was it.
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damn, I thought for sure that was it.


I know right??? That rev it up and the noise goes away bit is really odd.

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Before I have an aneurysm, I am going to put the 88 on the back burner and get Garths LQ1 '85 GT up and running. I need a break and so does my wallet. Thank you all for the support. I just got to step back for a little bit.
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When you decide to get back to it, I would suggest removing the transmission, taking out the clutch/pressure plate, then reinstalling the transmission so you can start the car again. By removing the clutch/pressure plate you isolate those components as well as the transmission, so if the noise stays its engine related, if it goes away, its clutch/pressure plate/transmission related.

Under scenarios like this, I prefer to support the engine from above, remove the cradle and pull the transmission out the side. It makes quick work for transmission removal and installation without having to completely disconnect everything and refill all the fluids.
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I just got to step back for a little bit.


Wow, I don't blame you.

I've seen this thread before but never really read thru it, until today.

You must be on your 4th or 5th engine installation (I lost count).

I'm thinking that with all the time & money that's been invested in this car that you could have had an LS376-480 with a 6 speed & been driving it 4 weeks later.

Sorry you've had such bad luck building your super Fiero.

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Wow, I don't blame you.

I've seen this thread before but never really read thru it, until today.

You must be on your 4th or 5th engine installation (I lost count).

I'm thinking that with all the time & money that's been invested in this car that you could have had an LS376-480 with a 6 speed & been driving it 4 weeks later.

Sorry you've had such bad luck building your super Fiero.

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Whats that they say about hindsight? Lesson learned.
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Your thread is the only one that makes me feel a little less crappy about my luck right now. Sorry man, I really am. One day, you and I will be driving our cars. I guess nosrac is in our little club too. We should start working on a secret handshake.
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I need a break and so does my wallet. I just got to step back for a little bit.

You just need to spend your money a bit wiser and fly one of the Michigan boys down for a long weekend and get it done! G/L Ray

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You just need to spend your money a bit wiser and fly one of the Michigan boys down for a long weekend and get it done! G/L Ray


I am on the phone with Scott all the time. Its nothing he or I did. Its getting rid of everything done to the car while it was in the "home of smoke and mirrors". Problem is, every time I think I got the last bit of crap whodumbass screwed up, I get proved wrong again. Luckily, the clutch & trans are pretty much all that is left. Well, then there is the F23 mounts and turbo, headers, Y-pipe... oh good grief!
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Your thread is the only one that makes me feel a little less crappy about my luck right now. Sorry man, I really am. One day, you and I will be driving our cars. I guess nosrac is in our little club too. We should start working on a secret handshake.


Yep, I am right there in the 3800 Turbo bad luck club with you guys.

I have to take a breather, and the I can come back for more.

We will all get there if we stick to our guns and keep plowing along.

With my luck I will get her running like the beast she is and then break my stock trans as soon as I open the can-o-whoop-azz at the track ...
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Yep, I am right there in the 3800 Turbo bad luck club with you guys.


Amateurs....

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LoL...from the guy who has broken more engines and transmissions than any other member on PFF.
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I had some 2.5mm thick structural carbon fiber cut at UDT on their cnc waterjet. With the material left over I had enough to have 3, 2 1/16th (52mm) 3 gauge panels made for the GT aux gauges. I am keeping one, Garth hasn't got back to me if he wants one. So I may have one, possibly 2 panels for sale. Remember, this is REAL, 2.5mm thick structural carbon fiber. If anyone wants one, they are $100 each. Never to be made again. My photobucket should be back up any day now, I'll post pics when I get them back from UDT.

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I had some 2.5mm thick structural carbon fiber cut at UDT on their cnc waterjet. With the material left over I had enough to have 3, 2 1/16th (52mm) 3 gauge panels made for the GT aux gauges. I am keeping one, Garth hasn't got back to me if he wants one. So I may have one, possibly 2 panels for sale. Remember, this is REAL, 2.5mm thick structural carbon fiber. If anyone wants one, they are $100 each. Never to be made again. My photobucket should be back up any day now, I'll post pics when I get them back from UDT.


I'd be interested in one.
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I had some 2.5mm thick structural carbon fiber cut at UDT on their cnc waterjet. With the material left over I had enough to have 3, 2 1/16th (52mm) 3 gauge panels made for the GT aux gauges. I am keeping one, Garth hasn't got back to me if he wants one. So I may have one, possibly 2 panels for sale. Remember, this is REAL, 2.5mm thick structural carbon fiber. If anyone wants one, they are $100 each. Never to be made again. My photobucket should be back up any day now, I'll post pics when I get them back from UDT.



I might be in for one, but I'm gonna wait for the pictures.
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photobucket says I am on the NO-NO list for 7 more days.
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If you want to host some pictures temporarily until your Photobucket is back, I would recommend imgur. You don't even need to sign up, just upload.
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Woohooo photos back up!
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Not Fiero related but, this is where I got the CF pieces from. Nothing like cutting up a $1000 case.





Done, for now. I just got an oven, powder coating rig and media blaster. Oh the fun to come!



Gonna take it all back apart and powder coat the chassis black chrome and have the waterjet guys redo the top vent trim to match the front intake bezel. I tried to brush the aluminum myself but the clear blushed a few days after bringing it into the house. It cured for 3 days in the hot ass garage, but it wasnt enough. So I had to strip it and polish as best as I could.

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So in keeping with my break from this devil-spawn of a car, I am going to get busy transplanting the LQ1 from Garth's 87GT into his "new" 85GT this weekend. For those that asked about the parts from the 87 or taking the 87 roller off my hands, I should be in a better position by next weekend. Otherwise, and I hate to do it, the 87 is going to the scrapyard.
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Few things, the 87GT (roller) is stripped and going to be picked up for scrap by P&P. I cant believe no one wanted a FREE 87GT roller with a clean title. Garths 85 is almost done. I am just waiting on a few odds and ends before I put the engine back in. I now help my friend from time to time at his powder coating shop and have access to some cool stuff! So expect my 88 to get the full treatment. If anyone wants pc work done, let me know! I have tons of stock parts so I can offer an exchange service on some things. This keeps your down time at a minimum.

As for the 88. Well, its still setting in the exact spot I parked it when it broke (driveway). Once the 87 is gone and the 85 can roll round, it will go back in the garage and get torn apart. Not looking forward to how much its going to cost me this time. Lets hope its just in the clutch/trans. Good news is, I can now powder coat whatever I want, ceramic coat the headers, y-pipe and downpipe. Hey, I got to look for something good.

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Getting close to finishing up the 85GT. Then I'll get on the 88.



Its been a good 20+ yrs. Rest in piece ol girl


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Well it fought me every step of the way, but I proved even more stubborn than an inanimate object... ????

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E mail sent.

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I had 3 of these 2.5mm thick structural carbon fiber gauge panels made. The response has been overwhelming. I am looking into making more but I need to source some CF sheets.

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I also got more done on Garth's 85 but ended up getting an antibiotic resistant string of pneumonia so I have been pretty much incapacitated for the last 3 weeks.

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P&P offered me $50 and will haul away Garths old 87GT for free. I hate to see it go to waste like that (clear title and all) but, I cant have it here. Why the HOA hasn't busted my balls over it yet is a mystery. One last time before it goes....


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