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First time in a V8 Fiero. by AL87
Started on: 04-24-2013 04:16 PM
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Last post by: Danyel on 02-25-2014 10:42 PM
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I have a 3800. And I sure as heck liked the old 2.8 also.

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2.8 does the job adequately for normal driving and is fun. The only engine I didn't care for was my 88 2.5. I have had a 2.8, a 350 Vortech V8, a N*, a turbo N*, and a turbo LS4. All of them are lots of fun in a Fiero. No 3800scs yet, but I would like to go for a ride in one. I'm sure that I would like one but since I already have three aluminum V8 Fieros I don't see that happening.
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I've had a 2.5, 2.8 and a 305 ...now I have a 350 V8...also tried a 3800 SC II all were stick..... loved them all but I'm like a Harley owner I prefer the rumble of a V8 motor... but must admit that SC 3.8 was fun to drive too .....

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I think I should do a Jay and put a jet in mine! LOL

That way I can bypass the 4, 6, 8 hype

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Originally posted by Snapperhead:

I think I should do a Jay and put a jet in mine! LOL

That way I can bypass the 4, 6, 8 hype

Vince


Good luck backing out of the driveway.
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Good luck backing out of the driveway.


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