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My 3800SC Swap Revamped by MstangsBware
Started on: 01-11-2014 09:39 AM
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Report this Post01-11-2014 09:39 AM Click Here to See the Profile for MstangsBwareClick Here to Email MstangsBwareSend a Private Message to MstangsBwareEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
After 6 years or so on the road as a DD I decided it was time to take it down for a clean up and add some MODs back to it. After several months its almost ready to hit the road. Here is what it looks like after a little TLC.


Added IC back to swap along with Cobra HE and modded my windshield washer tank for a reservoir.





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Washer tank for reservoir...................What a GREAT idea!!

I am doing front end rebuild at this moment.
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Looks good, what pulley are you running?

I never use my washer because it never sees rain but you said you are dd-ing it. What are you doing for a washer tank?
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Can you use washer fluid and still use your windshield sprayers?

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Looks good, what pulley are you running?

I never use my washer because it never sees rain but you said you are dd-ing it. What are you doing for a washer tank?


2.8 pulley.....The car hasnt had a washer tank in 6 years so I added it back to use as a reservoir. I never have used the windshield washer setup on any Fiero I have had.
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Looks great Stephen! No pink and I really like how clean the engine is! -Jason
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Originally posted by Fierofreak00:

Looks great Stephen! No pink and I really like how clean the engine is! -Jason


Thanks man...No pink this time..All manly black...The rails u provide really clean the swap up.. Best rails on the market IMO...
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no DogBone???

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no DogBone???


I painted it and it was still drying a the time I took the picture. Will have a poly dogbone up top in the stock location....
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