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Say hello to project Wallet Drainer. by Chief08
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Hey guys, I finally got my hands on a good 88 GT with t-tops. I bought it and drove it home 800 miles with no issues. I have a lot of plans for this car with a planned budget of $20 - $25K. That being said, I'll be needing lots of help and input from you guys. Plans include:

Exterior: Complete paint job: need help deciding on a color. New sail panel windows, fog lights (suggestions), powder coat engine vents and wiper arms, LED tail lights.

Wheels/tires: having trouble finding a 17x7 F, 17x 8 , or 18x8 rear.

Engine/Trans Swap: I really need help here, I can't weld, or do Fab work, so I either need to find someone who does swaps, or find someone to help with the Fab work. Considering 3800 SC with F40.

Interior: Custom leather heated seats, momo Evo steering wheel, G1 Dash, Dakota Digital HDX custom gauge package. Push button start with keyless entry, navigation head unit, carpet, door panels, new seat belt webbing, new shift knob, illuminated power window switches, tint, homelink auto dimming mirror, and HUD if possible. I would also like to add a more modern climate control panel/interface.

I'm sure there is more, but this is a good start.

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Great name! When I saw the car for sale I thought that for me it would be a finished car...
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Well, it doesn't actually "need" anything, but this is a project car for me, so it's just the starting point as it sits now.
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Yea, I would so drive that car as is.
I would enjoy it for a while before diving into mods, but that`s just me.
Have fun.
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Considering 3800 SC with F40.


Complete kit to install F40 6-speed
(you need to buy a transmission too)
http://www.v8archie.us/master-kit.html

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I hear ya, but I've been waiting for this for a long time. Everything I plan to do is an improvement from where it is now.

 
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Yea, I would so drive that car as is.
I would enjoy it for a while before diving into mods, but that`s just me.
Have fun.


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Thanks, I'll check it out.


[ QUOTE]Originally posted by fierosound:


Complete kit to install F40 6-speed
(you need to buy a transmission too)
http://www.v8archie.us/master-kit.html

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Has anyone used the Fiero Store reproduction door panels with the speakers? I'm just wondering if you like them, and if they are good quality.
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That is a nice looking car as it sits. Welcome and good luck with the build.
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Thanks, it does look good. I call it the skunk.


 
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That is a nice looking car as it sits. Welcome and good luck with the build.


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you get that car near sacramento ca
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Yes I did.
 
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you get that car near sacramento ca


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There’s a guy on Facebook doing ls4 swaps. I think he’ll offer turnkey swaps on the cradle.
Might be worth looking into.
Can wait to see what you’ll do with it.
Remember, friends don’t let friends drive stock Fieros.

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Thanks I'll definitely check it out. My concern with a V8 is that the torque may be too much for a t-top car.

QUOTE]Originally posted by KissMySSFiero:

There’s a guy on Facebook doing ls4 swaps. I think he’ll offer turnkey swaps on the cradle.
Might be worth looking into.
Can wait to see what you’ll do with it.
Remember, friends don’t let friends drive stock Fieros.

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Does anyone know the proper way to stow the t-tops in the trunk?
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You should have a bag for each T-top and a set of straps int the trunk to hold them in place.
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The straps are there but, I'm not sure how to arrange them in The straps. Do I stack the panels on top of each other?
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So, I think I've decided on a color. This is House of Color's Wild Cherry.

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I removed the seat belts and sent them off to be reconditioned and add black webbing.


I also replaced the door strikers with better ones, this made a huge difference.


More to follow.
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Did the new door striker help with the clanky close? What part did you use? Thanks!
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Yes, my doors don't clunk any more, well worth the $16. This is what I used.



QUOTE]Originally posted by turbo86se:

Did the new door striker help with the clanky close? What part did you use? Thanks![/QUOTE]

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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Chief08:

Thanks I'll definitely check it out. My concern with a V8 is that the torque may be too much for a t-top car.

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No, its not.

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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Chief08:

Thanks I'll definitely check it out. My concern with a V8 is that the torque may be too much for a t-top car.

QUOTE][b]

No, its not.


Awesome, good to know. I'm looking at an LS4/F40 swap.
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I finished up the dynamat today, and the new carpet came in


Also, I got new wheels/tires, but when I went to mount them, I discovered that the studs are too short.

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I removed the seat belts and sent them off to be reconditioned and add black webbing.

More to follow.


Where did you send the seat belts to? I've been wanting to do this but all the information I've seen says that it's difficult to still have a functioning retractor afterwards.

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Where did you send the seat belts to? I've been wanting to do this but all the information I've seen says that it's difficult to still have a functioning retractor afterwards.



I sent them to a place in Massachusetts called safety restore, e everything seems to be fine.
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Can anyone recommend a set of rotors that are bigger than stock that don't require modification?
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Something like this 13" brake rotor kit?


13" rotor upgrade that allows you to retain the stock calipers, parking brake and parking brake cables. It is a bolt on installation w/o any other modifications to the upright or a-arms for proper clearance. It does require 17" wheels, use with lowering ball joints is not recommended due to interference issues, and longer braided stainless steel brake hoses are typically used as well.
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum4/HTML/060122.html
http://fieroguruperformance.com/
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Something like this 13" brake rotor kit?


13" rotor upgrade that allows you to retain the stock calipers, parking brake and parking brake cables. It is a bolt on installation w/o any other modifications to the upright or a-arms for proper clearance. It does require 17" wheels, use with lowering ball joints is not recommended due to interference issues, and longer braided stainless steel brake hoses are typically used as well.
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum4/HTML/060122.html
http://fieroguruperformance.com/


Yes, something like that. What are those pieces of hardware shown with the rotors?

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Well, I got the new seat belts put in. I also installed the new carpet on the passenger side, but with the dynamat and the stock carpet underneath, it is too thick, so I can't get the trim pieces to line up properly. Unfortunately I am going to have to remove it. The carpet listed for sale in the mall.


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I plan on testing your t-top theory now that my 1988 Mera water leak is fixed and on the road. It has a 1996 Northstar V8 with auto trans in it.

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I plan on testing your t-top theory now that my 1988 Mera water leak is fixed and on the road. It has a 1996 Northstar V8 with auto trans in it.

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Sweet, let me know how it works out.
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Yes, something like that. What are those pieces of hardware shown with the rotors?


To run larger rotors with the stock calipers, you have to space the caliper out from the rotor center. The flat brackets with 4 holes move the calipers out to accept the 13" rotors vs 10 1/2" stock.
The rotors come from another application which uses a larger center bore for alignment to the hub. To keep the rotors properly centered on the smaller fiero hub, concentric rings are required to fill the gap.
The other two smaller parts are to extend the passenger side parking brake cable.
Bolts are needed to attach everything.
Sandpaper is provided to clean the rust off the hubs where the concentric rings fit.

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To run larger rotors with the stock rotors, you have to space the caliper out from the rotor center. The flat brackets with 4 holes move the calipers out to accept the 13" rotors vs 10 1/2" stock.
The rotors come from another application which uses a larger center bore for alignment to the hub. To keep the rotors properly centered on the smaller fiero hub, concentric rings are required to fill the gap.
The other two smaller parts are to extend the passenger side parking brake cable.
Bolts are needed to attach everything.
Sandpaper is provided to clean the rust off the hubs where the concentric rings fit.


Ok, that makes sense. Thanks for the info, I truly appreciate it.

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So I finally got the wheels mounted after the wheel stud fiasco.

Next, I'll be installing the homelink mirror. Can anyone suggest a fairly easy place to tap into accessory power?
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So I finally got the wheels mounted after the wheel stud fiasco.

Next, I'll be installing the homelink mirror. Can anyone suggest a fairly easy place to tap into accessory power?


What make of wheels did you buy? Size and offset please.
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What make of wheels did you buy? Size and offset please.




They are TSW Seibring 17"×8" 35mm offset.
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I finally got my switch panel set up.

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Originally posted by fieroguru:

Something like this 13" brake rotor kit?


13" rotor upgrade that allows you to retain the stock calipers, parking brake and parking brake cables. It is a bolt on installation w/o any other modifications to the upright or a-arms for proper clearance. It does require 17" wheels, use with lowering ball joints is not recommended due to interference issues, and longer braided stainless steel brake hoses are typically used as well.
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum4/HTML/060122.html
http://fieroguruperformance.com/


Are the rotors drilled to the Fiero bolt pattern?
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Are the rotors drilled to the Fiero bolt pattern?


Not for their OEM application,
Yes, when purchased as part of my brake kit.
I have also posted a DIY thread on how you can drill them yourself as well.
http://www.fiero.nl/cgi-bin...0346&style=printable
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