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Build Thread: Customizing My 87' GT by mitchjl22
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I am working on my A/C system desperately trying to get it working in this 111 degree heat. THANKFULLY the orfice tube isn't BLACK death!

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Made it to page 3!!!

Why isn't the picture working.... (Edit: Got it)

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Originally posted by mitchjl22:

I am working on my A/C system desperately trying to get it working in this 111 degree heat. THANKFULLY the orfice tube isn't BLACK death!

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Made it to page 3!!!

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must be too big

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I charged the A/C system last night and got it to 40psi on the low side. Not quite sure how much freon i used but i didn't quite use a whole can of 18oz 134a
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Bought my Donor car today. $1200 delivered.






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The car has 105k miles and from what i hear is a special edition. It has paddle shifters and a HUD. Heated leather interior as well as many other features.

IM SO EXCITED! Happy 18th birthday to me from my dad.
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You gonna reuse any of the interior?. Or just part it out to make your $$$ back?
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I'm trying to part it out and make $$$ back, or I'm willing to barter/trade for swap parts if anyone has any. I shot a quick video of the inside and the engine and damage. I also did a bit of research on the car and it is a Comp G edition with paddle shifter tapshift trans and HUD. It was a really badass car and could be fixed and driven, but im afraid the body work needed to make it good is too expensive to make it worth fixing, so out comes the motor.

I'll put a post in the mall, but so far im looking to sell:
  • Wheels/tires (17x6) Enkei Factory wheels.
  • Interior
  • Transmission
  • HUD and Tapshift assembly
  • Original Owners manual
  • CD Player
  • Monsoon Radio
  • On-Star Mirror
  • etc



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The supercharger works....

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Sexy!!

What an awesome dad.

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BTW I meant the supercharger whine was sexy...I can't speak to the attractiveness of your father.

I was just beginning to wonder where this thread had gone and was trying to look it up. You must have read my mind.

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Yeah my dad is awesome! This is my 18th birthday present (all expenses paid)

Here's my dad and I and our fieros at last years Northwest Fiero Fest
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Here are the wheels I bought today. They will be using the tires from the wrecked grand prix

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Looks most dope man! I just completed a 3.4L DOHC swap in mine, you'll be super pleased with that 3800SC. Looking forward to following more of your build!
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2013 Fiero Fest this year was amazing. To my extreme surprise, Zeus made it all the way there and back like he'd done it a million times. My recently fixed air conditioning was great and it was ice cold during the entire trip. My new wheels and tires stayed nice looking and new, I placed 3rd in the custom modified class. Here are some pictures from the show:















On another note, I pulled the engine from the GTP yesterday, we decided the easiest way was to do it Fiero style.


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More to come!

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Hey man awesome car and good luck with your build, I saw a video of your car late at night a month or so ago (before I found your thread) and I must say awesome car. I was wondering where did your dad get the logo projectors? I think that they are pretty neat myself and would like to see prices and availability on them. Good luck and again awesome car man!
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Hey man awesome car and good luck with your build, I saw a video of your car late at night a month or so ago (before I found your thread) and I must say awesome car. I was wondering where did your dad get the logo projectors? I think that they are pretty neat myself and would like to see prices and availability on them. Good luck and again awesome car man!


Thanks for the comment, I appreciate it!

Logo Projectors are available here: http://www.tlg-auto.com/Fie...or_p/fieroled029.htm
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Thanks for the site man, they have some neat stuff that Im going to just have to check out lol I appreciate it a ton and good luck with your car man!
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Quick video of the latest upgrades.

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Looks awesome man! Love watching this car getting better and better. Those logo projectors are something else! Seats look great too. I just got mine in and have to put them on now...I hear it's a pain. How was the install on yours? Anyways, still watching and loving what you're doing.


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Looks awesome man! Love watching this car getting better and better. Those logo projectors are something else! Seats look great too. I just got mine in and have to put them on now...I hear it's a pain. How was the install on yours? Anyways, still watching and loving what you're doing.


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My dad got them for my birthday last year, and installed them with my grandpa (he used to out on seat covers almost identical with hog rings and such) If i remember correctly, it took him a few hours. And, Thanks man theres a few people following me that help keep me motivated to get it finished up!
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Yeah Mr Mike does fine work, I'm currently in the midst of installing mine. Your interior is super clean, I'm really diggin' it! The lower door upholstery kit from TLG automotive that you have, was that difficult to install, also how long did those take you? I've been thinking about getting some myself.
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Yeah Mr Mike does fine work, I'm currently in the midst of installing mine. Your interior is super clean, I'm really diggin' it! The lower door upholstery kit from TLG automotive that you have, was that difficult to install, also how long did those take you? I've been thinking about getting some myself.


I actually had that lower door panel upholstery done by a shop locally. The upholstery color is Grand Prix Beechwood. We found it in a catalog and I think it was $275 to have it done. The difference between my door panels, and the TLG ones, is the integrated map pocket. It was an idea the upholstery shop had while making air plane door panels.


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Hadn't noticed the map pocket haha, looks most dope! The TLG lower door upholstery is nice but its also nice having storage, I may have to poke around locally for a shop. Hope you don't mind me stealing that idea, look forward to the 3800SC build also!! You've given your Fiero alot of character with your mods thus far, its exciting to see how that will transition back to the engine bay.
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Keyless entry finally got checked off the list after having it half installed for 2+ years. Check out my GTP Horn swap also,

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Horn sounds good. Also the remote locking/unlocking is really cool. I like how you rigged it to flash the lights. How hard was it to wire all that in?

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It really wasn't too bad at all! It would've been a lot easier if someone did a step by step or showed where to splice wires, but it was really easy once i found out which wires I needed to splice. (Parking Lights brown wire, trunk release is black stripe) I'd take pictures and post them if anyone wanted to see!
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New Water pump Engine with 105k miles




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Bare Cradle Ready for Paint


Dogbone cut off of Coil Bracket and painted flat black


Spec Stage 3 Arrived today

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New Update












What Do about the Colored Areas?
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Ordering this Thermostat housing gasket


Got the Fuel System Finished Today,




I used a 3ft Stainless braided hose and I can snake it under the battery tray away from the exhaust! It just happened to work great!
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Started and almost finished low mount...

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Welded and painted T-Stat Housing.


Installed New Ball Joints



Relocated Coil Packs



That's all for now. I plan on painting that low mount alt bracket black to match btw.
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This is the solution i came up with to fix the bracket it cut off.


Temporary 4" Intake - I'll run it into the fender later


Cradle now as it sits.

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Well, nobody has said anything about the swap on my build thread since I started it 2.5+ months ago.....i think thats kinda weird. But anywaym I have a very small update. We have been out of school for a week due to the Thanksgiving break, and let me say, I never thought I'd find myself ever wanting to go back to school, but I want to now mire than ever. I just want to finish up my car! I've done most of the work and the list is very short before the first start. I still have some crucial things to do, like finish the low mount alt, fill the motor and trans with oil, tighten the trans bolts, double check the ball joints, wire the engine to the PCM, and then I fire it up. Exhaust is next. I'm going to run the bullet cat and spintech muffler setup.

Here's something I got to finish the low mount.



And How I'm going to do my exhaust:
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Super happy and excited, got the wiring harness from FieroFlyer, and its great. Can't wait to get it installed. A little progress....

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On a side note, I got my senior pictures back,


Excited, should have a first start here in a few days.
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I can't tell if those are the stock rubber cradle bushings or not from the pics. Are you replacing them with the solid aluminum RD parts?
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They are stock rubber, but will be replaced next time I drop the cradle for the f23.
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I really want to paint the valve covers and supercharger, but I also just want a really stock looking swap... maybe when I get headers and my F23, I'll pull of the supercharger, and covers and spray them with some nice paint... I think another thing holding me back is deciding what color I want to paint my car.... If I got yellow, I want that to translate back into the engine bay. But right now, I just am not 100% sure what I want.

I got the last few things needed to bolt this thing back in and get it read for the first start and drive next week.

88' Oil pressure sensor, longer spark plug wire, and serp belt.... almost there...

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Belt used was a 78" Napa Gates belt.

I got the belts on, wiring pretty much done, starter installed, and now I need some guidance on what to do with some VAC lines on the motor...









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First start TODAY!!! Wohoo! it sounded great, have to finish up the re install tomorrow!
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