I can see in the picture Gall757 provided that it appears that the 88 exhaust system has the EGR farther away from the engine. I used a 87 2.8 and the 87 2.8 exhaust to mock up these vac lines many years ago. I think what I can probably do is supply a short piece of the small (4 mm) stainless steel vac line (maybe about an inch long) and a short length of rubber hose for those with the 88. Added on to the end of the EGR line it would make the 90 degree nipple appear to be longer.
------------------ Rodney Dickman
Fiero Parts And Acc's Web Page: All new web page!:www.rodneydickman.com Rodney Dickman's Fiero accessories 7604 Treeview Drive Caledonia, WI 53108 Phone/Fax (262) 835-9575
And there ya go! Buy from a real person, willing to adjust things or buy from some corporation who has probably never been to PFF. (Or I could be wrong about the Fiero Store. I've never personally had any issues with them.)
For what it's worth, my rule of thumb is to always check Rodney's site first and see if he has what I need. If he doesn't, then I'll go to the Fiero Store. I've always been satisfied with both of them!
------------------ Rod Schneider, Ball Ground, Ga. "You can't have too many toys!" 1988 Fiero GT 1988 Porsche 928S4 1987 Corvette 2001 Chrysler 300M Van's RV-6 airplane
+1 for Rodney's. Installed them on my 88GT and I too had to bend the EGR line a little... The EGR is one long line. If memory serves, I had to trim a little off the EGR line because it was too long. Better too long than short.