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What diameter do you turn the Fiero hubs to for clearance after parting off the rotor portion for the ''88 vette front rotors. I am working on my hubs while I'm waiting for my ebay rotors. Got a whole set of rotors, turned and painted for $22.50 plus shipping...

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just cut the rotor off and thats it no need to resize

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Thank you very much, how about the studs, do I need longer wheel studs.I wouldn't think so. The front studs are the same length as the rear studs and the rears have a hub with a separate rotor just like we are modifying thr front to do.

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you need the front studs from a 1995 grand am gt thet are the right length

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Searched on Auto Zone and Parts America, they both show that Fiero and Grand Am studs are the same part number.

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get them from GM they are 20mm longer to acomidate the removable rotor and have wheel nut pilots at the end
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now have the tach setup to work with V8,s and the speedo to read MPH instead of KLM from 140KLM to 140MPH one good thing with canadian speedo,s the KLM are in white so when converted to MPH the white numbers dont need to be changed here is a pic
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latest update on body. Started to smooth out the hatch and blend it into the body here are some pics



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... i dont know what to say.

nice body work though, i didnt think that would look very good at all. but it seems to have worked ok.

this thing will be interesting when all painted up.

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howd you get the tach to work with the V8?
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used the info on the net then put together a 60 hz square wave generator then installed a 1 meg trimmer and set the the trimmer so the tach would read 900 rpm as it should with the V8 I will convert anyones tach if they need it done just pay the shipping and send me your old tach
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Or you could buy an instrument cluster with the tach converted for V8 operation and the speedo converted to 140 mph for $50 USD + shipping. There are two available at this time, first come first served. If interested let me or Bubba know.

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Hey Joe, how easy would it be to convert a Canadian 190km/h speedo to a 190mph? That would be cool. Looks like you will need another dash mounted tach that can show you 6500-7000rpm for that beast.
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Hi all,

Lookin great bubba......

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Spedo would be for my 3.4dohc fiero project. It'll definitly wrap the stock 120mph spedometer.
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pull your speedo out and tell me what the crystal frequency is all yopu have to do is change the crystal to the new size but need to know what the old one is first
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I also need to change the crystal but I dont even now how it looks like! I have white gauges with 240MPH equal to the stock 120MPH position. I want a crystal that converts 120MPH to 240KMPH. 1: 1.243. Everything is in KM here. how does the crystal look like?

Hey Joe what color will it be painted?

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looks like this

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How do you have the dizzy and coil pack wired together?

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fo you guy's who have the firebird dash here is what I did to the emty air bag hole

and now you dont

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Originally posted by bubbajoexxx:

fo you guy's who have the firebird dash here is what I did to the emty air bag hole

and now you dont

Mmm - Lookin' good

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started the install here are some pics


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that is absolutely amazing!!!!!!!!!
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what kinda hp are you expecting from that motor w/ it being carbed??? 350-400???

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Keep up the ausome work. Looks good to me.

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Originally posted by bubbajoexxx:

started the install here are some pics

That's the same place I put mine. Looks great.

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latest update on dash it is installed and wired now have to put column back in


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Originally posted by bubbajoexxx:

latest update on dash it is installed and wired now have to put column back in

That is sweet!! I've been looking forward to seeing this ever since I heard that BubbajoeXXX bought a firebird dash. I didn't realize this car had an Indy interior. Now I know what my indy would look like if I ever decide to put a firebird dash in it.

I also like the DVD in the airbag area. My dash had an unblown airbag and I can't bring myself to cut open that area. I imagine that I will eventually, so thank's for the idea. But I would still need the screen in the console because mine doubles as the CD player and I need the screen to be able to operate it.

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Hi all,

Comin along greaat bubba.....

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Your car looks awesome. The engine is so cool and now a dash to match. WOW
I like the hatch you built, but thought I'd see what it would look like with large sail panels.
Not sure if I like it any better, what do you think?

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I have a question here, regarding the brake conversion. Did you upgrade the brake master cylinder when doing this swap? I know the pistons in those calipers are much bigger than the Fieros and they are going to need more fluid. Which will make the brake pedal feel soft and maybe go to the floor. What brake master cylinder was used in this conversion?

BTW, Great work and write up on your project! I can see that engine swap had to take alot of creative thinking to get it to work.

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Originally posted by fourpoint9:

Your car looks awesome. thought I'd see what it would look like with large sail panels.
what do you think?

Are you kidding ? That looks great !

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3.8 SC

I use the Vette master from the 75 to 80 vette plenty of fluid and made for disk brakes
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Just finished revising the intake to better suit the N* high rpm output by increasing runner length on the intake using 356 Porsche intakes on home made adapters .
To see the pics click the link
http://www.fortunecity.com/skyscraper/switch/67/id222.htm

pip not working right now will try to post the pics later
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Any updates on someone making the parts for the brake upgrade? I'm in line!!!
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First let me say Awesome work. Can't wait to the finished product!!!!!!!!!

A brake question......Will everything from an 88 Vette work.....All four rotors, calipers and brackets? Anything else I need to know when picking up these parts. Trying to get a junk yard package together.

Thanks and an A+
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Just finished revising the intake to better suit the N* high rpm output by increasing runner length on the intake using 356 Porsche intakes on home made adapters .

Looks like the intakes really match the headers ! And you can almost look into the engine and see how it works!
Whats next? its wicked.
What about transparent valvecovers or a sealed heatresistant minicam and strobe light in the oilpan to monitor your crank on your dash screen?

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