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this also

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that car is going to scream, cant wait to see it finished and see some 1/4 mile times. Lots of work here, something i NEVER would have thought to do

I do like the way you have stretched the fram, looks nicely done. Something I always thought about the fiero was that it wasnt quite long enough in the wheelbase, I bet its going to improve in handling a little as well

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engine starting to come together

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looks like an indy car engine or something nice work.

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It's gonna be Wicked!

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Any new body pic's..??

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have you seen the scoop pics on page 3 smoooooth

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hey bubbajoe, the engine in the green car carbed? and what size is it? rough estimate on how much that swap cost you to do? it looks good, re-vitalizing my intest in a caddy 4.x swap

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what color is the Green fiero? i like it alot

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what color is the Green fiero? i like it alot

Green

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GTFiero1
1994 4.9 and cost 1000 canadian to do myself

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lushious lime a ppg concepts colour have the code but is $128. per quart

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Any closer to figuring out how to turn the distributor? That motor looks so trick. Keep up the great work.

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fuel system done except for the other stacks (on back order) time to go back to fiberglassing and the ichies while I wait for more parts

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got that figured out already Just waiting for the parts then will show how to do it here

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Roy

got that figured out already Just waiting for the parts then will show how to do it here


Can't wait to see it. This thing is going to turn some heads. Old tech meets new tech... gotta love that!

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i still dont see the reason for the effort.
why add 12 inches unless you were gonna add it to the cab? I would rather have 12 more inches of storage than that, but thats me.

good luck on on your crazy ass project.

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i still dont see the reason for the effort.

*cough*PorscheTransaxle*cough*

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Those throttle-levers-arms and carbs remind me of my miniature ancient steammachine toy! (which btw is in a box in the attick, I have bigger toys now!) Looks like a great "Mecano" job to hook up all the carbs. It's definately an original setup
What material did you use for the spacers between the carb's and the modded intake?

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*cough*PorscheTransaxle*cough*

Mama said: you put on a coat when you go outside....!

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paint it black and put all the hearse trim on it and put some black lights in the back for show. the "haul ass hearse" is its new name

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The extra 12" is to accommodate the engine/transaxle which will be mounted longitudinally. Stay tuned.

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*cough*PorscheTransaxle*cough*

why is it so special, im for real, not jokeing

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phenolic spacers custom cut to isolate the carbs from engine heat

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why is it so special, im for real, not jokeing

OK then... when putting massive amounts of power into a stock Fiero setup, transmissions are notorious for breaking under high HP/TQ stresses. On the other hand, the porsche transaxle setup (which is built longitudially - front to back) is a proven high power setup. So in order to accomodate this kind of installation (N* + Porsche Transaxle), the chassis (specifically the engine-bay) must be stretched to fit.

Does that make a bit more sense then?

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Woulden't useing a caddie or tornado tranny work better? Those things car built to take gobs of torque.

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No.

 
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Woulden't useing a caddie or tornado tranny work better? Those things car built to take gobs of torque.

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Hey, BubbaJoe - you should install expanded metal inside that rear extension, just above the engine. You could use it as a portable barbeque!

Just jokin.. Cool concept, looks like it's coming together nicely. Keep up the good work.

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No.

Agreed, but a reason might be warranted

...because the Caddy & Toronado trannies weigh a ton, and are all automatics! The Porsche is a 5 speed manual and is comparatively light.

Oh yeah, and 'cause no one has ever done it like this before

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you got that right the porsche transaxle is only 65 lbs and the 425 is almost 220 and I dont want no auto its a sports car not grannies car driving an auto makes me feel ill

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I dont want no auto its a sports car not grannies car ...


But it's a going to be a STATIONWAGON!

Kidding....

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no a sports back

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dist. system almost done will post pics very soon

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You go bubbajoe you are the innovator,creator when it comes to taking bold steps in the Fiero world..

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Nice project. Good luck with it.

When I saw the early pic's, I thought it was going to be a pickup, much like the VW pickup

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Just out of curiosity, why have you opted for a distributor over an electric ignition? This seems like a perfect place for something like the Megajolt Lite:
http://picasso.org/mjlj/index.jsp http://www.bgsoflex.com/mjl/mjl_edis.html

To each his own, of course. I'm all for high tech when it comes to engine management. I'd take injection over carburetion anyday! I'm on of those "kids" who thinks carburetors are too complex.

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i love the strech on the fiero, the engine looks mean as hell, i dont know if youre still going to use the porsche trany i didnt read all the pages, but just a though the subaru wrx trany has a 6 speed manual and there is a kit to make the internals stronger the whole thing it probably cheaper than the porcshe oh and there is a kit to make it front wheel drive only that way you lose half the trany and the weight with it. some thing to look at.

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I never looked at the Fiero as a platform for a station wagon. I will reserve comment on the appearance but I will say that it's certainly an original idea.

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