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Cool. So the boots are removable without too much trouble? Any problems with the larger dia wire?


had no trouble at all removing the boots just make sure the liners are not cracked or they leak like a sive spark wise
the larger wire went in without trouble with a little vasoline

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will be going out tomorrow to pick up a complete front suspension from another fiero tomorrow to start building the front coil over setup for the car


If it's anything like the rear suspension there won't be much Fiero left to it. I will definetly be watching!

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If it's anything like the rear suspension there won't be much Fiero left to it. I will definetly be watching!


hoping to make it so others can copy it for there own cars 84 to 87 and upgrade to a better ride

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well i pulled the doner suspenson out this morning with the help of bobert and have almost stripped down will post pics tomorrow

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here are some of the pics of the start of the suspension upgrade will post all pics of the progress

here is the lower control are trimmed of all the unnessesary pieces



this is the jag coil over modified for ajustable spring height
easy to do just remove the stock spring and spring mount
then install the new spring and threaded sleave and install the spring stop



here is the cross member with the spring cup and bump stop removed

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everthing will be sand blasted and painted with bridge primer then a coat of gray por15 the topcoated in metalic silver

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been a noisy day had the air show flying over the house for 3 hours

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Nice flyby....looks like a MiG17, MiG23 and MiG29.....

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picked up some steel today to make up the suspension jig and will start making it up today

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the jig is almost done just a few more pieces the all the holes needed to reinstall the new unit will be located on the jig

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A little something for bubbajoe to think about,.................

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Custom photochop by Custom2m4



chopping the top is a no no with the firebird rear glass I know of only one 84 firebird with a chop top and it cost him 12 grand
4 grand for the chop the balance for 4 rear windows that never fit finaly had to settle for one of the flat fglass flat window covers
that make the car look like a notchie

the side scoops well thats worth looking into

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but you only have to make 1 rear window that dosnt fit lol. Wonder if you could do it if you used an rx7 back glass.

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You have those louvers. You could always just lose the glass, and use the louvers, maybe even some plexi panels behind it.

btw; ur welcome ;P jk

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Nice flyby....looks like a MiG17, MiG23 and MiG29.....

http://www.fierocountry.us


Really enjoying reading through your build thread Bubba.

Re: Aircraft photos - looks like an F86, F16, and an F15 to me. ??

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but you only have to make 1 rear window that dosnt fit lol. Wonder if you could do it if you used an rx7 back glass.


rx7 is way too small for the rear may fit a stock body

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Really enjoying reading through your build thread Bubba.

Re: Aircraft photos - looks like an F86, F16, and an F15 to me. ??


you got that right there was a WW II lancaster bomber mesersmit dive bomber ,a10 worthog ,WW II mosquito and a 60's saberjet

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will have update pics tomorrow waiting on new intke manifolds should have them tomorrow from the machine shop

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here is what has been modified to accept the new coilovers

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using the jig I made will keep every mounting hole exactly where it needs to be

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well picked up the new intakes tonight made of 2 30 LBS blocks of aluminum .They are made to be used with the carbs and if the carbs done give the the smooth responce I want I will bring them to the machine shop and have the butterflys installed and the injector bosses milled out for fuel injection



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well got the new intakes installed and now have the breathers back on they way I want them





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That is the most beautiful thing I have seen in a long time. Nice work!!

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This car keeps getting better and better.

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well picked up the new intakes tonight made of 2 30 LBS blocks of aluminum .They are made to be used with the carbs and if the carbs done give the the smooth responce I want I will bring them to the machine shop and have the butterflys installed and the injector bosses milled out for fuel injection


Welcome to the light!!!



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billit made intakes where what I should of went with right from the start

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That's hot.

Is the bottom tapered to the square/rectangular intake ports?

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That's hot.

Is the bottom tapered to the square/rectangular intake ports?


not needed as they drop right into the ports and are equal to the carb bore

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ahh. Are you using o rings for sealing like the stock '00 manifold?

btw, how much did they set you back? (dare I ask?...)

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ahh. Are you using o rings for sealing like the stock '00 manifold?

btw, how much did they set you back? (dare I ask?...)



150 per side to machine and 7.50 per pound for the aluminum stock at 60 pounds no orings I use hight temp rubber gasket composite

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150 per side to machine and 7.50 per pound for the aluminum stock at 60 pounds no orings I use hight temp rubber gasket composite



wow, I would have thought that was backwards - $500 for the machining, $150 for the al stock. You should find a cheaper source of aluminum. Usually it's about $2/lb new, like 80c/lb scrap

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wow, I would have thought that was backwards - $500 for the machining, $150 for the al stock. You should find a cheaper source of aluminum. Usually it's about $2/lb new, like 80c/lb scrap


you will never buy new 6160 here for less than 7.50 the sh**t here in canada is expensive the only way to get it cheeper is to buy the full length 22 ft at 5.00 per lbs

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well the car is running again and the fuel pump and tank are fixed now to balance the hole works up

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Bubbajoexx,

49 pages?? Jeeze..... you need to make a new page with a table of contents on it
I'm gathering parts and ideas for a N* powered street rod project and thought I remembered something about you setting up a N* with Dist and carbs so I started digging around your thread to see what you had come up with. I see back around page 6 that you had a front mount dist but now on page 49 I see some GM looking coil packs. so what did I miss in the middle 43 pages?
I was actually thinking of using an HEI on the end of the cam, but options are always interesting to me.

Your project looking good as usual,
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Bubbajoexx,

49 pages?? Jeeze..... you need to make a new page with a table of contents on it
I'm gathering parts and ideas for a N* powered street rod project and thought I remembered something about you setting up a N* with Dist and carbs so I started digging around your thread to see what you had come up with. I see back around page 6 that you had a front mount dist but now on page 49 I see some GM looking coil packs. so what did I miss in the middle 43 pages?
I was actually thinking of using an HEI on the end of the cam, but options are always interesting to me.

Your project looking good as usual,
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the ignition setup you see is an HPV 1 by electromotive got it real cheep so I am using it but if you weld a mount ing plate to the water log you can go with a gimmler belt driven HEI dist off the cam with little work

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the ignition setup you see is an HPV 1 by electromotive got it real cheep so I am using it but if you weld a mount ing plate to the water log you can go with a gimmler belt driven HEI dist off the cam with little work


Uh hu. I think I will go with a gilmer belt drive off the cam stub, but the unit you discribed comes without an advance mechanism (race only) and by the time you get the "kit" to set it all up with advance it comes out to about $365.00 US...........so I may have to modify a traditional HEI unit. Challenges are fun aren't they.

Thanks,
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Looking great

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Hi all,

Anyone know what lower chin spoiler/ lip that is, under the front bumper??

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It looks like the only venting is on the left side and the bottom. Aren't you worried of things cooking a bit?

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