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I hope those CD's are full of pics and step-by-step proceedures of your build!


with all the pictures had to go to DVD's to get it all to fit

I own another page

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DAMN! I only posted that pic so that I could get page 51!!!!!! I didn't really care... After I posted the comment, I was thinking DVD myself but wasn't sure how computer savy you were...

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DAMN! I only posted that pic so that I could get page 51!!!!!! I didn't really care... After I posted the comment, I was thinking DVD myself but wasn't sure how computer savy you were...


spend as much time workin on the computer as i do on the car web sites to keep up to date

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DAMN! I only posted that pic so that I could get page 51!!!!!! I didn't really care... After I posted the comment, I was thinking DVD myself but wasn't sure how computer savy you were...


buy the way the badges are looking good

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here are the shots of the shortend ram tubes


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What type of struts are you using for the deck lid? Lenght?



the stuts are 39 inches open 29 inches closed

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latest pics of 2 tone breathers and the second set of stacks





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Were did you buy you're ignition (yellow) wires from? Are they from Taylor's?

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Accel wires are yellow also. Don't know if they make a specific set for the N*, but they make sets you can cut to length.

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Were did you buy you're ignition (yellow) wires from? Are they from Taylor's?


I make my own using MSD covers Mallory wire and Caddy 2002 ends

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here is the wire I use




If you make your own wires be sure that each pair on each coil are exactly the same length as you are using a wasted spark system and each pair of wires need to have the same resistance or you will have ignition misses

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finally trimmed the plug covers with the early Nstar emblems

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If you make your own wires be sure that each pair on each coil are exactly the same length as you are using a wasted spark system and each pair of wires need to have the same resistance or you will have ignition misses


Thanks. I've always wanted the colored type like yours and Keith's Orange N*

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Thanks. I've always wanted the colored type like yours and Keith's Orange N*


Your welcome

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here are todays updates

the breathers and plug covers on the car and started the ram air setup in the rear deck lid
fresh air into the brreathers will be supplied via the rear deck vents plumbed directly into the breather snorkles





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here are the scoop pics






the metal under the opening has been removed on the right and the one on the left will also be cut out

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Thank You to My friend Bobert who helped tremenesly in helping me to aquiring the parts I needed to do the new breather setup

Thanks Bob

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its not brokin if I can fix it and if I cant fix it was no good to start with

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Bob, I'd like to suggest that you make a vent similar to what Skitime did with his decklid like this...

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Bob, I'd like to suggest that you make a vent similar to what Skitime did with his decklid like this...





my deck has a slight curve to it and a flat vent will not fit
also there would be to much of the steel aprin removed and cause the deck to twist when opened

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here are todays updates

the breathers and plug covers on the car and started the ram air setup in the rear deck lid
fresh air into the brreathers will be supplied via the rear deck vents plumbed directly into the breather snorkles






it is looking DAMN good.

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Thanks Bob



You're welcome Bubba. I could watch you work all day......sometimes I do.

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cut out and thined out the hole edge to mout the other scoop will sart on the air box this week


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oooo man this thing is getting close to done! you going to be able to bring it to carlisle?

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got a few more parts to come in then back to work on the electric vacuum brakes and the new air duct to the deck vents
will be starting on tuesday and will post the progress .

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i must give you props for a wonderful engine bay, can i give you some advice if youre not already planning it? get some color on those headers.... crome or some kind of paint. man you got one hell of a nice looking engine and some rusty looking headers, ha mine are getting there too, lol. but its spendy. also are you planning to go with some other engine bay walling? it looks like oyu have 3 different types of walls in there, maybe just flat sheet metal and painted?

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i must give you props for a wonderful engine bay, can i give you some advice if youre not already planning it? get some color on those headers.... crome or some kind of paint. man you got one hell of a nice looking engine and some rusty looking headers, ha mine are getting there too, lol. but its spendy. also are you planning to go with some other engine bay walling? it looks like oyu have 3 different types of walls in there, maybe just flat sheet metal and painted?


have all the material to finish the engine bay in 1/8 perf aluminum and a can of heatcast to do the headers in to clean them up
just have to get every thing just right then I will finish the engine bay off completely just waiting for the last 2 orders from ebay to come in

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will be posting pics on the weekend been in bad shape for the last 2 weeks with pinched nerves in my neck

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wow this looks awesome ^_^

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Bump
How it going been awile.
did you post a pic for the trans adapt plate?

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Its gotten pretty cold around here, I dont know where bubba works on his stuff, but I know if it was me I wouldn't be making much progress. Too firggin cold to go outside

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Wow...it just took me 6.5hrs and 8 beers to read this thread from start to finish...I hate dailup. This is coming along great. I remember seeing this thread when I first joined the forum under a different username and thought it was a stupid idea...and I am very glad to be corrected. It's nice to see another Canadian doing something extreme with their Fiero. If I ever get up to Ontario I'll be sure to drop you a line and check it out. A + job.

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Well Bubbajoe, I hope you know that you should go for a little (lol) drive with this car in July. Say down to the summer atlantic nationals, in Moncton, N.B. It would be a nice center piece for the couple fiero's that show up there. I too hope to see your car in person some day.

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just finished building my new computer and been inside out of the cold as I work outside on the car , finished getting the parts together for the electrc vacuum brakes and to beet all got my daily driver totaled tthis morning some in the east lane decided to make a left into my west bound lane .

here are the pics of the bake parts

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Originally posted by bubbajoexxx:got my daily driver totaled tthis morning some in the east lane decided to make a left into my west bound lane


I hope all is okay -- and feel better! Cars are replaceable, lives aren't.

As for the progress, keep it up

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just finished building my new computer and been inside out of the cold as I work outside on the car , finished getting the parts together for the electrc vacuum brakes and to beet all got my daily driver totaled tthis morning some in the east lane decided to make a left into my west bound lane .

here are the pics of the bake parts


Hell, Lets see some computer pics


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Hell, Lets see some computer pics



here you go
Intel D 3.4 ASUS P5WDH deluxe mother board
! tera byte in hard drives
4 gig memory
dvd rom dvd burner
liquid cooling with 3 rads ultra silent
XFX 7600GT 512 video card
600 w power supply
and more





and for the ultimate comfort while on pennock's a fiero chair



as you can see Bob and I built a new top for the desk last night

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Amazing project but what is the reasoning behind using ancient and outdated carburetor technology on a high tech Northstar engine? Carburetors are inefficient and such a system provides no engine management fuction.

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Amazing project but what is the reasoning behind using ancient and outdated carburetor technology on a high tech Northstar engine? Carburetors are inefficient and such a system provides no engine management fuction.



becuase 4 carbs are cool.

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Bubbajoe, I made a post for some discussion on Audi 5000 transmissions at http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/080274.html Do you have anything you might add? (Link editted)
Thanks,
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