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Building a Newest Project thread table of contents for myself due to the length.
Then I thought I should share with everyone, so here's the Table of Contents:

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1 12 inch stretch wagon concept with N* / Porsche transaxle / Webber fuel system

2 Stripped down and stretch welded together / Dellorto carbs / 2001 Northstar

3 Hinged Fiberglass wagon roof / Modified stretched side scoops

4 Original carb spacers installed on Northstar

5 Kammback wagons / Belt driven distributor idea

6 Transadapter plate / Cost effectiveness / Diff rotation direction

7 Stock shifter cable / Custom fabricated headers / Oil cooler / Exhaust with Supertraps / 12 inch 1985 Corvette front brakes (adapter and concentric ring)

8 Specs & drawings on brake adapters / 1972-1980 Corvette master cylinder / Link to more Bubbajoexxx pictures on his site

9 Steps of 12" 88 Corvette rotors front brake swap with link / Corvair hubs for larger bearings and 5x4-3/4 bolt pattern / Rear Corvette brake adapter brackets 84-87 and 88-96

10 Diamond plate engine bay / Northstar lowered into stretched engine bay / HPV1 stand alone ignition system

11 Rear caliper adapter bracket drawings / Link to audio clip of first fire up of Northstar

12 Guages converted to V8 / Firebird dash swap with LCD TV / 94 Firebird console / Porsche 356 intake runners mod with link

13 Carpeted firewall to match console and dash / Link to frame stretch steps with pics / Dual radiator setup in side scoops / Poll on wagon vs. notchback vs. fastback vs. hatchback

14 The member brainstorming continues with photoshops of the front runner idea of a clear hatch glass over the engine

15 Firebird wrap around rear spoiler idea / Shots of the contents where trunk used to be / Bubbajoexxx goes ahead with 3rd Gen Camaro glass hatch

16 Steps with pics of the rear hatch installation using sheet metal molds and fiberglass / Photoshop in tangerine orange / Bubbajoe's trademark black satin roof treatment

17 More pics of the hatch install with forum member brainstorming on scoops on the b-pillar or roof / Search for rear wing / Carb setup to change to velocity stacks

18 88 Daytona wraparound spoiler chosen / Details and pics of the Fiero rear decklid being bonded to the Camaro decklid / Rear defroster on hatchglass

19 Rear Fiero latch to be used with custom hook / Cliff Pennock makes backup of thread / Corvette C5 17/18" rims / Front Corvair hub upgrade for larger bearings and correct bolt pattern for rims

20 Details on upgrading the rear with modified S10 - Blazer or S15 - Jimmy uprights to fit Corvette C4 brake upgrade and new Corvette C5 rim bolt pattern

21 Buildup of adjustable rear coilover struts / Suggestion to send completed pics to Pontiac Enthusiast, Hot Rod, and GM High Performance magazines

22 Roof section reinstalled to match slope of rear hatch using SMC bonding agent / Fiberglass work to finish shape / Rear 89 Daytona wraparound wing modifications and installation

23 Indy Fiero hood emblem restored and customized / Cliff's notes version of build to date / Idea to customize Fiero rear tailights

24 Upgrade to C5 Corvette rear suspension - buildup with pics / This car was a 100% Indy saved from being parted out

25 New custom fabrication of engine cradle to upgrade with the C5 rear suspension arms

26 Lambo Muira was to be Bubba's next build / Audi TT 5 speed short throw shifter upgrade / Aluminum cradle bushings but rubber transaxle and engine mounts / DVD and LCD monitor

27 Audi TT gas cap mod / Link to Factory Five's GTM / New 4-channel remote for accessories

28 Audi TT shifter is installed into Firebird console / Replaced the GT aero nose with an 87 Formula style and rear bumper upgrade begins

29 Old cradle removed with engine suspended on stand so new rear suspension can be installed / Rear bearing and knuckle mods sizes with pics / Rear strut towers removed

30 Hub and bearing discussion with GM part numbers and pictures (S10 Blazer and C5 Corvette)

31 Bubba's Fiero Computer chair / Removal of rear body panels for frame upgrade now that shock towers are removed / Winter in Canada!

32 Front trunk compartment and weight distribution discussion / Driver's side of new rear frame progress / Corvette rear brake upgrade questions

33 Passenger side frame upgrade progress / New rear frame section built to suit the Corvette suspension / Splicing the frame together

34 The rear cli[p and hatch are reassembled / Next evolution of carburator intakes to clear hatch

35 Flare of rear fenders utilizing old notchie clip to widen 2 inches with step by step instructions and detailed pics / Pictures of the complete car back on the ground / Photoshop updates

36 Discussion on removing bodyside mouldings / Fabricating and fitting new rear inner fender flares with pictures

37 Corvette vertical grills with idea of using as replacement side scoops / Photoshop ideas on scoops and removing Sail Panels

38 Discussion on Norm's Fiberglass front end / Bubba explains his limitations physically / Lots of pictures showing finish work on the rear fenders and scoops

39 Louvers or no louvers - forum members vote their opinions / Discussions on what parts would be used for a custom front suspension build up

40 Headliner and sun visors redone / Forum members photoshop and make suggestions on custom side skirts

41 Photoshop brainstorming for a new custom rear end to match side skirts and involves new exhaust and possibly new tailights

42 More development on a new look for the rear of the project / Bubbajoe builds a model replica of his car's frame

43 Shots of the front of the engine showing the pickup for the HPV1 and clearance to the firewall / Dellorto carb info

44 Side skirts go on - contest to guess what they came off of (Caravan) / Hood is refinished / BMW Mini side indicators in front fenders / Front air dam project begins

45 Tons of pictures of the overall car in primer after the front air dam was completed and bolted on / Many compliments from forum members

46 Work begins making a custom rear valance using a bumper cover as a starting mold / Builds attachment brackets to make yet another bolt on part / Work on a barge board for the rear diffuser

47 Rear valance grill to allow hot air to escape out the back / A louvered plate is built to smooth the underside of the car and connects to the side skirts / Custom all red
sequential tailight are made

48 Rear deck upgrade bonded SMC so no metal to rust / New exhaust setup with vertical muffler and four tips under the license plate / Details on spark plug wires custom made

49 Old Fiero front suspension is picked up so that Bubba can design an 84-87 coilover upgrade / New custom machined billet aluminum intakes are made and installed for the carbs

50 Pictures of the installed custom made driveaxles / Fuel lines upgrades / Portable garage / Hatch to roof hinge pics / Fan assisted oil cooler / youtube links to engine sound / 240Z Breathers

51 Hatch strut info / Spark plug wire details / Northstar spark plug covers / Rear decklid intake vents / Electric vacuum brakes buildup / Bubbajoe advises of his car accident / Desktop computer pics

52 Torque discussion on the Porsche 902 transaxle used from the 914 vs. other Porsche units / Radiator intake scoop upgrade

53 Pontiac G6 6-speed HP/Torque rating vs. Porsche 902 unit / Link to Porsche transaxle information / On April 11th, Bubbajoe explains that he is selling the project due to health reasons

54 $10K in the project plus labour but only asking $2K / He wants the project to live on and get to a new home not scraped / Kind words from many forum members / Fiero2m8 is the new owner!

55 Table of Contents / Shift linkage and ride height adjustment / Carburator cleaning / Video of sequential tail lights wired up and functional

56 Dash panel finish work / new slave cylinder and oil pressure sensor / 4 wheel alignment / New windshield installed / Pictures from 25th Fiero show in Pontiac & MIS / Glass hatch window tinting

57 Niagara Wine Route cruise pics / Bubbajoe gets a ride with Fiero2m8 in the newest project / Corvette hood swap / Fiero room is built / rear window shatters

58 88 suspension picked up in TN from late forum member Skoon / Indy seats are refurbished with Mr. Mikes / Pontiac delete from headlight panel / Custom rear window build at glass shop

59 Headlight motor swap / inner dew wipes replaced / DVD monitor, speakers, amps and Subwoofer / Sunroof leaking mod / pics of custom cradle / Decision on full restoration after body removed

60 80-85 Cadillac Seville hub bearings / Porsche transaxle rebuilt / custom pressure plate and kevlar clutch / Northstar dismantled and removed / Space frame painting / panels in primer

61 Transaxle paint / Northstar rebuild / Suspension powdercoating / parts painting / paint order / Air filters, condenser and fan arrive / Ceramic coated headers / 88 cross member install underway

62 Bubbajoe completes Caddy hub bearing upgrade / Silver Indy decals custom made / 88 suspension mounts fabricated / C5 rear suspension powder coated / Mercedes daily driver repair

63 Bearing strength discussion / first pics of painted body panels / buildup of 88 front suspension swap / modded poly bushings for 88 sway bar / front trunk fabrication / pcv manifold

64 Electric vacuum pump for power brakes relocated / front of rebuilt Northstar is dressed with crank sensor, pulleys and serpentine belt / engine cradle reinstalled / C5 rear suspension reassembly

65 Discussion on flywheel bolt torque / #1 cylinder location / Z06 rear sway bar install / stainless brake flex hoses / coolant system, water pump drive and spark plug wire assembly / vacuum tube plumbing

66 Fuel filter install / cross drilling of rear rotors / First startup of 2011 video / new starter install / Optima yellow top / fixing fuel system leaks / finishing of brake system with chrome MC and EBC red stuff pads

67 Throttle linkage repair / stainless rad hose install / copy of of Table of Contents now on page 1, post 1 / rebalance carburator with bent throttle shaft / further discussion on hub bearing upgrade

68 Finishing cooling system / playing around with Cadillac intake cover / worked on wiring new LED reverse lights and tidying up harness with wiring loom / worked on redesign of throttle linkage setup

69 Retuned shifter linkage / painted underside of some body panels / tinted rear tailights / started reassembly of body panels at rear of Fiero / repaired sequential lights and finished rear wiring / reinstalled sunroof panel, fenders, hood, decklid, spoiler, front bumper cover, apron and sideskirts / new decklid vent

70 Smooth door handles / LED clear indicator lens / Door panel assembly, fit and adjustment / ride height adjust / interior door panel reassembly / LED dome lights / Headlight install / headliner recovering / wiring loom upgrade to cool tube / Test drive for photos / found that 4th 5th not working so transaxle removed again

71 Transaxle fixed, painted and re-installed / Transaxle removed again for clutch and pressure plate upgrade / finished building trunk in front compartment / finished with indoor-outdoor carpet / upgraded tailights to LED and reinstalled sequential controls / installed chrome coolant tubing / bought spare transaxle from Bubbajoe / waterproofed roof with new hardware

72 Upholster of headliner and rear window trim panel / new sunroof tracks and seal installation / new slave cylinder install on spare powdercoated Porsche 914 transaxle / reinstall and adjustment of clutch and transaxle / inner dew wipe install / transaxle seal replaced to fix leak

73 Adjusting front ride height by swapping coil insulator with a 3/4" rubber spacer / Flowmaster mufflers installation / List of steps to remove Fiero body panels / Carb rejetting / Repair of broken CV joint / doublec4 HID headlamps build up / GM Powertrain show 2012 pics / Chassis dyno video and results

74 HID headlamp installation / Drive belt replacement with longer version that was easier to tension / pics from local cruise night / details on the HPV-1 and reference material on the Dellorto carbs / Curb weight of 3,150 lbs / Northstar cam discussion / Timken bearing details for 88 bearing upgrade

75 Remove and replaced windshield to install new molding after body off paint job / RPO code review for this chassis / Billet aluminum Optima battery hold down kit install / Custom Sub box build with Grandpa Ray / Porting intake to match heads / Stainless Steel exhaust upgrade / repaint panel on

76 Jet Doctor and various Dellorto jets arrived for tuning / Indy Pace Car decal installation / Dyno tuning air/fuel ratio and setting up carbs for optimum results / Photos from the 30th Anniversary Fiero show at Indy / axle and constant velocity joint upgrade project / upgrade installation of larger clutch and pressure plate / Flywheel re-install and starter swap / curb weight of Fiero2m8 at each corner / wrong parts for transaxle ring and pinion project

77 Photos from Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum GM show / Made acrylic homemade front and rear bumper light lenses and tinted them / Exhaust upgrade with 4 centre tips and stainless mandrel bent tubing / installation of LED switchbacks to simulate LED daytime running or fog lights / Starter upgrade to resolve starter fitment issue / Swap of used transaxle to unit with rebuilt internals / LED taillight project

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Building a Newest Project thread table of contents for myself due to the length.
Then I thought I should share with everyone, so here's the first 15 pages.
If you think it's a good idea I'll keep editing it until it is complete and current.


I think it's a good idea.

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It would also be helpful, because of the size of the thread, if there was a gallery of all the pictures. This is an amazing looking car.

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Thanks Archie - I will finish the table of contents and I'm glad it's at the top of page 55.

 
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It would also be helpful, because of the size of the thread, if there was a gallery of all the pictures. This is an amazing looking car.

Here's the link to the gallery you requested with pictures of the build:
http://www.fortunecity.com/.../switch/67/id210.htm

Bubbajoexxx is going to burn some CD's for me with high quality versions of all the pictures too for future reference.

Unfortunately I have to work full time to support my projects, so here it sits awaiting my attention this Sunday:




Thanks for the car cover Bubba:




Of course I'm feeling guilty about the roadster too, as it probably feels like I've left it for another Fiero
I am hoping to have this on the road by the end of the month with no idea what to do with it (sell, keep, part out etc) :



What what you do in my situation with the roadster?
Let's get some ideas here...
If you bought Bubbajoe's car - what would you do to finish it?

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Thanks Archie - I will finish the table of contents and I'm glad it's at the top of page 55.

Here's the link to the gallery you requested with pictures of the build:
http://www.fortunecity.com/.../switch/67/id210.htm

Bubbajoexxx is going to burn some CD's for me with high quality versions of all the pictures too for future reference.

Unfortunately I have to work full time to support my projects, so here it sits awaiting my attention this Sunday:




Thanks for the car cover Bubba:




Of course I'm feeling guilty about the roadster too, as it probably feels like I've left it for another Fiero
I am hoping to have this on the road by the end of the month with no idea what to do with it (sell, keep, part out etc) :



What what you do in my situation with the roadster?
Let's get some ideas here...
If you bought Bubbajoe's car - what would you do to finish it?

Fiero2m8


Build a bigger garage

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Build a bigger garage


The first response is the best!

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please pm info / pics of the roadster.
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The first response is the best!


(says Bubba that worked outside with no garage!)
Actually I do own a double garage show here:





I'm keeping both projects at my girlfriend's currently.
But that is another story...probably for the Totally O/T section

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Problem is I'm worried my wife might vandalize my toys (refer to Carrie Underwood song "Before he Cheats")
So I'm keeping both projects at my girlfriend's currently.
But that is another story...probably for the Totally O/T section


Ahh!
A girlfriend is a headache
A wife is a headache
A Fiero is a headache
One is enough, why would you want all three !?!

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So I'm keeping both projects at my girlfriend's currently.
But that is another story...probably for the Totally O/T section


Let me know how that works out... I need to find a few girlfriends with three car garages...

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Problem is I'm worried my wife might vandalize my toys (refer to Carrie Underwood song "Before he Cheats")
So I'm keeping both projects at my girlfriend's currently.
But that is another story...probably for the Totally O/T section


Kudos to you for juggling such a potentially cataclysmic situation, but I think you're nuts to do so.

Personally, I've been considering the merits of chemical castration. Turning gay isn't an option for me, but women tend to sap life force directly from my soul. And yet, I'm addicted to them. A few thousand of the hits on the "Girls with Fieros" thread are probably mine... ARGH!

Chemical castration pills might be the answer. I'd not have to cut anything off, and yet I'd be able to focus more emotional energies on my Fiero obsession, with less distraction.

(See? You guys thought this post was going to be totally off-topic, and I brought it right back to FIEROS! Ha Ha!)

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Problem is I'm worried my wife might vandalize my toys (refer to Carrie Underwood song "Before he Cheats")
So I'm keeping both projects at my girlfriend's currently.
But that is another story...probably for the Totally O/T section



Wow, that came completely out of left field.

If you're not just yanking our chains, you've got quite a story to share.

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Let me know how that works out... I need to find a few girlfriends with three car garages...



Would also help if they're handy with tools.

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OK!

Wow-I re-read the whole build thread and finally finished the Table of Contents at the top of this page (55)
Then I read the manuals I got from Bubba on the Dellorto carbs and the HPV1 DIS system to get more familiar with them.
Now that the Roadster is driveable, I am ready to start working on getting the Exotic on the road.

Going to start by securing the dash panel so I can book an appointment to have the windshield installed.
Then I'll be removing and cleaning all the carbs (car sat for about 18 months) and then adjust shifter linkage.

Cheerio

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I'm so happy for you. I'm even happier you put Indy in the sig. A lot of people don't realize the Northstar stretch is an Indy. If it were me I would put the decals on just so everyone would know this is the baddest Indy on the block.


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A lot of people don't realize the Northstar stretch is an Indy.



Myself included on that That is one mean car. I must say I was confused when fiero2m8 kept referring to himself as the owner of the car in other threads (I figured bubbajoe had changed usernames for some reason), this is my first reading of the transfer. Bubba, I don't know if I would have been able to make the same decision you did (I'm sure it wasn't easy), but I'm glad to see 'the torch' passed on. Truely an amazing piece of work!

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Myself included on that That is one mean car. I must say I was confused when fiero2m8 kept referring to himself as the owner of the car in other threads (I figured bubbajoe had changed usernames for some reason), this is my first reading of the transfer. Bubba, I don't know if I would have been able to make the same decision you did (I'm sure it wasn't easy), but I'm glad to see 'the torch' passed on. Truely an amazing piece of work!


I know the car has a good home and that made it easer for me to let it go
when the body wont do what you want it to do you have to make changes that you have to live with

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If it were me I would put the decals on just so everyone would know this is the baddest Indy on the block.



"...block" ??

How about the baddest Indy on the planet !!!!

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I think the N* needs an aero nose and an original indy paint / schema (with leather interior of course)

now that migh throw a few people for a loop....
anyone want to photoshop that?

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Ryan found the deck emblem today

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Thanks guys for the kind words!
Yes I'm very excited and my head is spinning on what I have planned for it.

jscott1 - indy door decals might be a little over the top for my taste but that may change.
I do plan on installing the front Indy emblem Bubba gave me and using Mr Mike to help restore the Indy seats.

As far as colour scheme, since I'm leaving the mouldings intact and everything bolt on, my first idea was like a McLaren F1 paint.
Maybe silver above the moulding and black below with Bubba's black roof - photoshoppers please show me this idea and variations.

On the aero nose issue I don't know - I like that it is original to the Indy and helps balance the length.
But I like the custom air dam and think it matches the side skirts nicely.

On the rear I preferred some of the other designs from forum members, like this one:




I like the functionality and craftmanship of Bubbajoe's design, but I think it's too big for me - solution might be to trim it back a little.
As far as the spoiler, I have a couple issues with it as it doesn't follow the edge of the glass and is a little to long towards the sail panels but I'm sure it can be tweaked to my personal taste. Should the sail panel become scoops? (I'm not a fan of fake ones so they'd have to have a purpose)

BMW Mini fender lights - I like them but don't need dual marker indicator lights so they may be changed to clear ones or to just vents.

Dash, Console, Shifter, Brakes, Rear Suspension, Powertrain, Rims, Side skirts, flared fenders and rad scoops - I love them (no changes planned here)

Front Suspension - do I install the lowering springs and poly or try to complete what Bubba started for the front end coilover suspension?

First order of business is to provide TLC to the carbs as they sat with fuel in them for 18mths so they are going to be removed, cleaned and re-jetted along with other tune-up items.
This weekend I'm getting a mechanic over to give me a list of what to do to pass the safety.
Bubbajoe - hoping to see you tomorrow if I'm not to busy, I'll call you in the morning.

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As far as the spoiler...


How about this one

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sand it and paint it the way it is .i think bubbajoe got it right .why change it without seeing what it would look like the way it is now ? if i hadnt of been slacking off in watching my fav threads , i would have beat you to toronto .make sure the car is in the GF's name so the ex cant force it on you .good luck with the project , i know you will do right by it .

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Thanks guys for the feedback - I was interested in hearing opinions on how to finish the project.
I just got back from a Vacation in Daytona Beach and while there I took some pictures of a stock Indy for sale for comparision reference:




Today I removed all the Dellortos carbs and gave them a good cleaning.
While apart I replaced the idle jets with some smaller ones and tinkered with the mixture settings.
I think it's going to take some time to dial and sync them, but I got it starting and idling good in the driveway tonight with no backfiring or popping.
Checking the plugs after a road test should give me some more info to match up with the tips in the manual.
Here are the pictures:

The air cleaners and velocity tubes removed:




The fuel lines and linkages disconnected so the carbs could be removed from the intake:




Since they are new to me, I numbered them so they went back on the same cylinders as they are left and right units:




The jets and velocity tubes were cleaned:




I cleaned the Dellortos with Lacquer Thinner inside and out:




Everything has been reassembled and is running again and I'm glad I got familiar with the Dellortos.
Next I'll be working on the shifter linkage adjustment and getting all the exterior lighting done.

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paint the flipin' think like you'd like and logo / decal / badge is as an indy. it'll be perfect. Even if it we're competition orange or perl .... just logo / decal it as an indy.
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Thanks again for the additional load of extra Fiero stuff to support both my projects - another plus for you



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Mother's Day was the first drive around the neighbourhood - MAN THIS BEAST GETS ALOT OF ATTENTION!!!

A couple things to add to the "To do" list.

1. reshim the starter
2. more adjustment on the shifter cable necessary
3. more carb tuning required

Most impressive part of the test drive had to be the first time I hit the brakes!
I almost put my head through the windshield because it stopped about 30 feet prior to the stop sign

Sorry guys for the lack of updates, but having two Fiero projects slows you down a little
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Mother's Day was the first drive around the neighbourhood - MAN THIS BEAST GETS ALOT OF ATTENTION!!!

A couple things to add to the "To do" list.

1. reshim the starter
2. more adjustment on the shifter cable necessary
3. more carb tuning required

Most impressive part of the test drive had to be the first time I hit the brakes!
I almost put my head through the windshield because it stopped about 30 feet prior to the stop sign

Sorry guys for the lack of updates, but having two Fiero projects slows you down a little
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And no video of it in action?

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And no video of it in action?


Sorry - not that far along yet, but I'll post a video when I've got better driveability.

Tonight I installed new spark plugs, turned the initial timing back to zero and used the carb unisync to balance the idle speed of the carbs.
All but one of 8 are the same with the eighth needing the air bypass setup.
I tried both the 65 idle jets and the 52 jets.
The 65's idled nice with the new plugs but seemed very rich when the throttle was depressed with black smoke out the exhaust.
The 52's seemed too lean as the 2 carbs furthest from the fuel source would occasionally pop or snap at idle.
I think I need some idle jet sizing in between the 65's and 52's too try as the mixture screws can't change the mixture that much.

I doubled checked plug wire lengths, firing order, plug gaps, HPV-1 timing adjustments and everything looks good.
The new spark plugs gapped at .032 seemed to cure the misfire I was getting with fouled plugs (before the carbs were cleaned).

Thanks BubbaJoe for the tip on adjusting the shifter linkage (new to me as the Roadster is an automatic).




I'm going to adjust the allen bolt tomorrow to give my neighbour a break from all the starting and revs in the driveway

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Some progress made this afternoon - slow but steady.

I removed the starter and slotted the holes a little - I've improved it quite a bit but am going to try again when I find all my starter shims.

This morning I ran into the Snap-On tool rep at Purolator, so I picked up this drill set:




I experimented with a set of #46 idle jets that are much too small for my engine and drilled them out to 60's.
I inserted the jet into the dremmel and hand tightened the chuck over it to center it, then at med-low rpm drilled 8 of them out:




I am pleased to report that the starting, idling and revving were drastically improved (smooth with no snapping or black smoke)
If the car ever makes it on the road this year, I am going to bring it over to John's Bug Shop to assist me with the fine tuning and carb sync.



On to the clutch - or lack of it from sitting I guess.
I bled the master cylinder and the slave and it's working again, not as great as I'd like, but I did get alot of air out of it.
I'm going to see how it is after alot of use before throwing money at it.

Next I experimented with the shifter to get more gears working.
Thanks to Bubbajoe's tip, I adjusted the allen bolt to reach the forward throw gears:




I now have reverse and 1st, 2nd, and 3rd working smoothly.
I still can't move the shifter far enough to the right - even with the cable disconnected to reach 4th and 5th - near cable was disconnected in pic:




It feels like it is hitting something under the console, so I'll have to investigate that before trying the highway
Going to switch to lighting and finishing the dash this long weekend

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Some progress made this afternoon - slow but steady.

I removed the starter and slotted the holes a little - I've improved it quite a bit but am going to try again when I find all my starter shims.

This morning I ran into the Snap-On tool rep at Purolator, so I picked up this drill set:




I experimented with a set of #46 idle jets that are much too small for my engine and drilled them out to 60's.
I inserted the jet into the dremmel and hand tightened the chuck over it to center it, then at med-low rpm drilled 8 of them out:




I am pleased to report that the starting, idling and revving were drastically improved (smooth with no snapping or black smoke)
If the car ever makes it on the road this year, I am going to bring it over to John's Bug Shop to assist me with the fine tuning and carb sync.



On to the clutch - or lack of it from sitting I guess.
I bled the master cylinder and the slave and it's working again, not as great as I'd like, but I did get alot of air out of it.
I'm going to see how it is after alot of use before throwing money at it.

Next I experimented with the shifter to get more gears working.
Thanks to Bubbajoe's tip, I adjusted the allen bolt to reach the forward throw gears:




I now have reverse and 1st, 2nd, and 3rd working smoothly.
I still can't move the shifter far enough to the right - even with the cable disconnected to reach 4th and 5th - near cable was disconnected in pic:




It feels like it is hitting something under the console, so I'll have to investigate that before trying the highway
Going to switch to lighting and finishing the dash this long weekend

Cheers,
Fiero2m8



the alen head screw ajusts for anf aff and side to side as well once you get for and aff attach vise grips to the end of the shat loosen the alen screww and ajust the shaft for side to side movement
the shaft has for aft righ left rotation for all the gears

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Thanks, I'll try adjusting the left right rotation on the trans shaft - sounds like that should work.

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Before the windshield goes in, I needed to finish the dash trim - Bubbajoe had already modded the shape, I just sanded, primed and painted it:




I wanted to work on the car from underneath - so I found out that the cars balance point is at the rear jack points.
Now I can tilt the car to any angle and secure with jackstands at the ends




I'd like to upgrade the condition of the front suspension, but since the goal is to drive it soon, I am going to swap in the lowering springs for now and save the rest as a winter project:




The rear tires need replacing so rims have been removed and I was able to get my first good look at the rear C5 Corvette brake and suspension upgrade - truly amazing.
I might raise the ride height a bit depending of how far the front drops with the new lowering springs:




Does this look right or is this how the front plate holder is supposed to be mounted on the 87/88 bumper?




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Dash trim panel is installed - you can see in the reflection, I countersunk five screws that will be finished and painted.
Now the motorized T.V. under the dash air bag cover opens freely.
I still need to finish the sides of the dash where the larger Firebird pillars were.
Going to hold off making trim pieces until I decide where all the speakers will go (not a priority right now as the engine is music enough)




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This is one of those cars that needs to be seen to be appreciated. There's a bit of work to be done but with hard word and a bit of luck everyone at the 25th show will be able to see it. Wish I was able to get a ride in this one too! Sounded great in person (after it warmed up) and I'm sure the neighbors aren't looking forward to the day when you start driving it often.

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I felt bad it was up on jacks during your visit, but it motivated me to get it roadworthy for the 25th.
Not sure what I'm bringing, but I figure I've doubled my chances of having at least one ready to go by then.
My girlfriend wants to ride with me to Michigan, so I'll keep your offer to drive in mind

Tired from sanding the Roadster all afternoon yesterday, so today I got going on a few things the Indy needs.

I removed the stock front springs today - first time I've removed full length ones, but the unbolting of the lower ball joint method worked sweet!
The Corvette calipers seem to contact the shock mount reducing the turning radius - do you guys live with that or what fix did you do?:




Here are the old shocks to be replaced - they were just as shot as the original ones on the Roadster:




Here is a comparison of the Indy springs vs. the new lowering springs.
I'm keeping the old ones because they might end up on the Roadster to gain some ground clearance...




I temporarily removed the air diverter to gain easy access to the gearbox from underneath:




Now I have all gears after freeing up the shaft exiting the gearbox that was sticking (probably from sitting).
The adjustments have been made fore/aft and side/side, so the allen head set screw has been tightened in the new spot.
Once you can watch the linkage while it is being shifted, it's easy to adjust by sliding and rotating the shaft with the set screw loose.




Now the bad news

1. I cracked the winshield moving it by myself instead of being patient and waiting for help - It cracked in mid air when I was turning it to lay it on cardboard!
2. While adjusting the stick shift, I noticed the slave cylinder is leaking fluid through the adapter plate which would explain why the bleeding didn't work that well. (It's just a Fiero slave I need, right?)

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Well, one good thing with two projects is when you get tired of one you can switch to the other! Don't feel bad about not giving me a ride in the Indy, just get it going!! If things were different I would have helped you with the windshield, bleeding, maybe a little sanding and taken you up on your other offer.

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"Well, one good thing with two projects is when you get tired of one you can switch to the other!"

Yes Gokart Mozart, it is VERY true!
Rather than get frustrated and quit working, I just switch to the other - it's great as they both have to fight for my attention

Here is a video I shot tonight of the exterior lighting wiring nearing completion
Kudos to techsupport from Bubbajoe - his tips saved me a lot of trial and error time wiring his lighting innovation!

Enjoy...



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