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That is starting to look a lot like a vega or monza wagon, just with a much cooler front nose on it.

that looks like a lot of effort going into the car. How does the 12 inch stretch affect handling and drivability?
Is this going to be a drag car?

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here are some pics of the front gear drive dist for the northstar will be installing it this week end

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make it go VROOOMMMMM!!!

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here are some pics of the front gear drive dist for the northstar will be installing it this week end


Bubbajoe,

Did you make that sprocket or is it a modified cam sprocket?

Great work,
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that is a modified sprocket no need to make a new one

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Bump this sucker, any updates?

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Bump, and any updates?

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C'mon nah, time for an update.

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Any news?

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I didn't bother reading pages 2-5, cause I'm lazy, tired, and exhausted. So if someone mentioned this, I'm sorry.

If you're going to stretch the frame by 12", why not do a longitudal engine conversion? You know, instead of the engine going sideways, have it go front to back. You could get a Porsche transaxle (AND MOTOR!!!), and work from there. Held motor sports has a cradle to mount those, maybe you could get that and modify it.

Just a thought.

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complete pics of the new ignition system tomorrow night ib bad shape right now
bad back so have to slow down for a while Joe

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If you're going to stretch the frame by 12", why not do a longitudal engine conversion?

He is, he's using a Porshe transaxle.

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bad back so have to slow down for a while Joe

Understood, no project is worth doing if you have to kill yourself in the process! I assume your working in a heated garage?

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Hows your back?

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You ever try Tai Chi Joe?

Seriously.

 
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been in ruff shape since Xmas have done little work on the body but have finished the ignition plat and now working on the trans adapter but slow no heated garage for me have to bear the cold and snow will try to get some pics as soon as I can stand long enough Joe

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Get better soon Joe wish you the best.

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Master Tuner Akimoto Thank you I hope so I want to get back to the build free of aganizing pain

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Wow. Haven't checked this for a while.
Take care, Joe. People who have never had back pain just don't understand how bad it can hurt.

Hopefully, you'll get better soon.
Cool project! Nice work!

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as you can see here have started to make up the trans adaptor
out of 3/4 6061-T6 aluminum


in this pic you can see where the stock fiero slave has been mounted to actuate the porsche clutch arm finish trimming of the adaptor will be completed when all the nessesary components are mounted
space is a premmium with the water pump so some minor trimming was requiered
Bob and I spent the last 2 days getting this far work is slow but I will be getting there soon

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Awesome !!!! What a unique car you are building and it should go like stink

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Are you trying to drag the project out like me..??? hahaha

Looking GREAT Joe!

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Are you trying to drag the project out like me..??? hahaha

Looking GREAT Joe!

uh huh..........and what's your excuse smooth ?

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OMFG. That looks to be one of the most interesting Motor Transmission setups for a Fiero yet. Will be very interesting to see it go.

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Joe,

Maybe this isn't your point, but I don't see that you're going to be saving a lot of money with the new ignition front mounted. The distributor is going to be about +/- $300, you need to fab the gear to the intermediate sprocket, billet timing cover, (the one pictured is $160 from CHRFab), mod that for the distributor, then you have to address the fuel delivery.

If you want to go carb, the only carb intake I know of is from CHRFab and that's $525, then you have to by a carb for another $200. I don't know what the machining cost of the components would be (for someone to have it hired done) but I know that $250 doesn't go very far for precision work like this. That makes the total cost around $1435.

You can buy the Holley Commander system, Plug and Play, from CHRFab for $1,495.

I certainly understand if you're doing this just because it's fun and you want to, more power to you, but I saw a couple of posts talking about this being an economical alternative and I don't see it being one (not to mention I can't imagine the distributor front mounted fitting in a transverse installation anyway, but it could be made to run off the WP drive possible).

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jstricker

as you can see here is the front drive dist cost for every thing $400 can.

as for the fuel system i made my own manifold

and set it up with DELLORTOS

thats one carb per cylinder as dellortos are 2carbs with a common float bowl
as each carb has its own settings for each barrel cost $400.can

CHFAB these parts would cost me (manifold 650 US thats 990 can. ignition HPV! 600 thats 940.can.
by the time I get them so I have saved plenty
and to use Design ! Nstar setup thats 3000+ no thanks

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Even if there were cheaper routes, I still think that four carb setup would be worth it. It looks SWEET! I'm not much of a fan of carburetion, but no self-respecting gearhead can't show appreciation for that much complexity.

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Joe,

I hope you didn't take my comments wrong. I certainly understand why you did it the way you are. First off, you have the capability and the tools to do the machine work, and there's a busload of it in the quality work you've done. Second, you're not daunted by having to fabricate things. Believe me, I know where you're coming from. I was told that I couldn't use the late model Northstar Throttle Body on the early, magnesium intake manifold, but I have it done and ready to go.

My point was that for OTHER, more human (as opposed to superhuman ) hobbiests, it wouldn't figure out to be very cost effective, I don't think.

Whatever *I* think about it's cost effectiveness, you're doing some beautiful work and it's going to be a unique transplant (not to mention the rest of the car). I'm enjoying the thread immensely.

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as you can see here is the front drive dist cost for every thing $400 can.

as for the fuel system i made my own manifold

and set it up with DELLORTOS

thats one carb per cylinder as dellortos are 2carbs with a common float bowl
as each carb has its own settings for each barrel cost $400.can

CHFAB these parts would cost me (manifold 650 US thats 990 can. ignition HPV! 600 thats 940.can.
by the time I get them so I have saved plenty
and to use Design ! Nstar setup thats 3000+ no thanks

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...looks around the room....
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NEWEST PICS SO FAR


ENGINE AND TRANS CONNECTED



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I would try it without the quarter window.

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Wow that is cool
That tranny looks small, and the bell housing makes it look like the flywheel is micro sized.
I like it so far.

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just finished the shifter fore the porsche trans axle will post pics tomorrow night .
Have more to do tomorrow will have all the pivcs taken then so you will have a recient update

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Just a little curious and I dont know if anyone else has asked or if I'm just ignorant, but does engine turn the right way for the trans? Will it all work? I actually have NO idea and would just like to know for furture reference.
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the trans I am using is mid engine and has the diff allready flipped , rear engine porsche 911 need to have the diff flipped over

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