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Originally posted by Oreif:


Is it done yet? Is it done yet? Are we there yet? (oops wrong phrase) is it done yet?

Yeah pretty well done. Still got 2 minor things to finish up tomorrow morning then more test driving.

We have about 30 miles on it now. Air cleaner has been mounted, deck lid is on etc.

Would like to get another 50 miles tomorrow so we can do the 1st oil change.

I'm sorry but I didn't get any pictures today.

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No problem.

I'll see you on Saturday.

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Well my car is done, So who's car is next?
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Originally posted by Oreif:

Well my car is done, So who's car is next?

very tempting

one ride in that car and I'm sure I'd be convinced

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Originally posted by Oreif:

Well my car is done, So who's car is next?

Just goes to show you that if you have the professionals do it....Boy does it get done fast!
Started on September 20th? & Finish October 2nd

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Hey Archie,

The conversion looks great (as usual). And, where are you getting the crab-style distributor caps?

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That looks awsome as I wipe the drool away ! MtVilla
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Hey Archie, nice job as usual. Question: What is the type of oil cooler/trans are you using? The brake upgrade...what is the size of the rotors in back?


I like this thread....keep it alive!

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Originally posted by madcurl:

Hey Archie, nice job as usual. Question: What is the type of oil cooler/trans are you using? The brake upgrade...what is the size of the rotors in back?

I like this thread....keep it alive!

The oil cooler is the same one Oreif was using for a transmission oil cooler on his 6 banger automatic.

The rotors are 11.25" on all 4 corners.

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What is the type of oil cooler/trans are you using?


The cooler is a B&M polished street rod cooler. Jegs Part Number 130-70265
Just go to Jegs website and punch in the number.
It fits perfectly behind the aftermarket side scoops.
If you want the custom mounting bracket, I do have an extra one. Also, I do have the drawings to make your own.

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just want to add my 2c..................very, very nice from page 1 to here.

I only hope to install my v8 at some time in the future.

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How is the LS1 swap kit coming along Archie? I cant wait till you get that kit ready to buy so i can get my LS1 going in my fiero.
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Originally posted by Oreif:

Well my car is done, So who's car is next?


So Oreif, any experiences with this beast yet?

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So Oreif, any experiences with this beast yet?

Well I "had" to drive it to and from work for a week. It was terrible, especially last week when I was in my daily driver again.
After driving it a week I got so use to having the power of a V-8 that when I went back to the daily driver it felt slower than a Yugo!
So far there hasn't been any problem with it except the alternator issue. It was my old one and I think I damaged the regulator when I had some grounding problems with the 3.4L, Not to mention it's a "duralast". I have a brand new AC Delco coming in this week. I'm taking the car to Archie's on Thursday so he can inspect everything and install the alternator (his lift makes it easier to do it.)

The car has been great. A V-8 Fiero can be used as a daily driver without any problems. I've averaged about 22-24mpg for the last 2 tank of gas. The Big Brake kit was proven to work great by an elderly coupe who wasn't paying attention when they pulled out in front of me. Some "less knowledgable" kids thought it was a "mean sounding 4-cyl" that their Eclipse's couldn't keep up with.
Most people who see the engine (mainly many at work so far) can't believe I have a V-8 in it. The only thing that I would change would be to quiet up the exhaust "IF" I was going to use it as a daily driver. Right now it's slightly loud for daily driving but I like it.

I was only able to put on 340 miles so far and I plan on storing it this weekend after I get the oil changed so the next update will be in the spring.


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Several months ago, I had a big bunch of adapter plates made to mount our Big Brakes onto the '88 Fiero. Our other mounts fit the '84 to '87 Fieros but these are for the '88.

I gotta tell you that this is the easyest brake upgrade that I've ever installed. It takes about 20 minutes per wheel to remove the old stuff and put on the new stuff.

Look at the hand brake setup, It uses the brackets from the Caddie calipers and the levers from the Fiero & looks like it was designed that way.

Here's a couple of pics.

I have enough of these things in stock to build 80 cars so the price will be right.

Do you think I should post up a little build up thread?

Archie

PS, I gotta thank PaulV for letting his Sweet V-8 car be the Model for this system.

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I am interested, Archie. The car I would put something like this on will eventually end up under my kit car. I plan to redrill for 5x4.75 so I can use Corvette wheels. Would this setup work for that? Thanks.
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Archie you already know what my answer is to that question.
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I would love to see that thread! That's a project I'm gonna need to do myself and I'm gonna need all the help I can get.

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Hi Archie. I have a question for you. Can one order your big brake upgrade kit with the rotors crossdrilled or slotted? Thanks.
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i'd like to see the price for the pre-88 setup - otherwise i'll probably be going with the custom 11.25" upgrade
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Is there an advantage to this over the C4 Corvette upgrade for 88s? I know that uses the OEM 88 calipers with C4 rotors redrilled to 5x100. What hardware is used for your big brake upgrade, Archie?

Edit: Here's the parts list from Archie's website:

Parts List:

Front Caliper Adapter (2)
Rear Caliper Adapter (2)
Hand brake cable mounts (2)
Caliper Adapter Spacers Front (4)
Caliper Adapter Spacers Rear (4)
11.25" Vented Rotor (4)
Caliper front Left side (1)
Caliper front Right side (1)
Caliper rear Left side (1)
Caliper rear Right side (1)
Guide Pins (bolts) (8) For Calipers
Brake Shoes (2 sets)
Master Cylinder Larger Bore (1)
Brake Line Fitting Adapter (4)
Banjo (4)
Braided Brake Lines (4)
Lug Studs (10)
Video Instruction Tape

What are the calipers and rotors from?

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Those look great Archie! It's on my list of soon to happens
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I'd appreciate it if anyone can tell me if a flywheel from an Archie kit for a "pre-86 V-8" will work with a ZZ3 (bought the ZZ3 in 94)?
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No it won't.

 
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I'd appreciate it if anyone can tell me if a flywheel from an Archie kit for a "pre-86 V-8" will work with a ZZ3 (bought the ZZ3 in 94)?

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't that a picture of the air intake of an LS series engine pointing the "wrong" way? And what is that smell? sniff sniff Is that a build-up thread I smell in the oven? ;-)
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Now available LSx V-8 Swap kit for '84 thru '87 Stick shift Fieros.

Wait 'til you see it with the Chrome Intake manifold.

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Damnit Archie! I just bought this keyboard!

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Damnit Archie! I just bought this keyboard!

Ok then...... here's a picture of yours from the underside before we put the exhaust system on.

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That looks great !!!
Man and I was thinking about a 5.3L since it would be quite a bit less than an LS1.
Would this kit bolt right up to a 5.3L ?
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Archie I have a question, why do you always-rigid mount you’re motors?
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Great job, Archie!
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How long before an auto version of the swap is available?

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Archie.
i cant believe you finally did it. i have been waiting for this for a long time. what is the aprox price of an entire lsx kit installed including the engine? might just ahve to make the trip out to IL. LMK

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