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A few other pics from the shop today.......









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If I'm not mistaken thats what archie is using... the f40 6spd trans...



Right. It is the F40 trans. My question was if it was offered in any Pontiacs off the line, with a V8. The answer is apparently no.

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. The answer is apparently no.


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A few other pics from the shop today.......





Archie


Now that's ......Pontiac Excitement!

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Now that's ......Pontiac Excitement!


Especially with those tiny brakes.

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Especially with those tiny brakes.


yeah, them rims makee them rotors look teensie

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Brakes? Hell, I thought that was the wheel hub and the brakes hadn't been installed, yet.

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RiceCooker arrived with his Fiero today at about 9:30 AM & we went to work installing that ZZ4 you saw us pre-building on the last page of this thread.

What we're going to be doing is installing a carbed ZZ4 crate engine, with a Getrag 5 speed & our Big Brake kit. We're also installing Front & rear Sway Bars & poly bushing that he had ordered from the Fiero Store.

Here is where we were at 10:12 AM



This is the 2.8 that we are taking out. It has some oil leak problems yet it made the 1800 mile trip to our place in 3 days.



WE had to leave at 3:30 to take him to the airport. I returned to the shop after the guys had left for the day & they already had the new engine into the car for the Trial Fit.





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An update just in case anyone is watching.....

This morning we pulled the engine assembly back out of the car after the initial trial fit.





Take the engine/transmission off of the cradle & paint & final assemble everything......







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Clean & paint the engine compartment......







And put the engine in for the last time......





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We also swapped in the 4 core rad & worked on putting together all those new suspension parts......





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How well was your V8 Solstice received at the Kansas show??

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An update just in case anyone is watching.....


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hmmmm.......yes, I was just casually surfing the forum and I seem to have stumbled upon this thread



looks great so far

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I have this waiting for the Archie trany kit to be installed. I wanted to store it in our master bedroom to watch it closely but someone at home didn't allow it

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Well, we didn't get it started up yet last Friday. But we'll fire it up & start test driving it today.

Here is a few pics from last week........

Brakes & suspension parts installed







Got the battery tray in it & the bigger Master Cylinder....



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We put it on the floor & rolled it onto the lift so we could finish the cooling system & install the axhaust system.......







That's where we're at right now, later today "Fire In The Hole"

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Nice job cleaning the engine bay. That's gotta be the part you hate about these swaps, huh?

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Nice job cleaning the engine bay. That's gotta be the part you hate about these swaps, huh?


Actually, we like them when they're nasty.

The original engine in this car had been leaking oil to some degree for years. He drove it 1800 miles to get here, & the engine made it with just adding some oil along the way. When there's oil, grease & grime all over the engine cradle & engine compartment, then there is not going to be a lot of rust. We just powerwash it degrease it then powerwash it again & it turns out nice.

Although it's a nasty job to clean up all the oil, grease & grime, once it's clean it can be painted & looks nice.

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Excellent

....just sitting here imagining what it will be like to turn the key for the first time

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Excellent

....just sitting here imagining what it will be like to turn the key for the first time


Ever taken Viagra? It'll be a lot like that.

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That's where we're at right now, later today "Fire In The Hole"

Archie


Any Fire in the hole?

Any new rubber on the pavement?

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Any Fire in the hole?

Any new rubber on the pavement?


Yepper she be runnin'

Got about 20 test miles so far. Runs good no problems.

Right now Rob is buttoning it up wrapping up the wire looms, installing decklid & finished hood.

We have wheel alignment scheduled for tomorrow 11am.

We're working on etting the handbrake working. Got new cables coming tomorrow. With the lowering springs the original handbrake cables are too short, so we have a way to make the '88 cables work on the older cars. The '88 cables are a bit longer & work better with a car that's been lowered.

I'll post pics from today later tonight.

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Did your handbrake work before?

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Did your handbrake work before?


Yes, it did require the occassional tightening, however.

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Here is some pictures from today.....











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Archie


I can't even stand up right now...

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Originally posted by Falcon Fiero:

How well was your V8 Solstice received at the Kansas show??



Everybody seemed to like it fine. I drove it over there & back & really enjoyed it.

There were about 100 Solsti there, which is a pretty good turnout for a 1st year show.

Pontiac brought 2 semi's full of Solstice show cars & sent over their Ride, Drive & handling engineer (who also owns a few Fieros).

Here's a couple of pics......

The show (not a judged show, just hang out type show) was at I70 speedway in Odessa MO & we got to run pace laps & laps at Slow, Medium & High speeds. I was in the Medium group & I hit 130 several times.





The two Pontiac trailers that came had Solstices painted on the sides ... like this.....



There was a flock of 'em at the Hotel & this is early in the day on Friday......







I can tell you that a LOT of the Solstice owners I talked to own or have owned Fieros & not a one of them had a bad thing to say about the Fieros they've had.

This show reminded me a lot of the 1st Fiero show I went to back in '88.

Archie

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RiceCooker, Check your EMail. We found something on the car & need to know if you want us to fix it or not. Please reply ASAP.

We got the wheels aligned today & got some more miles on it.

Not many pictures to post today.

Here's a picture of the nice finish on the inside of the hood.



They couldn't align it with the TSW Blades on it, so we put these on it for the alignment....



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Hey Archie,

Any luck on getting the replacement interior panel made for Choptop #19 and burning my build pics to CD?

Thanks,

--Will Martin

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Hi Archie, check you Email or PM

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Hi Archie, check you Email or PM

Todd


You have a PM & another EMail

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Hey Archie,

Any luck on getting the replacement interior panel made for Choptop #19 and burning my build pics to CD?

Thanks,

--Will Martin


Yeah that panel is done, I'll burn the CD this weekend.

Have you got the car back from Dallas yet?

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You have a PM & another EMail


replied


Also, made a post here about a possible meeting up on August 5th:
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/060373.html


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did one of the mallet solsti happen to be there to compare your's to? or hear anything from someone who's had a chance to see both?

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Yeah that panel is done, I'll burn the CD this weekend.

Have you got the car back from Dallas yet?

Archie


No sir, sure haven't. Thank you Archie.

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Any "finished" pics yet?

I need something to hold me over for a whole week!

I have been practicing my "curley" pose.......brrrrrrrrrr........

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Sorry man, we're finished with it but I didn't get a chance to take any "finished" pics of it yet. I'll try to get some this weekend.

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Any "finished" pics yet?

I need something to hold me over for a whole week!

I have been practicing my "curley" pose.......brrrrrrrrrr........



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Here's a few pics of the finished engine compartment........







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Very impressive
Only 3 more sleeps! .....feels like christmas

Do you have any side pics of the finished car?
I'm trying to plan my paint job when I get back and wouldn't mind photshopping a couple of different colors on the car
Going to go with a newew darker silver...something between ferrari's titanium color and gunmetal grey........BMW had some great looking metallic silvers
Also planning on sticking with black trim & mirrors

So who's/what's up next in the shop? Another chop? The perfect union?
I sure wish I could have been chop #24 but perhaps sometime I can come back for a chop & 6 speed!

Also Archie I sent you an e-mail with some questions about the new motor bu already answered the "break-in" question with a little research

Thanks!

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So Archie, when do you plan on getting your hands on a Sky?

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Originally posted by RiceCooker:

Do you have any side pics of the finished car?
I'm trying to plan my paint job when I get back and wouldn't mind photshopping a couple of different colors on the car
Going to go with a newew darker silver...something between ferrari's titanium color and gunmetal grey........BMW had some great looking metallic silvers
Also planning on sticking with black trim & mirrors

Also Archie I sent you an e-mail with some questions about the new motor bu already answered the "break-in" question with a little research

Thanks!

Todd


Sorry for the delay in answering EMail etc. I had a little medical work done & missed a couple of days.

Here's some pics for you.













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