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OPIE's Fiero GTX Build by TXOPIE
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U need my old dog bone setup with the alt up high.
Me no likey the WCF dog bone in the middle of the trunk.
I currently have part of WCF DB solution in the stock Fiero location,
with a RD adjustable dogbone.

Fierofreak's modded fuel rail would be nice, along with and
PAINTED SC.

Throw on an IC when you remove the SC 4 paint.
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NOSRAC,

Neither do I...please post pictures of what you have.

I also would prefer to put the alternator in a lowered position...will need bracket for that as well if I do.

Need to check with with Steven if I can relocate still with power steering pump going back in place.

And that is funny that you mentioned Fierofreak's fuel rails...because I PMed about an hour ago about a set!...lol

IC ...won't happen till next winter, but is coming!

Unfortunately...only so much time & money between now and the 30th in Indy & the game plan is for my Wife and I to drive both this completed 86GT & Barbie (88GT) to Indy for the show!

Once in a lifetime opportunity and I really don't want to miss it!

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UPDATE: UPS man just dropped off my new DYNA-BATT

WOW!!! what a size difference!
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UPDATE: FINALLY Cut-up the Gauge Pod for new G1 dash:




Also replaced knob on HVAC controls:
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Modded Fuel Rail....I think he can make for future intercooler too.
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum4/HTML/063387.html

Mstangs set me up with this type of DB when alt was up high. 88 lateral link welded to cradle and bolted to engine block. (Mattwa photo of his 4.9 DB)



I have WCF Dog Bone bracket mounted on the head placed the other side inline with the stock Fiero DB, with a Dickman Adjustable DB.
You CAN'T do a Low mount Alt with a power steering pump, but you can put your ALT in place of AC....NOT...

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UPDATE: Figured out the strap-in mechanics of the my littte DYNA_BATT


Since I am side mounting it in the tray with the terminal inward & up.

I will utilize the following to swing the posts:


Will be utilizing the following screw down posts:


And these for to connect that 1/0 AWG welding cable to the battery:

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Just waiting on all 4 of Tom's blue digital aux gauges...gonna look sweet!
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UPDATE: Let me share what I think is going to be a unique feature that will catch on like wildfire:

My Updated e-brake..never going to have to deal with that flimsy plastic handle again!

International Parking Brake Lever Assy #1675871C91 Navistar

You say TXOPIE has gone MAD...maybe so...like a genius!




LETS MAKE A FEW CUTS TO THE OLD E-BRAKE:


NOW LETS TAKE APART THE BOX TRUCK LEVER AS WELL:




NOW A LITTLE WELDING AND CLEAN UP AND WALA!






I will shine up the button and put a nice black leather boot with blue stitching!

What do Y'all Think?

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UPDATE: Interior...FINALLY made my decision on interior door panels that I really like:

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What was that handle out of? That does look pretty cool.
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Standard box truck e-brake handle...almost every U-Haul had one on the older units.
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Here is the one I am going to do next weekend...waiting for another box truck e-brake...its in the mail:
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UPDATE: Recieved my short shifter from member "gtxbullet"

Look at that...what quality work!

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UPDATE: My Bigger brake booster produced by member "sardonyx247" arrived in the mail today:



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Ahh How did I miss your build thread.

Looking great, I'm subscribed.
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Thanks "InTheLead"..some of your parts are in my build!
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UPDATE: Trying to raise the dead...lets see if another member, "riceburner98" will come through for me:



Everyone keep their fingers crossed...lol
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Just grabbed my set of C5 Corvette sun visors from e-bay....going to be sending them to RW for recovering:
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UPDATE: Picked up a great part from member "gtxbullet"...that just needs a little clean up before install:

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UPDATE: Working on cleaning up the shifter assembly...almost there..a little more work and I will be happy

Hard to believe that this entire piece was coated in a very nice covering of rust:


FYI...all this work is done by hand...no electric or mechanical assistance...just like doing it and the results I get from manually doing it myself.

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UPDATE: US Mail just arrived!

One of my E-Bay scores....GM LS1 VORTEC PCM MOUNTING BRACKET


And after doing some reading, I decide to go with C-West voltage stabilizer over the NRG unit:


Also Tsunami battery ends:
This images is larger than 153600 bytes. Click to view.

The box truck e-brake lever also showed:


It is going to work perfect:


And last, but definitely not least...Tom's Digital Aux gauges showed up as well:
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I keep stocking your page, but never commenting. I guess I probably should. I'm pretty excited to see what you are planning. Looks like you have a lot of goodies up your sleeve. Every time I buy something new for my car my wife sighs and tells me how it's going to be "too full of gadgets." I'm not sure that's possible. I need to show her your page. I can't wait to see it all come together. Keep it up, you're going at a great pace.
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Thanks...not sure if this will help. Told my wife that I could put this amount and more into another new car like her Infiniti G37s...instead I will spend less than what we spent on her car and I get exactly what I want! When I am done, I want someone to walk over to my car in a parking lot and be very confused. What I mean by that is that I want it to look like...inside and out like a new 2013 vehicle created by Ponitac with all the correct badges...
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Would this be going too far with the "Gadgets"?
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UPDATE:

I just located my Pisa Euro door panels from another member:



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Would this be going too far with the "Gadgets"?


I say that goes not too far enough!
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UPDATE: Mail showed up again!

Received my new Finned Chrome Aluminum Brake Master Cylinder


I received my corvette sun visors and already modified them and prepping them to be shipped to RW for re-covering.

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Would be nice to actually see these parts on a car instead of just pictures off of web sites. Do you have any actual build pictures?
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I thought I would share $30 dollars of learning with everyone to make this a very easy endeavor for everyone.

Here is part I...Taking apart the box e-brake lever:

Understand that I broke back the bottom edges of the aluminum button to make it easier to show yall a better shot...no needed...so don't




Once you get a little separation in first the outer and then the inner housing (side closest to the button)

Then place a metal bar to the bottom (opposite button) and strike with a hammer a few times to knock the button and screw assembly up through the shaft and free....not damaging the button ...which cosmetically the only piece we don't want to mess up...the remainder of the finished product will be covered by a leather boot!

Part II will follow shortly!
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UPDATE:

Also received the driver's side rebuilt motor...so prepping the buckets:



Passenger side will be here in a day or two...will finish the other side then


Going to start with a set of these to start...because they were such a good price from member, "gtxbullet"


But will eventually replace for these:



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UPDATE: Digital Climate Controls from member, "riceburner98"...too many Rob's in this build...not really...just makes it interesting!

I have risen the dead and now have a blue digital climate control headed my way
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UPDATE: Passenger side headlight motor showed up and installed:
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UPDATE: Digital Climate Controls from member, "riceburner98"...too many Rob's in this build...not really...just makes it interesting!

I have risen the dead and now have a blue digital climate control headed my way


you should have purchased the second gen setup he has , you can change the colors of the display!
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He is missing a part to complete the remaining multi-color units...I was waiting for and really wanted a multi-color unit...but so it goes!
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UPDATE: Installed bigger brake booster and new finned chrome aluminum brake master cylinder:



Unfortunately the screw sizes were reversed on the master cylinder...so I relocated one line with no issue.

The second line snapped And the bolt for the line seems like it was super glued in place.


Can't seem to get the right angle and leverage on it ...any suggestions ...anyone?

Also are there some steel braided lines I could use here instead of the old piping?

I think it would clean it up a a lot if there was... hmm..time to go hunting on the net!
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Understand that I broke back the bottom


LOL... ROTFL...
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So Nosrac,

Do you know of a good solution to get that bolt off?

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Just text'd with FieroFreak...he needs to pressure test my new fuel rails and then he will be shipping them...so should see that sometime early next week

Here is a preview photo sent from him to my phone:

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UPDATE: Got an answer on the snapped brake line:

http://inlinetube.com/Prefo...stings/PE-CAT-02.htm

Just spoke with Jake there and he stated the can make whatever I need. The already have the thread pitch and sizes on file

Now if I could just get that darn nut to come off!

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So Nosrac,

Do you know of a good solution to get that bolt off?


Cut the line off, then use a ratchet set to access it from the top..
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