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87antuzzi build thread. by 87antuzzi
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If you're obsessed with the whole wire tucking thing, you can certainly have the distributor oriented any way you like.

The #1 cylinder can also be connected to any of the 6 posts on the distributor as you wish. Just respect the firing order, 1-2-3-4-5-6 in a clockwise direction.
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Look what came in the mail
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Nice goodies! The motor is looking great. Patiently waiting for my "goodie" to arrive.
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Originally posted by Rick 88:

Nice goodies! The motor is looking great. Patiently waiting for my "goodie" to arrive.


still?!?!?!?!?. I got some tracking numbers i will send ya when i get back.
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Originally posted by 87antuzzi:

Look what came in the mail


It took me awhile to figure out what the "knobs" were for lol
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It took me awhile to figure out what the "knobs" were for lol


lol even after you said that, I was like.. What -are- they for... Doh.
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4 knobs 2 wheels.....they are racing lug bolts
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This is the only wires that run trunk side of the engine. The alt, and the speed sensor

Ac mount all painted and purdy.

More parts in the sand blaster. (i thought i was done with this crap
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Ok. I have a cradle stripped to metal. My powder coat guy is being flaky so im just going to coat it in something. but what......Whats cheap and holds up good??
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POR 15 works pretty well. I put 2 coats of it on my engine cradle about 4 years ago, and it still looks great.

If you decide to use POR 15, wear a long-sleeve shirt and rubber gloves. When that stuff gets on your skin, it won't come off until the skin wears off.
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Originally posted by Blacktree:

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When that stuff gets on your skin, it won't come off until the skin wears off.


That is so true. I agree, POR 15 is great stuff and I use it on a bunch of stuff. Our 67 GTO's are pretty much covered head to toe in that stuff. Isn't exactly the cheapest but a little seems to go a long way.
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Update. Its 2:04 in the after noon and I just woke up
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Report this Post05-25-2010 05:59 PM Click Here to See the Profile for BlacktreeClick Here to visit Blacktree's HomePageClick Here to Email BlacktreeSend a Private Message to BlacktreeDirect Link to This Post
You work graveyard shift?

I have to admit, this old dog is learning a couple new tricks here. You have some fresh ideas that I think are interesting, like the wire tucks. I think I'll turn the distributer like you mentioned, too.
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Originally posted by Blacktree:

You work graveyard shift?

I have to admit, this old dog is learning a couple new tricks here. You have some fresh ideas that I think are interesting, like the wire tucks. I think I'll turn the distributer like you mentioned, too.


LOL. IM unemployed. I stayed up till about 5 in the morning then unplugged my alarm clock at 6 when it went off. Im hoping my A/C pump will fit because a majority of the harness runs in that area.
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Report this Post05-25-2010 06:10 PM Click Here to See the Profile for BlacktreeClick Here to visit Blacktree's HomePageClick Here to Email BlacktreeSend a Private Message to BlacktreeDirect Link to This Post
You know you're supposed to get all the mechanical stuff installed before running the wiring, right? hehe
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Keeping this out of archives. Move along....nothing to see here.
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Report this Post06-02-2010 09:57 AM Click Here to See the Profile for BlacktreeClick Here to visit Blacktree's HomePageClick Here to Email BlacktreeSend a Private Message to BlacktreeDirect Link to This Post
BTW, I did the distributer twist like you mentioned in the wire tuck thread, and tucked away the wires to the ignition module. It looks a lot better! You should try it
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If you recognise this pic I feel sorry for you. This made my life a living hell for a hour.

Just a little "test fit" to get to visualise the finished product.

Anyone want to guess why my oil pressure sending unit line is 5 feet long? Anyone want to guess why the map and egr control valve wires are 5 feet long? Also have 5 foot vacuum lines....
All them ugly sensors are going in the trunk, tucked in a corner out of view. Im also thinking about putting the coil on the fire wall. The fuel pump relays are also being moved to a new location to clean up the engine bay. And for my "big trick" The cruse control diaphram is getting moved behind the transmission on a bracket im going to make. Im going to loop the cabe behind the engine. It should work.... I also got one of them cheap "line your rubber hose" kits just to make it look good.
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Cool idea. Just keep in mind that the oil pressure senders have a tendency to leak oil. So if you value your trunk carpet, you might want to put a drip pan under the oil pressure sender... hehe.
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Originally posted by Blacktree:

Cool idea. Just keep in mind that the oil pressure senders have a tendency to leak oil. So if you value your trunk carpet, you might want to put a drip pan under the oil pressure sender... hehe.


Im not using the factory oil pressure sender.....I got me some aftermarket gauges
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Your engine is looking good!

Couple of things to consider:
Remove the brass ends from the throttle body left over from the coolant tubes - they will unscrew from the throttle body.
Put the Oil pressure sendor down by the oil filter - that is where the current line comes from.
Just slide the map sensor under the upper plenum... it fits there just fine and will be out of sight.

I am a big fan of eliminating clutter, but not at the expense of more hoses/lines draped across the engine compartment and also prefer to black out all the lines/harness so they do not draw attention to them vs. the flashy braiding or colored looms... it is just a matter or perspective. Instead of people complimenting me on how pretty all my lines, hoses, harnesses are, I prefer them to ask where they are.

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Your engine is looking good!

Couple of things to consider:
Remove the brass ends from the throttle body left over from the coolant tubes - they will unscrew from the throttle body.
Put the Oil pressure sendor down by the oil filter - that is where the current line comes from.
Just slide the map sensor under the upper plenum... it fits there just fine and will be out of sight.

I am a big fan of eliminating clutter, but not at the expense of more hoses/lines draped across the engine compartment and also prefer to black out all the lines/harness so they do not draw attention to them vs. the flashy braiding or colored looms... it is just a matter or perspective. Instead of people complimenting me on how pretty all my lines, hoses, harnesses are, I prefer them to ask where they are.


I didnt know they unscrewed. As for the lines....Its not so much the lines I dont mine is whats on the end that I do. I just hate looking at sensors and coils and wires.....
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I got my mecham side scoops in the mail today, along with my coilover springs. Now im going to look at it for the next 5 months like I always do
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Originally posted by 87antuzzi:

I got my mecham side scoops in the mail today, along with my coilover springs. Now im going to look at it for the next 5 months like I always do


Yeah It's good to not rush into these things.

Cheers Beers n Gearz.
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Yeah It's good to not rush into these things.

Cheers Beers n Gearz.


I was going to send ya a message saying I got them. A plus to you. Im going to bondo skin them and put them on when i put in my new engine.
Quick question for anyone reading. To get rid of little nicks in fiberglass will bondo hold up good? Im talking small nicks too.
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Body filler is safe to use on small surface blemishes. You should only be concerned if a nick is on the edge of the panel (basically a notch in the edge). That would need to be repaired with fiberglass resin.

How is the engine coming along?
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Originally posted by Blacktree:

Body filler is safe to use on small surface blemishes. You should only be concerned if a nick is on the edge of the panel (basically a notch in the edge). That would need to be repaired with fiberglass resin.

How is the engine coming along?


Engine is done. cradle is done. My coil overs are here and my polly is going in the cradle in the afternoon. Now is on to pulling the old engine itself. I need the injectors out of the old engine because they are almost new. So I have all the hard stuff left to do
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Originally posted by 87antuzzi:


I was going to send ya a message saying I got them. A plus to you. Im going to bondo skin them and put them on when i put in my new engine.
Quick question for anyone reading. To get rid of little nicks in fiberglass will bondo hold up good? Im talking small nicks too.


Thanks Kris.

Duraglass is a good way, to fix edges on fiberglass parts, Bondoglass will do the job just about as well.

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the car is for sale. Im out. 1000obo
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What happened???

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What happened???

Joe


Life just happened.
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finally get in to the mil? or baby on the way?
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Does that mean you're keeping it and will hopefully finish it?
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OMG. A update. I just picked up a th125c transmission, left and right spindles, both axels, both hubs, both control arms, rear tie rods and a killed back from bearhugging my new trans into the garage. Those things are wayyyy heavier than they look! Pics in a minute or two.
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Glad to hear your picking back up where you left off!

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Getting closer every day!

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Bet you're happy you didn't sell it now.
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good build thread and the polybushes look good in black.
I have noticed whilst looking through your pics that the dogbone bracket that goes towards the front of the engine has changed position on the before pic it shows it is bolted directly to the cylinder head and then a/c bracket. in the after shot it is shown bolted the other way round the ac bracket first then the dog bone mounting

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I only noticed this as I am at that stage of putting the engine back together

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Originally posted by jon m:

good build thread and the polybushes look good in black.
I have noticed whilst looking through your pics that the dogbone bracket that goes towards the front of the engine has changed position on the before pic it shows it is bolted directly to the cylinder head and then a/c bracket. in the after shot it is shown bolted the other way round the ac bracket first then the dog bone mounting

before


after


I only noticed this as I am at that stage of putting the engine back together

jon


Good eye. I saw that when I went to put the dogbone bolt in and it would not line up. The engine is friggen dusty as can be so im debating if i want to tear it down and clean it up or just clean it up with a rag.
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Ladies and gentlemen! the 2.8 is getting supercharged, I repeat the 2.8 is getting supercharged. I have one of them vortec kits for a while now and am thinking "why the hell not". I can actually think of a million reasons the 2.8 should not be supercharged . Its such a toss up though . A/C or boost. I love em both .
Oh yeah! i also have a "treat" for you all following this thread. When I get the fiero in the garage I am going to TRY to get a rod to throw out of the engine (rock on gas pedal). Of course I will record it!!
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