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Nosrac's 88 Coup Restoration by nosrac
Started on: 09-04-2014 08:16 PM
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Report this Post09-04-2014 08:16 PM Click Here to See the Profile for nosracSend a Private Message to nosracEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Horse Traded the 86 3800 Turbo away and ended up with a 88 Coup duke project car + parts for another Fiero restoration & 3800 build.

Yes, I threw in the towel as after the last knock down I didn't want any more...."no mas" "no mas"

I wanted to be in the 88 club and just didn't like way too many things on the 86.

So without further ado here how she looked right before I received her.






A lot of cleaning, removing stuff, killing spiders, and more cleaning and the project gets moving along.







I hope to get the duke back on the road soon as it will NOT be a garage queen...LOL

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looks fast
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Thanks for the build thread
I will be following it closely
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Mmmmm... Power windows... Nice

I hope u work faster than Stephen. ;(

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Nice barn find.. Save yourself a bunch of hassle and money. If you want the car to go fast, chrome plate the exhaust manifold, add some roller rockers, some REALLY thick sparkplug wires, a Holley side scoop, 4 stickers for the inside of the trunklid located exactly 4.75" apart, and 3 scoops. Each scoop adds about 30 HP. A super chip and an MSD ignition coil will easily give you another 30 HP, especially if you make it look cool and mount the coil in the trunk. Don't forget to spray paint your valve a different color, as you will lose top end torque if it remains the same color as the car.

There. I just saved you a bunch of money and many hours of hassle. You are welcome

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Nice barn find.. Save yourself a bunch of hassle and money. If you want the car to go fast, chrome plate the exhaust manifold, add some roller rockers, some REALLY thick sparkplug wires, a Holley side scoop, 4 stickers for the inside of the trunklid located exactly 4.75" apart, and 3 scoops. Each scoop adds about 30 HP. A super chip and an MSD ignition coil will easily give you another 30 HP, especially if you make it look cool and mount the coil in the trunk. Don't forget to spray paint your valve a different color, as you will lose top end torque if it remains the same color as the car.

There. I just saved you a bunch of money and many hours of hassle. You are welcome



Thx, I appreciate the tips.

I DO want the scoops as that Ram Air boost stacks the incoming air flow thus giving the Smokey Yunick effect.

I will have 4 maybe 5 scoops when it is all said and done with. (Really, not kidding on this one)

Definitely will chrome plate something, maybe the Alt as I need the extra amps that chrome plating puts out.

Not decided on the VC color yet but that is a great idea as that will keep that tip in mind.

I got the stickers covered but they are residing in the hood instead of the decklid as I don't want to detract from the engine performance.

Finally the car is a project so I can't get around the hassle part as I am doing most of the work myself. I'll call in the big guns if and when I need help.
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looks fast


Don't hate ! I got the speed part covered. Just wait and see.

 
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Mmmmm... Power windows... Nice

I hope u work faster than Stephen. ;(


Ahhh Hahaha, that wont be hard. PM Sent
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I got the stickers covered but they are residing in the hood instead of the decklid as I don't want to detract from the engine performance.

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I agree with this ^^^^

Plus with all those stickers up front the car will handle a whole lot better...

Jim

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I agree with this ^^^^

Plus with all those stickers up front the car will handle a whole lot better...

Jim



I know right, but you must carefully place an equal number of stickers on the left and right side of the hood.
Also be sure to put one big azz sticker in the middle for optimal balance.
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Here we go again

Can't wait to see...let me know if you need any parts.

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Here we go again

Can't wait to see...let me know if you need any parts.


I will need some in the very near future.
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Mmmmm... Power windows... Nice

I hope u work faster than Stephen. ;(


Hey...I heard that.....Urs is finally somewhat coming to an end...SLOWLY.....
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Well time 4 an update. I got the car running tagged and inspected early this January. First week of 2015 and my 88 coup is back on the road...Yeah.

The timing gear was toast so I purchased all necessary parts to GIT ER DONE. Dropped it off at the shop but once they got in there it was recommended to rebuild the Duke.

Needless to say I wasn't about to spend $$$ on rebuilding the Duke so I thought I was SOL. I cursed my luck and started to think about what the hell am I going to do now.

I got lucky and found 2002z28ssconv 50,000 mile - 88 Duke 2.5 and auto - FS thread in the mall. I PM'ed him and made it happen and after all was said and done she's rollin!


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I planed on fixing any major issues first then will get to the interior restoration, as that is slated to be taken care of first.

The car runs and drives ok but was making a clunking sound at low speeds.

After a little investigation and a few phone calls it was determined that the end links probably were the issue.


AS you can see there are NO rubber ends. WTH, Apparently it crumbled away.



So I go to AutoZone and they sell me the wrong ones. I assume there are the rear links.


It wasn't as easy a job as it should of been as I couldn't get a socket to stay on both ends because the link just dangled and danced around when I tried to put a socket on it.
So I finally get a socket on it and the boltz wont budge. PB Blaster and WD40 didn't do the trick but he angle grinder sure did.

Look Ma..... the washers are fused together.


Rear links installed on the Front...a NO go.



I ended up ordering the Fiero Store end links and got them installed and the control arms cleaned up a little.

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I also had to do something with the radio situation ASAP. I just can't live without tunes in the car.
I removed the aftermarket head unit as soon as I got the car last year.
Needless to say the install was butchered.
Actually the head unit wasn't even screwed in but the wiring was a snakes den.
Good thing they didn't fubar any of the wiring.

Got a Pontiac Monsoon unit from Fiero Tom and Kicker speakers from Frys.

I had to remove a metal bracket in the dash for the monsoon unit to clear. After that it installed pretty easily.


The Kicker speakers NOT so much. I got the round 5 1/4" an 4" inch because I read that the round speakers sound better than the cone oval shape ones.



I also got some adapters so they would fit the Fiero openings.



I had to clearance some of the original opening as it was interfering with the proper seating of the speaker.



The 4" round kicker DID NOT fit as the magnet was too big and my 4x6 adapter is too thin. It did not have enough space to allow proper mounting of the speaker.
I will be returning the 4" round and get the 4x6 kickers as the install should be much easier. I hope the magnet isn't too big on those and they fit?

However, with just the front speaker active, the sound quality is amazing as compared to those other junk speakers.

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I hope u work faster than Stephen. ;(


I guess, NOT. He is the Flash compared to how slow I am going...LOL
But made more progress some updates coming soon.
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I hope u work faster than Stephen. ;(


 
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I guess, NOT. He is the Flash compared to how slow I am going...LOL
But made more progress some updates coming soon.


NOSRAC...can't wait to see more updates...and yall shouldn't pick on Stephen....OR WAIT...yes pick on Stephen till he doesn't want to work on any cars south of Greenville, TX

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NOSRAC...can't wait to see more updates...and yall shouldn't pick on Stephen....OR WAIT...yes pick on Stephen till he doesn't want to work on any cars south of Greenville, TX


I know right! Stephens services are in high demand. My one year old is taking up a lot of my free time and $$$ so the Fiero has taken a back seat.

I just need to get it in GEAR and GIT ER DID !
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I guess, NOT. He is the Flash compared to how slow I am going...LOL
But made more progress some updates coming soon.


It sounds easy and fast till its time to knock it out then u see between work, family and having a life it takes forever. Slow and steady wins the race....
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BUMP!, 4 the sake of getting something done!
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New Wheels 17x7 I plan on pairing these with some Nitto tires 215x45 R17. These should go nicely with the 12" corvette rotors.




These would Finish the Wheels off nicely. Anyone know where I can get some?

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Nosrac

PM or Text me...I have the templates and you can order exactly what you want through domelabels.com
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Selling my 88 wheels and Wing if anyone is interested.





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Upcoming Engine Upgrade Goodies. Still working on the paint as it is a lot harder than it seems when you try to get fancy.

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These would Finish the Wheels off nicely. Anyone know where I can get some?



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How I did mine:

Chrome center caps from Fiero store, spray paint black, and decals from http://fierosails.com/decal.html (scroll to bottom) then spay clear lacquer to protect.


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The 4x6 rear speakers were putting out some weak sauce so I upgraded to some 6.5". Hopefully this will do the trick.




6.5" installed on the Fiero Store Rear wall speaker panel
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Nitto 555R DR mounted


Gold plated (zinc) 12" rotors currently Getting re-drilled for 5x100

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I can dig the wheels. Are they gold?
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I can dig the wheels. Are they gold?

Yes, Gold wheels and rotors.
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plated rotors? what does that do? The plating is gone after your first road trip.
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plated rotors? what does that do? The plating is gone after your first road trip.


The zinc plating is suppose to deter rusting.
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The Iron Duke gotta Go!

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Rodney has the wheel caps. Gotta set on my car
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Looking Good Nosrac!

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Looking Good Nosrac!



Thank You very much for the Center Cap Information. They came out pretty good. .

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Glad you like them! They should look really good with your rims.
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Coming along nicely but I'm not 100% happy with my wheels.





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Those wheels are fine.
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New Shoes


Engine and Trans on Cradle

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