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ejs262
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"because photobucket stinks, most of my pictures are gone, but here is my Fiero's build http://realfierotech.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=17757"
Last Activity: January 17, 2021, 03:25 PM
Joined: August 5, 2019
Location: Washington state
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  • ejs262
    replied to 1985 Fiero build
    Now for a small update...

    I acquired another front suspension from a buddy's parts car a while back, today I took it apart in preparation...
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  • ejs262
    replied to 1985 Fiero build
    I'm still plugging away at this, I've been working on the tune, and making huge amounts of progress. I ordered a ton of suspension part that I probably...
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  • ejs262
    replied to 1985 Fiero build
    Instead of sleeping, like a normal person on night shift, I worked on my car all day!

    Today was a bit of a headache, I have been fighting...
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  • ejs262
    replied to 1985 Fiero build
    With about 12 hours to spare, I met my goal of driving the car before new year's! I went for a spin around the neighborhood, totaling a little over 2...
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  • ejs262
    replied to BangSail?
    My crappy furnace with the lid off... I plan to build a new one, using ceramic wool insulation and a thinner refractory lining. the crucible is good for...
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  • ejs262
    replied to BangSail?
    you probably don't need one that big either though... I've been working towards using my 3d printer to make molds for metal casting using my home made...
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  • ejs262
    replied to 1985 Fiero build
    That's a bummer! the stock chassis is very rigid, especially for a 80's GM car! I'm working on (in my head at least) some brackets for the front suspension...
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  • ejs262
    replied to 1985 Fiero build
    well, today seems really hit and miss...

    I ended up with a vacuum leak that totally killed any idea of idle control, it looks like the culprit...
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  • ejs262
    replied to The Pig Rig
    when you have the whole vehicle available for parts, you end up with less nickel and dime parts attacking the budget. I'm also perfectly happy with using...
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  • ejs262
    replied to The Pig Rig
    I didn't try to imply the vortec head swap would cost more, what I meant, was that if I spend $1000-1500, that gets DEEP into getting stuff for an engine...
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  • ejs262
    replied to The Pig Rig
    There are a ton of other benefits to an LSx based engine, but this truck probably won't get one of them either way, I have my sights set on diesel for...
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  • ejs262
    replied to The Pig Rig
    you bring up a good point. cost also depends on the condition of the "new" heads too, if the decks are flat, and the guides true, they won't...
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  • ejs262
    replied to The Pig Rig
    I didn't know about the manifold differences, thanks.


    The EBL is a pretty awesome computer, it allows for use of the stock TBI unit,...
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  • ejs262
    replied to The Pig Rig
    been almost a year since the last update, and there really hasn't been much to say. I was daily driving it until about mid july when the ignition module...
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