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General Fiero Discussion / Re: needed: ROAD TRACK
« on: January 30, 2014, 11:37:25 PM »
This weekend (Feb 1 and Feb 2) the Buccaneer SCCA region is kicking off the 2014 AutoX season. Feb 1 is a Test/Tune day; Feb 2 is the first race of the season. Located at Hutchinson Island. there is a fee to partake, but its pretty reasonable. There is another weekend coming up with whats called a Novice school March 1 and another race March 2.

 More information can be found here: http://buccaneerregion.org/soloevents.html

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General Fiero Discussion / Re: solo is autocross?
« on: January 30, 2014, 11:31:47 PM »
AutoX is quite literally the cheapest form of racing. Ive been participating in the Atlanta Region on and off the past 2 years, but I am more dedicated to Buccaneer region (Savannah). I started racing in Formula SAE (Collegiate design/built/prepped Open wheel car) and changed to my WRX, since then I bought an 86 Fiero with the 2.5 that will make its debut sometime this season.

Its a real fun cheap hobby, if you plan to go AutoX at some point, let me know!

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General Discussion / Re: Cars and Coffee Jan 25th Columbia, SC
« on: January 30, 2014, 11:24:26 PM »
There is also Cars & Coffee Shows starting up in a few months in Savannah, just FYI.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/SavannahCarsandCoffee/

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The Market / Re: FS/FT Engine Mount
« on: December 19, 2013, 11:01:24 PM »
just for sale now, no longer in need of skeleton or wing. Picture is at the link: http://www.flickr.com/photos/53921502@N07/11142367524/

still in original packaging, unopened, shoot me an offer, located in McDonough.

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The Market / FS/FT Engine Mount
« on: December 17, 2013, 07:58:47 PM »
For sale is a 1986 2.5L engine mount for a car with an auto trans. Its brand new and still in the original packaging in the box. I bought this accidentally from Rockauto.

selling for $18, or trade for a center console skeleton or rear wing

Located in McDonough.

Thanks
PRND3L

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The Market / Re: Assorted Fiero Parts For Sale
« on: December 17, 2013, 07:51:51 PM »
Do you have a center console skeleton?

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The Market / Re: GOOD console skeleton for sale.
« on: December 17, 2013, 07:30:26 PM »
Bump 'cause I'm broke & need money for parts & my property tax is past due...  :(
Make an offer.
Sorry for all the bumps but I'm desperate.  :P
~ Paul
aka "Tha Driver"

Custom Fiberglass Parts

Do you still have this?

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Tech Tips, Tech Questions / Preferred Clutch kit?
« on: September 17, 2013, 11:00:50 PM »
I am in need of replacing my clutch in my '86 2M4. The car is mostly going to be used as a SCCA track day/AutoX/RallyX car. I'm looking for a stock replacement clutch kit that is reccomended for this use and can stand up to it a little better then a standard clutch kit. I would go with the consumer favorite according to RockAuto.com, except that there isn't a declared favorite. Are there any "better" clutch kits for this application?

Thanks,
Alex

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General Discussion / Re: Anyone in the Augusta, GA area?
« on: September 17, 2013, 10:49:32 PM »
I am kind of local to you, I go to school Ga Southern University in Statesboro Ga.

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General Discussion / Re: Hello, Im new to the Fiero World
« on: August 29, 2013, 11:07:18 AM »
Yeah, I might make it out to that meeting. Thanks for letting me know about it.

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General Discussion / Re: Hello, Im new to the Fiero World
« on: August 28, 2013, 01:27:50 PM »
I don't think the guy had his Fiero with him that day, but I believe he introduced himself as Jeremy.

Yeah from what I've been reading the Duke isn't a engine suited for what I am doing, but for the time it will do the job. After all the car is going to be for fun. I'd like to put a V^ in it eventually but that is way off in the horizon in terms for the project.

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General Discussion / Re: Hello, Im new to the Fiero World
« on: August 28, 2013, 10:38:20 AM »
As far as I can tell there isn't any form of ID of it being an SE or some other model Fiero. The only clear markings that I see are 2M4. I live in Mcdonough but I go to school at GA Southern where I am a member of the Formula and Baja SAE Teams.

Modifications that I have planned for the Fiero are kind of unknown. Im going to start stock and over time make it bigger, better, faster, etc. I actually ran into another member of this club that pointed me to this forum while I was at Pull-A-Part and he said one thing I could do to the Iron duke is put a GM 350 V8 fuel injector to get a little extra "umph."

I've actually started building this car "backwards," as I said it currently doesn't run, but I haven't noticed any real signs of why it shouldn't from the brief work I have done. Once I get my patched fuel tank back Ill start work on the power train this weekend. Currently I've got some BBS alloys off a VW in Pull-A-Part that I will run my Hoosiers for AutoX, I installed some Summit "Race" seats in it cause the original Fiero seats were garbage, a set of tail lights, and the fuel tank from PAP. Depending on how bad the engine and trans may or may not be, its then a matter at looking at whats next in importance to fix. It might need a new clutch, and will be in need of new brakes. I guess its a good thing I dont have the Fiero down here at school with me, haha.  ;D

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General Discussion / Hello, Im new to the Fiero World
« on: August 27, 2013, 09:59:06 PM »
Hey Guys,

My name is Alex and I just recently purchased an '86 2M4. I bought this with the intentions of just having car to serve as an AutoX/RallyX/Drag/Troll Car/ and minimal street duty. this is my first experience with a Fiero or anything of this type of platform. I daily drive a Subaru WRX, but love just about any car on the road. I look forward to getting my hands dirty on this Fiero.

I bought it for a modest $200. The story behind it was that the owner I bought it from wanted to learn how to be a mechanic, hit a snag in terms of finances, and had to park it; it sat for five years then I became the lucky owner of a non-running Fiero. Fortunately in doing some diag and beginning tinkering with it, it appears to be solid and in need of a good amount of T.L.C to get it back to running condition. I'm really excited about this car. and I cant wait to get more into it.

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