Thanks a lot. The only trouble I have is that I'm NEVER done with that car. There's always something I want to do to it. Right now, it's a 2 inch drop with poly bushings, a larger front sway bar, and a rear sway bar. Next will be a set of side scoops, followed by heated leather seats and leather door panels. I may have a sickness, but I don't want to be cured.wycowboy said:Nice looking Fiero, hope mine looks as good when I get done with it.
Thatnks for the compliment. They're TSW Blade's, 15X7. I'm running a 205/60 directional Perelli on them, but I think I might bump the backs up to a 215 to fill the wheel wells out a little better.YankeeHick79 said:nice wheels! what are those - size and name? sweet!
What's scary is I've actually seen some Fieros like that. Big wing, fart pipes, vinyl graphics everywhere. I feel so sorry for those poor cars.hooyeah said:18's fart exhaust and a big ol bookshelf wing now that would be tyte hehe jk nice ride have fun with it and do none of the above
I rebuilt it awhile ago to mostly stock specs. It has a mild Hughes cam, 1.6:1 rockers, high performance Holley TBI, and a .030 overbore. I'm looking for the Holley intake (have to get it used as they don't make it anymore), and I'm thinking about buying a header for it, but they're super expensive. I also installed a high flow cat, and a V-6 Fiero exhaust system.hooyeah said:have you done anytihng to the engine?
Here are few good links to get you started on. http://www.fierosails.com/fierosecrets.html http://www.kitcar.com/exotic/home.htmlTrailduster79 said:You guys have any more links to the body kits for the Fieros??