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MAX-2.8 4 spd muncie Fiero

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MAX-2.8 4 spd muncie Fiero last won the day on July 24 2016

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About MAX-2.8 4 spd muncie Fiero

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    Butler, PA
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    Eric D.
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    2.8 V6
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  1. I'd Love to have a FOREVER PONTIAC T-shirt!!
  2. Sure it won't win but what the hell, I'll enter My 86 SE V6/4 spd Muncie with gasket matched ported and polished heads with Roller Rocker arms
  3. Hi Stephen, haven't gotten it up to My house yet as I have to wait till My friend has time to trailer it up here, he's typically very busy so I have to wait until it is convenient for him. I am excited knowing that one day soon (hopefully) I'll be able to wrench on it and get it back on the road and park My Acura until winter arrives....where I now live is at the bottom of a large hill so I'll park Fiero again for winter but indoors this time at least. My Fiero was My daily driver for quite a few years but now that I have a 2nd car I don't see the sense in running it anytime other than spring
  4. Hi Stephen, I may have the Fiero up here to My new house sooner rather than later. Was at friends shop and a friend/customer of his that used to be a neighbor of Mine years ago stopped by to pick up a finished job and offered to trailer My Fiero up to My house as soon as He has some spare time. Can't wait, so curious to tear into it and see what's up, after I run it and let it heat up 1st...not being the trained tech... it does sound plausible to Me that for it to just all of the sudden quit working that heating up the trans fluid may release a sticking bearing. I have a Love hate relatio
  5. Thank You Again Stephen .. no I hadn't seen that bulletin. I often shop Rock Auto but typically it's for My Vigor, Only thing Fiero needs is clutch to work so when I read Your reply I went to RA and signed in...had planned to in order to price release bearing. I greatly appreciate the info/help You have given Me and apologize for not being able to answer Your questions properly...right now $ is the issue for Me so until I can get the car here to see it to work on it I'm unable to give You good answers.. At the moment I have to try and fix the Vigor for next months PA safety inspection as it is
  6. Hi Stephan Thanks for the reply and not being offended. Yes the car/clutch worked as it should after the transplant and never gave any indications there was a problem with it. Mind You it was rarely run or moved after the transplant but it did work just fine after the engine swap, only left it sit to keep mileage down on it and I had another car as My daily driver at the time. That is why I was so puzzled when all of the sudden the pedal felt soft/funny when I went to start it as I normally did monthly one day, had no signs or warnings of clutch going out on Me before that day. I kept saying i
  7. talked to a friend today and he suggested just running it and let it get nice and hot for a bit....maybe release bearing sticking
  8. Count Me in... Thank You....oops too late Congrats to winner
  9. I have a Mini-Ductor as well and Absolutely love it.... worth every penny as far as I'm concerned considering how much time is saved removing rusted nuts. My Mini-Ductor turns a nut cherry red in about 10 seconds!! then just put Your wrench on it and it will come off as if it were a brand new nut coming off bolt with ease. Just My opinion but I think any shop that deals with old cars should have a Mini-Ductor.... No Flame=safer and You can remove rusted nuts in under a minute. I bought Mine because it seems like all the cars I work on anymore are all older and I tired of spending so much time
  10. Oh yeah sorry, 1st time clutch didn't engage and pedal felt funny I checked under decklid and discovered a cracked hydraulic line right at the fitting going into slave cylinder. That is when I repaired the line and rebuilt the slave with better upgraded seals and could find NO leaks in system when I was done and it 'seemed' properly bled.
  11. 1st and foremost I apologize if I offended you Stephen, not My intention when speaking about mech's in My area...was just trying to explain I do have some wrenching skills so I'm not totally mechanically dense even though I may seem to be at times....and Welcome Your help. I really don't like making excuses but the pain I deal with messes with my brain and I don't always think clearly, that is My reasoning behind seeking help here...hell I was stupidly getting ready to weld something recently when I realized JB Weld would do the job in about 5 minutes!!!! I was actually dumbfounded I hadn't re
  12. Oh yeah... check Fiero Store online as well as Rodney Dickman online ....gears may be cheaper at one of them than site You list...cheaper in price not quality. One of the pics on site You list shows a Fiero I believe so They may make em for various cars with hidden headlights...that's why I suggested Rodney Dickman because I believe He offers brass gears for various cars
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