So originally I had planned on having a pre-assembled one but the wait was killing me. So I switched my order and my unassembled machine showed up super fast.
When I got the package, the box was in perfect shape with zero damage. When I finally got around to opened it i discovered the pan took some damage. The outside rails are all wavey. I should be able to take a straight edge and tap the rails with a mallet to get them back straight. The floor of the pan has been beat up also. Im just hoping the Y won’t be too affected from the distortion to the pan.
Nothing I can’t fix but damn it……I work a lot so it will slow my process down quite a bit.
Wow, sorry to hear that. Maybe just get some pictures and throw an email to Langmuir to let them know. I had damage to the touch screen box. It was totally destroyed but thankfully the monitor worked fine. I still let them know just so they could change practices later if they received enough reports of damage. Good luck.
Well if you want to run a Honda K series motor in it for awhile, looks like @papaG has just about got a kit done you could use in that, made on his MR1! You would love more ponies than the original with a pumped up K series motor.
I put an Olds quad 4 in mine back in the day, and just a +60 hp bump was awesome. Eventually it got a Northstar alum V8 before it left…
Fieros, engine swaps, LS engines… this thread is full of like minded people!
After 6 years and 55K miles as a naturally aspirated LS4/F40 6 speed, this is going in my 88 Fiero and it fits the stock trunk:
Thanks! That is a cutout. I wanted to maximize muffling (dual inline mufflers with 3.5" dia and max length 3" diameter) for cruising and daily driving. The cutout is for max effort runs. Thinking about wiring it to a “Go Baby Go” button on the shifter for fun. I plan to dyno the car with the cutout open and closed to see what the gain and sound difference is.