Ok... I'll answer
the question now BEFORE everyone asks, "What Happened?". Well, I
lost my job and my web server in December. With no money and no
place to host the site, it fell back on the priority list behind
paying for food and the bills to keep the house running. Thanks
to Dave and his web server, we have resurrected
DOHCFiero.com from the ashes with a newfound drive to keep
things rolling and updated. For those of you that have been
looking for the site and it's information, I truly apologize. I
know there was no warning, but it was beyond my control. One
more negative in this whole mess, anything that does not appear
on this website, but was sent to me via email, I no longer have.
PLEASE, if you have ANY information that will update information
what we have here or information we don't currently have, send
it on over so we can include it. It is absolutely critical that
we have as much and complete information that we possibly can.
In any case, we're back and we're staying around for good! Dave
was gracious enough to provide the host and we couldn't be more
happy and thankful! Thanks Dave!!! You Rock!!!
I had 3 Fiero enthusiasts along with Dave at the house to help
prep a removal of an ailing 3.4TDC from Dave's 93 Grand Prix and
I got my first ride in a nice and strong TDC powered Fiero (no,
mine isn't done yet). Let me say now, anyone that thinks there's
no low end torque in this motor couldn't be more mistaken. All I
have to say on the matter is, there's MORE than enough to spare.
It pulls hard, revs quick, and is VERY impressive and I can't
wait to finish mine up. It was a HUGE kick in the pants to get
back to work on both Dave's and my own!
We are needing
write-ups in the following areas to help complete the information
(anything outside of what has been posted or possibly for more
(with item number, description, and price)
else that you can think of that hasn't been posted yet.
What we hope
this site will bring is a COMPLETE information store for this
swap. I WILL NOT pull ANY information of any sort from any other
website without express written permission of the originating
author. I'm basically saying that if it isn't yours, don't
submit it. Only original write-ups please. We don't want to tick
anyone off, just want to help people out in providing as
accurate and complete information as we can. If the information
has been pulled from another site, it is annotated as such and
proper credit is always given to the author. Please submit all
articles, pics, etc... to the email link in the navigation bar
to the left.
Become a Contributing Author
Do you have information that we have yet to publish? Is it
well documented? Are there photographs of the procedures you
outline? If you answered "Yes" to these questions, please
submit your article for the archives to help like-minded
people find the information they need to do the job. Remember,
knowledge is power and we all have to learn from somewhere.
Even though we are trying to be completely helpful, we
cannot be held responsible for any damage or harm that may
come upon you, your vehicle, or any innocent bystanders as a
result of this information. Only you know your limits of
skills and knowledge and therefore, only you can be
responsible for what you do to your car. This site is for