Iron Duke Intake Rebuild | Saturday Projects

More crust is removed from this intake manifold than from sandwiches made by the worst kind of people.
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  • I DID like what I saw and heard, but what I tasted... It was pure horror. I don't even know how you did that.

    quixototalisquixototalisЖилийн өмнө
    • @Eric S. What you say is true but for longevity having to give your dog a bath after it got sprayed by a skunk dead in the face.... That was 7 years ago and I still smell that smell in our clothes dryer. My wife says I am crazy but she also doesn't know how I can taste when she doesn't use the good water instead of tap water to make coffee.

      MJBMJBЖилийн өмнө
    • Nothing, and I mean nothing smells like old rear diff fluid......

      Eric S.Eric S.Жилийн өмнө
    • If he was a cookie cutter restoration guy, we could have tasted cookies, but no!

      Trey CookTrey CookЖилийн өмнө
    • @Blunt Force To any serious GearHead, it's aroma !!

      Marc René YvonMarc René YvonЖилийн өмнө
    • For some reason all I could think of was the smell of bad gas and a hint of what I smelled at a junkyard, a mixture of burnt oil, burnt transmission fluid and antifreeze

      Blunt ForceBlunt ForceЖилийн өмнө
  • I dont think you have a clue the definition of "inert"

    Zzst ZZzst ZӨдрийн өмнө
  • I'm nearly done getting through all of your Fiero series, and it has me seriously motivated to get back to work on my own project which I've been neglecting. You've provided a lot of valuable insight for how I'll tackle many of the issues, I'm looking forward to diving into your older stuff once I get to the end of the Fiero content!

    Keegan EnnisKeegan Ennis3 өдрийн өмнө
  • Yes it's a good thing not to paint the spring red. I have seen too many cars with their brake calipers painted red and it increases the speed of the car to where the driver loses control. LOL You got some good use out of the sand blaster, "I really need one", they are really an indispensable tool for any shop.

    Paul AyalaPaul Ayala5 өдрийн өмнө
  • I am that guy. Started on part 11. I'm not circling back and enjoying every step of the way. I'm an '88 Fiero Formula owner, btw. Great series!

    Braden ArcherBraden Archer27 өдрийн өмнө
  • Protip: Don't use Fram filters

    EvilJ069EvilJ06929 өдрийн өмнө
  • Awesome vid

    yaballa85yaballa85Сарын өмнө
  • fun fact, the usps mail box trucks have an iron duke in them.

    Matt GreenbergMatt Greenberg3 сарын өмнө
  • Throttle bodies don't need the extensive cleaning that carbs due to the fact that they don't have as many small passages. Good work on your rebuild.

    Skyler KrollSkyler Kroll4 сарын өмнө
  • i wanted a little more after that painting video this week. just realized I missed this one waaaay back when. 🙌

    SpaceMissileSpaceMissile5 сарын өмнө
  • Hi, fellow tinkerer! MNthe's algorithm just randomly put your video in my queue, and i must say - for a first time view of your work, i like your style! Now, excuse me if i'm wrong, but at 10:15 - 10:16 of your video, when you said "This looks great... it really does!", something really caught my eye. From this frame's angle, look along the top of the throttle body assembly. There are five bolts/screws with six-lobe (thorx) heads, about 20 size(in my region's measurement system, AKA- small). The rear three, middle one. I definitely see a crack (black curved line?) along the housing, exactly where the bolt/screw passes through both pieces.... But it shouldn't be a crack - if it's that visible, you should have noticed it! That's just me! Sorry for the weird expressions - I'm from Bulgaria and my english is a bit rusty! Keep up the good work - your video content is great, and those skills you are accumulating in the process will pay off, big time!

    BrainStormKZBrainStormKZ5 сарын өмнө
  • Been rewatching these videos cause I need another video. It’s a quarter after one and I’m all alone and I need you now

    V8 For A HeartV8 For A Heart5 сарын өмнө
  • whats the part number for the egr valve?

    TopHat Videos Inc.TopHat Videos Inc.10 сарын өмнө
  • Great video

    flatfoot62flatfoot6210 сарын өмнө
  • BTW - I have had friends with 4 cylinder and 6 cylinder Fieros and they say the 6 cylinder adds very little to the performance and adds a lot to fuel consumption.

    Dale MaggioDale MaggioЖилийн өмнө
  • Instead of Throttle Body, does someone make a Multi Port and would it give the engine more zing.

    Dale MaggioDale MaggioЖилийн өмнө
  • Do you plan to restore outside and if yes what colour you thinking

    naive1naive1Жилийн өмнө
  • Oven Cleaner. Not a bad idea, but Blue Dawn and a brush will take care of that.

    johnjohnЖилийн өмнө
  • Please tell me that you painted the rusty bolts and nuts. Lol

    Robin FrancisRobin FrancisЖилийн өмнө
  • 4:50 So anyway, I started blasting

    WhereverHugoWhereverHugoЖилийн өмнө
  • There was an 86 Fiero at my Pull-A-Part yesterday they had for sale. By the time I found the hub cab and proportioning valve I needed some guy bought it for his kid. $2900.00 for 33 year old Ohio car is just a bit too much if you ask me.

    MJBMJBЖилийн өмнө
  • If you think an i6 is a natural balance you should read up on i8's

    Dustin PooleDustin PooleЖилийн өмнө
  • Hey, that beautiful wooden carpenter bench deserves protection! The shame.......

    Wallace GrommetWallace GrommetЖилийн өмнө
  • Cold open?!

    Wallace GrommetWallace GrommetЖилийн өмнө
  • why would you put the old rusty bolts back onto it after making everything else nice and clean?

    Jason SwiftJason SwiftЖилийн өмнө
  • I love your videos. But I wish you wouldn't wash all that oil, grease and chemicals straight into the ground.

    holybritchesholybritchesЖилийн өмнө
  • You are doing a fine job. Keep it up. You will always look back at this project with good feelings. I am sure you are going to be a star. Well done, cant wait to see the final result. Thumbs up.

    MrMaxeemumMrMaxeemumЖилийн өмнө
  • Cool Thomas Goonzquad t-shirt! :)

    MetalTrabantMetalTrabantЖилийн өмнө
  • Your blasting setup. I have the same compressor. Do you have problems keeping enough air pressure while blasting with that compressor? What medium do you use?

    MJBMJBЖилийн өмнө
  • your voice is the most non-annoying narration voice ever.. thank you for that

    Charlotte WCharlotte WЖилийн өмнө
  • I see that goonzquad tee, now supercharge this thing

    Marquise ThomasMarquise ThomasЖилийн өмнө
  • looks great

    fkflintstonefkflintstoneЖилийн өмнө
  • The Fiero is coming along quite nicely! I'd definitely do something about the rusty bolts though, leaving them like that is likely only going to give bigger headaches down the line, could cause rust to form quicker on surrounding parts, and it really does stick out like a sore thumb next to everything you've cleaned up. Evapo-Rust seems to be a great option for getting rid of rust very easily, Hand Tool Rescue uses it all the time and seems to work wonders on everything he throws at it.

    LanthireLanthireЖилийн өмнө
  • Kid you keep amazing me! I want to do all you did! Do you have any mechanical background? I didn’t and when I was 20 or so I redid the head on one fiery I had, before MNthe and was a big fail! Keep going!

    Joey CabbageJoey CabbageЖилийн өмнө
  • Who are those butt darts that Dislike these videos?!?

    New Outlet AnimationNew Outlet AnimationЖилийн өмнө
  • I dont understand how you do what you do. I love the videos and I hope that I can do things like this one day. I just don’t understand how you manage to put everything back together correctly XD.

    Lazer LordLazer LordЖилийн өмнө
  • great job kid! keep up the good work. lovin this.

    Mark B.Mark B.Жилийн өмнө
  • Enjoying this series... 2 things a Fiero owner hates about their cars; Getting in & Getting out

    Ron RubaRon RubaЖилийн өмнө
  • Buy yourself a tumbler if you are going to be reusing old hardware. They are cheap and will reflect the effort you put into blasting and painting all the other stuff.

    ShannonShannonЖилийн өмнө
  • Where does he find all his parts from??

    Cody GoodwinCody GoodwinЖилийн өмнө
    • @Ronald Finger thought so thanks so much doing my own resto on my 84 been watching your videos to help me

      Cody GoodwinCody GoodwinЖилийн өмнө
    • Rock Auto!

      Ronald FingerRonald FingerЖилийн өмнө
  • This looks amazing!!

    Joe schmoJoe schmoЖилийн өмнө
  • Good job

    james muscojames muscoЖилийн өмнө
  • I use a soft wire brush wheel on a bench grinder for cleaning up bolts.. works really well.

    ISEE YOUISEE YOUЖилийн өмнө
  • vicariously along for the experience you share...67yr old in Seattle that enjoys your awesome vlog...you got skills that reflect your commitment to moving the project to such a high level of personal success as well as satisfaction in other words, "well done" and thank you

    Tom DaleTom DaleЖилийн өмнө
  • Awesome, man.

    Aza ShukriAza ShukriЖилийн өмнө
  • Your editing is really good

    Bobby JohnsonBobby JohnsonЖилийн өмнө
  • 2:47 a little dead blow hammer love 😂

    Ian DormineyIan DormineyЖилийн өмнө
  • So had I filmed my work, Eastwood would've sent me equipment while doing a restoration? Lol

    SimonTekSimonTekЖилийн өмнө
  • I don't understand... you go through so much effort cleaning everything up but you keep the bolts rusty why don't you use the bench grinder you have and just clean it up a bit.... takes a second out of your day makes your work look a lot more pro. nothing wrong with reusing hardware there is a problem with leaving it rusty though

    Allister BowerAllister BowerЖилийн өмнө
  • DROP THE ENGINE ALREADY!

    Dean ADean AЖилийн өмнө
    • That already happened in Part 6?

      Ronald FingerRonald FingerЖилийн өмнө
  • 2:54 Very Smooth... You We’re Saying?

    Abdiel J. AponteAbdiel J. AponteЖилийн өмнө
  • Wow, nice work!

    Gearhead1432Gearhead1432Жилийн өмнө
  • Get some Evaporust for the rusty hardware.

    Dennis ParksDennis ParksЖилийн өмнө
  • Thought you might like to try your hand at Parkerizing phosphate and oil finish, here's a how to video mnthe.info/bill/video/fdmKyaq8e5d7hZ4

    Scott EScott EЖилийн өмнө
  • PS isnt it hard to get part like gaskets and such or are they some kind of universal?

    Rombout VersluijsRombout VersluijsЖилийн өмнө
    • Man i cant stand those rusty bolts and nuts next to those super nice cleaned parts ;)

      Rombout VersluijsRombout VersluijsЖилийн өмнө
  • PS shoud you have taped the vacuum fitting openings? Doesnt that matter?

    Rombout VersluijsRombout VersluijsЖилийн өмнө
  • love the Goonzquad merch looks good on you

    Scott SScott SЖилийн өмнө
  • You must write scripts for your videos. You really ought to do some research into passive voice. You use it constantly. It weakens your message and your video. It sounds terrble.

    Jim MJim MЖилийн өмнө
    • Jim M, I appreciate the suggestion, truly. But I really do speak like that. I mumble, stutter, and mush my words together normally, so I very carefully choose my words when speaking so I don’t do that, even with day to day conversation. I guess it just comes out in passive voice, as it isn’t something I consciously chose to do.

      Ronald FingerRonald FingerЖилийн өмнө
    • @Ronald Finger I seriously doubt that you speak in the passive voice. It is much more natural to say that I painted the lower control arm or that I applied anti-seize rather than to saythat the lower control arm was painted or that anti-seize was applied. I like your videos I just think you can strengthen your message by use of the active voice. I used to use the passive voice a lot in my writing. Just passing the suggestion along to you.

      Jim MJim MЖилийн өмнө
    • My only message is to explain what I’m doing on camera. If that is conveyed clearly to people, then using active voice is not superior to passive voice. Im just going to keep writing/speaking how I would normally since that seems to be working out pretty well for me.

      Ronald FingerRonald FingerЖилийн өмнө
  • Gaaah! Ronald! EYE PROTECTION!!!

    Rob SchofieldRob SchofieldЖилийн өмнө
  • Your content and production values with the narration is. just. excellent!!

    Walt's ChannelWalt's ChannelЖилийн өмнө
  • Nice job

    Mr5 StarsMr5 StarsЖилийн өмнө
  • ...then, the linkage rod was snapped into place. Nice! Steve1989MRE intensifies!! 🤣🤣🤣

    playsinmudplaysinmudЖилийн өмнө
  • RED? FAST! a fan of a certain hobby i see! now you ave no choice but ta join da kult of speed ya Git!!

    SmacstacSmacstacЖилийн өмнө
  • dead blow hammer love hmmmmmmmmm....

    jody walesjody walesЖилийн өмнө
  • Showed up in my del sol to a meet and there were four dudes with restored Fierros and I can see why you love them. They actually sound pretty beastly, I hope you add a sick exhaust. They had all seen your channel too, keep it up!

    bradyn bassettbradyn bassettЖилийн өмнө
  • Don't change anything that you do!!! screw those that say you are not a proper restoration channel. You emulate what most "regular" people do when they tinker on their own vehicles. You (meanimg we) do the best that can be done with the tools available and that is what normally happens in the real world. I have followed you since the beginning of the Fiero project and I envy those that get to marathon all of them from start to finish. I find myself waiting and checking everyday for the newest installment. The Saturday Profjects like this manifold restoration will be perfect fodder to keep this junkie happily waiting for the next video.

    THEFALCROTHEFALCROЖилийн өмнө
  • Wow, that was quite the improvement. Can’t wait to see how it turns out.

    Chuck RF150Chuck RF150Жилийн өмнө
  • Glad to see another vid so soon. It pains this old guy to see you young fellas down on the floor on knees working on cleaning parts. Grab a inexpensive plastic folding table from wally world so you can get up off the ground. Save your knees, you're gonna need them in your old age !

    matt casermatt caserЖилийн өмнө
  • When will it run?

    Ioannis CherouveimIoannis CherouveimЖилийн өмнө
  • Your videos are EXCELLENT. Love the content and the process, you are very skilled. I would love to see you pick up (after you're done with the Fiero) a few of these for the next projects: Land Rover Discovery 1 and 2 series Volkswagen Golf 1st and 2nd generations Fox body Mustangs Ford Focus SVT Toyota MR2 Mazda Miata 1st generation Cars from the 80's and 90's...

    Xavier LemosXavier LemosЖилийн өмнө
  • I love the way this series is being made! Such great narration and editing. I know your channel will go far!!

    Tyler SheetsTyler SheetsЖилийн өмнө
  • Nice Thomas the technician shirt! Goonzquad!

    zhanerangerzhanerangerЖилийн өмнө
  • u should find a fiero gt body kitt

    Mr HappyMr HappyЖилийн өмнө
  • Ha, nipples.

    ZechlinZechlinЖилийн өмнө
  • Nice. But wirewheel those rusty bolts! Especially the threads. Then paint the heads. You did so much work, so do just a little more.

    Jeffrey HolthenrichsJeffrey HolthenrichsЖилийн өмнө
  • love all the fiero videos keep up the great work

    Trailerpark SupersportsTrailerpark SupersportsЖилийн өмнө
  • How do you know all of this, you said you were a novice at the beginning of you project, but you seem to know more than a novice lol

    RIVRIVЖилийн өмнө
    • @Ronald Finger ok, thats what I thought, I'm just lazy I guess. Can't wait for the next episode!

      RIVRIVЖилийн өмнө
    • The internet is a very powerful tool. Also, keep in mind that the project started almost 2 years ago

      Ronald FingerRonald FingerЖилийн өмнө
  • ahh yes, the GM Iron Duke. The best crappy engine GM ever made.

    Casey H.Casey H.Жилийн өмнө
  • Loved it

    Redbeezy504Redbeezy504Жилийн өмнө
  • Thank you for the quick video i watch the fiero series with amazement cant wait to see the end product ^-^

    Lucky TurnLucky TurnЖилийн өмнө
  • This video series alone is going to revitalize interest in the Pontiac Fiero! My dad has three of them in his barns. I wish I had time to work on them... But I don't...

    paul springpaul springЖилийн өмнө
  • awesome video m8. (but please,, use safety goggles when using wirebrush tools at high speed. some of those wires can fall off an hit ur eye, and belive me.. u dont want that xD ive had them hit my cheek be4 and it got stuck allmost half a cm into the skin.. just a small tip :D )

    TheVikingGuyTheVikingGuyЖилийн өмнө
  • I dig it. It looks great!

    Kevin RKevin RЖилийн өмнө
  • Why not swap to LH2.2 fuel injection from a similar vintage volvo?

    CreeperOnYourHouseCreeperOnYourHouseЖилийн өмнө
  • went smoothly...

    Spaz 1966Spaz 1966Жилийн өмнө
  • Goonzsquad!!!!!

    Joseph JacklettJoseph JacklettЖилийн өмнө
    • What is that

      Ronald FingerRonald FingerЖилийн өмнө
  • Good job dude.. Again, Can't wait for paint and the drive.

    ThomasThomasЖилийн өмнө
  • Loved what i saw , cant wait to see the car go go go !!

    Frederick HansenFrederick HansenЖилийн өмнө
  • those rusty bolts drive my OCD crazy.

    newvictimnewvictimЖилийн өмнө
  • Nice!!

    Hockeyfan 4lifeHockeyfan 4lifeЖилийн өмнө
  • Congratulations on your recent success... Still,.. I would hope you wouldn't use that as a rationale to restart your infringement of our Saturday Projects™ brand, est. 2009. We appreciated that you did stop for a time, after our initial notice. Now it seems you're back at it. Did your success somehow serve you to think it is now ok to effectively taunt and bully a smaller channel? We're all part of the same creator community. Please stop. You just don't need to do it. Your personal name is 4 1/2 times strong enough of a brand that you don't need to attempt to steal ours.

    Saturday ProjectsSaturday ProjectsЖилийн өмнө
    • @Saturday Projects, the Discussion Tab existing on my channel is something I truly don't remember. This channel was just an outlet for the videos I enjoyed making, and I didn't really do any more than upload and reply to comments on videos. I did some looking into why I don't have it now and found that when my channel blew up, MNthe automatically replaced the Discussion Tab with the Community Tab. When I started MNthe as my full time job and started paying attention to every aspect of my channel, the Community Tab was already in place and that's all I ever really knew. Hopefully that clears that up. Litigation is not something I want nor something I will put either of us through. I am still going to produce my smaller/supplemental videos, what Saturday Projects is to me, however I won't have your trademark in the title or opening sequence.

      Ronald FingerRonald FingerЖилийн өмнө
    • "...I have never had a public comment section on my channel. That would be the Discussion tab..." This clearly isn't true. See screencapture at: www.saturdayprojects.com/notice Unlike yourself we DID research our brand name before purchasing the .com and establishing our verified /saturdayprojects brand / channel on MNthe in 2013. Note that MNthe's ever changing infringement policies are in place to protect THEM, not you. I've spent more money at IP firms than I care to think about. Perkins Coie LLP being one of them for a business method / utility patent. It's an expensive education in IP law. Just please take a moment and ask yourself if you want to get that education through research, or through litigation. To be clear, we'll both mostly lose if that is the case because the commodity most lawyers sell is their time. You have an opportunity to build respect and integrity by doing the right thing. You said this is how you categorize a playlist, fine, that use is marginally ok, for now... It's when you use our brand in your titling and credits / branding - yes branding (please look up what this means) on your videos that we're taking issue with. Concerns aside, I really like your channel. Your videos are always high quality and I respect your hard work and diligence. Please respect our IP. I will reach out in the future over noncompliance issues. I do not expect a reply here.

      Saturday ProjectsSaturday ProjectsЖилийн өмнө
    • Saturday Projects yes, I know that I have that about page. The confusion is not with that. You had said you reached out /through/ the about page, but also that my contact info was deleted, otherwise you would’ve reached out privately. This is where it doesn’t make sense to me. The only way you could have reached out was privately, as I have never had a public comment section on my channel. That would be the Discussion tab, not the About tab. But again, I have never had that feature enabled. So how exactly did you reach out to me that wasn’t private? That’s what I want to understand. Just saying “through the about page” isn’t correct as there is no way to contact someone through there, and is only a place to find contact information to do so. And again, I have never made any information hidden or deleted. And to reiterate, Saturday Projects is a title of a playlist for my channel. It is only a way to classify project videos that don’t make it into a full series. There is no infringement happening. It is not a brand, for me. If you truly wish to keep talking about this, email me. Otherwise this will be the last response I make on here. I really hope you understand.

      Ronald FingerRonald FingerЖилийн өмнө
    • @Ronald Finger At this page: mnthe.info YOUR channel page, you have an "ABOUT" page link where your contact info is. You know this. This is where we sent our prior notice. When we received no response, we went back to that page and all contact info was deleted. We did check that page before starting this comment string and as of then, it was still deleted. We see your business contact email now.... All of this is academic and you're obfuscations are proving my initial points.Please remove all title, tag, etc., trademark infringement instances from your videos and social media.

      Saturday ProjectsSaturday ProjectsЖилийн өмнө
    • ​@Saturday Projects, I can 100% guarantee that I have not seen any message from you. Forgive me for not understanding, but how exactly did you reach out to me? I'm not sure what you mean by through the About page. I haven't made any contact information of mine hidden for any period of time. I have searched my emails and haven't located anything from you guys. If you have screen captures, I would love to see them, because I really am curious as to why I never received anything. Again, please shoot me an email if you wish to continue talking about this.

      Ronald FingerRonald FingerЖилийн өмнө
  • My very first car was a 1987 fiero. Bought it brand New and drove it all thru college and to my first job after college... absolutely cannot wait to see this car done. Curious about the body work and how your going to do that... it looks really rough. Best of luck to you on your fiero completion !

    Freddy NiblackFreddy NiblackЖилийн өмнө
  • I really like your 80s background music. Quite appropriate indeed... :-)

    22fret22fretЖилийн өмнө
  • I gotta get me one of those cordless ratchets.

    SchnotSchnotЖилийн өмнө
  • These videos make me wish I could do this stuff to my dad's 82 Chevy Citation X-11.

    Colin BColin BЖилийн өмнө
    • @pauljs75 I guess you can say that. He's the original owner of it. He's not gonna give that car away for anything.

      Colin BColin BЖилийн өмнө
    • One of those survived Cash-for-Clunkers? (So many oddball 1980's cars didn't make it, despite being ubiquitous at one point.)

      pauljs75pauljs75Жилийн өмнө
  • 👍🏼👍🏼

    Derrick SierraDerrick SierraЖилийн өмнө
  • Please put glasses on when using a wire wheel. Can’t make great videos if your blind my guy

    Bodge motoBodge motoЖилийн өмнө
  • See you in a year

    Okko HeinonenOkko HeinonenЖилийн өмнө
  • I like your longer videos more man ... it's like I am watching a webseries doc

    Nirmal RanadiveNirmal RanadiveЖилийн өмнө
  • fun tip for those bolts. push them through a piece of cardboard... then blast the heads with the blaster. as long as you dont eat up the cardboard too much, you can even paint them on the cardboard. you dont have to tape off each bolt threads or find any special way to hold them (just hang the cardboard with the wire)

    TravisFabelTravisFabelЖилийн өмнө