THE EASIEST FIERO BRAKE UPGRADE

For 1984-87 Pontiac Fieros using ’90 Chevrolet Beretta Brake Hardware

Randy T. Agee  – The Fiero Ranch January 1999 Revised & Updated March 2011

The brakes on the 1984-87 Pontiac Fieros are four wheel disk. They utilize a solid, unvented rotor and have a set of rear calipers that can be actuated mechanically as . . . → Read More: THE EASIEST FIERO BRAKE UPGRADE

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Drip Drip Drip

Drip Drip Drip

I’ve given brake fluid it’s own page since the information applies to both stock and upgraded systems. This subject is just to complex to be buried in with other stuff.

Why Change Fluid? I thought it was permanent.

Actually, many people think brake fluid is a permanent part of the car. . . . → Read More: Drip Drip Drip

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If it ain’t broke don’t fix it.

Fiero brake system info

Warning! Be aware that Asbestos is still used in many brake products. Avoid buying products that contain asbestos. Products that are “asbestos free” may still contain hazardous materials. Avoid any cleaning method that puts brake (or clutch) dust into the air. Don’t vacuum clean it either. Most vacuum cleaners . . . → Read More: If it ain’t broke don’t fix it.

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Walt Zettner’s Brake Upgrade

I found this in a pdf file from I don’t know where. But seems to be a good write up on how to do a brake mod. It also clears up an issue I saw on another sire about what other master brake cylinders you can use. The best part about this there is . . . → Read More: Walt Zettner’s Brake Upgrade

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11.25″ Brake Upgrade How To

11.25″ Brake Upgrade How To

The following brake conversion uses mostly off-the-shelf parts and a few simple fabrications. This conversion applies to 1984 through 1987 Fieros, all models. They are incompatible with the changes of the 1988 model year.

The rear calipers are selected to function with the stock Fiero parking . . . → Read More: 11.25″ Brake Upgrade How To

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