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#1006115 - 06/27/14 09:07 PM 86 SS Resto-Pro-Driver  
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I just realized I never had an official project thread here. I might go back and see if I can get some pictures and things of parts and whatever I had done in the past.

I have lately become interested in driving the car a lot more than I have ever driven in. I work in northern virginia, and traffic is kind of terrible here.

I first wanted to upgrade the suspension and brakes to make it a little more driveable. I actually commute about 50 miles one way, and a good portion of the drive has some twisty roads. The idea behind the title of the thread is the car is about 80% restored, and I want to add some "pro-touring" touches to it. It's been painted, had most of the interior replaced, had a SBC 350 dropped in, and is now getting a proper stance hopefully by the time I am done putting the wheels/tires on it. Updates to come...


1986 Monte Carlo SS. White PPG paint, nearly stock stickers. 355ci - Vortec Heads Ported/polished, shaved, screw in studs, guideplates, Performer Plus Cam (.442/,442 214* @ .050), Performer RPM Intake, .1" dished cast pistons, 200r4, True Dual exhaust 2.5" X-pipe with Ultra-Flos
#1007877 - 07/18/14 08:16 PM Re: 86 SS Resto-Pro-Driver [Re: AbadWhiteSS]  
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Quick status update - springs came in! So I am officially in put back together mode. These are 550lb springs, should lower about 1+"


Got the driver's side in with no problems. I did mess up and forgot to put the bushing on the shock's extension rod for under the frame. Luckily dropping the shocks is like 2 bolts and a nut, so I can do that with everything else still on the car. Shocks are bilstein HD's, not sure if I mentioned that somewhere before. Should be a nice upgrade from the 20 year old sensatracks that were there before.


Got the spindle on, and the new moog swaybar endlink. Got a braided brake line that came with the C6 brake kit, and it's all in place now, just waiting on me to finish assembly. It seems to be pretty hard to find torque specs for most of this xxxx , so I'm kinda doing it by the feels. The UCA has those "vertical" adjustment bolts that are supposed to be set to 60 lbs, and I think the spindle to hub is like 120, but haven't found anything definitive. I will probably get the alignment shop to do a "nut and bolt check" on everything when I get it up there.



One question - can someone confirm with me that the springs should go in "writing up" so that it would be readable? I had everything out by the time I started doing this, and wasn't 100% sure.


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#1007914 - 07/19/14 03:10 AM Re: 86 SS Resto-Pro-Driver [Re: AbadWhiteSS]  
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Got some good work done tonight. I got the spring in, the shock situated like it should be. Ended up running into one issue - I somehow ordered the wrong brake pads, so I couldn't quite get everything buttoned up. I also need to get a tool...the bolts that hold the caliper bracked to the conversion bracket takes an allen head or something bigger than what I have.
Showing how the caliper has to be shimmed to center it over the rotor



Had to grind on the spindle just a bit to fit this bolt in there


The Kore3 bracket that makes this all possible

Couldn't resist previewing the mockup



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#1007934 - 07/19/14 03:21 PM Re: 86 SS Resto-Pro-Driver [Re: AbadWhiteSS]  
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Nice work! Are those TSW Valencias? How did you get the bolt pattern to match/work?

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#1007936 - 07/19/14 03:47 PM Re: 86 SS Resto-Pro-Driver [Re: AbadWhiteSS]  
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Pull your front springs out of the box and look at the two ends closely. Directly from the 1987 GM service manual it reads, "Bottom of spring is coiled helical and the top is coiled flat with a gripper notch near end of wire." This was on page 3c-12, fig. 3c-26.

Now I don't beleive there is a gripper notch on these aftermarket springs (I just installed mine and they're the same ones you have) but when following that statement then YES the springs go in "writing up" assuming they are all stamped the same way.


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#1007937 - 07/19/14 03:49 PM Re: 86 SS Resto-Pro-Driver [Re: BlueBoy84]  
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Originally Posted By: BlueBoy84
Nice work! Are those TSW Valencias? How did you get the bolt pattern to match/work?


Yep - they are TSW Valencias. 18x8. 20mm offset. To get the spacing right, I was goingt to have to order a spaer anyway, so I went ahead and ordered an adapter from adapterkings.com that is 5x4.75 to 5x120mm, 1" thick. I haven't gotten it down on the ground yet, and the other steering arm is off so I can't really check clearanc yet. Turning full lock left looks like it will be fine, turning full lock right it will eventually rub the sway bar a little but that might not be the case when the suspensioni s loaded


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#1007938 - 07/19/14 03:51 PM Re: 86 SS Resto-Pro-Driver [Re: ls1_monte]  
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Originally Posted By: ls1_monte
Pull your front springs out of the box and look at the two ends closely. Directly from the 1987 GM service manual it reads, "Bottom of spring is coiled helical and the top is coiled flat with a gripper notch near end of wire." This was on page 3c-12, fig. 3c-26.

Now I don't beleive there is a gripper notch on these aftermarket springs (I just installed mine and they're the same ones you have) but when following that statement then YES the springs go in "writing up" assuming they are all stamped the same way.


Cool thanks - that's what I did for the drivers side. Glad to hear i don't have to redo it.


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#1007940 - 07/19/14 04:01 PM Re: 86 SS Resto-Pro-Driver [Re: AbadWhiteSS]  
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Looks like your making good progress!


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#1008196 - 07/23/14 03:03 AM Re: 86 SS Resto-Pro-Driver [Re: AbadWhiteSS]  
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this is just aa list of things i have left to doo while im thinking about it aso i can remember:

Check clearance on the UCAs both sides
Torque the vertical and horizontal bolts to the correct torque spec
Finish putting together passenger caliper
Put copper washer on the drivers side when bleeding brakes (forgot it)
Investigage stripped shock bolt on passenger side
Tape measure alignment until I get it to the alignment shop
torque passenger spindle bolts and cotter pin them
buy brake flluid
take back other brakes pad
take back wheel lug sockets


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#1008335 - 07/24/14 04:25 AM Re: 86 SS Resto-Pro-Driver [Re: AbadWhiteSS]  
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damn..was almost able to finish up tonight. Ran into a snag trying to get the passenger caliper bracket on. I think it is either bent or defective or something. It was a real pain to get it shimmed right over the rotor and i still ended up needing to grind on it just a little bit. Then I went to put the caliper onto the bracket, and for the life of me could not get it to line up. I think it being hard to shim and impossible to bolt the caliper onto means something is really wrong.I emailed tobin at kore3 about it where I bought everything and I am waiting to hear back. Hopefully he gets back to me and can send me a replacement ASAP


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#1008653 - 07/28/14 07:09 PM Re: 86 SS Resto-Pro-Driver [Re: AbadWhiteSS]  
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I got the new caliper bracket in from tobin, and I am still having a problem. This morning, I pulled the rotor off and took it to a shop to see if they thought it was warped - they say it looks good. Anyone have any ideas? To recap:

If I shim the bracket over the rotor so it is centered, and not rubbing anywhere on the rotor, I can't put the caliper bolts in to the caliper slide pins - something gets in a bind and the holes don't line up. If I adjust it so that hte caliper bolts line up with the pins, I get rubbing on the caliper bracket. The rotor will spin like 3/4 of the way around, and then catch - which is what made me think the rotor was warped.

I was going to try to shim the kore3 bracket itself, and if I can get it to work like that, maybe it means my spindle is somehow bent or something?


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#1008711 - 07/29/14 07:47 PM Re: 86 SS Resto-Pro-Driver [Re: AbadWhiteSS]  
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Well, no pictures, but I think I finally got the bracket issue solved. I think the problem was I didn't have my bolts holding the bracket to the spindle torqued properly. I backed them off and re-torqued them to 125lbs.
It seems like it might have been twisting something out of place, and I was able to finally get the caliper mounted to the bracket. It still felt a little tight, but the bolts threaded, so I guess that's as good as it's going to get.

On a separate note, I got everything together, and the front seems like it is sitting high! I haven't driven it yet because I am still waiting on an adapter to come in for the rear wheels.

Do you think the springs needs time to settle? How long will that take? Do the springs need to be "clocked" in any particular direction? They felt like they were in there fine, and looked fine with the jack putting pressure on the LCA, but on the floor the fender was measuring over 28"

I was just expecting it to sit wayyyy lower with the tall ball joints, and the springs themselves supppsed to lower 1.2"


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#1008714 - 07/29/14 08:31 PM Re: 86 SS Resto-Pro-Driver [Re: AbadWhiteSS]  
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yes springs do settle over time (new springs a week or two) and when you drop the car down you need to roll it back and forward to get things to settle down (tires holding the arms from moving) . and the springs are clocked . look for two holes drilled in the control arm the end of the spring is surpost to be between those two holes. 28" to the fender stock with 245/60r15 mine was 29" at 60,000 miles .

#1008715 - 07/29/14 08:48 PM Re: 86 SS Resto-Pro-Driver [Re: mainer]  
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Originally Posted By: mainer
the springs are clocked . look for two holes drilled in the control arm the end of the spring is surpost to be between those two holes.


Damn I was hoping you wouldn't say that. I have no idea if mine are lined up with that or not. I was mostly trying to just get them in there, never thought about them being clocked. This seems like the never ending job.


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#1008722 - 07/30/14 02:09 AM Re: 86 SS Resto-Pro-Driver [Re: AbadWhiteSS]  
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I used a 3' section of 5/8 allthread with a block on the bottom of the a arm and the rod up through where the shock goes. This worked for me pretty well when compressing the spring.

I did it two reasons this way first I dont have a spring compressor tool. Prob. could have got one but the other reason I didnt want to use the tool is scuffing the springs themselves.

I'll have to do it again to change out the drivers side spindle that has a bent steering arm.


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#1008734 - 07/30/14 02:03 PM Re: 86 SS Resto-Pro-Driver [Re: AbadWhiteSS]  
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Someone on another forum mentioned that the bushings in the upper control arm might be in a bind if I torqued the bolts before the suspension was at load on the ground. Does that sound like something that I should check into as well? I wasn't really sure when to tighten those.


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#1008742 - 07/30/14 03:27 PM Re: 86 SS Resto-Pro-Driver [Re: AbadWhiteSS]  
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According to the FSM for an 87 it says the stabilizer bar bracket to frame bolts and nuts, and the lower contol arm to frame attaching nuts are the only two items with asteriks saying to "torque with weight of car on wheels"


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#1008743 - 07/30/14 03:44 PM Re: 86 SS Resto-Pro-Driver [Re: AbadWhiteSS]  
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I'll probably double check them anyway. I have no idea what i torqued them to - just snugged it up so the nut hit the control arm frame. I was reading on some other forums 75-85lbs should be it..these might be over torqued.


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Stabilizer link nut 13 ft lbs
stabilizer bar bracket to frame bolt/nuts 24 ft lbs*

shock upper attaching nut 8 ft lbs
shock to contol arm bolts 20 ft lbs

upper control arm to frame attaching nuts 48 ft lbs
lower control arm to frame attaching nuts 65 ft lbs*
upper arm bushing (pivot shaft nuts) 85 ft lbs

service ball joints to upper contol arm 8 ft lbs
lower 70 ft lbs
upper 52 ft lbs


*torque with weight of car on wheels

referenced from 87 FSM for g body line (page 3c-17)

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#1008758 - 07/30/14 09:02 PM Re: 86 SS Resto-Pro-Driver [Re: AbadWhiteSS]  
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ls1 has the 411 .

#1011027 - 08/27/14 02:06 AM Re: 86 SS Resto-Pro-Driver [Re: AbadWhiteSS]  
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short update here tonight. I had to have the wheel adapters I ordered for the rear machined a little bit because they wouldn't slip over there flange on the rear drums. I dont know who's fault it is, but I gave them to my dad to machine and got them back and on there tonight. Some good news - the ride height seems like it is going to settle in nice - wheel gap looks good, and to pat myself on the back, I think the stance is going to be awesome.

Now for the bad news - I went on a quick lap around the neighborhood - something on the brake caliper is definitely rubbing on each rotation. The good news is I think the suspension is clearing lock to lock. I'm going to have to take it in for an alignment for sure anyway - I'm going to have them diagnose the grinding sound from that rub. i am just tired and out of time to be fooling with it. Secondly, I don't know why - but the car seems like it is going to stop pretty well, but hte pedal does seem spongy. Going to have them diagnose it too. Getting so close to being back ont he road. Next pics oughtta be after its all cleaned up and back.


has anyone had the squishy brake problem? I don't think i'mm leaking anywhere. Is there some kind of adjustment I need to make? Or am I just not used to how far down it's going? It's definitely full of fluid


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#1011041 - 08/27/14 11:12 AM Re: 86 SS Resto-Pro-Driver [Re: AbadWhiteSS]  
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Sounds like the brakes need to be bled again...
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#1011042 - 08/27/14 12:21 PM Re: 86 SS Resto-Pro-Driver [Re: AbadWhiteSS]  
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Yah I was going to try that. I have a speed bleeder and it seemed like no air last time but I will check


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give the brake one last manual bleed and ck your rear brake adj .

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Still need to check the brakes again. They "work" but feel a little spongey still.

Got the rear shocks and springs put in. I just picked it up from the alignment shop this morning. I gotta say, the results are awesome! I haven't driven it much because I now need to get it registered and inspected, but on the twisties roads back to the house, it is planted! I was skeptical of just how good the results were going to be, but it feels as tight as my ATS at first blush. I will be able to tell more when I get a chance to push it some more.
I have to get it cleaned up, but here's the gist of it. I am pretty happy with the stance, and it should settle in some as the springs settle some more. I will get it cleaned up and get some high light pictures.

Kinda crappy conditions outside for good pics today





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