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Project unfinished business, 92 shorty

Postby 356redux [OP] » September 13th 2010, 5:03am

I got a 92 shorty Astro and have started the build. I used to have an 87 Safari about a decade or so ago when I was too young and poor to finish it the way I wanted. It was lowered on bags before bags were commoplace and had HUGE 18" rims on it. Remember when 18" were big? Now that I'm older and needed a car that my daughter could ride in, I got the 92. Bought it cheap from a lady who took exceptional care of it. I got real lucky. So this new project is a tribute to what my old van never became. It's my chance to finish some unfinished business.

First thing was to lower it. Belltech 2" spindles and 2.5" springs up front along with a modified Belltech flip kit and a cnotch on the frame. Along with lowering it I added polygraphite control arm bushings, Moog tie rod ends, Moog center link, Moog ball joints, Moog adjusters and Moog idlers arms. A set of Belltech street performance shocks all the way around finish off the suspension.
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Next I ripped the roof rack off of it.
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Re: Project unfinished business, 92 shorty

Postby 356redux [OP] » September 13th 2010, 5:09am

Next on the list, wheels and tires. 20x8.5" front and 20x10 Boss Motorsports wheels with 245/35-20 and 275/30-20 Nitto 555 tires. Also pulled out the tails to get ready to start shaving.
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Started shaving the tails.
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Re: Project unfinished business, 92 shorty

Postby 356redux [OP] » September 13th 2010, 5:14am

Threw in a MOMO s/w one day while bored.
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Then I started ripping off the moldings.
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Yanked the rear bumper to make room for the roll pan.
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Got the rear roll pan mounted.
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Started taking the front bumper apart. Holy crap there are alot of parts to the crappy trim on it.
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Mounted the front bumper cover.
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Re: Project unfinished business, 92 shorty

Postby 356redux [OP] » September 13th 2010, 5:20am

Found the perfect trim piece to flush in the tag off of a 2010 Malibu.
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I was gonna do Caddy tails but after seeing so many hack jobs, I didn't want to be associated with the typical mini trucker crappy install look. So, i found a set of leds i liked and made some custom buckets for em.
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Got the phantom billet installed. Man I always wanted one of these back in the day! Finally.
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Got the side skirts mounted too. Screwed the drivers side up and mounted it too low in the rear wheel well.
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Re: Project unfinished business, 92 shorty

Postby 356redux [OP] » September 13th 2010, 5:28am

Started cutting the tails for bucket install.
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Also removed the rear door handle and power door lock actuator and related mechanism. Since the rear door will be shaved I'm not worried about it being unlocked.
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Installed an Autoloc door popper on the original rod only slightly modified. Took forever to get the fitment right but now it works perfect.
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Found an led strip for reverse lights above the tag.
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Also finally found some cool looking fog lights that will fill the rectangle hole in the air dam with out looking like they were from 1970.
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Re: Project unfinished business, 92 shorty

Postby 94 Van Guy » September 13th 2010, 5:42am

You are doing a great job. I like all the LEDs you are using. They definitely do not look '70s LOL

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Re: Project unfinished business, 92 shorty

Postby TheRealDaddy » September 13th 2010, 12:32pm

I agree, this project is coming along nicely, you are making a very sharp machine.
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Re: Project unfinished business, 92 shorty

Postby astroturf » September 14th 2010, 4:11am

Good Job
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Re: Project unfinished business, 92 shorty

Postby AmericanMade717 » September 14th 2010, 6:04am

This isn't really my style, but i have to say it looks like you doing a very nice and clean job and taking your time to put things together the right way, which in this day of age is a rare thing to see, and i love to see good, clean work so i give you a lot of credit for it. Very nice van, keep up the good work, id love to see this thing when its finished. BTW im just wondering how low did you drop that van and what kind of setup did you use? thanks!
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Re: Project unfinished business, 92 shorty

Postby 356redux [OP] » September 14th 2010, 7:06am

Thanks for the comments guys. I lowered it 4.5" up front with Bell tech drop spindles and springs along with shorter shocks. Out back I flipped the axle over the leaf springs and c notched the frame for clearance. As for the work, I design and help build custom highline and exotic cars for a living so I just apply my daily work ethic to this beast too. You can check out some of the sickest cars arouns on my website. www.ultimate-audio.com

Stay tuned for more.
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Re: Project unfinished business, 92 shorty

Postby Munken » September 14th 2010, 5:02pm

Nice work ***removed dead image***

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Re: Project unfinished business, 92 shorty

Postby esmartuek » September 15th 2010, 12:40pm

I absolutely love the work you're doing, very impressive stuff. It's nice to see everything implemented clean like this, awesome source of inspiration for ideas.
I'm amused by the fact that we have the same colored paint, but inverted locations.
Keep up the good work!
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Re: Project unfinished business, 92 shorty

Postby 356redux [OP] » September 19th 2010, 4:59am

I got a custom set of mats for the van and they fit so good when I tested them, I decided to leave them in. I love the way the rear seat ones wrap around the seat to the side.
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Made me realize how crappy the carpet is. Gonna get replaced once the interior comes out before it goes to paint.
Also got some exhaust tips that are very low profile. I'm gonna run two of these out the center just under the rear tag.
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I might send them to the machine shop to see if I can have a slight angle cut into the very end of them. What do you think?
Or should i leave them like this? Except mine will exit under the bumper not cut into it.
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Re: Project unfinished business, 92 shorty

Postby Phantom » September 19th 2010, 11:46pm

Awesome , fantastic work , I can just see that custom rear roll pan with the center tag with those exhaust tips in the center , Great work ,.. how did the fog lights turn out in the front air dam?
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Re: Project unfinished business, 92 shorty

Postby astroturf » September 20th 2010, 12:56am

356redux wrote:I got a custom set of mats for the van and they fit so good when I tested them, I decided to leave them in. I love the way the rear seat ones wrap around the seat to the side.


Nice mats...

Details please.

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Re: Project unfinished business, 92 shorty

Postby alexalexanders » September 20th 2010, 4:08am

Looks great! How hard was it to install the billet shifter. Where u got it and install insrtuctions would be great! Thanks.
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Re: Project unfinished business, 92 shorty

Postby 356redux [OP] » September 21st 2010, 3:51am

I haven't put the fogs in yet. I'm anxious to though. Maybe this weekend I can fab up some mounts for them. As for the mats they are from http://www.lloydmats.com/ I can't say enough how awesome their mats are. I put them in every car I own and they instantly take 5 years off the interior. The fit and finish is great and they cover around corners you never would have figured. I gotta put up some better pics. They also come with the legs that grab the grommets so they dont get bunched up under the pedal. We don't want a bunch of runaway astro's stealing the show from the Priuses. The billet shifter I got from Billet Specialties. http://www.billetspecialties.com/ The install was pretty straightforward, pop out the pin for the old shifter, slide it out and slide the new one in and reinstall the pin. Just be careful and don't lose the shifter spring in the column. That sux, believe me.
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Re: Project unfinished business, 92 shorty

Postby 356redux [OP] » September 24th 2010, 2:09am

Got the exhaust done today. I trashed the original cat and replaced it with a Magnaflow high flow cat. I had the shop mount the tips where I wanted and they got em perfect and even made it possible to adjust the tips a lil bit. I was gonna use the original muffler since the previous owner replaced the whole exhaust system, but they called and said it would be better to use a single in dual out muffler. I told em I wanted to keep it quiet and I didn't ask what they put under it. I like it though nice and quiet except when I really get on it. I hate the way our V6's sound with pipes and resonate inside. Any way enough yappin I know you want pics.

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Re: Project unfinished business, 92 shorty

Postby Phantom » September 24th 2010, 2:53am

Lookin Good , excellent , maybe a little light between the plate and tips to show em off :) blue neon?
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Re: Project unfinished business, 92 shorty

Postby astroturf » September 24th 2010, 3:04am

Very Nice...

Very Tasteful...

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