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  1. Electrical
    Got a weird one on my '72 with factory fuel gauge and unkown (possibly) factory sender. The gauge works perfectly except for a peculiarity when the key is off. When the tank is less than half full and the ingintion is off, the gauge drops to below Empty, which it's supposed to. When the tank is...
  2. 4th Generation Nova's
    I got new autometer gauges for my 78 nova. Do I need to drop the gas tank in order to hook up the new fuel gauge?
  3. Drivetrain & Performance
    with the new rendition of my sbc 350 i am pretty sure i will have to start running higher octane gas because of my compression ratio. My question is, with the price of gas it may be cheaper to just run fuel additives that are an octane booster instead of buying premium 93 octane gas. Is there a...
  4. Drivetrain & Performance
    Does anyone know of a good epoxy to stop the leaking in my gas tank? It seems like gasoline eats through everything, and I just got the tank like 9 years ago. It's starting to crack at the neck, and when it's filled to the max, it leaks out of the fuel sending unit as well. There's got to be...
  5. Electrical
    do i have to drop the tank to get to it? also, im going to run new wiring to the gauge because the last owner riped it all out.:mad: there are 3 posts on the gauge, can anyone tell me what color wire from the sending unit connects where on the gauge? thanks, greg
  6. Drivetrain & Performance
    SO I HAVE 10k TO BUILD A RADICAL ENGINE BUT DONT KNOW THAT I SHOULD BUILD, DOES ANY ONE HAVE A SBC BIULD IN THAT PRICE RANGE.. THE MORE POWER THE BETTER. I WOULD LIKE TO STAY PUMP GAS!!!!!!!!!
  7. Drivetrain & Performance
    The original owner of my '75 Nova (350 2 barrel) ran 87 octane since day one. The cats are long gone, and the timing is advanced 2 degrees. The car runs fine, no knocks or pings. Should I stick with 87 octane?
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