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  1. Electrical
    Hi, I'm having problems with my Tyco 40/30A 5 prong relay running to my fuel pump. I have the 30 running from ACC with 12V going in. 86 is my ground, 85 in running into the IGN in my fuse block. 87 is running to the switch, then the switch to the fuel pump. The problem is that even though I...
  2. Drivetrain & Performance
    I was wondering if anyone had any tips - tricks - gotchas - or cautions on installing my fuel pump on the 1962 L6 195. When I replaced the one on my 1966 V8 283, I was told to make sure that I was careful in the replacement because it could bend the shaft if the rocker or cam was not placed...
  3. Steering, Suspension, and Chassis
    Installed electric vacuum pump (Volvo S60) to Nova. It can easily get 25in/Hq vacuum to canister when i pop hose off from brake booster and plug it by finger. But when i put hose back to booster, pump only gets 20in/Hq and when i shut pump down vacuum slowly goes to near 0in/Hq in reservoir...
  4. Drivetrain & Performance
    Hi All, I'm a complete novice so I'm looking for suggestions on how and what to troubleshoot to figure out why my car suddenly won't start. Here's the history of what's going on. 1971 Nova, 350 w/TH350 1. A few months ago I had a new carb and intake installed. It would start fine...
  5. Body and Interior
    Does anyone out there have the measurments on Nova 1962 or 63 convertible top cylinders? I have a friend that works for a hydraulic cylinder / power transmission shop. If someone could get me the dimensions off their cylinders I think we could make them. I know this is asking a lot but if...
  6. Parts for Chevy II/Nova/Acadian
    i have the original EGR pump and manifolds for the smog/emissions for a 74 nova. everythin is in pretty good shape, except that a 2 studs are broken on the manifolds. it seems to stil work but i have no use for it, i did headers. and i assume this is nothing more than garbage but i thought id...
  7. Drivetrain & Performance
    im running a procharger with a holley mechanical fuel pump. i believe the fuel delivery will be monitored by making the fuel pump boost sensitive. does this mean i wont need a regulator since its not electrical? :confused:
  8. Drivetrain & Performance
    im procharging a 396 with a p1sc supercharger and intercooler :turn:. probably looking at no more than 600 hundred crank horsepower and i want to know what brand and size fuel pump i should go with. my application is carbureted, let me know if more info is needed. what you do you recommend..
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