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  1. Steering, Suspension, and Chassis
    Sorry if this is a stupid question; it's my first time doing a subframe. But after talking with TCI and finding out my coilovers need to mount upside down to fit on my '63 Wagon's Pro-Touring subframe, I bolted them up but there's about 1/4" of room between the coilover bushings and the the...
  2. 1st & 2nd Generation Chevy II/Nova's
    We took our TCI and AFR sponsored 63 Nova SS out for some fun at a local airport. My wife placed mid/low in the pack of 50 or so cars. I ended up ninth and ran the fastest mph of the day edging out 2 modern turbo 6 cyl cars. Enjoy Sideline Go pro run way
  3. 1st & 2nd Generation Chevy II/Nova's
    Well today I am happy to announce a new Sponsor to our 63 Nova SS. AFR - Air Flow Research​ has jumped on board providing a set of their 195 cc Eliminator heads. With the help of AFR our TCI Engineering​ test car has one stout power plant. Clay at TPIS​ put together a fully forged 383 stroker...
  4. 1st & 2nd Generation Chevy II/Nova's
    My wife and I took our 63 Nova SS Tci engineering test car out to a local event Saturday. There is an auto cross and speed run. I pulled off a 6th and my wife got 12th of 45+ drivers. I topped the Nova out at 117mph.
  5. 1st & 2nd Generation Chevy II/Nova's
    I took the nova out to a local clubs event today for some seat time. The TQ shocks from Ridetech felt fantastic on the road and the course. What a noticeable difference even over the double adjust shocks we had last year. Now it is time to build more confidence and push harder. Here is a...
  6. Steering, Suspension, and Chassis
    I was curious if anyone has used RideTechs Level 1 kit for 1962-1967 Novas? http://www.ridetech.com/store/1962-1967-chevy-nova-level-1.html I am considering buying that kit, but wanted some feedback from someone who has actually used it in the real world.
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