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  1. 3rd Generation Chevy II/Nova's
    I just finished installing front Wilwood discs, front master cylinder, front brake lines, and combination valve. The car is a 1971 69k original mile car that originally had four-wheel power drums. I am using the original drum/drum booster, and the valve is for disc/drum. The angle of the...
  2. Total Cost Involved Engineering Inc.
    Hi, I'm installing the Pro-Touring front end on my '63 Wagon and I'm doing the brakes now (Wilwood PN 140-13224.) Everything has been fitting so far but there weren't castle nuts for the spindle in either the TCI parts or the Wilwood parts so I got a set from O'Reillys for a '77 Mustang. They...
  3. 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
  4. 1st & 2nd Generation Chevy II/Nova's
    we ran out to the Hot Rod Power Tour on sat to have a little fun at the kick off event. the auto cross track was fun. the nova sue felt good with the new motor and our AFR heads. this was the first time i got to really spin up that stout motor. it was great. below are a couple of videos for you...
  5. 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...
  6. 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.