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I just put new Hooiser Quick Time Pro Slicks on my 64 and the only thing that my car needs to go to the track is a Driveshaft loop. I am curious what the 62-67 are running for a loop? Do they make one that will bolt into a first gen? My buddy and I might make one for it but I don't want to get crazy with it . I want a loop that is simple and effective...

My car hook hard and my new motor runs totally bitchen, I'm a bit anxious for a timeslip :yes: I'll make it out to Irwindale soon:yes:
 

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There isn't one that I know of that is specifically made for a Nova. As far as building one goes, you could but they're not that expensive to buy.
 

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I didn't realize how inexpensive universal driveshaft loops are, I ordered this one from summit for $25.00

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/sum-g7900

My car has fenderwell header exhaust that exits out the side of the car and does not interfere with the trans tunnel. At one point I thought about making a custom loop that would tie into the subframe connectors.

For now I just want something that will pass tech at the track...
 
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