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I just recently picked up a 1973 Nova here are a list of parts that where on the car. Just wondering what you guys would think it would do in the 1/4 mile

454 cubic inch big block chevey bored .030 over
12.5:1 compression
forged pistons
heavy duty GM connecting rods (balanced)
oval port heads polished with bronze guides
Manley 2.23/1.88 valves
Crane screw in rocker studs
3/8 chrome moly pushrods
Crane solid lifters
Crane cam .600/620
Crane springs/retainers/locks
high volume oil pump/windage tray and oil bay
new rod.main, cam bearings
new double rolliner chain
fel-pro gaskets
Hillborne Alcohol injection
Headman headers
Accel suer coil
MSD 6a ignition
Holley 850 double pumper
Weiand aluminum electric water pump
CSI high torque mini starter
Milodon tall valve covers and air cleaner (Chrome)
3 core all aluminum griffin racing radiator
electric cooling fan
Turbo 350 transmission, maunul valve body stage 3
4:10 strange gears
Competition engineering solid aluminum body mount
New front tubular control arms
Weld in sube frame connectors
RCI trunk mounted fuel cell
Hood mounted race feul cell
NOS line lock
Heavy duty transmission cooler
Moroso overflow catch can
New ball joints, rotors, brakes and master cylindor
manual brakes and steering
3 inch APR wheel studs
new drag lite satin aluminum rims
new moroso 3 way adustable shocks front and back
Mickey thompson e/t street 28x11.5x15
Mickey thompson skinnys on front
8 point jefster roll cage
RCI racins buckets seats
5 inch monster tach

Might also need some one to help me fine tune this alcohol system, I have never ran one. I did not want to cut up my 72 chevelle to race, I have raced it though and ran a 11.32 at 118 miles an hr in Ashcroft bc this summer.
 

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Welcome to Stevesnovasite. Canada is a big country. Where are you located?

Bob
 

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Welcome from Winnipeg!.
If I had to I'd guestimate it would run 10's
All depends on how much power the motor ends up making, traction and how much your car weighs.
Good luck
 
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