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Old 01-17-2011, 02:47 AM   #1
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Default Pro street 64 nova twin turbo LQ4

Building a pro street 64 nova Using a 100K junk yard LQ4 stock bottom end

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looking for 600-800 RWHP depending on boost
This is street/strip mostly street car running pump gas with meth Click the image to open in full size.[/IMG]

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Old 01-17-2011, 03:51 AM   #2
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Nice, Chevy II's are the bees knees. Where do you plan on placing the turbo?
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looks good. have you seend BoostedOne's Thread on his TT nova? similar set up. I like your water pump mod, I have that planned for mine also.
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I likey!! Car looks good and its gonna have a killer power plant. What do those cars weigh?
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I v got a 62 chevy II. In street trim they are usually in the 3000-3200 lb area. Thats with a old school sbc.....and no real weight savings. Pretty easy to get to 2800-2900 lbs.....

Some of the race cars are in the 2400-2500 lb area....
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My old 62 Chevy II weighed 2940 without me in it. Had a Heidts front clip - no cage. It ran 132 in the 1/4 when I ran it once on the stock 3.08 open rearend and 235 tires. This was at 10# boost with an S475 Borg Warner on a stock 5.3.

If you are on a budget, I would go with the S480 Borg Warner turbo, 80# Mototron injectors and an ebay 4" thick CXracing chinese intercooler. I have used those intercoolers to 850 at the wheels without issue and good IATs.
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looks good. have you seend BoostedOne's Thread on his TT nova? similar set up. I like your water pump mod, I have that planned for mine also.
His build is what got me interested in a turbo set up Im planning on mounting the turbos like he did.
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Awesome car dude!

Pro-Street is not dead!
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I also love that Edelbrock Pro-Flow intake.

It doesn't fit undermost late model hoods though.
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Good luck with the build. If you have any questions shoot me a pm.

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Looks like its going to be a fun ride for sure.
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decided to go with precision 6265 ported turbos and a treadstone intercooler
still trying to get the other turbo mocked up
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i really like how the IC is flipped and stuffed in the grille, gives tons more room, how is the ID to TB pipe going to go, under the rad and up? Good stuff.
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i really like how the IC is flipped and stuffed in the grille, gives tons more room, how is the ID to TB pipe going to go, under the rad and up? Good stuff.
I notched the core support to fit a 90 degree elbo on the intercooler so the piping will go under the core support and radiator and then come up from there this was the only way I could get everything to fit the nova has a ton of room every were but around the grill
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I am working on a turbo charged 67 nova..
do you think there is enough room between the intercooler for the A/C condenser?
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I am working on a turbo charged 67 nova..
do you think there is enough room between the intercooler for the A/C condenser?
Its a very tight fit on a 64 not sure about a 67 I had to pull the bottom of the grill out to get everything to fit
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slick build, love these cars!
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That is going to look great.
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