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  • About LS1NOVA
    Biography
    Stay at home dad and build performance cars part time.
    Location
    Minneapolis,MN
    Occupation
    Owner, One Guys Garage
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    71 Nova- 7 second street car
    Owner at One Guys Garage. Turbo fabrication headquarters and home of Drag Weekend.
    Three Days, Three States, Three Tracks!!

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  • Last Activity: 11-16-2017 05:11 PM
  • Join Date: 11-27-2002

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  1. 04-05-2017 11:17 AM
    I sent you a pm really interested to see if you can make me a twin turbo manifold thanks
  2. 10-13-2014 11:44 AM
    Hi LS1NOVA you posted a thread back in 2010 about your fuel pressure issues. I have the same issue after installing. Dual Walbro. 450lph pumps in tank. My car is on E85 and drops from 40 to 20 ish as soon as the car is about to go into boost. I'm going to pull the filter element out and test this afternoon. What filter did you go with after everything?
  3. 03-25-2014 09:45 PM
    Got a suspension question for you since you do so much with your car,how much room should i give my front tubular control arms to move up? starting to build my twin setup in my 68 camaro and need to make sure i give my down pipes enough room for suspension travel,Thanks
  4. Buckndol
    06-06-2013 01:25 PM
    Hello Eric: I found the answer to the flexplate question. The 4L80 has the 13.5" bolt patten for the converter. I could use the "cone" flexplate if I use the short spacer to locate the pilot of the converter AND hog out the converter holes. (not the best) I used the flat flexplate used on the 4L80 short crankshaft (2000 model) with the other spacer that moved the flexplate out .400". It was a total PITA to move my transmission back and engine forward to change the flexplate but I got it done. Thanks. John
  5. 10-12-2010 08:37 PM
    hello ls1 nova i have a 67 nova 1972 nova, would like to set up a 5.3 LITER TURBO, AND LQ4 OR LQ9 CARBURATED,any information would be appreciated. THANKS
  6. 07-09-2010 07:33 PM
    Hello, I am half way through an LQ4 / single turbo project on my 67 Camaro and the info you have shared on your LS1 Nova build has been hugely helpful. I too am using the LS4 manifolds and plan to model my setup after yours. I just wanted to thank you for sharing your build.
  7. 06-28-2010 04:43 PM
    Well, Id like to but Hitech is taking forever tuning it, has to get paint in the next couple weeks, and my wife is due with out first child in 2 weeks. Im going to try to make it. Id love to see your car too. My cell is 763-221-1755, give me a text or call and we can try to meet up there. Nate
  8. 06-28-2010 03:00 PM
    You going to be at Car Craft with your car, I'd like to see it. I hopefully will be cranking my '71 Nova 6.0 conversion in the next night or 2. Won't be painted yet, but I couldn't wait any longer. Let me know about Car Craft, I'll be there look me up. I live up in St. Cloud, maybe we'll have to get together at some point.

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