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    1. #41
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      Quote Originally Posted by Bobbywracing View Post
      Glove box turned out great.

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      1969 Nova rebuild Central coast California

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      Engine and Body wiring complete , time to top off the fluids and Fire it up.

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      Looks like your running manual brakes. What size bore master cylinder are you running? Iím looking to make a change to manual brakes and remove the hydroboost.
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      The 7/8 bore , just fired up the car, brakes are very sensitive hahah. Pretty close to the newer Gm hydrostops. Iím wondering how the brakes would perform without the hydro boost but Iíll force my foot to adapt.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Bobbywracing View Post
      The 7/8 bore , just fired up the car, brakes are very sensitive hahah. Pretty close to the newer Gm hydrostops. Iím wondering how the brakes would perform without the hydro boost but Iíll force my foot to adapt.
      Sounds good. You sure are making quick progress. My brakes are also very sensitive I donít mind it but I seem to be having an issue with the rear brakes at low speed. Almost seems like the rears will lock up if I give mild push on the brake pedal. No sure yet what the issue may be. Iím thinking it may be the hydroboost. I decreased the pressure on the portioning valve all the way down and still have the same issue.
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      Global west rear springs and del a Lum bushings

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      Wow how did I miss this thread. Car looks great and nice work and vision.
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      Looking good!
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      Now itís time for more gears, I have 3.73 gears with the Th-350 . I am considering gear vendors overdrive , i know swapping to a 5 speed manual would be fun , any ideas ? Iím really open to anything , I know itís a bummer to be cutting up my floor , I was planning on being at car shows but no car shows This year due to Corona. And didnít know if I needed to be spending anymore $.

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      I just looked back and realized you did this build in slightly over a year.
      With what looks like a new born.
      Go ahead and do the 5 speed. You’ll probably be done by lunch.
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      Time for Holley Stealth install , make this SBC run around town better , allow my wife to be able to enjoy driving it.

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