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    1. #61
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      Your Nova looks awesome! My dad has his original 1970 Nova he had back I’m the 1970’s. I learned to drive stick in that car.



    2. #62
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      Attempted to build a package tray , didnít turn out at all the way I wanted . This is from classic industries, Iím impressed with fitment.

    3. #63
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      Quote Originally Posted by Bobbywracing View Post
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      Attempted to build a package tray , didnít turn out at all the way I wanted . This is from classic industries, Iím impressed with fitment.
      That looks great. Almost wish I saw that before I installed mine. Although, I need to recover mine with the suede to match my headliner.
      Eze_1978 1968 Chevy Nova

      My build link:
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    4. #64
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      You are doing a beautiful job on this. Well done!
      Wayne
      Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
      Project FNQUIK https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ghlight=FNQUIK

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      Cut the 3-1/4 in hole in the tank , safely filled up with water after cleaning and purged. Should do the trick. Tried the carbide cut, ended up having to use the cutting wheel to finish the hole.

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      Waiting on a few fuel fittings to complete the stealth install.

    7. #67
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      Nice ride !!! Hope to see it at a show or on the road soon. I'm up in Paso, so we will likely cross paths

      Jason

    8. #68
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      Quote Originally Posted by Jason_Aschle View Post
      Nice ride !!! Hope to see it at a show or on the road soon. I'm up in Paso, so we will likely cross paths

      Jason
      Sounds good , Iíll be ready for a few cruises up in Templeton/ paso area next few weeks . Iíll hit you up soon.

    9. #69
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      Fuel update.
      Stealth did not fire up, looks like tons of fuel is injected , flooding out the engine while cranking, Iím re routing lines in case radio frequency interruption/ emi. All sensors are a go , just has only cranked and not fired for more than 5 seconds and shuts down. I havenít seen any change in the AFR gauge as I see ĎIntií while cranking. May be a bad o2 sensor. And will look into lowering fuel rates.

      I need to check spark in all plugs I tested #1/2 wires. And I canít really check timing until idle. I attempted while cranking and itís not good.

    10. #70
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      Make sure your distributor rotor is phased correctly.

      Are you using the spark control, if so the ecu seems to be even more sensitive to rfi /emi. If you think this is the case, you can try running a ground wire from the holley unit to you chassis, and you could also try sheilding your dustributor with some tinfoil (not the best looking, but may help you troubleshoot).
      Zach

      "It so repulsive to see such a beautiful 1970 Mustang, with the other teams engine transplanted into it. I know that car would spit that thing out if it could. Just ruined it, when everything else about the car is so nice." - Bossed

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