1967 Nova twin turbo ls1
Last year car went 10.01 at 143 .Built 408 twin 64 mm dryers with a 6
speed. Just added a fab 9,225cc heads,kryo tread viper spec 6 speed, twin
disc copper faced clutch,qa1 adj shocks, all new rear suspension. hope to
run a 9.8 with a 6 speed this year.
1966 Nova Super Sport Ls1 6spd gasser style
Car is an old drag car from early 70's. Car was back in the day a true
327, 4speed ,12 bolt car. I added straight axle front,ls1,6 speed. The ls1
has after market cam,heads,intake,etc. Car has a one off set of ls fender
well headers with built in cut outs.
my 70 nova SS
listen to my 70 SS nova 10 sec small block Look also
for my new videos of my brand new 70 chevelle 396
short idle video, small block 350 with Dart heads and flat-tappet cam.
first track visit for the car, pro-street 1970 Nova
New Vette Doctors Warhawk LS7X Engine for my 8sec Vette-Sold
Over the past few months The Vette Doctors and I have been working on
updates to my 8 sec Street Beast. At the end of last season we decided that
we were going to work on a few weak links in the LSx combination and go
through the car for this season.
At the same time The Vette Doctors also went through an incredible
transformation as they moved to a new shop with more then double the Sq
footage and lifts! If you have not seen it, it is outstanding!! Being the
loyal customer I am of over 10 years, I told them to get that settle and
then let's focus on my car. Unfortunately, that gave Carmen, Dennis and I
more time to dream up changes !!
We began by upgrading the ignition system to a distributor based system
with a digital control box, upgrading the DFI software, adding a RacePak
(thanks turboPeople for your help in
spec'ing this out) and changing the intake system to a GM Aluminum Intake.
As we plotted this all out we starting looking at the block and heads and
considered our options. My LS2 block had almost 200 runs on it and we
needed to have it re-honed. After weighing all the pros and cons we decided
economically it made sense to upgrade the block. We considered going to the
LSX block but GM had a hold on the product and it was not available plus
the extra 100 pounds did not make sense.
Given that we wanted the additional clamping power of the extra head bolts
without the extra wt., we considered an after market block. After checking
with GM on the availability of the Aluminum LSX and hearing it was still
way off in the future we considered the Warhawk. With help from Wade
Stevens and World products we went with the Warhawk. I swapped out my ETP
LS7 heads for ETP Warhawk LS7 heads and away we went.
Freddie Brown upgraded my transmission and Neil Chance freshened up my
converter as well. Joey has done an incredible job with the install, wiring
and plumbing of the new system we are going to and Denny as always has done
an incredibly meticulous job with the new Warhawk. I watched as he built it
with his own 2 hands spec'ing out the bearings, rings, caps, pistons etc!
As you can see we have put a lot of time, money and sweat into this car
this year and we do not want to rush it. I have also been really swamped at
work as you could tell since this is the first I am even posting of this.
Our plans are to take it to a track rental in the next few weeks and get
her dialed back in!
Car is now for sale. Please see the following web site for details:
Asking price is $49K
Dyno Nova Twin Turbo
This is another 417 car that spent some time on my Dyno. With the right fuel pump
it made the top HP on the power tour! Mostly part throttle in these
videos. You can spot the issue on the Dyno screen.