1973 Nova SS 350

350 engine bored 30 over, Lunati cam with .490 lift, 1.5 roller rockers, World Series .202 Heads, Edelbrock rpm air gap intake, Edelbrock 750 carb

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1973 nova 350 world heads, forsale
73 nova for sale or trade, in toledo ohio williamvar@hotmail.com to respond





383 Stroker First Start!
**See the engine in action here:** http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fwQ26qRhfMM First start of my new 383 Stroker. This will be going into my 1980 vette. Here are the specs: 1988 350 hydraulic roller block. 4 bolt main, 1pc RMS. Bored .030 over. Eagle 383 stroker nodular cast crank, lightened and internally balanced Eagle forged 6" connecting rods Forged and coated Mahle flat top pistons 7qt Moroso pan kicked out for clearance. Moroso pump and pickup. Edelbrock 2204 cam lift .539/.548 duration 296/300 64cc Edelbrock Aluminum E-tec heads, 170cc int. Crane Cam Gold Race extruded full roller aluminum rocker arms 1.5 ratio Edelbrock hardened pushrods Edelbrock Rollin' Thunder hydraulic lifters Edelbrock RPM Air Gap intake HEI ignition MSD wires.... Headers to be determined... Final CR 11.0:1. Power expectations around 500hp/500tq





My 1973 Nova SS
This is my 1973 nova ss. True SS car.





1973 CHEVY NOVA SS COUPE -- THE SMALLEST MUSCLE CAR
The 1973 model year introduced a hatchback bodystyle based on the 2-door coupe. The front and rear of the Nova were restyled, following a government mandate for vehicles to be fitted with front and rear bumpers capable of absorbing a low-speed impact of 2.5 mph. To go along with the bigger bumpers, stylists gave the Nova a new grille with a loosely patterned crosshatch insert and parking lights located inboard of the headlights. In 1974, they could absorb 5 mph impacts. An SS option remained available, but it was merely a $123 dress-up package that included a blackout grille and Rally wheels. It could be ordered with any of the Nova engines. 35,542 SS packages were installed, making 1973 the best-selling year for the option. A modified rear side window shape was also introduced, eliminating the vent windows on both two- and four-door models. A revised rear suspension was adapted from the second generation Camaro with multi-leaf springs replacing the mono-leaf springs used on Novas since the original 1962 model. By this time, six-cylinder and V8 engines were de rigueur for American compact cars, with the 307 cubic inch and 350 cubic inch V8s becoming fairly common. This SS coupe has a 350 cid / 175 hp. I couldn't pass this Nova up even though the engine wasn't showing and the windows were up. It just looked mighty fine in the red paint with the black racing stripe down the side. Painted bumpers added to the dressed up look. So, this is what the smallest muscle car looked like, a lightweight mid-size car with plenty of punch and smaller than the Camaro muscle car. Thanks very much for viewing this 1973 Chevy Nova SS coupe.




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