You've seen Project Pro Street or No Street come together as Pat and Mike have built it over several Engine Power episodes. This car has serious power and performance and is ready to be unleashed, whether it's on the streets or at the drag strip. The only thing it's missing is an owner. That's where you come in! You can buy the Chevy Nova II. Asking price is $58,000 but not only was the car a killer Engine Power project, you get a whole lot of power for your money. There is so much power in this machine we're not sure if you can even call it a car anymore.
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This car is rocking an insane 14.3:1 compression ratio. It contains a 588 CID Chevrolet GM tall deck sportsman big block with an Eagle Specialty Products 4340 forged steel crankshaft, 4340 connecting rods, and JE pistons.
Fluid Damper harmonic balancer, trend performance custom length pushrods, Edelbrock Victor Musi 24-degree heads and Cometic head gaskets. Canton Racing Products valve covers, Jesel belt drive system and front mount distributor, and Jesel sportsman series shaft rockers.
Wilson Manifolds and Edelbrock Victor Musi full custom EFI intake manifold. Crane Cams solid roller camshaft and Crane Cams Ultra Pro Mechanical roller lifters. Holley HP EFI fuel injection. Lemons Headers ceramic coated racing headers, 4” collectors.
Meziere billet water pump and an E3 ignition Systems DiamondFIRE 6CDI Racing ignition box, 2 step rev controllers, racing ignition wire set and E3 tach adapter. Holley fuel filter, VR brushless fuel pump and fuel pressure regulator.
All of these power parts are tied to a Bowtie Overdrives Maximum Off Road TH400 transmissions. If you are not too sure what transmission that is all you need to know is that it has a power rating of 1500 HP.
The exterior of this godly machine is black, and it has a red interior equipped with racing buckets and a five-point harness with roll cage. In its trunk is a mounted fuel cell and on top of that trunk is a Carl’s Aluminum works 200 MPH drag race wing.
The shifter is a Turbo Action Cheetah automatic shifter. The transmission is tied to a Strange Engineering customer chromoly drive shaft which feed into a Currie F9 rear differential housing and Grizzly Locker differential with Yukon 4:56 gears and QA1 coil-over spring suspension front and rear.
It's rolling on RC Component wheels and Mickey Thompson ET Street R rear tires, and Sportsman SR front tires. In order to stop this 900-horse power, beastly machine uses Wildwood drilled rotors and 4 piston brake calipers.
With this Chevrolet Nova you will turn some heads when you put it in your garage so purchase this bad boy before it’s too late. This is a very unique vehicle and you get to say Power Nation built my car!