Posts Tagged ‘Chevy Nova’

Total Cost Involved Nova Day

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

Showing Its Support for Nova Enthusiasts

It is no big secret that Total Cost Involved Engineering (TCI) started out making products for street rods. But it didn’t take the company long to decide that there was a need for its high-quality chassis components in the muscle car end of the pool, as well. One of the first muscle car families it tackled was the Chevy II/Nova and before the first parts were ready TCI was getting calls for them on a daily basis. (more…)

Installing a Pertronix Flame-Thrower/Ignitor III Ignition System

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

There are many ways to get more horsepower from an engine, but not many of them also include adding reliability. For many, a Chevy HEI is the perfect addition to their engine because the coil is part of the overall distributor package. But the HEI is a large unit and for some space is an issue. Such was the case of this Chevy Nova. There’s not a lot of space under the hood on one of these cars, and the V-8 Chevy engine takes up most of that room. As such, there wasn’t enough space (without pounding clearance into the firewall) for the traditional HEI. (more…)