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Rounding the corner here with 10 days left to finish it up before the World of Wheels in Calgary. Finished installing the clutch today, added some solid motor mounts, dropped the stroker motor into the Nova and got the headers set. Once everything else is in to surround the motor, it should have a real nice clean look to it. And a nice lumpy solid cam to announce itself with. More later in the week.


Another Hays Gold Clutch which they no longer make.


The custom Day II M/T headers fit like a glove.


Even the drivers side has lots of room. Maybe Hooker could fix their design!!!


Nice equal length on the collectors as well.


I think I'm gonna run the 302 breather w/ factory base.
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Looks awesome! Love the detail
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Debating here this morning whether I have enough time to install the Crossram and get the carbs setup and tuned before I run out of time. One can spend a couple days messing around with the pedal, cable, fuel lines, the odd leak and carb tuning, but I'm tempted to install it while the front clip is off the car.

I'm back and forth on this one at the moment.


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Debating here this morning whether I have enough time to install the Crossram and get the carbs setup and tuned before I run out of time. One can spend a couple days messing around with the pedal, cable, fuel lines, the odd leak and carb tuning, but I'm tempted to install it while the front clip is off the car.

I'm back and forth on this one at the moment.


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The cross ram setup is an easy tune I can PM you my tuning specs I haven't changed anything after it was setup. Idles all day and blip throttle and its clean and crisp. FYI you'll need to cut down valve cover rails to fit but no biggee. We have similar builds with engine size and cam.
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[QUOTE=NorCam;1434741]Rounding the corner here with 10 days left to finish it up before the World of Wheels in Calgary. Finished installing the clutch today, added some solid motor mounts, dropped the stroker motor into the Nova and got the headers set. Once everything else is in to surround the motor, it should have a real nice clean look to it. And a nice lumpy solid cam to announce itself with. More later in the week.


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This thing is going to be tons of fun on the street. Nice build Graeme!
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The cross ram setup is an easy tune I can PM you my tuning specs I haven't changed anything after it was setup. Idles all day and blip throttle and its clean and crisp. FYI you'll need to cut down valve cover rails to fit but no biggee. We have similar builds with engine size and cam.
If you can PM the carb or tuning info you have, that would be helpful. I'm on my way out to the shop now to convert the pedal/cable, and start on the Crossram intake and carbs. Thanks for this.

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Old 02-12-2019, 06:17 AM
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The Crossram is in fact going onto the new motor. It took a while to find all of the parts, but ended up finding everything tonight. Throttle cable and pedal has now been changed, and I'll now mount the intake in the morning.

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That's going to be awesome. This is going to be such a great car when you are done.
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