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Old 09-08-2003, 08:09 PM
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Can i put a 572 hemi into a 1971 nova?

How much hp dose a 572 hemi have at stock
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Not sure on the horsepower, but can you put it in a nova?
Just depends on your skills or how deep your pockets are!
Seen a blown hemi with an auto trans and a 9" rear in a VW Beetle
at a show. There was a nice bunch of work done on the install,
not all hacked up.
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yes, just make sure the conversion kit includes a welder and a cutting torch as you'll need to make mods to the motor mounts and tranny mounts and all linkage...etc.

I imagine you could have some creative work done to a drive shaft to go from Mopar tranny to a chevy rearend if you want to keep the rearend a chevy.

Good luck with that.
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