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I built a stroker and found a 70 Nova to stick it in. I've got a Muncie also. My question is , what about the front end . Should a get IFS with rack and pinion or try to fit the stroker next to the old steering box. Any suggestions. Thanks
 

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GM installed big block chevy engines in that Nova body style. I dont see a problem fitting your stroker in the car.
 

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Just refrest the suspension with new rubber, align the front end and call it done.

As far as the pump goes I would switch to a serpentine one, run a reversed waterpump, serpentine pulley on the alternatior, and serpentine crank pulley. Then bolt up a tensioner with a metal pulley.

No more belt squeal, your acessories are fixed, and changing belts for maintance takes less then 5 minutes.
If the alternatior is old then switching to a cs130 is a easy upgrade that puts out more amps at lower rpm then the cs10/12 can.
 
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