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TCI Engineering Offers New Pro-Touring Nova Suspension Systems

Some say, you can’t have a pro-touring car without a high-performance suspension. If you agree, and are looking to create a pro-touring car out of your 1962 to 1967 Nova, look no further than Total Cost Involved Engineering for your Pro-Touring IFS and Rear Torque Arm Suspension. With some of the latest technology, strong components and light-weight design, these suspension systems are sure to impress on the autocross course.

Official Release:

New 1962- 1967 Chevy Nova Pro-Touring IFS

Introducing TCI Engineering’s New Pro-Touring ’62-’72 Nova bolt-on tubular IFS, built for strength and performance. About 66 lbs lighter than stock IFS. Two mounting points for upper arms for pro-touring and standard street/drag. Built with anti-dive control – keeps tires flat when braking. Raised crossmember provides increased ground clearance while keeping ride height. Engine mounts available for small and big block and all LS engines. TCI Engineering has increased the performance, control, handling and style of the 1st thru 3rd Gen Nova.

New 1962- 1967 Chevy Nova Pro-Touring Rear Torque Arm Suspension

Introducing TCI Engineering’s ‘62-’72 Chevy Nova hi-performance rear torque arm suspension. The bolt-on rear torque arm includes: 1¼” hi-performance bars, adjustable pinion support tubes with rod ends with tabs, axle housing brackets with torque arm tabs. The torque arm with slider and reinforcing flanges, coil-over crossmember with channel brackets, 1” adjustable panhard bar with LH & RH rod ends, 1¼” trailing arms with stainless adjustors, bolt-on trailing arm channel brackets, drive shaft loop with crossmember has 3” exhaust clearance, reinforcing floor plates, All American coil-over shocks, sub-frame connectors and install manual. TCI Engineering has increased the performance, control, handling and style of the 1st thru 3rd Gen Nova. Call Now for your Nova products today.

Highlights:

  • Increased performance
  • Better handling and control
  • Lighter than stock components

Sources

Total Cost Involved (TCI) Engineering
Phone: (800) 984-6259


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