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Big Chief’s Challenge: Fixing a Procharged Nova Going HARD Right On The Street!

Within the vibrant street racing community, enthusiasts frequently unite to exchange their fervor and extend support to fellow racers navigating challenges. In a recent video, a collective of seasoned racers undertakes the mission of resolving a distinctive issue confronting a local racer with a Procharged Nova.

Big Chief’s Challenge: Fixing a Procharged Nova Going HARD Right On The Street!

The '67 Nova of 6Sixty Street's Richard. Photo by Lou 405 Photo


The video commences with the team articulating their eagerness to aid a friend whose Nova has been exhibiting a pronounced tendency to veer to the right during street drives. The camaraderie and readiness to assist a fellow racer highlight the close-knit bonds within the street racing community.

Big Chief’s Challenge: Fixing a Procharged Nova Going HARD Right On The Street!

Big Chief's challenge: fixing a Procharged Nova. Photo by Midwest Street Cars


Big Chief underscores the significance of backing individuals who make substantial contributions to the street racing community. He points out that El Vito, the racer they are aiding, has been instrumental in advancing street racing, not just at the local level but also within broader racing circles.

Big Chief’s Challenge: Fixing a Procharged Nova Going HARD Right On The Street!

Photo by Midwest Street Cars


As the team delves into the examination, they uncover a significant imbalance in the Nova's suspension. The right side of the vehicle rests more than half an inch lower than the left. Speculation ensues regarding potential causes, involving conversations about coil-over height, alignment discrepancies, and the effects of weight distribution during acceleration.

The video captures the team's authentic commitment to resolving the issue at hand. They leverage technical expertise, tools, and a nuanced understanding of the intricacies inherent in street racing setups. The emphasis on finding solutions becomes apparent as they investigate adjustments to the coilover height and other suspension components to restore equilibrium to the Procharged Nova.

Big Chief’s Challenge: Fixing a Procharged Nova Going HARD Right On The Street!

The '67 Nova of 6Sixty Street's Richard. Photo by Lou 405 Photo

Throughout the video, there's a tangible enthusiasm for diagnosing and fine-tuning the car's performance. Big Chief's fervor for troubleshooting is evident as he articulates a passion for overcoming challenges and a determination to address issues, particularly when they don't directly affect him.

The camaraderie, proficiency, and unwavering dedication showcased in the video encapsulate the essence of the street racing community. The readiness to extend a helping hand, share expertise, and collaboratively work to enhance a fellow racer's car underscores the profound connections formed within this close-knit community of adrenaline enthusiasts.

Ultimately, the team intends to make meticulous adjustments to the Nova's configuration, placing a specific emphasis on optimizing both coilovers and suspension components. The narrative leaves viewers eagerly anticipating the outcome of the tuning session, curious to see whether these adjustments will transform the Nova into a vehicle that not only achieves impressive speed but also maintains stability on the straight and narrow.


As the video draws to a close, it becomes evident that the story extends beyond mere car repair; it stands as a testament to the bonds of friendship, a shared passion, and an unwavering commitment to refining the art and science of street racing. The Procharged Nova's evolution from a pronounced rightward pull to a finely tuned machine serves as a metaphor for the collaborative spirit that propels the street racing community forward.

Video by Midwest Street Cars

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