1:24 revell murder nova

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Anybody building a 1:24 murder nova from street outlaws?

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Seems like you need to build it since 17? people have looked and no one has said yes. I thought it was a cool looking car, but thing's can get lost very quickly in 1/25 scale when you black them out. Here is the murder Nova for the many of you that had no idea what Wayne was asking haha.

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Thats a very sinister looking Nova!!!!

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I got one in the works, need a big procharger though

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Hmmm.... I'm on the verge of a completed upgrade of the AMT '66 Nova to include a totally maxed out interior with homemade rollcage, coiled wire detail for a transbrake to the upgraded B&M shifter, Kirkey sets, NOS & fire bottles, detailed original 327, open headers, pro mod wing and wheelie bars. I have the stock hood/pro stock scoop painted flat black and just got an outlaw hood. I was going to seal the hood and mount twin turbos I got off Ebay, but they are only clocked one way. I don't want to got to all the trouble of reworking the engine just for a single turbo behind the grill. The car will be painted purple metalflake, as will the cowl hood. I'll then be able to swap hoods for grins.

I really like the attitude of this "murder" Nova. Any idea the mm of the turbo? They were all the rage in Mustang racing, pretty much putting Vortech out of business, but Procharger has kept pace. It's been so long since I raced my Vortech 'charged '93 Hatch that the Novi 2000 was the monster of the day, along with the Vortech X-trim.

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BTW, that launch pic reminds me of 1/8th mile tracks in the south years ago. Some would roll up with a tree, set up the beams at the start/finish lines and let 'er rip. You were lucky if there were any jersey barriers or metal barriers for fan protection.

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its a f3 procharger not a turbo just letting you guys know

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I'd love to build it...that being said, everytime I start something, takes at least....hmmmm, 5 years it seems. (just to get halfway).

Seriously, i've thought of one of my current projects seriously blacked out like this, think it would be cool.

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I have this on my to do list.

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I'm gathering parts to build this! Just trying to figure out what to do about that procharger

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Why is it no one it seems has a resin cast Pro Charger out there? I had seen one or two a while back but the guy no longer casts or sells them.

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Why is it no one it seems has a resin cast Pro Charger out there? I had seen one or two a while back but the guy no longer casts or sells them.

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make your own.ill post a tutorial on how to make one. it is realllllllyyyyy easy.

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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ That would be awesome!!! I know the turbochargers are semi easy but a procharger? This I cannot wait to see. Thanks in advance.

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PM me johnny racer. do u know what kind of procharger is on the murder nova?

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i scratch built this pro charger. its pretty lose to the F3 procharger. i need to make something for the fan inside of the procharger.

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I love this.

i scratch built this pro charger. its pretty lose to the F3 procharger. i need to make something for the fan inside of the procharger.

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thanks! it really didnt take me long.

i used solder, and some random parts from my parts box.

it turned out really good.

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like it says from the street outlaws tv show, they have some badass cars on there
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Are you going with the pro charger set up or their new twin turbo? Follow them on fb amazing well detailed pics of the car

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Very nice job on that procharger Clayton, kind of looks like a supercharger front plate and possibly a pulley were also used for that.

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yeah they made the (long overdue) jump to twins a few weeks ago

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Hey Clayton,Look at the wheels from 1/72 jets,some have a very blade like structure on the hubs.Cheers.

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