1969 Chevy Nova Specs
- Thirty four available engine configurations, with variations in torque, carburetor type and horsepower exist for the 1969 Nova. The standard, entry-level Nova engine rates at 90 hp, with 152 foot pounds of torque and one blower control (BC) type carburetor. The special high-performance engine produced 375 hp, 415 lb-ft of torque and had a 4 BC carburetor.
- The 1969 Nova had several transmission options to meet the requirements of the engine. For instance, Novas with special high-performance engines have either a 3 or 4 speed manual transmission, a Turbo Hydra-matic transmission or a manual transmission with heavy-duty clutch. Other drive-train options included the Turbo Hydra-matic 350 transmission and the Powerglide and Torque Drive transmission.
- The 1969 Nova offered several power, drive-train and undercarriage options, including power front disc brakes, fast-ratio power steering and a limited slip differential. Chevy also offered a modified Yenko Nova 427 model, which had a Chevy 427 engine that produced 425 hp installed at the dealership post-production.