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    CVR Throttle Cable Bracket for a 4150 Carb

    Any one use a billet throttle cable bracket? Any recommendations would be fantastic. I have a '71 Demon with a 440, RPM Eddy intake and heads, a 850 Demon carb., auto trans, and a using a front motor plate.
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    I use a cvr on mine work's great
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    Here is a new one from Mancini that looks fully adjustable and doesn't require a return spring bracket.

    Last edited by bremereric; 07-18-2012 at 11:55 PM.
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    www.arengineering.com are the best. those billit flat ones that bolt to the carb base plate dont give enough angle and dont pull the cable all the way down. I dont care who makes them or what anyone says,

    thats what I found
    Last edited by outrageous_fortune; 07-16-2012 at 04:44 AM.

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    Here is a Jegs bracket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dartdragracer View Post
    Heres is a Jegs bracket.
    Looks like it has the return springs from hell on it. Might need two feet to push the gas pedal.
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    Thumbs down throttle bracket

    Quote Originally Posted by bremereric View Post
    Looks like it has the return springs from hell on it. Might need two feet to push the gas peddle.
    evidently , some of you don`t know what your talking about, I put one on my 11 second G M C , and it worked perfectly. further more I`m going to put one on my 505" fish I like them so well!

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    Lightbulb

    those double springs arn't all that tuff to use, they just look that way. try either one medium and one light or two mediums but never just one of any weight.



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    I have used the Jegs style and it works just fine...
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    On the Jegs setup can you use a stock throttle cable or is it not long enough.
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    IIRC mine was long enough but it was kinked, so I switched to an aftermarket cut to fit cable.
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    The springs have not been a problem at all...I think it all works pretty well.
    I needed a new cable anyway so I bought a cut to length one.
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    I'll stick with my AndyF bracket thanks, at least I know its got the correct angle, the factory cable fits like factory and it costs way less plus it doesnt look like my buddys chebby set up plus it weighs like nothing
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    The jeg's piece looks good.. nice and straight.. on a stock type,do you guys have a problem breaking the cable at the ball, on the pedal end?? i have broke a few..
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    Wink jackie aka lead foot louie

    you're over stretching the cable. adjust the cable in the clamp so that at full throttle it just opens the carb all the way and no more. you also might want try a stop under the peddle if you can't get the cable adjusted to suit yourself.



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    You are right, always make sure it opens all of the way. But going more could be the problem.. I have been called lead foot more than once..If or i mean, when i get it back together i will check it.. Thanks..
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    Cowl Hood?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dartdragracer View Post
    Heres is a Jegs bracket.
    Where did you get your cowl hood? Pins or Hinges? How do you like it? How tall is the cowl? It looks pretty AWEsome!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by odie440 View Post
    Where did you get your cowl hood? Pins or Hinges? How do you like it? How tall is the cowl? It looks pretty AWEsome!!!
    The hood is a factory steel hood with a fiberglass cowl. The center section of the sheet metal was removed under the cowl but the cross bracing remains. I believe it is a 4". The hood was on the car when I bought it as a rolling chassis.
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