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How many parts does one need to convert a carbed 02 to a tii throttle linkage? (minus anything on the kfisch). Reason I ask..right now with my m20, I have a bracket bolted to the pedal box, and a throttle cable running all the way to the m20 throttle body. The 'feel' of it sucks. The car feels like a hummingbird on uppers. I am thinking about converting it to a 100% rod system (or 'non-cable', whatever), or just have the last little horizontal shot a cable.

Is it just pretty much the bracket on the top of the firewall I would need and the rod from the arm out of the pedal box going up to it?

thx

Matt

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pivot actuals a 290 mm horizontal rod which terminates at a vertical piece on throttle body. This vertical piece also attaches to kuglefischer and rotates as the throttle position changes, this in turn actuates the third and final rod which changes the enrichment of the pump depending on the throttle position.

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I don't have my motor in yet but, I have been playing with a couple linkage/cable options. The one that looks somewhat promising is a setup similar to the what the guys here are selling for the lynx/single dcoe setup. It is basically a cable that attaches to the throttle linkage at the firewall which uses most of an existing carbureted linkage. You replace the upper linkage mount with a bracket and the cable has a fitting that screws onto the end of the linkage and looks like it will work pretty well. Of course these observations are only from my mockups so it might not work but I thought I would throw the idea out anyway... :-)

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URL: http://www.zeebuck.com/02bc/index.htm

ie, the amount the cable is pulled relative to the amount the pedal is moved. Notice how this setup is designed to reduce the action on the throttle cable by a fair bit... fine adjustment in pedal action is made by moving the cable or rod pivot points on the pivoting intermediate arm.

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This is from Larry Harris' web page detailing his 2002 EFI conversion.

http://home.globalcrossing.net/~lsh/efi2002/

regards,

Zenon

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So basically, now, if I hit the gas...the action is TOO quick. So I would like to 'slow down' the action ,as opposed to speed up. The system you are describing does the opposite, correct?

either way, looks cool. Thanks for all the posts guys

Matt

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