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merek22

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Has anyone bought the one off the site?

http://www.bmw2002faq.com/component/page,shop.product_details/flypage,/product_id,71/category_id,18/option,com_virtuemart/Itemid,59/

Just wondering if there's any work needed for it (other than the possible drilling holes, which is easy), and if its specific to carburetor, and year car...

Thanks,

Merek

If no one has used it, or knows anything about it, how did other people set up their cable throttle linkage system? Thanks.

'75 2002

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Personally, I've come to love the rod ! (heh heh...)

The stock setup has so few problems and is dead- nuts reliable.

And if your motor mounts are on the way out, it'll warn you of that, too...

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"I learn best through painful, expensive experience, so I feel like I've gotten my money's worth." MattL

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haha, well, i switched carbs to a 38/38 dual mikuni solex setup, so the stock set-up doesn't work, and I tried contacting Pierce Manifolds, but they instantly replied saying they do absolutely no work with Mikuni carbs...

so now I'm looking to do a throttle cable setup, and that one seems simple, but there's not enough information given about it, like if it works on stock, or only webers, or what years, etc.

'75 2002

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