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  • 20th April 2012 – Throttle Linkage adapting bracket

    Once we had done the final fit of the throttle linkage, we looked at it once again and thought to ourselves that there might be a problem with the lower bracket once the engine was running . As its only fixed to the inlet manifold at one end, we thought this may allow it to flex (a bit like a diving board) and over time may cause it to snap. So Mark set about once again to make a few improvements. His solution was simply to make a new piece of bracket that could be wielded onto the existing bracket, allowing the other end to be bolted to the the back of the engine head, making the whole unit even more solid.

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