Check out that fancy return spring rig.
I used a piece of Aluminum angle that was slotted to clamp behind the two
top carb stud nuts. You may be able to flip your half moon quadrant around
or just fab up an angle lever that starts about 7-8 o'clock (as viewed from
the front). The half moon probably corresponded to a MC throttle and may
or may not work well with the Spridget pedal.
On Fri, Jul 18, 2014 at 10:39 AM, derf <email@example.com> wrote:
> Here's a pic of mine, way back when:
> I had many, including several that came from old Volvos. The Volvo pairs
> featured one with a "choke" (fuel enrichment) and one without.
> On Fri, Jul 18, 2014 at 10:26 AM, Michael Rowe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Single HS6 or HIF44 carb on a 1300+ engine:
>> The carb has been modified from an old Harley, and may not be stock. The
>> throttle linkage is a half-moon grooved gadget that points more or less
>> toward the air filter on the firewall side of the carb. There is no base
>> tube for the throttle cable housing. (Not sure of the proper terms.) I am
>> going to have to fake up a bracket, probably attached to the carb bolts or
>> the filter housing.
>> Anyone know of pictures of ways people have done this?
>> Michael Rowe
>> The Holy Sprite
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