Hi, Does anyone have a picture or diagram of how the FOOT throttle linkage should look from the pedal to the link point near the distibuter? I have the hand control and want to change to the floor board pedal. Thanks, Bob
Re: Foot throttle linkage for a 1948 VAO in reply to nickolas, 09-10-2006 21:43:23
I had 1943 SI with a foot throtle on it. It was so akward to use that I just used the hand throttle instead. It has a small cast pedal that you will need to find and they are pretty rare. the rest is just a simple rod linkage that goes to the carb. Walt
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