Auto kick down linkage

New Hemi Engine Swaps

  1. old_school

    old_school Well-Known Member

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    Just thinking out loud. If you want to keep your drive by wire and your 727 or 904. Not pretty but it will work. Use what you have around the shop. IMAG0196.jpg
     
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      xLURKxDOGx "An angel fat, at satan's feast" FABO Gold Member

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      Works for me.

      Jake
       
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      Adjust as needed and enjoy your new old school ride.
       
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        Nice, I like the idea and execution!
         
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        So you’re going directly down to the kickdown? Behind it? So it pulls the kickdown towards rear of vehicle? I’m trying to figure out how I’m going to do mine. Looks like it will work for me too. Thanks been wondering what to do with my set up.
         
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        Just get the Lokar or the ones off ebay. The way the one in the picture has a 1.5 inch pull. Very close to the stroke of my carb.
         
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