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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old Oct 31st, 09, 04:37 AM Thread Starter
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Automatic Kickdown cable on Holley Carb

Anyone have pictures of their set up of a automatic transmission kickdown cable mounted to a Holley carb on a dual plane high rise manifold? I have a 650 Double pumper and factor z28 manifold in my z11 and need to figure out a better set up for hooking this kickdown cable up.

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old Oct 31st, 09, 06:55 AM
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Re: Automatic Kickdown cable on Holley Carb

Hi Steve, assumming you have a turbo 350 correct?

I can send you a pick.


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Re: Automatic Kickdown cable on Holley Carb

maybe this might help


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Re: Automatic Kickdown cable on Holley Carb

Thanks for emailing the picture Jeff , and posting the picture Harry - very helpful! What bracket are you guys using to hold the cable sleeve in place and what are you mounting it to on the intake manifold? All I can see on the drivers side to mount a bracket to is the coil mount hole.

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Asked and answered - thanks Jeff!

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Thanks for emailing the picture Jeff , and posting the picture Harry - very helpful! What bracket are you guys using to hold the cable sleeve in place and what are you mounting it to on the intake manifold? All I can see on the drivers side to mount a bracket to is the coil mount hole.
I mounted my kickdown sleeve to the manifold, but what ball joint are you using to hold the kickdown to the bracket on the carb?

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Re: Automatic Kickdown cable on Holley Carb

There's a hole on the lower half of the throttle lever (same lever that has the hole on top for the throttle link) that needs a ball to put the cable in - I'm guessing I can find that on Summit as well?

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yes you can


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