Originally posted by Go69:
Yes, I would be most interested in seeing how you accomplish it with two motors. I think that it would probably be a lot easier to set it up with the two motors but my concern was what happens if the "system" breaks down? There is no way to move the doors. With my proposed plan if the system fails you will still be able to open the doors manually by hand without breaking anything and without even having to raise the hood. With the motor attached directly to the bell crank you would have to disconnect the linkage in the event of system failure. Just a thought.
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the motors i use have a knob so they can be turned by hand if need be , i also have a manual switch to open them without the lights being open
Originally posted by R/S 350:
I have the same problem, to much cam not enough vacum. I was considering running a second vacum canister. Does this work?
not really one option is that some GM cars such as 1989 buick somerset bodys have an electric vaccum pump that operates the brake booster you might find one in the bone yard check with a friend at a local dealership they will be familiar with this maybe this will help if i remember the pump itself is not very big