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throttle linkage w/3.2 intake

Most 930's with the 3.2 intake conversion have to reverse the linkage for throttle. I was checking out the cable actuated system on the 3.6 intakes and it seems as though this would be a good way to go.
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I reused my 930 bracket, but used the Carrera shaft, arms, and springs. The original throttle rod from the transmission bell crank to the engine worked fine.
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You must of cut and reversed the manifold? I didn't do that so I am using stock Carrera stuff. Except I had to build a new rod down to the tranny cause of the G50.

I would see if I could make a rod to make it work.
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Nope, stock manifold in stock orientation:

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Here's a shot a little closer (and blurrier):

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John, I reversed the direction of the ball stud on the 930 bellcrank to accept the Carrera rod which connects to the throttle body. At the time I considered buying the stock Carrera parts but figured it would set me back a week or so with delivery.

I'd estimate that building the parts to hold a cable sheath and integrating the cable onto your 930 bellcrank and Carrera throttle arm would be a similar amount of work to what I did. On the other hand what David is suggesting would be seamless with no modifications required.
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I did have a problem with the throttle not closing completely so I added a small spring inside the large spring on the throttle body.
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sorry, forgot to mention that I have decided to flip manifold 180 for more direct air flow
seems to be the way to go since I am having an intercooler custom built (bell)
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