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Throttle plate flip

I'm trying to install a tps on a carrera throttle body which seems pretty simple however I can't seem to remove the linkage side in order to turn the shaft 180degrees.
Any ideas on how to remove this part? Seems to be pressed and sort of rivited on.
I've had it all apart ready to finish but just can't remove this part.
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I think the throttle plate flip is only for the 930 tb. I tried when i converted to carrera manifold and it doesn't work. I ended up getting a new tps and adapter from turbokraft.

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Hmm. Well that would be great if the tps just installed into the carrera tb.
But clewett instructions say carrera and 930.
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What is on the other end of that shaft? Is there a nut securing the shaft through the throttle body? In my mind, I have to think that shaft must come out in the direction you are looking at. I do not see how that shaft could be pressed in and then that fitting pressed on after it is installed. So, I would look on the other side to see if there is something to loosen that will then allow the shaft to slide out with that fitting still attached as shown. Sorry, I do not have a Carrera assembly to look at for reference.

I know it is different, but here is a link with pictures for a 930 throttle body flip procedure, in case it gives you some ideas.

http://www.clewett.com/instrux/930%20EFI%20Instructions.pdf
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Sorry for. It being clear.
I have already had the shaft out because the other side does allow that. It only has a clip holding it in that side. But this side I need to remove this side so that I can turn it 180*
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I ended up doing a bit of cutting of the ends of the flared end in order to allow it to come off the end. Having done that it was easy to remove and turn it around 180*. While in there I rebushed a part of the linkage. The linkage moved enough that the throttle closed switch/sensor wasn't adjustable any longer. Now it is. Here is the end result before I install tonight.

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You know we make a bolt-on TPS kit for that, right? Don't have to disassemble the t-body or anything, just remove the 5-pin switch and replace with the new adapter and sealed 3-pin TPS.
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After doing this it doesn't even look like I really needed to flip it with this part either.
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After doing this it doesn't even look like I really needed to flip it with this part either.
Funny we always find out those things after the fact.
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I used a TurboKraft TPS and adapter kit on my 3.2 TB, went on in about 5mins. Easy and perfect fit.
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It seems Clewett suggested flipping it to gain clearance for TPS. It seems the WUR would be somewhat in the way. I found when I flipped it that I could not easily get at the sensor connector. The support for the intercooler was in the way. I put the butterfly valve back in the original orientation and there appears to be no issue with it.

I did use Turbokraft's TPS mounting kit. Worked great!
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No need for wur if you need tps.
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Yes, no WUR needed with EFI.
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