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  #191  
Old 06-17-2021, 01:10 PM
motodave motodave is offline
 
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Simple fix, I just flipped the standard Van's bracket over to other side (with a little bending to clear the pan) and put the bolt and spacers on on the throttle arm on the other side also:

Untitled by Dave Hock, on Flickr

Untitled by Dave Hock, on Flickr

Tons of clearance now to the hot exhaust pipes!
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Old 06-19-2021, 08:01 AM
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Here's how I shielded my throttle cable from exhaust. Works OK through 90-hours. I have a Superior cold air sump. so I had to fabricate an additional plate to use the Superior boss with the Van's bracket.

If I remember correctly, I did have to warp or flare out the sides of the shields a little bit due to exhaust pipe bends.
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Old 06-21-2021, 05:43 AM
Iluke Iluke is offline
 
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Here are some pictures of my homemade throttle bracket. Like other's the Vans supplied bracket positioned the cable too low. I made this out of 4130 sheet. It positions the cable higher, closer to the sump. As an added benefit, it gave the cable a slightly better angle relative to the linkage.
Haven't flown yet, but I have run the engine on the ground and no problems so far.

Mine is a factory Lycoming IO-360-M1B bought through Vans.
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