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Old 12-31-2005, 11:48 AM
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Throttle Brackets

ok guys this is my problem i have lokar throttle and kickdown cables and i am using a dinky lokar bracket and it keeps moving on me so i want to get an Aluminum bracket.
i have a speed demon carb. would any one know what would be the rite or the best bracket to use.
any ideas thanks guys

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ok this is a coincidence, not that I can offer any help to you mac350, and I don't want to hijack your thread. A friend asked same question yesterday and when I got home from work I took too long looking through my car receipts for a company called "Philadelphia Engine and Equipment", needless to say it is one I don't have. So I looked through some National Dragster mags since he said he has seen the company advertise in there before, no luck. Tried internet for the companies home page and can't find anything for them. Thing is they make a really trick aluminum throttle bracket and it fits both a demon or holley carb and I think it would be something you would want to at least want to consider. Too bad for them.
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If you happen to have a 700R4 behind that Demon, Bowtie Overdrives makes a nice one that goes under the carb. Holley has a pretty good one also.

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