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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old Feb 29th, 08, 2:31 PM Thread Starter
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how to adjust a kickdown on TH350

I have a 350 engine with THM 350 trans with a Performer Carb.
The end of the kickdown cable on the Carb side is an oval shaped slide where to lock the screw attached to the Carb throttle lever.
what is the recipe to determine the position of the screw in the oval shaped termination of the cable for best results?

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old Feb 29th, 08, 4:30 PM
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Re: how to adjust a kickdown on TH350

There is a button on the turbo 350's where the cable clips into the bracket. You lift the button up and the cable will unlock from its sleeve, you will see a spring there. Open the carb to full throttle and pull the cable back til the slack is gone. Push the button back down to lock the cable.

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