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Old July 1st, 2006, 11:00 AM   #7
purplemyth
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Default Re: autostic to full manual

it had an autostic, we took that out. With the thro kit, it was a very tight pattern, getting it in rev was a bear. owner said it was not comfortable, wants more of a pattern to it. So hubby took kit out, shifter now sits forward, and I just know, if it's uncomfortable for me, the owner will grumble too. Hubby thought about doing the grinding, but when I talked with him at work, says he'll just switch the rods and go from there. I've driven a friend's 74 super , and was was sweet, this one just feels, um,,, chunky? He just wants to fix it, and sit down to watch the race tonight~
I have a feeling switching the rod will fix it...
will post back with results
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