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Old 08 May 2004, 02:07 pm
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Default Sloppy Throttle cable


Has anyone else come across this? My throttle cable has a very sloppy recovery, almost like there is to much cable. How can I get a more responsive throttle? Thanks.....(01 2.4)
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Old 09 May 2004, 12:45 am
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You need it a bit snappier? take the TB off. & turn the return spring 1/2 turn more. Its hard to do but can be done with out taking it apart.
I used a pair off needle nose vise grips on the flat part of the sring & hooked the curved part w/ a flat blade screwdriver.

You have to be abit mechanically inclined to do this. Anothet set of hands can help also.
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