97/94/2G 2-Barrel Carb 3x2 Progressive Tri-Power Throttle Linkage
Universal Fit, 11.375" Extended Length, 7.000" Compressed Length
This universal progressive throttle linkage kit is designed to work with Ford/Holley 94's and Stromberg 97's carbs. It can be slightly modified to also work with Rochester 2G/2Gc applications (the linkage arms must be drilled for the larger diameter shafts). The arms are drilled with numerous holes allowing you to adjust the opening rate (ratio) of the secondary carbs.
Maximum center to center of long shaft is 11-3/8" and maximum of short shaft is 7". Works great on Y-Block Ford, Chevy small block, Ford Flathead V8, Chevy W-Series, Pontiac Tri-Power, vintage Cadillac/Oldsmobile J2, and more! This mechanical accelerator linkage can be used for either two 2-barrel (2x2) or three 2-barrel (3x2) carburetor applications.
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