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    TCV bracket for 200R on an I6?

    Almost finished Amie’s 200R conversion. Anyone have a bracket they can recommend, or photos?

    Thank you.
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    A transmission bracket? I have a line on a VCVan specific hanger type, PM sent.
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    CORRECTION
    I was talking about the main support bracket not the TCV bracket, my mistake.
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    I think [MENTION=1933]jrinaman[/MENTION] worked this out
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanner68 View Post
    I think [MENTION=1933]jrinaman[/MENTION] worked this out
    several times! with the Rochester, with the single webber, then the dual carter/webbers and then again with the dual European webbers. I have 'some' notes from the Rochester and will look for the old Rochester carb but fear I gave it away already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrinaman View Post
    several times! with the Rochester, with the single webber, then the dual carter/webbers and then again with the dual European webbers. I have 'some' notes from the Rochester and will look for the old Rochester carb but fear I gave it away already.
    Offhand I don't know if she has a Rochester or a Carter on there. Any advice you can give would be great. Almost done with the swap. Just a few kinks in the process left.
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    the brackets would be the same for either. the issue is the amount of pull. going from memory (or lack of) the quadrajet had 78 degrees where the monojet only had 60 degrees from idle to w.o.t. so not only does it need moved out farther to get 1 7/16" travel, you also need to start at the correct angle. dropping to 60 degrees is a plus, the carter/webbers were over 100 degrees and created quite a challenge. DO NOT DRIVE IT BEFORE INSTALLING CABLE!!! the cable needs to be longer too because it pulls from the side where a v-8 pulls from the rear.
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    I should have forced her to learn to drive the manual.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smiley View Post
    I should have forced her to learn to drive the manual.
    Manual Amie doesn't have the same ring to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smiley View Post
    Almost finished Amie’s 200R conversion. Anyone have a bracket they can recommend, or photos?

    Thank you.
    What did you convert from?

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