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TR4 ACCELERATOR PEDAL ADJUSTER

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Hi everyone. Just discovered that there doesn't appear to be info in the TR4 Workshop Manual on how to adjust the accelerator pedal screw. It is referred to in the Manual - P1.306, Fig 11, Items 23 & 24. However, nothing as to the correct setting. The excess thread sticks out rather a long way from the scuttle panel. See pics attached. Does anyone have a starter figure?

 

Best wishes Willie.

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It must be there to prevent too much foot pressure from damaging the cable or carb linkages.

I would adjust it so that you can just achieve wide open butterflies with pedal fully down onto the screw.

 

Bob.

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Hi Willie,

your pic showing the threaded end of the stop also shows a couple of cable loom body clips without any rubber sleeving.

 

Given time the clips could cut into the loom and have interesting results.

 

Roger

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Thanks Bob, I'll need to enlist my partner Pauline to assist. I was hoping there was a way of setting it up just per the pic, like maybe via amount [or lack] of loose pedal travel.

 

Roger - I'll follow that one up. THANKS!

 

Best wishes Willie

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Bob, just completed the adjustment and thought I'd show before and after air valve shots! Bit of a difference! Rear carb selected as clearest shots, but same for front

 

Best wishes and thanks once again. Willie

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