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Old 12-27-2004, 04:20 PM
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Exclamation Duel bore TB for Bullet having problems with install need advice?

My roommate just got a duel bore 62 mm TB and we pulled the TB off and then the throttle return line was almost an inch short from were it connects to the TB clip. Is there any easy way to pull the line closer without damaging anything or just order a new clip. This is for a Bullet not GT. Anyone with experience with this problem or just good ole advice please respond to this thread.
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Old 12-28-2004, 04:20 AM
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Unless it has gotten stuck on something it should still reach. Might wanna go and fallow the cable to see it its stuck.
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Old 12-28-2004, 02:53 PM
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Not stuck on anything. Found out that the bracket has to be bent about 1/2 inch to get to reach the TB. Also found out it is the Cruise control cable. Hell don't ever use maybe disconnecting it won't hurt? I'm going to bend the bracket and hopefully that'll do. The car is not a daily driver and it hardly sees the highway. Don't need the cruise control anyway.
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Old 12-29-2004, 01:26 PM
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Alright pulled the bracket forward and the cables matched up perfect but the car idles at 2000 rpm and adjust everything and it seems as the trhottle sticks and slowly lets the motor idle back down to 800 rpm. Anyone have ideas about this problem. I think vacum lock is a key factor here. But maybe I'm missing something. MT's #1 you have a solution for me to try?
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does it idle real high when u first start it up ???
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What year mustang were you trying to install this on?
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Old 01-12-2005, 04:20 PM
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Bulitt Mustang 2001. It just idles like crap with the BBK TB put the old one on and it worked fine
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Check the TPS setting to make sure its around .99 or 1.00 This is usually the cause for everyones issues with tb installation and idle probs.
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Hi there I am the room mate of Stangdude27 and the owner of the Bullitt. I don't think the problem is the TPS because it works fine with my stock TB. The BBK TB makes it hard to push down on the gas pedal and I tried the set screw and just decided on putting the stock TB back on.
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