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    Merry Christmas Ralph Mate!
    Don’t deaden it, embrace it
    You wished for a tractor and scored it


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    Been thinking about a Sandy SeaChange Northern retirement in years to come, possibly downsizing to a 6.2L when these Magnificent Mexican Twactor cold mountains start wreaking havoc on my joints

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    roof done, this is definitely a young persons game......

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    Ok, the drivers has been done, just need to fit carpets.
    Stage one deadener, heat shielding, stage two underlay, now off to the passenger side.
    Did I say this is a young mans gig.....

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    All right, passenger side done.
    At SWIMBO's request, I will get new carpets. So none installed in the pics.
    That just leaves the doors to do which will be an easy job.
    One thing for sure, if you are near your GVM, the Mass Noise Liner ( the black stuff) will put you over.....
    Put the thermal barrier along the whole passenger side as the exhaust runs under there.
    Glad to get it done before works starts Monday.
    Seats are back in and time to start her up.
    Does work though, you can certainly hear that big boy under the hood, but just a little quieter now, will make touring that much nicer.

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    Question guys:

    how long is your throttle return spring?
    I'm having issues trying to get a reasonable feel on the pedal, it is currently way too strong, and I suspect that the geometry is all wrong.
    this is the setup I have,
    If I know what the original length is, it gives me a starting point...
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    Post #57 of my build shows the spring fitted and the same mount bracket - photo is off @MB motor. Brunswick can supply you with the spring and the bracket for sure. I sourced these from them - as usual they sent two variants, a single and a double coil version. Both are dimensionally the same, spring rate just doubles. OD of coil is 15mm, wire dia 1mm 14 active coils on the single. double has 14 active coils also, wire dia 0.75mm, inside of coil ends is 60mm approx overall. I run the double coil version, but carry both as spares.pump spring.JPG
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeeBee View Post
    Post #57 of my build shows the spring fitted and the same mount bracket - photo is off @MB motor. Brunswick can supply you with the spring and the bracket for sure. I sourced these from them - as usual they sent two variants, a single and a double coil version. Both are dimensionally the same, spring rate just doubles. OD of coil is 15mm, wire dia 1mm 14 active coils on the single. double has 14 active coils also, wire dia 0.75mm, inside of coil ends is 60mm approx overall. I run the double coil version, but carry both as spares.pump spring.JPG
    Thanks again Pee Bee for the info.
    I'm assuming that you are running that bracket and spring with the supercharger then?

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    Here is a pic showing the bracket and the pump with the spring set-up, taken when the heads were off recently.IMG_6721.JPG
    Accelerator cable to the connection with the gold coloured clip, and bracket configured for accelerator cable and cruise control cable, since deleted. Just noticed my spring in use is the single wire version
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    If you want the installed dimensions of the spring, let me know and I will put a ruler over it
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