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I have a profiler tunnel ram with 2 dominators and a fogger. Can someone tell me how to setup the linkage on this manifold or post pictures of your setups. The regular tunnel ram linkage wont work cause of the fogger solenoid are in the way. It cannot hook-up in the center of the manifold. Has to be either in the back or the front. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
 

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Get a coupler and another splined shaft from Enderle to take it to the back of the manifold. Measure the exct legnth needed and have them spline it 1.5" on each side. You'll need another heim juin to support the shaft at the rear.
 

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Jimmy - PM me your regular e-mail address and I'll send you a couple of pictures when I finish up the one I am working on (waiting on a few parts). It's a twin dominator setup with two foggers - cast trick flow intake. Linkage tucks under carbs.

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Get a coupler and another splined shaft from Enderle to take it to the back of the manifold. Measure the exct legnth needed and have them spline it 1.5" on each side. You'll need another heim juin to support the shaft at the rear.
Have you run into this type of set-ups before? If i do what your telling me to do, Am I going to need a cable or throttle rod from the gas pedal to how your telling me to set it up? Thanks for replying!
 

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It's a pretty common setup. Enderle sells a coupler (serated inside) to attach two of the long serated shafts. You'll use that to extend from the center to the rear of the intake. At that point you'll need one more carburetor mounting bracket, and rod end to mount off of the rear carburetor to support the long shaft. Now you just move the manifold bracket from the center of your intake to the rear (you may have to modify it to fit). If you have a solid rod going from your pedal in the car to the bracket now you'll just need to shorten it. Make sure you have a good pedal stop on your car so you don't try and push the carburetors past WOT.
 

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Not an expert, not even close. Only 2nd time doing myself & 1st tunnel ram. I used the Enderle as is.
It's close, very close, but works perfect & doesn't hit any lines. Sorry picture is not great, can get more later in week.



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Have you run into this type of set-ups before? If i do what your telling me to do, Am I going to need a cable or throttle rod from the gas pedal to how your telling me to set it up? Thanks for replying!
I've done it several times. I used to plumb manifolds. You still use the same lower piece of the linkage. You just move it to the back of the manifold. What you use from that to the pedal is up to you. It puts it right close to the firewall so you may be able to use solid linkage instead of a cable.
 

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I've done it several times. I used to plumb manifolds. You still use the same lower piece of the linkage. You just move it to the back of the manifold. What you use from that to the pedal is up to you. It puts it right close to the firewall so you may be able to use solid linkage instead of a cable.
This is exactly what we did after Steve re-plumbed our foggers. We made a sleeve and extended the primary shaft to the back of the manifold, added a ball bearing support at the rear to help hold the main shaft. We modified and relocated our "bellcrank" from the center to the rear of the manifold, shortened the throttle shaft and reconnected. Works great, we used ball bearing inserts everywhere to prevent binding. I'll try to post some pics soon.

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This is exactly what we did after Steve re-plumbed our foggers. We made a sleeve and extended the primary shaft to the back of the manifold, added a ball bearing support at the rear to help hold the main shaft. We modified and relocated our "bellcrank" from the center to the rear of the manifold, shortened the throttle shaft and reconnected. Works great, we used ball bearing inserts everywhere to prevent binding. I'll try to post some pics soon.

Martin
Bellcrank was the word I was looking for. Thanks Martin.
 

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yeah you can see the connector on the two spline shafts and we welded the piece (that holds the bell crank) on the back of the intake, it really works better in the rear, we had it in the center and way too many things in the way.
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I don't as most of the cars I work with now run 2bbl carburetors with the linkage down the center of the intake.
Do you know Enderle website or Phone #? I looked but cant find it, not to good with computers...:smt100
 
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