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Old 14-06-2018, 09:48 PM   #1
Beanman
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Default Throttle Pedal Solutions for the Wilwood Kit

So after mounting the Wilwood pedal kit I tried to refit the throttle pedal (RHD) and its hitting the new pedal box! So Ive had to chop off the top part of the pedal, basically just the part that attaches to the cable. Now I can chop a bit off and weld back on so it clears but it will reduce the overall throw of the pedal. I've salvaged a B series throttle cable from the junkyard.

So Im wondering - is the stock throw that the mini throttle pedal provides equal to, greater or less than the Honda throttle body requires?

Illl be able to do some measuring and math once I am home but for now I'm away for work pondering solutions.
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Old 15-06-2018, 02:45 AM   #2
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Mini pedal in stock configuration isnt suitable for a honda engine.
Most people i believe are following a suggested mod of taking about 1.5in (40mm) out of the top of the pedal and adding it into the bottom of the pedal.

If you do this you'll get about the right amount of throw, then just fit it on the bulkhead where you can. You'll just have to make a new accelerator cable hole in the firewall.
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Old 16-06-2018, 02:20 PM   #3
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Thanks mate!
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