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What do you prefer?

Any experience with both?

Is there a benefit to switching to a cable?

Trying to decide what to do on my end. I have a Holley 4150 and I'm thinking the throttle linkage might be best.

 

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If the majority of your original pedal and linkage is in place and in good shape, it's hard to beat a good linkage as shown in your first post. I fabricated mine several years ago and have had it attached to a 600 cfm Edelbrock, a Holley 670 Street Avenger (shown in picture) and currently to a Sniper EFI.
 

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The 4150 is a direct swap for the stock carb. If you have a 65-68, stick with the pushrod.
 
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If the majority of your original pedal and linkage is in place and in good shape, it's hard to beat a good linkage as shown in your first post. I fabricated mine several years ago and have had it attached to a 600 cfm Edelbrock, a Holley 670 Street Avenger (shown in picture) and currently to a Sniper EFI.
Thanks for the pic. I have a Holley 670 Avenger carb, so this is perfect.

BTW - Do you like the carb?
 

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I put my Street Avenger on the shelf when I installed the Sniper EFI. When it was on the car, it ran well, but took a bit of tuning to get it right. It would be too much carb on a stock, or mildly built 289 IMO. Attached is the same linkage installed on the Sniper.
 

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