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Old     (mainelaker)      Join Date: Feb 2003       08-24-2003, 3:07 PM Reply   
I have a new Centurion Hurricane & I installed perfect pass this weekend. It hunts about 1.5 miles an hour with a rider. I think the problem is b/c the throttle cable increases in angle from the bracket to the throttle body then the PP installs on the cable & will drop down due to the location of the servo on the exhaust hose. I think if I could create a bracket to keep the PP cable at the right height it wouldn't hunt as much. It states in the install manual to not have any gap between the PP cable & throttle cable but how can you do that when it doesn't have a rigid connection to the cable? Quite frankly I think the servo part of the system is a little cheesy & they should have thought the design out a little better. I'm sure the slight gap is the cause of my problems but how do I solve it?

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