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Old 03-07-2013, 10:50 AM
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Originally Posted by nkorep2 View Post
So as Ive been working through this, Ive been told there is supposed to be teflon bushing on the throttle shaft. Im 100% sure when I removed it that there was no bushing. How can that be? Am I missing something?

The plates were lining up wrong, I'll keep playing with it.
As I recall, there is a bushing inside the throttle body with seals at either end of the shaft. Typically these aren't disassembled this far as the throttle body can be cleaned sufficiently with a can of carb cleaner and brushes. I would give the guys at Holley Tech a call.

Same thing with throttle blades are not normally removed unless there is an issue.
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