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    Default 4160 with 20-92 solenoid, which throttle return to use?

    This is probably a dumb question, but I think someone might have already come up with a nice & easy solution. I have a Ford 306 with a Holley 4160 600 cfm carburetor on it. I added factory original '65 A/C to the engine and found I needed to install the 20-92 solenoid to raise the engine idle RPM when the A/C runs at idle. This solenoid is large. It gets in the way where the throttle return spring is. I need to make something unless Holley has a solution (hope it doesn't cost another $100). Thanks

    Edit: I was able to use a longer spring that connects to the A/C compressor. It clears the solenoid
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    Last edited by 65clyclone; 09-11-2019 at 10:36 AM.

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