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    Default Bracket Identification - Stealth Ram Throttle Body

    I'm not sure if this is the forum to ask this, but I'm trying to diagnose a stiff pedal on a Stealth Ram unit and I think the cause is this bracket. The trouble is I can't find any photos of this aluminum bracket on Holley's website. I know the cable is from Lokar, but I can't find it on their website either. The Stealth Ram is in an 86' Grand Prix if that matters. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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    That looks like it's part of the throttle body.
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    Thanks for the quick reply Danny. Upon further inspection it looks like you're correct. Is their any adjustment on the throttle spring? The pedal is really hard & jerky. I've checked the cable and it isn't binding. Compared to my Sniper, the throttle blades are harder to operate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 75StingRay View Post
    Is their any adjustment on the throttle spring?
    I don't know, I'd have to see the throttle shaft coiled return spring configuration.

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