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I'm building a custom throttle for my car and I need to know if the Vintage Air will cause any throttle clearance problems in the area circled in red. It will be a little taller than the Lokar.

If you have good pictures of that area with your Vintage Air completely installed, that would be great.


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Anybody have a Gen IV Vintage Air unit installed with a Lokar accelerator pedal?

If you do, could you please take a picture to show what kind of clearance you have up in the area where I show the red circle?

I sure would appreciate it.
 

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I honestly can't see there being any problems. your cable linkage should clear fine .
 

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Thanks a ton guys, that answers my question perfectly. (Man, I love how helpful the members of this site are)

I just didn't want to build something that works great but gets in the way of the Vintage Air unit.
A/C is like life support here in Texas......
 

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Mine is a GenIV system and uses the slider potentiometers that you can see here:

 
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