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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-14-2005, 06:57 PM Thread Starter
 
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Manual choke for MC2100

Anyone got a picture or diagram of a manual choke setup for a MC2100? I want change my MC2100 over to manual choke but, did not find what I needed when I did a serch.
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Re: Manual choke for MC2100

In the "Help" section of most auto parts stores there is a universal kit...comes with several little tabs, a bunch of screws, tube and cable...you should be able to fake it from there.
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Re: Manual choke for MC2100

Thanks, I will give a look see. [img]images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img]
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Re: Manual choke for MC2100

That is exactly what I did and it worked out just fine.
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Re: Manual choke for MC2100

If you change to a manual choke, you might want to block off the vacuum passage that was intended to draw warm air through the choke housing. All you need to do is put a blob of epoxy over the opening. You can cap off the large threaded opening, but that's not the one I'm talking about. Its inside the choke housing and draw air straight to the manifold side of the throttle plate. If you don't plug it, it will draw unfiltered air, water, etc into the intake. I found plugging it also lowered the lowest possible idle speed, and that may be helpful for you if you are installing this on a 258.
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