So I've taken the top butterfly(choke) physically off my holly bp, .....does it matter which way my linkage is(choke linkage) I can't remember if it's suposed to be pulled fwd or not.......... or maybe I should refrase.. what's the best way to 86 a mech choke off a holly dp??????
I'm not positive I know what that means(idle stops), I assume like on a q-jet when the choke is on it idles faster? I was just throwin it out there because I did pull the butterfly a couple years ago, and can't remember which friggin wat it went ,I was thinkin having it (linkage) pulled up/fwd was off, and back and down was on. Last night I put my starter and went to fire my boat up for the 1st time and long story I couldn't keep it lit long enougph to throw a light on it,(ya gotta love doin shit all by yourself)
On the throttle shaft, on the choke linkage side, there is another screw, and a notched plate that rotates into place when the choke is opperated, making a high idle "stop" (often 2 places notched for a very high idle and a lower "mid-point" idle).
On my 4150, the choke would be opperated by moving the actuator lever foreward, toward the clamp where the cable is supposed to mount.