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    Senior Member Simonjjb's Avatar
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    Transmission Bell Crank

    There are also many choices for sale with conflicting or multi part numbers.
    91142301801 for 72+
    91142301701 is shown as 72+ and 74+
    91142302703 is shown as 71+ and as 65-68
    The parts diagram shows 90142302603 for up to 71 and
    91142301701 is shown as 72+

    In any case, I am trying to confirm the correct one for my 71 with MFI. The longer one was packaged as 90142302703. I donít have a part number for the shorter one.The arms that connect to the tunnel rod are about 52mm long. The arm to the engine side is also 52 for the short one and 61 for the long one.

    Iíve tried to search on this and it seems most folks say the longer arms are for MFI.

    Which is correct ?

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    Member #226 R Gruppe Life Member #147
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    Run the long one it will give you more adjustment towards full throttle.

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