I few weeks ago my throttle cable snapped about 3 inches in front of the weber, and really pissed me off. I managed to jury rig it back together so it works, having to cut off all the threading and using hose clamps to hold it in adjustment in the bracket. It works, but I don't like it cause it's just not nice and if it brok in this spot, the rest of the cable is probably not in nice shape.
I saw a nice after market braided steel jacket cable setup at pep boys for a good price, so I think I am going to use that for my new cable, however my dilemma is this. I have an auto. Looking at the TV cable you can see is meets the existing throttle cable near the firewall, disapears into a thick sleeve with the throttle cable and then only one cable attaches to the gas pedal. Obviosly, they are joined in there.
I am thinking about seperating the two cables, removing the stock throttle cable, routing the new throttle cable like normal, then, attaching the free end of the TV cable to the same location as the throttle cable on the carb's linkage and making or buying a bracket to hold the TV cable in adjustment on the intake manifold (I'm pretty good with aluminim)
Does this sound like it would work well to other people?