Thanks Slugshot, Yes your right the picture is taken from the top of bottle, it has a sealed screw on top, if I connect to the thermostat section what would you do to the other pipe which serves carbs etc, could I Tee into the feed which will feed the bottle (of the thermostat housing) what do you think?? My radiator does not have separate connection as its a R6 rad to connect to. Thanks for the information of the cables mate. Cheers, Will
Giving serious consideration to sending this cable I check the Postal Service restrictions..... Most are common I suppose, and some are fairly strange (Soap etc)
However pay close attention towards the bottom of this list, in Bold for your amusement...
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God damn it, how will I get this Reactor to you now?
He he! nice one, looks like I may have to order from North Korea!! Thanks for the offer mate, I'll see if that would be long enough, if not where's a good place to purchase, just that Oz is not a big Kit car fan and bits like this are hard to come by, I'm a bit stuck for parts hence the questions lads? It's turning out to be a tough project with no parts at hand, and one thing and another! Still should be worth it. Cheers, William
As for cables I use a Venhill throttle cable with an inner liner for a smooth light feel, with these cables there's no need to add extra springs or a closing cable. They can make one to your length or as I did, buy the cable repair kit that comes too long so it can be cut to length, the kit also comes with an assortment of end fittings.
My clutch cable is from CABLE TEC it is their 5mm light weight gearchange cable with 50mm of inner cable movement and uses clevis fittings at both ends. They do set lengths or can make one to your size.