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    post pics of wot

    im not sure how to mount the wot switch can anyone post pics

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    Is this for your '93?

    There's a mod here that goes by "TheBiZ" that has sprayed LT1 motors for a while.

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    Give me a sec and I will look for a pic.

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    Here is what I could come up with from my personal pics. You can't see the WOT switch too well, but you should be able to get the drift.

    Use the bracket that comes with the WOT switch. Run the bottom right TB bolt through the bracket and then bend into position. Make sure the dog ear on the TB (circle A), hits the switch (circle B) only when the butterflies are ALL THE WAY open. Its really a trial and error thing. There is no "wrong" way to mount it. As long as the switch is down when the TB is wide open. Let me know if you have anymore questions.
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    Your engine bay is all blue, Burt.


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    Originally posted by QWIKLS1
    Your engine bay is all blue, Burt.

    It was an LT1, all that excitement and not enough motor to release it all...if you know what I mean. I have remedied that tho.

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