Re: Question on ZF shift pattern
Thanks guys. I got it resolved this morning. On the end that attaches to the transaxle, I had to shorten the attachment point 1/4". Now don't jump to the conclusion that I cut the cable. I threaded the rod end in 1/4". Now it shifts very nice.
Went to the gas station and put 10 gallons in the right tank. And guess what! The gauge reads 1/2 full. Maybe not 100% accurate, but it works!!!
Fabricated a new throttle cable bracket that mounts to the Webers and to the riveted tab on the valve covers. Perfect!!
Seems I've turned the corner on the problems. I drove the car all around town and on the freeway. Even a police officer looked and waved. Cool!!