Adjustable friction throttles with same construction
as the ACS A-800 friction throttle but with a large (2" dia.) black solid
plastic knob. Has 3/16" dia. 10-32 threaded end with 8 degree swivel. Stocked
in the following lengths (measurement taken from under panel nut to end
of threaded shaft with knob pushed in).
Made in USA
Not FAA / PMA Approved
Call for special pricing
Excellent quality. Looks great and operates well
Throttle cable came as ordered however there were many dings and gouges in the knob. This is a little disappointing when trying to do a nicer quality job will still work of course
Threaded at the cabin end was not long enough to be mounted in the factory location. Had to machine a recessed nut to make it work. Otherwise very smooth.
The tube housing is 5-1/4" long, behind the mounting point, to the flexible housing of the control.
No, these are not FAA / PMA Approved throttles. Experimental only.
These have a 10-32 threaded end which is not trimmable, and have a .078" inner cable.
The OD of the flexible cable is approximately 1/4".
The throttle requires a 1/2" hole for installation in the panel.
The threaded section is .74".
The bulkhead is not included on the A-800 and would need to be specified at the time of order. The measurement from the center of the bulkhead fitting to the end of the rod when its extended is 9-5/16. If they order the Vans A-800 the measurement is 7-1/4 for the 2-1/2 stroke.
Yes these knobs are just threaded on with 1/4-28 thread.
Technically yes. It is a solid threaded and you can push and pull but this also has a friction lock.