|Bing Carburetor Accessories - Remote Choke Kits require a 1/16" solder swage (sold separately).|
I ordered 308 the full kit with cable. Fits exactly and is long enough to make it anywhere in the cockpit of the Minimax, but it is NOT everything you need to install a remote choke. Basically they are shipping you the cable and the choke kit and both do not include a Cablestop for the end of the cable. Without a cable stop, it does not work. Cable stop is the tip at the end of the cable to hold the cable in place inside the choke float. Trying to find one is an absolute nightmare. If the cablestop is included, this would be a 5 star product, but without it, it is useless and it took me days and running around the city trying to find a cablestop without any success, so I ended up with a makeshift cablestop...
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This kit is attached to a Bing carb, and along with a separate cable, allows the pilot to choke the carb from the cockpit.
The manual covers all the Bing Carbs found on Ultralight and experimental aircraft. Slide Carburetors 54, 55, 84 and CV carburetors 64 & 94. It has exploded views technical tips, rebuild tips, altitude chart and more.
The cable in the kit has an inner wire approx. .055" diameter.