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JUNCTION BLOCK 4"

$26.75/Each
Part# 15-05450
MFR Model# XXXXX
DescriptionPart Number
#7704 Long Junction Block - 4 1/4"15-05450

Overview

Dual Carburetor Throttle Cable Set.

Rotax 503 Engines w/ plugs up. Nearly all new Rotax engines will be equipped with oil injection pumps. These pumps require a dedicated cable actuator to move the regulator arm. Our cable sets are a finished product which means you have no lengths to estimate or ends to install.

Long Reach System - Locates Slider Away From Engine Block
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  • Long Junction Block - 4 1/4"
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Fit like a gem, easy to use, price as quoted, all good

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JUNCTION BLOCK 4"

September 17, 2021

Not enough information to make a purchase. Need to see photograph of entire assembly. Mechanical drawing specifying length of each element, diameter of cables, diameter of sheath, material of cable and sheath, method of swaging, and all other related engineering data. I want to see all there is to see regarding any item you sell.

James T
April 6, 2017

Q&A

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Q: Are these cables(15-05516 and 15-05833) throttle slide cables or just for choke / enrichener cables? Do they have the same size swage on both ends as in the picture?

Per our tech: They are both the same type and style of cable physically, except the length is different. They are called out throttle, choke, and enricher cables because of where they go to on the engine. I think that was the customers initial question. They are the same cable with the same ends on each side, just different lengths.

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