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Roger parent “New”. Non progressive 140 linnkage
Posted by: blkcorvair ()
Date: October 03, 2022 04:23PM

I was reading. Through. The latest roger parent. Linkage. Catalog. Anyone have any experience with. The “new” non progressive 140 linkage? Makes all 4 carbs. Move together. Seems This would be similar To the Clarks rotator kit but without rotating the Carbs. Kind of intrigued. Wondering If Anyone is running this now?

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Re: Roger parent “New”. Non progressive 140 linnkage
Posted by: RobertC ()
Date: October 03, 2022 04:44PM

Which carbs does the catalog recommend / use? standard 2 primary and 2 secondary? Or, 4 primary?

People have been running 4 primaries for decades - with various linkages.

Think Crown(?) offered a set of interlocking plates that attached to the throttle shafts in the 70's?

Probably someone here has used the linkage you are asking about.

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Re: Roger parent “New”. Non progressive 140 linnkage
Posted by: cschneider53 ()
Date: October 03, 2022 08:15PM

On my 4TBI setup from Ted Brown, I’m running Rogers linkage on the primaries and then Ted made these flaps that go on the shafts to turn the secondaries. Pretty slick and simple setup.

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Re: Roger parent “New”. Non progressive 140 linnkage
Posted by: blkcorvair ()
Date: October 05, 2022 10:47AM

Standard Primaries and Secondaries. On 66+ it will elimintae the lock out. Curious if anyone is using this kit and the performance / function of it vs just doing a standard Parent Linkage setup.

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