What is a Wheelie Bar?

What is a Wheelie Bar? Have you ever wondered what those pipes on the back of the car were? Ever wondered how a car doesn’t tip over when they are doing a huge wheelie at the start of the race? That’s where wheelie bars come in. Wheelie bars’ primary function is to help protect the car from tipping over during wheelies. Nothing like starting out a race while being upside down! Not only do they protect the car from damages, but as the car gets faster wheelie bars can act as a critical tuning aid, helping to steer the car.

How Do I Link a Throttle Bracket?

How Do I Link a Throttle Bracket? To make the installation of your throttle bracket as easy as possible we have created a throttle bracket linkage step by step instructional.  Directions 1. Mount bracket on the left (driver) side of the carburetor to the front and rear studs. For the Holley Dominator install the two spacers, one on each stud prior to installing the throttle bracket onto the studs. 2. Install the rear cable mount to the bracket with the supplied attaching screw. Do not tighten at this time to allow for adjustment in step (6). 3. Units with the


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