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Throttle stop

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Anyone fitted one of these?  Would it be worthy in the aid of more assured WOT ?

http://www.rennline.com/Rennline-Aluminum-Throttle-Stop-Porsche/productinfo/F30/BLACK/

Until now, there has never been a source for a new throttle stop, which on many older 911's and 914's is battered from years of use. Rennline's new aluminum throttle stop mounts on both stock and Rennline floor boards, and comes with a new nylon adjuster bolt. Stainless hardware is included for attachment to Rennline floorboards.

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if you have a later 911 it is already there part of your pedal assembly....you can see the lip on the right side

Unless you cut this off and use the one from ren...waist of time if you ask me;-)

Ivan

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Mark can you explain what is VOT with this stop you are after....again you have to cut the lip from your pedal unless you have something else on your 911?

IvaN

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WOT not VOT ;)  'wide open throttle'  ie foot to the floor :)  mine is an '86 car not later model so not sure if the loud pedal has that lip?.  I was actually just browsing pedal boards when I came across it and wondered if it was some clever piece of engineering I was missing out on. The marketing blurb made sense that the original could be worn out (bit like my pedal board), hence the question on here.

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I was struggling to get WOT with my 993 throttle cable setup so I trimmed some off the back of the pedal. Mine is an '85 car

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