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1975 W100: How to get more pedal travel for Wide Open Throttle?

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1975 W100: How to get more pedal travel for Wide Open Throttle?

I can either adjust my throttle cable so that when the pedal is floored I get WOT but it won't return to idle, or I adjust it for idle and I can only go 80% throttle when the pedal is fully pressed.

Any solutions?

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I think I solved my own problem. If I move my throttle linkage lower on the throttle arm I can get another 1" of travel.
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