can you post a pic of your wolf whistle installation? i am curious to see placement
and bracket design. thanks!!!
They just screw into a hole in the intake and cord or wire is run to were you can reach it from the seat. Not sure what you mean by bracket?
This one has a bracket.
yup sure as shootin' does! But the mag mount is more interesting!
Tell us more on the mag drive
If you look closely, it appears to me that the wolf whistle is just mounted normally with its threads threaded into a piece of pipe and fittings used as a vacuum manifold. Look at the homemade bracket attached to the throttle rod. It has a rod going straight vertically to a homemade bell crank (that looks like a mounting bracket). The bell crank is mounted on the firewall. Then, notice the short link about 1 inch long dropping from the bell crank to the lever on the whistle. I'll bet anyone "a dollar to a doughnut" that I'm right.
The bell crank is linked to the spark rod.
Its a friend of a friends car.
Lots of unique things on it.
Including the bicycle chain driven Fairbanks Morse mag on a homemade mount.
I think from a Continental engine.
A lot of cheap fun in this car.
Well Dennis, I think you're right and if you look at the bracket below the plunger on the top of the wolf whistle, I see two nuts fastening bolts to the bracket (bolts out of sight under bracket). It must be an old original, as the currently sold ones have no bracket.
JD, your friend's friend's Tudor is almost too rusty for my tastes! Nah. Cool car. :-)
What is that piece of flat between the the water outlet and the head for?
Danny, I got nothin'