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Backside view of throttle control
Skybolt540

Backside view of throttle control

My goal is to kiip it light, so no quadrant. The throttle handle is sandwiched between a twist handle to create a friction lock. The bolt it all rides on is kept from rotating via a broached "bolt holder" I made from a big socket head cap screw, lathed and drilled.
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