If you have a Master Cylinder without a choke lever, you may need to relocate your choke. Source: universal choke cable from Chief Auto Supplies.
- You will have to ensure that about 4" of the choke cable is solid so the stock choke clamp can clamp onto something.
- Cut the outside part of the cable to fit. (hint: remove inside wire first)
- Cut the inside wire to fit bearing in mind you will use a pair of needle nose pliers to form a loop to fasten onto the choke linkage.
- Before mounting, slightly crimp/bend the solid choke tube so the wire will have some resistance. Otherwise, the tension from the choke linkage will cause the cable to slide back in. This is a trial and error procedure
- Mount the new choke in the stock mounting location. If you bent the choke tube, position it so the tube is away from the carb cover.
I painted mine black because the push handle was starting to corrode. Black caliper paint works great.