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    Default Nanni N2:14 throttle cable

    If anyone has one of these engines would you be able to take a photo and post please. I need to know how the cable connects at fuel injection pump on the engine. Manual is no good and Iím waiting for a reply from supplier too.

    Ta

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    Default Re: Nanni N2:14 throttle cable

    This pic is from a three cylinder kubota tractor. Does it look similar to your Nanni?
    In my limited experience the general layout remains the same no matter how many cylinders are involved.

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    Default Re: Nanni N2:14 throttle cable

    If you get stuck, consider strings instead of cables.
    I have them on both my diesel boats.
    For throttle, shifting gears and stop.

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    Default Re: Nanni N2:14 throttle cable

    Yes it does look similar Stiletto. I’ll go have another look to see if I can find the bracket that holds the end of outer cable. Thanks

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    Default Re: Nanni N2:14 throttle cable

    Looks like two cable connections, throttle and shut off, they may be push-pull cables, i.e. solid inner wire.
    (internet says this is N2-14?)

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    Default Re: Nanni N2:14 throttle cable

    Yes that’s it Canoe. I just had a thought. The fuse box came mounted on a bracket which was loose just sitting on top of engine but in my haste to install engine I’ve cut that bracket up to mount it on engine bay wall not thinking it may have a dual purpose. Doh, now it occurs to stupid me that it’s probably the missing piece of puzzle. So now I’ll have to fashion something to replace it.
    Double DOH.

    Thanks all.

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    Default Re: Nanni N2:14 throttle cable

    Looks like the gear shift and throttle brackets are set up for Teleflex/Morse type 33c cables.
    Clones of these cables are readily available in half meter increments.

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    Default Re: Nanni N2:14 throttle cable

    Well I’m a happy little Chappy now. Problem solved thanks to pic in #5 . I went and had another look at engine and that bracket under air cleaner is there, it is not visible from above though.
    you gotta love this forum and a special thanks to Canoe.
    i just went had a look through install and operator manual but besides one general view of the starboard side of engine showing that bkt., there is no other mention of what it is or how to set it up.

    YES, YES YYYYEEEEESSSSSSSSSS.
    Last edited by Andrew Donald; 11-28-2020 at 06:53 PM.

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