Hydraulic throttle installed.
The hydraulic cable wasn pretty easy to install. I ended up putting it on backwards so the master cylinder is on the carb but since the pistons are the same size on each end it doesnt matter what way you put it on. putting the master cylinder on the engine makes it a lot easier to keep check on it and fill it up if I ever need to. There was a bolt in just the right spot on the intake for the bracket that came with the kit to bolt up to and mount the carb end without any trouble. I drilled a hole in the side of the stock caddy gas pedal and put the quick release mount on it. I tried to find a nice easy way to mount the cable but ended up just welding on a small metal bar and bolting the mount on it instead. The pedal operates real smooth now, I always thought cable operated throttles worked fine but this hydraulic one has a real nice feel to it when you mash it down.
I had to send the computer back to Jegs, it broke and was not able to be programmed anymore. As soon as I get it back and installed I will take the car and get the muffler put on it. After the muffler is installed the car should be good enough for maybe 10-15 miles of road driving then inspect it carefully to make sure everything is working good on it. After that I might actually get some use out of it before the weather gets cold.