I bought an RV-10 quadrant with cables from a builder who decided not to use it, and used two of the cables that came with it on my RV-14A installation. I have the FM-150 fuel injection, so had to use the special bracket required for that installation, which routes the cables below the engine. I believe Tim used the "standard" Bendix fuel injection and the normal cable routing. Make sure you choose cable lengths accordingly. I used the shorter cable (49.5 inches) for the mixture and the intermediate length one (52.5 inches) for the throttle. The prop cable was much too long, because we only have four cylinders vs. six in the 10. I still need to determine the right length for the prop cable, but I plan to route a piece of tubing to both ends to get a good estimate. The cables are pretty flexible and have a minimum bend radius of about 4 inches, as I recall, so it doesn't appear a precise length is that critical. YMMV
Last edited by MED : 06-13-2018 at 05:19 AM.