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Super C governor spring

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Rick Remmert

04-27-2013 17:58:13
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Pulled the governor back off this afternoon. Pete23 or Gene Bender, you guys were correct. It does have another hole. It is closer to the shaft instead of out on the end of the arm. I am going to move the spring to the other hole and reinstall it. The picture is not the greatest, but you can see the other hole. We will see what happens. Thanks for you help.

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mkirsch

04-29-2013 04:45:58
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 Re: Super C governor spring in reply to Rick Remmert, 04-27-2013 17:58:13  
Check back at the throttle lever quadrant and make sure you're getting full travel there.

We had a Super C that we couldn't get more than about 1500 RPM out of. Turns out someone had assembled the throttle handle and rod incorrectly, and it was binding before it got to "wide open."



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achodges1

04-28-2013 20:52:06
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 Re: Super C governor spring in reply to Rick Remmert, 04-27-2013 17:58:13  
Had the exact same problem with a 230. Only ran 1640. The new spring fixed the problem. The new spring was nearly an 1/8 inch and two coils shorter than the spring that was in it. How did your new spring compare with the old. Your new replacement spring may not be the correct one. Mistakes do happen.



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teddy52food

04-28-2013 08:09:22
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 Re: Super C governor spring in reply to Rick Remmert, 04-27-2013 17:58:13  
Check that part that the spring is hooked to & make sure it is tight to the shaft. There is a pin holding it on which may be sheared off part way.



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Jim Becker

04-28-2013 08:07:18
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 Re: Super C governor spring in reply to Rick Remmert, 04-27-2013 17:58:13  
Yes a stiffer spring from a later model tractor should make it possible to turn the speed up. However, you should be able to get 1,800 rpm out of it with the original spring. If you can't, something else is wrong. A stiffer spring is just a Band-Aid to cover the real problem.

The something else that is wrong may be along the lines of what Gene already suggested. You rebushed the input shaft but are you sure you centered it in the original position?

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ShaggyM

04-28-2013 03:05:36
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 Re: Super C governor spring in reply to Rick Remmert, 04-27-2013 17:58:13  
Get a spring for a 504. That will perk things up a little bit!



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gene bender

04-28-2013 02:56:21
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 Re: Super C governor spring in reply to Rick Remmert, 04-27-2013 17:58:13  
That wont do it you need a stronger spring like the one for a 240. Moving to the other hole will weaken the wts you need a stronger spring . Does the input shaft have "slop" if it does remove and rebush the housing.



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teddy52food

04-27-2013 18:08:23
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 Re: Super C governor spring in reply to Rick Remmert, 04-27-2013 17:58:13  
I forgot. Are you trying to make it run faster or slower? Remember the spring opens the throttle & the flyweights close it. So figure out what you will change by changing holes.



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Rick Remmert

04-27-2013 20:03:21
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 Re: Super C governor spring in reply to teddy52food, 04-27-2013 18:08:23  
Trying to speed it up. It will only run 1640 RPM now.



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Bob

04-27-2013 22:04:19
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 Re: Super C governor spring in reply to Rick Remmert, 04-27-2013 20:03:21  
Moving it to the other hole, nearer to the center of the pivot point AIN"T gonna speed "er up.



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