Posted by wforpm on October 19, 2012 at 05:09:46 from (220.127.116.11):
Hello All. OK have the throttle adjusted so it stays where it is set. Had to tighten clamp against spring on torque rod. Checked RPM's , set at 425 with meter. Electronic hand held meter that uses laser to reflective tape on crank pully. Have gone through the rest of the adjustment steps ( at 1000 rpm ) but the governor does not kick in when you pull a load on the engine in 4th gear with tthe brake on. Bumper screw is out almost to the point of falling out. Also the throttle rod is at max lenght , maybe 3 threads holding together, and govermor rod is at max length. When I give it a little throttle ,say to 1000 rpm it seems to over rev and no increase OR decrease going up or down hill. I have to manualy move the throttle to lower the RPM's. Any idea what might be causing this. Thanks, Bob
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