That's awesome!! It's a whole new world once you get the governor working. My 202 was the same when I got it. Actually I was testing it for a week or so and digging a water line in to our barn with the backhoe. I was getting sick of revving the heck out of it and having it stall or strain so I started looking around for answers. That is what lead me to this site. That was 3 and a half years ago. It was John (UK) who helped me out and sent me instructions. Within a half an hour or so of adjusting and removing the unnecessary springs the previous owner had put in place it was digging like crazy. You will find it amazing what you can do with a tractor this size.
Did the carb come together well too? I'm guessing it did if your governor is working without it bogging down or dying.
This post was edited by Inno at 18:05:20 01/21/13.
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