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WD 45 Governor Issues

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04-26-2002 09:01:01




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Okay Im going to break down and try to find some help in getting my WD 45 running right........
Im pretty sure I have an issue with my governor.... it runs fairly well just isnt lugging down when its under a pull.......
Do I have to remove my Distributer? to take governor off..................




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Duey (IA)

04-26-2002 12:55:14




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 Re: WD 45 Governor Issues in reply to CC, 04-26-2002 09:01:01  
CC,
You probably need to replace the governor weights and pins. Very little slop in the weight pin hole will cause a sluggish governor. If a weight is broken, be sure to find all of the parts. Broken pieces have a habit of hiding on a ledge behind the cam gear and can cause MAJOR damage when they go through the gears. Leave the distributer in the governor housing. Before you remove the governor housing, mark the exact position of the rotor in the distributer, then when you reinstall the governor housing, you can mesh the governor gear so the rotor is in the same place. Then a recheck of the timing is just a matter of hooking up the timing light. That is IF you didn't turn the engine when it was apart! Duey

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