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burnt-smta

09-01-2016 07:45:18




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I'm working on a 460 that seams to have no governer response at all. At just over an idle it will also slowly increase rpms on its own
. Not sure what to do to fix these problems, anyone have any suggestions?




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Janicholson

09-02-2016 08:14:03




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 Re: 460 governer in reply to burnt-smta, 09-01-2016 07:45:18  
Make sure the controls from the hand lever to the governor arm are pushing and pulling correctly and with very little wear on the pivot points. The lever should move full stroke on the governor. If the linkage is good, then check the link from the governor to the carb. it should not bind or have slop or connector looseness. Next make sure the throttle plate is not binding in the throttle bore. (sometimes the screws get loose and the throttle plate can bind preventing motion, or preventing idling. (carb must come off if the lever does not move through its full range. Jim

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cuby

09-02-2016 05:16:43




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 Re: 460 governer in reply to burnt-smta, 09-01-2016 07:45:18  
Check air breather to see if it is plugged.



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gstout

09-01-2016 19:32:01




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 Re: 460 governer in reply to burnt-smta, 09-01-2016 07:45:18  
check the thrust brg inside the governor , mine was like that and a new brg helped it



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Dieseltech

09-01-2016 09:46:10




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 Re: 460 governer in reply to burnt-smta, 09-01-2016 07:45:18  
Gas or diesel?



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burnt-smta

09-01-2016 17:59:01




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 Re: 460 governer in reply to Dieseltech, 09-01-2016 09:46:10  
Gas sorry forgot to mention that



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