Can someone confirm this. It is my understanding that the fixture and setting gauge are not required to ensure the .220-.230" spacing is correct. Check with a caliper and if too large add some shims and if to small take some out? Not sure implications of too large or small. Seems if gap is too large balls could contact housing. Not sure of affect to throttle operation.
Re: 9N governor setting in reply to Abbby, 06-29-2020 10:15:43
In my recent experience, too large a gap can cause excessive engine speed. Also, a caliper will get you the correct gap. I just did mine last week and used my caliper as I dont have a ford jig. If it's a amazon governor, check to make sure the fork on the shaft the arms are on is facing the right direction. Mine was wrong out of the box and caused quite the headache until another member on here advised me to check it.
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