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ChadS(Governor Spring)

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05-05-2004 08:13:52

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Hey Chad, I wanted to know a little more about this spring that everyone is talking about. I currently have the spring on my H simply wired closed so that it will not expand and it gives me the power right away. Is your spring better than doing that. Let me know and if so, I would be interested in gettin' one from you.

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05-06-2004 07:02:32

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 Re: ChadS(Governor Spring) in reply to Mez25, 05-05-2004 08:13:52  
You might as well eliminate the governor and run it direct. The governor is your best freind in pulling, and it has to operate correctly, otherwise it will make it more difficult to operate down the track. I done that with the wire on the spring, but went out hooked and sure it pulled well, but when I got rid of the wired spring, and got it right, it took the guess work out of it. Just open her up, and pull. the governor, if you make it sensitive to recognize rpm changes on the track, and will change rpm to adapt the load, whether it is just off idle, or wide open. it is more than that,, you have idle, and wide open but nothing in between those 2 points, and that is where you see the difference. The springs I have will do you justice, it will make the governor more sensitive, and responcive, and give you the in between performance a puller needs to go down the track. night and day difference in it. Try one of them if you like! Chad

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05-06-2004 18:03:33

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 Re: Re: ChadS(Governor Spring) in reply to ChadS, 05-06-2004 07:02:32  
I put the spring in my smta and it was worth the money I have it pushin 67 HP now stock . money well worth spent . thanks chad.going for70 now

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