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|MIKE||I HAVE A 656 GAS TRACTOR AND I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE
MORE RPMS WITHOUT CHANGING THE GOVERNOR. ANY HELP
WILL BE GREAT. THANKS
|Leon||Shorten or replace the spring on the governor housing with a stronger spring. Warning: exceeding the manufacturer's governor rated high idle RPM's may cause damage to your engine. You have been warned.
|rich4||The 660 was rated at 2400 RPM and produced 20 more HP. Being a 6 cly engine you could update the RPM's to 660 specs. The 656 and 660 was the same engine size.
|cummings||is the 656 a 580 pto or dual 100
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