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|jr kyarsgaard||how do you slow the response down on the govnner on a jd 404 out of a 7700 jd combine. i put this in a 4010 it is to jerky.
|thepumpguysc||I'm going to assume its a Bosch inline pump??
There are only a few things you can do on the tractor and they all will effect performance..
1st there is a hi idle screw on the side of the pump throttle[stop screw]turning it in will lower the max rpm's you get out of the engine..
2nd is the turbo boost line on top of the govenor, try disconnecting it totaly[unscrew it] and give it a try..if that works, plug off the line..That line will limit[lower] the amount of fuel the engine gets at full boost..
The rest of the adj. are internal and best left to the pros w/ proper test equipment..
If its something you just cant live with, you can take the pump to a shop and have them calibrate it to what you need it for..
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