||I posted a message on Sep. 6th in regards to the gov. on the engine. Does anyone have an answer?
The compensator spring will effect the throttle lever staying set where you put it but it would not have any effect on the operation of the governor it's self. About 90 percent of the time governor problems are cause by the governor arm to carburetor link being out of adjustment. The length of that link is very crucial on them. To adjust it with the engine shut off open the throttle lever to the wide open position disconnect the link from the governor arm pull the link toward the front of the engine as far as it will move the hole in the link should be a half of a hole forward of the hole in the governor arm if not adjust the clevis so it is and reconnect it and it should operate right. Hope this helps if you have any question email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
||Dustin or anyone. I have a TO30, It was running so hot the tail pipe was cherry red. I rebuilt the carb. Now when I throtle it up or try to run the bush hog, it dies. Any ideas?
I also replaced the muffler.