On Aug 25, 2009, at 9:00 AM, email@example.com wrote:
> if it's used to maintain a fairly constant engine speed, well...like
> randall said, why do I want that? I can just scrap the whole
> assembly and hook the throttle cable from the pedal to the carb
> plate? or does it actually run better (or only) with that thing on
> there? now that you guys mention it, the cable isn't hooked up to
> the throttle plate at all. like you said, it seems to be
> 'suggesting' a speed. well, that's no fun in a cart.
It'll be crisper with a direct connection and should run just fine.
Depending on the carb size, it may bog slightly if you floor it too
fast; the governor damps that action a bit.
Worst that can happen is you blow the motor, or run the cable
incorrectly and the throttle sticks and you plow into a wall.
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