What are governor springs for?

The governor spring wants to open the throttle and the governor tries to close the throttle. The interaction of the governor spring and mechanical governor holds the throttle at the desired engine rpms based upon a force balance and the load / operating conditions.

What does a 3200 Governor Spring do?

So if you have modified injectors, or installed a Power Pin, and just not seeing the results in the higher RPM you’re looking for, this replacement governor spring will solve your problems by allowing the pump to fuel to 3200 RPM.

How do you set a governor spring?

To adjust the governor, you would loosen the screw on the bottom of the governor arm and push the governor arm so the throttle is wide open. Then you would turn the bottom “clip” (which is connected to the governor shaft) counter clockwise. This will set the governor shaft on top of the governor spool.

What do 4K Gov springs do?

These governor springs will allow higher rpm and more power in your p-pump truck. For a 3K kit remove the center spring or leave it in for a 4K kit.

What is a governor linkage?

The governor linkage on a lawn mower engine, such as a Briggs, is used to adjust the throttle of the mower in order for it to run at a consistent speed. When the lawn mower runs at only low throttle speed or at high throttle speed the governor may need to be manually set or adjusted.

What position does the governor spring hold the throttle plate?

What is the relative position of the governor cup compared to the governor shaft? The governor spring is directly connected to the throttle plate.

Where does governor spring attach?

Unclip the short round end of the primary governor spring from the throttle control lever by hand. The governor primary and secondary springs both clip to the loop in the governor throttle arm linkage. The throttle lever is located on the throttle lever control bracket in front of the carburetor.