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Governor question
  • tdarr
  • Florida, United States
Our GCX50 has a Perkins 4 cylinder propane power. Has anyone had a problem of when you accelerate it bogs down to a crawl. Have replaced regulator and vaporizer. Looks like the governor is not working properly. Vacuum advance on dist. is working. Anyone have experience with this?

tdarr@appi.us
  • Posted 25 Apr 2017 12:16 AM
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I'm not sure what governor you have but if is velocity type mounted under the carb it will do that if the spring in it broke. Take the side cover of the governor off and take a look.
  • Posted 25 Apr 2017 08:22 AM
  • tdarr
  • Florida, United States
It is a velocity type. The side cover looks like is riveted on. Is that how you get it off to check spring drill it out? I found out that this is a obsolete part and no where to be found. Any ideas on what else will work?
  • Posted 25 Apr 2017 10:05 PM
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