20 thoughts on “how a governor works

  1. The opposite is true. If you are not mechanical the only way to learn is to pull things to bits. Take pics of how everything looks and buy quality tools as you will only need to buy them once that way.
    Get stuck in, the net is a Bible of info, you can't go wrong..

  2. The opposite is true. If you are not mechanical the only way to learn is to pull things to bits. Take pics of how everything looks and buy quality tools as you will only need to buy them once that way.
    Get stuck in, the net is a Bible of info, you can't go wrong..

  3. Hey Ryan, you hate making these videos, half your video was talking, now if you take off the governor you will make the engine over rev, why is it there? to keep it from red lining so it don't blow apart, if you want you can disconnect the linkage and use the normal accelerator cable. You might wanna be safe first, it might not blow apart but there is a chance it could resulting in a bad accident.

  4. Hi Ryan. one other thing that needs to be mentioned is if someone does do this governor removal to make sure that they have a throttle return spring securely attached to close the throttle. I built a go-kart and the return spring came loose and made for one wild ride before the kill switch could be tripped. Go-karts vibrate a lot when full clutch engagement happens.

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