Originally Posted by 4Knights
Not an expert but I believe it's supposed to be on the spring first to allow for the flutter so when your energy draw changes the governor compensates at a steady rate not just revving to full throttle. Have you called Onan directly? When I had questions tech support was easy to work with.
Yea, they sent me to the parts counter. Said there techs are busy earning $100 an hour. Guess I'm in the wrong business? I think the flutter is excessive because it shakes pretty bad and acts like it is running on one cylinder. This is why I wonder if I have the spring hooked up to the wrong place at the actuator arm?