ThaddeusW Posted February 15, 2006 Share Posted February 15, 2006 I was just looking around and saw a post about an air throttle. I am guessing the accelerator is a pressure regulator that sends an air signal to a piston with a spring. The harder you press the more air pressure the further the piston extends against the spring moving the throttle lever on the pump . What engines used them and are they hard to fix/replace? And if anyone has a picture of the setup that would be great. Quote -Thad What America needs is less bull and more Bulldog! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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