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Friction Adjustment to Throttle

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On my 1998 Response LX (monsoon), the throttle slows down if you let it go. I know it's supposed to have a slight tendency to slow but this seems excessive. How do you adjust the friction?

On my old Ski Supreme, I experimented with different sized springs on the carb linkage until I got it just right.

Thanks,

Wood

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beef
This is one way. I've also heard of people using zip ties to put a bit of pressure on the cable jacket.

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