View from the top, facing forward. Note the larger bolt on top of the throttle arm housing; this is the bolt that controls the amount of force needed to push the throttle; it is possible to tighten or loosen. Use blue locktide to avoid it slipping over time due to vibration.

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Date Sunday, August 30 2015 @ 12:44 PM EDT
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