So, First I had the ignition delay problem, replaced the delay unit, and it ran great for a couple of weeks. then the plastic timing gear failed, but the teeth did not break, the rivets holding it to the shaft broke. Fixed that, and it ran great for a day but started vibrating. It actually sheared the muffler studs and cracked the muffler pipes on both sides. I finally found that the rubber U-joint to the hydraulic pump was split, which was probably my fault during engine remounting. So I fixed all that, and it will not start. Now I found the right side coil is broken. I have a new coil on the way. My current issue is carb adjustment. It will go full throttle, but when I bring the lever back down, the throttle stays high, with the butterfly open. I think I am missing something, because I cannot see any mechanism to bring the throttle down. When the lever is pulled down, the tension on the spring between the governor arm and the throttle arm drops, but there does not seem tyo be anything pulling the butterfly closed. There is a spring on the throttle linkage, but it does not appear to do anything. Any ideas?