Okay. Compare this with the prior shot of the throttle mech. Using a bellcrank, another bend in the throttle cable is eliminated. Also, the opposing force of the return spring is isolated from the throttle pivot itself. Finally, by having the return spring on the same arm and close to the pull cable, there is minimal load on the bellcrank pivot point. It now works with little resistance, returns fully every time, and because of the different length arms on the bellcrank, it allows the throttle tube more travel than before for much better feedback. It's all hand-fabricated, including the bracket, cable holder, pull rod, and adjustable ferrules, except the bellcrank which I pirated from the original B&S parts. I might replace it later with a more cast looking part. I am much happier with the way this works!