Ingersoll Rand 2475F13GH Honda Engine Throttle Slowdown – 45463676
The throttle slowdown is used to reduce the engine speed on gas driven air compressors. A properly installed throttle slowdown will reduce fuel consumption and compressor wear when the upper pressure cut-out setpoint is reached.
There is an 1/8” NPT fitting that will connect directly to the center pilot/unloader valve located between the engine and the motor. The opposite end of the cable will attach directly to the Honda engine's throttle valve behind the air filter. The throttle slowdown valve will expand and contract when the upper/lower pressure setpoints are reached which will cause the Honda engine to speed up or slow down accordingly.
This part is used on the Ingersoll Rand 2475F13GH gas compressor with the Honda GX390 engine.