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    Fred Besant
    Recently purchased two drt900 tillers. Both engines run much...Answeredescalated
    General Product Question posted June 24, 2011 by Fred Besant, last edited February 10, 2012 
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    Question:
    Recently purchased two drt900 tillers. Both engines run much slower than I anticipated or am used to in previous tillers, even at full speed. Is this how they are supposed to operate?

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    Scott W.

    Thank you for contact AnswerARMY.

    The tiller engine is designed to have a top RPM of 3200 +/- 100 RPM when the throttle is moved to the "full throttle position".

    Your local authorized service center can use a tachometer to test engine RPM making sure it is with in specification.

    You can find your local Husqvarna dealers for sales and service and parts as well as manuals using the link.

    http://www.husqvarna.com/us/homeowner/home/

    Your local dealer is your best and fastest source of information.

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    • Scott W.

      Thank you for contact AnswerARMY.

      The tiller engine is designed to have a top RPM of 3200 +/- 100 RPM when the throttle is moved to the "full throttle position".

      Your local authorized service center can use a tachometer to test engine RPM making sure it is with in specification.

      You can find your local Husqvarna dealers for sales and service and parts as well as manuals using the link.

      http://www.husqvarna.com/us/homeowner/home/

      Your local dealer is your best and fastest source of information.