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I recently bought a husqvarna cz3815 zero turn 38" deck 15 horsepower used. it does an ok job but seems like could be better as far as power. i cant throttle up all the way when the blades are engaged, only about 3/4 the way. in return it chokes down quicker when i begin moving faster. is this a common problem and if so whats the solution i am capable of changing spark plugs, fuel lines, carburetors, etc... the small things. Thanks for any help is appreciated

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If you put the trottle lever all the way up that is the choke for just starting the engine. So 3/4 of the way is the highest rpm level.

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