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    OEM 1st Gen Governor - (Maybe keep turbo in check!)

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    I removed one from a 292 equipped engine that was in a 1968 C10. I only saw a disconnected vacuum line coming from it so I'm guessing that when it saw low vacuum for a certain amount of time that it began to close off that plate, almost like another throttle plate. These were mounted between the manifold and the carburetor. Don't think our vans ever came with a turbo option.
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    The turbo comment was a "fun" statement for our member with a turbo
    Gary
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