Bought a used Toro Personal Pace with B&S 6.75 with auto choke. It also has the blade brake. Essentially it runs cosistent, starts okay, no sputtering, etc. I set the rpms under no-load with a Tiny Tach at 2900 +/- 100 per Toro's web site and a B&S email response (FWIW, others here and elsewhere say it should be 3200). When I engage the blade the rpm's drop a few hundred an then go down to 2500-2600 when mowing through medium high grass. The engine sounds anemic at those speeds. Thus, to get the engine to spin at 2900 under mowing load, I have to bend the governor tang so that the no-load is around 3400-3600 which is considerably over the spec that the manufactures gave me (and maybe damaging to the engine?). Question is this: Are the rpms supposed to decline by a few hundred under load or is the throttle, for example, supposed to open more to compensate for the load and thus maintain the rpm that was set under no-load? Thanks from a new member.