I was wondering how the choke is supposed to be set up on an opposed twin Briggs. It doesnt have any springs or anything on the choke valve, it just had the throttle cable and choke cable connected to the throttle lever. If i start it and open the choke all the way, it dies, and if i close it so it idles smoothly, and give it more throttle, it sputters until i open it. Not sure if it was designed to have the choke valve and throttle valve move in sync or what. Is there anyway to make a seperate choke? I've seen people with the same engine use a pedal for the throttle, which is what i plan on doing. And all they have is a cable running to the throttle linkage. Im just wondering how they have their choke set up.