if any of you recall my recent problems with the z-start, i couldnt hillclimb without a clutch lever. so i ordered the perch adjuster and put it on this morning. when i rode it, the stall speed was too high. i had to turn the barrel adjuster counter-clockwise all the way to get my stall speed low enough. the stall speed is fine now, my problem is with the cable slack: i have a ton of play in the cable, thats the only way it would work. if i pull the lever with 2 fingers, i can gain some rpm and eliminate the chatter, but the bike will still take off if i gas it. when i pull the lever to the bar, i can barely find nuetral - it still drags a bit too much. so it doesnt actually override the auto, it just gives me a little more control over it. this cant be the way its supposed to work, since the intructions say to have a nickels-worth of play at 4500 rpm, and i have much more than that. anyone know what the problem is? would it help if i reconnected the stock actuator spring down on the engine?