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Re: Homelite C series / XP Cylinder Porting Question
« on: October 14, 2013, 08:01:13 pm »
I am really interested in it because it makes salvaging the cylinder with the sleeve method viable (only because I have the machinery to do it.)  Without having the complete band I would have to cut out all support around the intake fins, with the band I can cut ports near the end of the intake runner like the XP cylinder.  I would think that the XP cylinder would be coolest around that section of the cylinder since the cool intake gasses would be traveling through the ports, and it is supported about every 10 with a runner.

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