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Offline neil

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Re: Husqvarna 3120 300th project
« Reply #10 on: April 23, 2013, 11:33:57 pm »
These new 66mm bore with 4mm to 6mm stroked cranks are just way to fast, IF you use the right builder.  ;) Heck I couldnt handle the one I had. But willing to help those in the search for speed.  ;)


What if i told you today that i found a crankcase and crank that gives 44mm stroke and with a bit of machining will accept the 090 cylinder and give you 148cc .... physical size of the cylinders is very close to each other

Whoo hoo and i was gonna buy a 3120 with an already weak bottom end no need to now ..... now to try and hide it all inside a standard saw ............ what this space ............ McBob.

P.S. And the donner saw well you can go and work it out for yourselfs


Who are you trying to kid now,,,,,,

 

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