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Re: Jonsered 2141 2145 2150
« on: January 20, 2017, 07:26:31 pm »
Real good, but the 2149/351 was a 44mm cylinder. Straight open port design which may be why it often surprises people, as most guys tend to dismiss them. They do run real nice with just the basic changes that you did.

Perfect saw for breaking down those tops, isn't it?

Some months worth of 2002 production ones likely were closed port quad 44 mm cylinders made by Husky though, along the same pattern as the 45 mm ones of the 353/2152, according to the attached SB.

The reports on such cylinders mostly have been about the 2149, but that SB tells that it also was the case with most 351s made in 2002.

 

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