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Re: Partner P100 Super
« Reply #30 on: August 04, 2020, 12:47:53 am »
Update on this saga that has stretched over several years . I did use  a 272 Husky coil which works very well ,nice not spark .These things are pretty torquey but at 99 cc's they should be . I don't think they have the grunt of a 2100 husky though .
As I might have mentioned if you use Husqvarna 2100 bar plates a Husky bar will fit .If you are lucky enough to find the actual McCulloch 1000 bar plates a Mac 10 series will fit but you have to use a gasket to block the oil from going in one hole straight through because of the way a 10 series bar is made .Oils through the same hole as the tightener goes into on the reverse (top ) side .
From what I see on these things the main difference between the Partner P-100 Super and the Mac 1000 is a handle brace on the former to prevent breaking the rear handle should it get dropped .Everthing thing else is identical,carb,cylinder etc .
It's been a real challenge resurrecting these two .More so than any other saw I've worked on including sleeving a Mac 125 with a cast iron cylinder liner .
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Re: Partner P100 Super
« Reply #31 on: August 21, 2020, 07:57:38 am »
An update on this project that has stretched over a two year period .I've been using these two saws to cut down to size a huge pile of oak to size to split .One saw I have a 20" bar and for 99 cc that is childs play .It's  got some power and it's not even broken in yet and I never touched the carb after a rebuild and that doesn't happen that often .
After a few days at it I'm now into 24 and 30" stuff so I'll break out the other with a 24" Husqvarna bar and probably have to fiddle with the  carb setting on that one .Although I've not really compared the two against a 2100 Husqvarna I'd still give the Husky an edge although it's real close .
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Re: Partner P100 Super
« Reply #32 on: September 07, 2020, 07:41:00 am »
A little up date .I did in fact get both saws running well .Used the coil from a 272 Husqvarna on one that had a two piece ignition .If you can even find the two piece unit they want a bloody fortune .The after market coil cost me around 12-15 bucks and has a very hot spark .
I've heard people talk about these and the P-85 blowing a lot of smoke .I found the problem being the O-ring on the oil pump shaft which both models use .That size is 5 MM by 1.75 cross section .A bag of 25 cost me 6 bucks,cheap .That fixed the problem .
As far as performance from my perspective they are on a par with a Stihl 066 .Could be up there with a 2100 Husky maybe .Makes no difference they have plenty of power .Fact I'm running 8 pins on both of them .
The only difference I've found if I haven't already mentioned it is the suspension system .The McCulloch which could be a year or two older does not have the bar running down the starter side like the later p-100 super .
Evidently this was added to beef up the handles because if dropped it could break the mounting tabs off the crankcase .Other that that every thing else appears to be exactly  the same except of course the ignition coil .
If I can figure out how to get the pixel size smaller I'll post some pictures .I still haven't mastered  Win 10 on how to do things --old dog new trick thing . 
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Re: Partner P100 Super
« Reply #33 on: October 29, 2020, 01:49:14 pm »
If this works this one was stuck tight .Believe it or not I saved it .The cylinder and piston went on another crankcase rotating  assembly .New rings seals etc
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Re: Partner P100 Super
« Reply #34 on: October 29, 2020, 01:50:06 pm »
This is an after picture
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Re: Partner P100 Super
« Reply #35 on: October 29, 2020, 01:54:19 pm »
This is the pair of them P100 Super version to the left ,Mac 1000 right .I'll most likely doll up the Super with a paint job and decals .Both saws have plenty of power so I don't think I'll do any hot rodding to them .I did however pull the spark screens which sat inside the muffler .
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