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Re: Poulan 46cc Porting Plane conversion
« Reply #10 on: August 05, 2014, 12:32:31 am »
Though I've seen several 46cc Poulan model airplane engines, I had two different iterations of the 45cc Timberman Homelites of which I originally intended to make model airplane engines but never did. The Homelites did not turn the rpm in the cut that my Stihl 025/MS250's do. They miss the mark by a couple thousand rpm. Stihl 9000 rpm / Homelite 7000 rpm. These Homelites have never given any trouble but fuel filters over the years. One of my kids still uses them for limbing.

But if you are used to Husqvarna 346 and 357XP's, you get the impression that the Homelite is not running full throttle.

I don't really know how the Poulan and the Homelite compared in the cut?
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