Author Topic: Poulan 46cc Porting Plane conversion  (Read 1884 times)

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Offline Spruce_Goose

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Re: Poulan 46cc Porting Plane conversion
« Reply #10 on: August 08, 2014, 12:05:56 pm »
"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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Yeah, for the short test I did do with the Poulan before ripping it apart, it felt a lot more sluggish than the Husqvarna XP models. Kind of like you said: not feeling wide open when it actually was. Not sure what this means in terms of airplane engine performance or how it will change if I do any porting or muffler mods, but we'll see!

 

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