Author Topic: Fugly AM cylinder on a Husqvarna 350 dropping trees  (Read 409 times)

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Offline KilliansRedLeo

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Nice video Walter. If you call that little 350 'Fugly' wait till you see the 'ratsaw' I'm putting together as a test! It is put together out of used faded mis-matched parts out of my junk bin. It will make Fugly look brand new.
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Nice video Walter. If you call that little 350 'Fugly' wait till you see the 'ratsaw' I'm putting together as a test! It is put together out of used faded mis-matched parts out of my junk bin. It will make Fugly look brand new.


It's the one that's "fugly" on the inside..:) If you saw how the transfers were (and still are to a certain degree) it's a wonder it eve runs!

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Walter, when is your next GTG? If I can make it, I will. Otherwise, I'll send you a saw for you guys to run against your 'control' saw. It is an experiment but if I think it runs well, I will send it down! All I ask is that you don't take it apart and return ship it back to me.
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Planning but don't have it nailed down yet. Have you run that saw?

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Not yet, had to tear it apart because of an air leak caused by a hairline crack in the case on the clutch side. I will let you know how it runs next week, should have it back together by then, with no air leaks!
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Here is the play list of five video's from concept to disappointment back to pleased..... And have another in process, NOT done yet..:)  where I fixed the issues.. more. Added the black ignition along with reinstalling the 357 carb and intake. AND new chain. It's a different saw from what you see in these video's even the last one. My bet is an easy 2-3 seconds faster on that test log video 3. The saw (no posted video on its latest iteration yet) in it's current form is quite satisfying to run. Solid power and the rpm's to limb as well. A success ... finally. Ran it this last weekend dropping trees and cleaning up tops. Didn't do any video because the person who helped (A lot) working this job didn't want to see any more Chinese crap......LOL and we were really pushing to get the job done.


https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtw-MqiEnI4FqI4p_gjbHg3fsoykcdazS

 

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