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Offline Jason K

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Does Stihl Still Make A Dual Port Muffler Cover for a MS460?
« on: March 27, 2016, 08:07:33 pm »
I am holding off on the MS390 deal until later this month. I am buying a 044 from a member on this forum. I am looking for a good part number for a dual port muffler number for stihl that is still good. If they still have them.

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I been using the raisinman aftermarket with great results. Like $15

Here is one for $15 http://www.sawagain.com/stihl-044-046-ms-440-ms-460-new-dual-port-muffler-cover-mod-new/

STIHL 044, 046, MS 440, MS 460 NEW DUAL PORT MUFFLER COVER 1128 140 0801  11281400801
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I been getting the whole mufflers for $25-$30 with DP cover, open back with the big back outlet.

More info for ya.

Just saving some stihl info here.

    440/460, 044/046 Dual port cover  1128 140 0801

    660/066 DP cover  1122 140 0800

    Large felling dawgs
    440/460 inner 1122 664 0506
    440 outer 1122 664 0501
    460 outer 1128 664 0501
    660 inner 1122 664 0508
    660 outer 1122 664 0503
   
   Ceramic chain catcher fits all 3 1122 650 7700
   
   PNW clutch cover  fits all 3 1122 648 0403
   
   361 PNW cover 1138 648 0400
   
  TS400 screen/clip for a muffler mod with a 9/16 pipe.
    Screen 4223 141 9000
    Clip  4223 141 6600
   
044 serial X29583701 or below = 10mm wrist pin
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Where do you get the whole muffler from Cut4fun? Bettter then buying the high price of stihl.

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There's little noticeable difference except price between OEM and the Aftermarket mufflers from HLS

The HLS mufflers are the same brand as those from Sawagain made in Taiwan

You can get just the dual port covers for all these saws for just  $19.95

044/MS440, 046/MS460 $29.95 Dual Port Muffler

http://www.hlsproparts.com/Stihl-044-046-MS440-MS460-replacement-muffler-p/h90046.htm





066/MS660 $34.99  Dual Port muffler

http://www.hlsproparts.com/Stihl-064-065-066-MS640-MS650-MS660-muffler-p/h90066.htm

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You go inside the muffler and remove the dog house and open the outlets up as much as you can and away it goes - full power
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I purchased a dp from hlsupply and had major paint chipping after 10 hours of use. It was a hyway very disappointed.
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Paint isn't that important. The stock ones won't hold up much longer. The oem one I bought had the bolt fall out on the screen first time I used it. Was way more pissed about a $40 cover doing that.
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It's not a big deal to gut a muffler and cut another hole in the cover.Maybe half an hour with a mini die grinder .If you want paint try the stuff they spray barbeque grills with .

If you want a shroud on one  just cut one out of sheet metal and  braze it on .If you can't braze use stainless steel pop rivets like they connect flue pipe with.If they can stand up to the heat of a wood stove going full tilt that saw won't even faze them .
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