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Offline Al Smith

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Re: Squish
« on: August 11, 2012, 09:42:35 am »
Early on I basically did about the same and it did cut faster .Although instead of sealant I cut the cylinder bases on a lathe .It was only later with a couple of models I later went in and did some tweeking to the ports to jack up the  speed a tad bit .

You know this method really isn't a bad way to jack some power with very little effort .This and a little muffler work would provide very satisfactory to 90 percent of folks who want just a little more grunt but don't feel like ponying up a couple hundred to get someone to soup it up .Once again proving you don't have to be a bloody genious to pep up a saw engine .

What the heck if it didn't work out just put the gasket back in and you're right back to where you started .Full circle so to speak . ;)


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