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  1. Ronie

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    Thanks, it surprised me.
     
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    The 036 loves to be tickled. As a matter of fact the 0 series saws in general love to be ported. There were exceptions where some saws came from the assembly line hotter than others, for sure...but the majority love a port job.
     
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    I thought the little carb and intake boot would hold it back but it seems to be up to the job.
     
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    I agree, that sounds super nice… I love my 036 ;) but I had my 461 out yesterday… I love this one too.. but it’s bigger and heavier :(

    what was the numbers you ended up with and the timing adv ? Any near mine ?
     
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    Thanks, my numbers were pretty close to yours but with more blow down.

    EX 105
    TR 125
    IN 81 curved up to 78 because of the v shape
    .025 off the key
     
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    @Wonkydonkey does yours put out a lot of oil? This one puts out a ton, I don't know if you noticed but it the video you can see the spray and my muffler smoking at the end from oil on it.
     
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    No. I put a farmatec one on, due to the oem leaking. It works but I’m happy it’s not full of oil enriched sawdust around the pump. I even thought about modding the oil pump or putting the oem back on

    edited auto correct moving should have been modding
     
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    I never completely took out the baffle, I just drilled 2 extra holes in it 3/8 (9mm) iirc.
    But I did enlarge the outlet more ;) on the farmatec ex

    edit we didn’t have the same std oem exhaust fitted
     
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    On this one I drilled two aprox 3/4" holes in the front part of the baffle and added a 3/4 pipe outlet. I don't have a pic but it's like this one from my 036 hybrid.

    KIMG2679.JPG
     
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    Resized_20211217_200631.jpeg Man you guys I'm loving this thread! ..found a spankin new OEM 034 super cylinder and piston. Going on a 036pro case. Its gonna be nice not having to use the 461 on everything once they're on the ground. This it my version of opening up the muffler..then I cleaned up the saw, pulled the straight gassed/thrashed cylinder and piston..
     
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    This 036 piston looks done huh?lol Resized_20211221_181628.jpeg
     
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    I like that muffler mod.
     
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    Resized_20211230_192721.jpeg Was playing around with hillbilly upper transfer access..welders do things a little different..
     
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    Just had to see if I could do it on the junk 036 pro cylinder so I drilled the hole in to the transfer from the outside so I could get in there with my Grinder..then I tig welded up the access..and ground Resized_20211231_141152.jpeg the weld gone
     
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    Just killin time playing around..prolly never do this again..too touchy for a c Resized_20211231_141745.jpeg ylinder that would actually matter.
     
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    Don't forget your other exhaust bolt. 034 super cylinders run good!
     
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    Lol thanks!! I was just mocking up the muffler with one bolt.
     
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    I wonder if epoxy would work instead of welding.
     
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    It does, but it leaks eventually.
     
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    I'd say if you wanted a no weld fix, tap the hole with 1\16-1\8 npt and put a pipe plug in it. Then you could easily go back in and port more later..the plug could be ground to be flush in the port.
     
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