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You cut the base to set squish or porting it now?
 

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I did this saw a few months ago.
 

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Right before assembly, I prefer a gasket but in this case. If I cut more off the base and it would of flattened the floor of intake spicot. I did not want that.
 

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As far as strategy, this saw is to be my go to saw. Squish ended up around 20 thousands. Timing from tdc is exh 104, transfers 124, and intake of 76. The ports widths are 60 percent of the bore.

I ran the saw with the factory zama el18. I was three turns out on the high side. Tried a walbro 159a. Ordered a walbro 191 and it tunes out better.

I am on about tank #4 and so far so good. Current chain set up is a 18" .325 Oregon chain. Real happy with it. It will cut for over 1 hr and still have fuel in the tank. Last time I ran it, I was getting tired thinking it had to be close to being out of fuel. Well, jonsered 1/ joey 0. The saw cut more wood than my body could take for 1 tank.
 

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yes, not uploaded to you tube yet.
 

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I had two of those saws, and they were both equally filthy. Here's the one I kept. It also got an NE 346 top end, along with some port work. Mastermind cut the base and squish band. And it has an HDA-199 carb and intake off a 357xp...
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No love for a build thread on a Saturday night?
 

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Too much beer I think.
 

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I was busy hanging curtain rods for mama. Where's the vid?
 

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Looking forward to the video. The 346 that I saw over on the other site was real impressive. It's on the list of saws I need. Just have to find a box 'o saw like yours. Getting one in good shape takes all the fun out of it.
 

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What are you looking for in a vid? I can make one. 20 inch bar? 16 or 18 bar? Speed cut? Bucking cut? Using the dawgs? Muffler sound? Idling on the ground? Reving it out?
 

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I think the standard bucking cut with a 18" or 20" would suffice but hey go crazy. Videos are great.
 
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