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  1. bigbadbob

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    I have not moved the rings,,,as it came out
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    Ported cylinder or stock ?
    Agreed, pins are still in both places.
     
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    Is the electrode still attached to the spark plug? I had one come loose on an NGK and do exactly that damage.
     
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    Generac cylinder head reassembled and ready for reinstallation as soon as I get head bolts. It's also the last customer job in the shop.

    Cleaned the crankcase and cylinder gasket surfaces on my 357 and also installed a new fuel line and filter. All covered till I get my parts. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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    Got one of my 660’s back together, needed crank bearings and seals, I had put a new piston in it and some port work, along with a new clutch, the pto bearing was loose, and flywheel side was rough, put oem bearings and seals in. Did two heat cycles and it seems to be running well. A39F4E4C-74C2-4CC8-8116-3416C89687F6.jpeg EFCA4C05-1842-436C-BA15-1A9F348EC41C.jpeg it was a high hour logger saw
     
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    So with my 372XT and 372OE heads out for machining i was looking for a project. Just happens i had a 2165 with its brain removed. This had the XPW top end that i just sold on it.
    Having a spare 365 top-end laying around and i had myself a project! Heres some pics of the exhaust port. BFC3D095-75E5-4F87-9A9C-EB74653DA78D.jpeg 2C02AAAB-8FCF-4DB2-B48D-190FDA4592E5.jpeg 2C0D14B2-BCE1-4915-B045-DE3028154981.jpeg 0E64A0C2-5F84-4E52-8400-08732FA7D1FE.jpeg
     
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    Stock

    Electrode still on plug
     
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    Made my own Super sert today. Not bad for a chef....Lol. MS660 case. Whoever owned this last loved that extra quarter turn. Then try a bigger bolt....
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    Tapped the case out to M8x1.25 and got 90% or better clean threads. Chucked up a bolt on the lathe, drilled and tapped it to m5x0.8.
     
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    Very nice Rich! I've done something similar, the hillbilly way without a lathe.
     
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    Picked up a brand new 461 today from a dealer - ready for porting


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    Picked up this Clinton d50 handy today. 20200916_172353.jpg
     
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    Stihl 661 up to be ported, saw has a few tanks on it. 1600300324912206512661295517840.jpg
     
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    Are those the stock numbers on the handle Dustin? What do you aim for ported?
     
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    Those are the stock numbers, probably aim for .022 on the squish, try and keep the intake below 85, still deciding.on the exhaust and uppers.
     
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    1980ish Homelite Super XL Automatic. Came from a customer who decided to not repair it. Dumped some 40:1 and bar oil in it and it popped off pretty easy. Tweaked carb slightly and running sweet. Found a good outer bar plate for it and made sure it was oiling. Reinstalled bar and chain and ready for the wood. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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    I remember running a XL12 looked like that but manual Oiler.
    Did a great job till I replaced it with a Stihl 036 in 1994. Man I thought I hit the jack pot of saws.
     
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    This one has both automatic and manual oilers.

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    Similarly, I replaced my Homelite 330 with a Stihl 10 mm 044 in Dec 92 … never ran the 330 again!
     
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    Was a dead 281 yesterday 2811.jpg 2812.jpg 1281.jpg 2281.jpg now a 288
     
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