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Is deleting the base gasket generally a safe mod?

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by teacherman, Aug 11, 2017.

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    What I notice pulls harder more torque . Well worth it
     
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    That discussion link is about mm and carbs on Husqvarna saws, nothing about dirko.

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    If you copy and paste the link then it goes the the discussion on dirko

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    For those who have done the gasket delete on the 038/038 Magnum, what was the squish after the gasket delete?

    Thanks

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    Yes it is but I also like to know the volume when altering the squish If just checking piston is not becoming "matey" with the squish band 2 positions as stated are enough
     
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    .018. But that was on a meteor cylinder and piston. Ran very very well. Far more torque than my stock 372xp. IMO.
     

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