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muffler mods???

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by Mully359, Mar 9, 2008.

  1. Mully359

    Mully359 ArboristSite Lurker

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    Need a little help with this subject. Never heard of such a thing until i started coming to this site. what does it involve? Does it give your saw more cc's?? Or does it just give your saw a different sound? How much is it to do this? Where do you get the part? Sorry for all the questions in one breath. Thank you
     
  2. huskydave

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    Click on page2 at bottom click on you guys did this everything you need is there. If you have a cat muffler you need to order a noncat first the cat muffler has platinum in it and is bad for the health.
     
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    Just like River Rat2 says; I can say that after modifying the muffler on a little 028 ,ok, and a little porting and upping the compression etc it made the little saw come alive and it is now a useful tool. It definitely has more power over a stock saw and my buddies like the throaty sound as much as me. Using it this morning cleaning up storm damage two fellows working alongside me were wondering what saw I was running and are more than impressed as they own 028`s and now I have two more saws to modify. LOL Pioneerguy600
     

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