10mm piston kit?
Exactly. Bad gas caused detonation which beat up the bearings.
Lay a base gasket on the base of the cylinder and case match it.
I run the intake at 85 and wide. Exhaust is about 96 from the factory. So, those numbers are not your problem.
I port them to 85* by design.
It's cast into the flywheel.
No. Have you put a degree wheel on it?
That cylinder will run just fine, with very little effect on compression.
There is not an online source for Stihl SN data. You will have to contact a Stihl dealer.
Either it's idling to too high or the clutch springs are weak.
Both are abrasive. What's the difference?
Brian, aka Timberwolf.
What was the deal that the jet needed drilled?
Most people want to get rid of the red eye coil. They are prone to failure and are rev limited.
As long as it takes to finish putting it together.
What model saw are you working on? If your carb leaks against the manifold, it's still an air leak that will cause a lean condition.
I would stick with a 20". Why limit yourself? That's plenty saw for a 20" bar.
Actually, he is.
Are you talking about the brass "ferrule" that goes in the end? That's to keep it from collapsing.
No, Tygon would be a bad idea.
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