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Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by havvey, Mar 22, 2006.

  1. Chainsaw Jim

    Chainsaw Jim CJ Saws, LLC

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    How many of these claims are with the use of an accurate tachometer and witnesses? Not calling anyone liars, it's just that considering the level of achievement like this I'd expect to see a video or something.
     
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    Marley5 ArboristSite Operative

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    I once had a 12 gauge shot gun shoot a slug at 5000 fps but no video or witness......that gun was sweet.
     
  3. Haywire Haywood

    Haywire Haywood Fiscal Conservative Social Retard

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    Lakeside53... king of the ms361 muffler mod. Those were good days on the forum.
     
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    I saw that lakeside53 replied and had a flashback, "oh Andy's back?" Then saw the original post date
     
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    And Gary on oil threads, those where great
     
  6. cuinrearview

    cuinrearview Red saw lover

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    Frank's gone
     
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    No he had work to do, remenber ?
     
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    The early EMC spit single GP bikes revved to god knows what as they had no rev counter & a 8 or 10speed g/box the riders were told to rev em till they whistled & the swap cogs IIRC the power band was something in the 500/750 rev band in the high 20,000 range & you could hear em coming from a great distance ear splitting scream no stinger
     
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    My sons stock suzuki 400 bandit would redline at 17,000 rpm. She’s a gsxr400 in bandit street clothes. The vee twins don’t stand a chance off red lights.

    When I was speed cutting at the local fair I had the 2100 maxed out. We had to bore two holes in the timber. The saw chain rakers set deep. It actually pulled the saw into the timber by itself and stuck the twin spikes into the timber. I fought to pull it out for the next cuts. I learned to remove the spikes.
     
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    SmellyPirateHooker ArboristSite Guru

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    They can go higher RPM then that. I've seen factory engines so in the mid 50k range and then you can port them
     
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    I wonder what’s the out put performance between being piston ported and having reeds.

    If we raise the exhaust port and lower or raise the intake port plus cut a 1/16” or 1/8” from the bottom of the piston it changes the timing. Advance the timing a tad.
     
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    High revs aren’t really a reed engines’ strong point...
     
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    Yes guys could have fun on here and learn from guys like lakeside. Now just a bunch of new little girls on here waiting to like something or act like they are in the know because they been here for a year or 2 and have never even dropped a tree for a buck. Being a big mouth and sticking a nose in every post never impressed anyone. Really pointless anymore.
     
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    When I post like that I get asked "who wizzed in your wheaties"
     
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    Nice to see some long timers posting!
     
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    Haywire Haywood Fiscal Conservative Social Retard

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    I wonder if the beg for rep thread is still buried here someplace. Lol
     
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    No more rep. It used to be nice to be able to sling some red. We could’ve used that the past couple of months.
     
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