Does look pretty much identical when I compare the IPLs, and I think it corrects an error on Acres generally useful site.Far as I can tell the R4oT seems to be the same as the R440T.
They all have the same bore also. That site is useless for factual info.Does look pretty much identical when I compare the IPLs, and I think it corrects an error on Acres generally useful site.
It has R40T bore & stroke as 60 x 36, R440T as 56 x 40 (same as P100) but all 3 IPLs show the same part number (300740) for the crankshaft so that kinda leads me to think they all have the same stroke.
Hi Bill. Are you in need of an IPL? What year are your P/P 400s?Does the 40 cc pioneer partner 400 take the same piston because the bore and stroke is the same? I found some old stock 40 cc pistons for $5 each such a deal.? I’m thinking about porting a pioneer partner 400 saw. Adding a new piston. We’re can I get new crank bearings and seals, gaskets too.
I've cut and pasted the relevant section from the Husky 50 owners manual (It's a Partner 500 inside anyway).Anyone who has tuned the carbs on older R and P series 55cc saws. What did you use at your start point on the high low and idle jets? Lot of folks say start at one turn and work from there. That count for the idle screw as well? Just thought I'd check here before I give it a go.
That'll work too. It's just not considered safe, particularly on saws with the adjusting screws on the chain said, like most Partners.I like the "in the cut" method for high speed adjustment. I set mine so they are four stroking as soon as they are not under load anymore at full throttle. As soon as they go back under load they clean right up.