If you're looking for a serious wood cutting
machine, then you've come to the right place. I have spent
many years making my living with a chainsaw, so I know what
it takes to get the most performance out of your saw without
sacrificing reliability. What you will get is a gain of 30-40%
over stock out of the box. You can equate a woods ported saw
to having a car with a performance cam. We change intake and
exhaust timing to optimize flow and maximize the potential
One of the big limiting factors in saw performance is exhaust
flow. Today's saws are really restricted because you have
to open the exhaust port, and in some cases add an additional
port. I mill the piston and cylinder for more compression
for added torque. Some saws require a change in the ignition
timing to maximize the gains. I build a saw that can be used
day in and day out without fear of failure. From the seasoned
professional, to the occasional wood cutter, you will be amazed
at the performance of the Wicked Work Saw.
Below are some examples of what is done when porting your
we show a combustion chamber that is cut for higher
After cutting the combustion chamber you have to cut
the base to get
the squish set back where you want it. Here is a cut
Once the cylinder and piston are machined we reassemble
and mark the
cylinder for porting. We use a timing wheel to get port
timing dialed in.
Here are examples of what the cylinder looks
like after getting it laid out for porting.
Here are the cylinder ports after porting.
Here is just one example of a dual port muffler.
The cost of a woods port is $300 and up.
If your saw is in need of any parts or repair we will
contact you and let you know about anything extra before any
work is performed. We will split the case on your saw to repair
the bottom end if needed for an additional $150.
We use UPS shipping with insurance to return saws. On average
the return shipping will be $30.