Thursday, April 20, 2017

MMWS Replacement Stihl 066 cylinder 54mm

Available NOW At HLSupply. (You can use the link at bottom of this post.)

A better, 54 millimeter bore cylinder for the Stihl 066 was 8 months in the making. We have Cross Performance Cylinders and Mastermind Worksaws to thank for this beast.

Cross Performance got Randy Evans, a.k.a. Mastermind, to analyze a new oem top end kit for a Stihl 066. Certain that he could improve it, ol' Peg Legs put it on the lathe and stuff.

With some port timing tweaks, better port shapes, and now boasting a bump in compression with better squish band design to increase squish velocity, the cylinder was sent back to Cross Performance.

The beefed up MMWS Stihl 066 cylinder prototype went to Cross Performance for manufacturing and a mold was made out of it.

Unfortunately, when a newly manufactured replacement Stihl 066 cylinder prototype was shipped back to Mastermind Worksaws, it was deemed that the exhaust port shape was not up to Randy's standards. Randy did some changes and sent it back to Cross for remanufacturing in due time.

The next rendition was really good.....and the rest is history.

...And here it is...

Replacement Stihl 066 cylinder

A premium quality, Nikasil plated, MMWS, 54mm cylinder kit.

Look for "Cross Performance MMWS Stihl 066, MS660 cylinder kit 54mm" now for sale at HLSupply's Web site as part number CP30066 at the link in the description of this video.

Your kit will likely ship to you within 24 hours, coming with high quality CABER brand piston rings from Italy.


This is a performance replacement cylinder for Stihl 066, MS650, MS660 chainsaws. It replaces Stihl OEM part number 1122 020 1211.
  • Premium quality Nikasil plated MMWS cylinder kit by Cross Performance. 54mm.
  • Includes high quality CABER (Italy) brand piston rings.
  • Fits: Stihl 066, MS650, MS660 chainsaws
  • 54mm bore
  • Replaces OEM part: 1122 020 1211


Your customers will LOVE it.

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

AboveTheNorm Assembling Stihl MS250 Chainsaw Parts





How to Install Aftermarket Parts on a Stihl MS250

https://www.hlsproparts.com/SearchResults.asp?Search=ms250



It's #AboveTheNorm



To summarize the steps of How to Install Aftermarket Parts on a Stihl MS250: There's the thing that goes here, and the hammer that secures it there. We have a bar crammed into place, and a chain loop that's a wee bit loose.  Don't forget that weird lookin' carburetor, oh, and a pulley for the string on the wrong side of the saw. VROOM!

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Chainsaw Blades #AboveTheNorm

#AboveTheNorm Assembling the Poulan Pro Chainsaw

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Saturday, April 1, 2017

Should Small Engine Repair Shops Have Facebook page or a Website?

“Should I have a Facebook page, or a Web site?” a small engine mechanic recently asked me. My short answer was a resounding YES! My more helpful answer is as follows dot dot dot

Given the size of the "Facebooksphere", is reasonable to assume

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Find the Right Bar And Chain

Sawyers often wonder how to find the right bar and chain for their saw. They may not necessarily care what it came with, but what they can put on it as replacement chainsaw bars or replacement chainsaw chain loops.

They worry that without an original equipment manual to look up chainsaw bars and chains that came with their make and model, there won't be an easy way to replace them.