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So I know the differences between the 394/395.


But what are the differences between the 2094/2095....?? Is it the same differences as the 394/5....??


And did the 2094/5 share similarities with the 394/5.....??
 

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The 2095 has a decomp from the 2094. That's the only difference I know for sure. Spike can tell you all of them I'm sure.
 

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All the saws you mentioned are awesome. . . That's all I know. :lol:
 

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Differences between 2094 and 2095 are quite significant but there may be some interchangeability. The 2094 is more hopped up than the 2095.

-Top handle
-Rear handle
-P&C
-All 2095's have decomp, not so with 2094
-Coils
-Oil pump setup
-Carbs
 
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So I know the differences between the 394/395.


But what are the differences between the 2094/2095....?? Is it the same differences as the 394/5....??


And did the 2094/5 share similarities with the 394/5.....??

The 2094/5 are completely different saws than the 394/5 with very few (if any) parts interchange.
 

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The couple jonsereds I ran were as strong or stronger than a 394/5 stock for stock.
 

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Differences between 2094 and 2095 are quite significant but there may be some interchangeability. The 2094 is more hopped up than the 2095. Closed port vs. open port.

-Top handle
-Rear handle
-P&C
-All 2095's have decomp, not so with 2094
-Coils
-Oil pump setup
-Carbs

What do you mean about closed port vs. open port? All the 2094s and 2095s I've had here had single (one per side) closed transfer loops.
 

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What do you mean about closed port vs. open port? All the 2094s and 2095s I've had here had single (one per side) closed transfer loops.

Yep, scratch that part. oooops.
 

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Yep, scratch that part. oooops.

I've been angling to get a 2094/2095 project to try a 395 top conversion on. I think it would work quite well and make a good runner. 395 top end and intake tract, modify the exhaust studs for the Jonsered muffler, machined and ported.
 

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I've been angling to get a 2094/2095 project to try a 395 top conversion on. I think it would work quite well and make a good runner. 395 top end and intake tract, modify the exhaust studs for the Jonsered muffler, machined and ported.

I thought the deck heights were different between these two saws, or maybe I am thinking about the 288 cylinder. Dunno. You may also have to cut the case to make room for the squarish intake block and then modify the top cover to fit if the air filter is relocated.

Would a ported 395 top end produce more power than a ported 2094 if the port jobs were similar? Are there more gains to be had from the Husky cylinder?
 

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I believe your right about the deck heights. I think the 2094 is taller with more of the piston in the case at BDC.
 

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I thought the deck heights were different between these two saws, or maybe I am thinking about the 288 cylinder. Dunno. You may also have to cut the case to make room for the squarish intake block and then modify the top cover to fit if the air filter is relocated.

Would a ported 395 top end produce more power than a ported 2094 if the port jobs were similar? Are there more gains to be had from the Husky cylinder?

I believe your right about the deck heights. I think the 2094 is taller with more of the piston in the case at BDC.

The deck heights are different but this can be addressed using a different (taller) piston, like the Husky 2101. The advantage of using the 395 cylinder, apart from quad transfers, is the rubber intake boot system which is similar to the Jonsered set-up. You could do the stock filter if desired or go a different route. It's been 10+ years since I've had a 2094/95 in hand so I've forgotten the fine details. I looked at this conversion way back when but then got busy with life and stuff. I did port a 2094 once and used a 2100 piston with a pop-up and that made a good runner, but I think there's more gains to be had out of the 395 jug.
 

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The deck heights are different but this can be addressed using a different (taller) piston, like the Husky 2101. The advantage of using the 395 cylinder, apart from quad transfers, is the rubber intake boot system which is similar to the Jonsered set-up. You could do the stock filter if desired or go a different route. It's been 10+ years since I've had a 2094/95 in hand so I've forgotten the fine details. I looked at this conversion way back when but then got busy with life and stuff. I did port a 2094 once and used a 2100 piston with a pop-up and that made a good runner, but I think there's more gains to be had out of the 395 jug.

Good info. Not that I run ported saws or anything, just good to learn from those that know more than I do.

For the air filter, I guess I was referring to how the intake elbow is incorporated into the top cover of the 2095. It is not open like on some Husky's. I have never had a 395 apart but I am guessing that the air filter area is similar to the 288. The top of the intake sits in a round opening on the 2094/5 and you would have to cut that out of the way for another air filter setup. If the carb/intake spacing is different for the Husky cylinder it may put the intake elbow out of alignment with that round hole in the top cover.

I was looking at an IPL and thought I saw a squaring plastic intake block for the 395, like on the 266's, but I may have been mistaken.
 

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Good info. Not that I run ported saws or anything, just good to learn from those that know more than I do.

For the air filter, I guess I was referring to how the intake elbow is incorporated into the top cover of the 2095. It is not open like on some Husky's. I have never had a 395 apart but I am guessing that the air filter area is similar to the 288. The top of the intake sits in a round opening on the 2094/5 and you would have to cut that out of the way for another air filter setup. If the carb/intake spacing is different for the Husky cylinder it may put the intake elbow out of alignment with that round hole in the top cover.

I was looking at an IPL and thought I saw a squaring plastic intake block for the 395, like on the 266's, but I may have been mistaken.

The plastic intake block is used on the 394, but the 395 has a rubber intake boot with a separate "clamping collar" and intake spacer, where the throttle cable hooks up to actuate the carb. So I think it would be fairly easy to transfer that stuff over to the 2094/95 chassis with minimal customization. The real question though, is would a guy even want to use the stock filter set-up, as the 395 HD set-up is far superior. But then you wouldn't be able to use the stock filter cover and that would be a drag.
 

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