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I know this isn't much of a comparison, but interesting none the less. Here is two vids Stock 441 with no spark screen, and ported 372, both stock displacement.

both saws have same size bars, 441 has full chisel that is freshly sharpened, and 372 only has semi chisel that isn't freshly sharpened. Pay no attention to the last 2 or 3 cuts with the 372 I hit something and the chain went pretty dull.

[video=youtube;pdSeAnnIdQQ]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pdSeAnnIdQQ[/video]

[video=youtube;HfP8ArrHbc4]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HfP8ArrHbc4[/video]
 

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That's a regular 441, not the M-Tronic correct?

I've ran a few 441's now and power is definitely not an issue IMHO.:thumbsup:
 

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Not an M-tronic.

I was surprised actually the power it had stock. My 372 feels much better though.
 

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372 x-torq or regular?

Did the 441 pick up about the same amount of HP and torque when it went to strato as the 372 when it changed? Or is the 441 not a strato saw? Thought that's what the 1's were, stratos....
 

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372 x-torq or regular?

Did the 441 pick up about the same amount of HP and torque when it went to strato as the 372 when it changed? Or is the 441 not a strato saw? Thought that's what the 1's were, stratos....

Yes just a regular 372, yes the 441 is a strato.
 

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It's impressive. Definitely not as leanable as the 372 but impressive certainly with a sharp chain! Do you know the power difference between 440 and 441?
 

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It's impressive. Definitely not as leanable as the 372 but impressive certainly with a sharp chain! Do you know the power difference between 440 and 441?

No idea the power difference.
 

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The last 441 I did "I" though had as much if not more tourque that a ported 372

Ya? I've never run a ported 441, this is the first 441 I've ever ran. I already dislike them after working on this one.

The vids I've seen of ported 441's seem to respond well to porting.
 

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If I had made both chains the exact same, I think the margin would be allot more for the 372. Now port the 441 then I don't know.
 

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441 as a whole package falls WAAAAAAAAY short to other pro 70cc class saws.

power is one thing but the rest is not up to par.
 

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There is no comparison!! 441's fall way short on many levels! Mounts are weak, lack of power and weight are a few. The weight is close to 660's. That being said, I would rather pack a modded 660 than a modded 441!! A modded 440 will spank a 441, and the weigh alot less come quitting time!
 

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There is no comparison!! 441's fall way short on many levels! Mounts are weak, lack of power and weight are a few. The weight is close to 660's. That being said, I would rather pack a modded 660 than a modded 441!! A modded 440 will spank a 441, and the weigh alot less come quitting time!

I agree. Just after working on that one, I know from that, that I will never own one.
 

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