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Replaced fuel line and filter. Starts and runs great.....until it hits some wood. Boggy.

Pulled the limiters(someone had been in there before me). The high speed jet was out 2 1/2 & the low was out 3 1/8.
When I got the saw it had a small split in the fuel line. Were they compensating?

What are the factory settings without the limiters in place?

TK, Spike......?
 

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Replaced fuel line and filter. Starts and runs great.....until it hits some wood. Boggy.

Pulled the limiters(someone had been in there before me). The high speed jet was out 2 1/2 & the low was out 3 1/8.
When I got the saw it had a small split in the fuel line. Were they compensating?

What are the factory settings without the limiters in place?

TK, Spike......?

My runner is L 2.5 H 2.76 Out. Going to look it up but there was a tech document on the WT942. They called a runabilty replacement or something similar. Looking for it now.

I wrote this on another forum... Recommended replacement for wt 942 due to "performance issues" is the wt1031. Direct bolt up. Saw will have erratic tune from cold to hot.
 
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Found it.

"To achieve better operating capability with different types of fuels, a new carburettor has been
introduced into production. The new name of the carburettor is Walbro WT-1031. This carburettor
replaces Walbro WT-942."

Introduced serial 2011 15107258
 

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Found it.

"To achieve better operating capability with different types of fuels, a new carburettor has been
introduced into production. The new name of the carburettor is Walbro WT-1031. This carburettor
replaces Walbro WT-942."

Introduced serial 2011 15107258


Thanks a bunch Mitch. I'll look into that carb.
It did have quite an erratic behavior. One cut was OK (not great....but ok) the next cut was....well....I'd be better off with a hacksaw. I wasnt cutting anything big either. Just a 7" maple that had fallen on the roof of my hunting camp. I'm runnin a 12" bar on it.
Take it outta the wood and it purred like a kitten.......they do have quite a bark for such a small saw.


Thanks again
 

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