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Well there hasn't been much talk about this saw so........I figured someone should finally port one:rolleyes:


Admittedly, I'm pretty busy with snow blowers so I didn't take a ton of pics. This will be my work saw along side the 7900 so it gets no pop up or fancy new fangled mods.

Here is the before. New chain...28" full .050

[video=youtube_share;QIL413Ln0Gs]http://youtu.be/QIL413Ln0Gs[/video]

I came up with a :29 :29 :30


Made a short vid of the saw tore down for anyone that hasn't seen under this @#$%S skirt yet:evilgrin:

[video=youtube_share;8gzuyjvSp1A]http://youtu.be/8gzuyjvSp1A[/video]
 

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Went conservative for the most part. Improved flow from carb to exhaust and set the squish at .019.

After vid.

[video=youtube_share;awH8Hylzg4c]http://youtu.be/awH8Hylzg4c[/video]

I came up with :24 :25 :27

Not sure I will even go back in. Pleased with the results so far and curious how it wakes up in the next ten tanks.
 

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Looks pretty good mitch. I'm sure it will wake up some more when broken in.
 

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Thanks guys, Not common to be happy after the first try lol. I have been thinking on this since the 555 though.

All in all, I think these mods could be done in under an hour. I wasted half a hour just figuring out how to reassemble the carb butterflies and linkage:wtf:
 

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Looks and sounds great
Did the carb compensate OK ?maintain the same no load RPM ?

It seems to. I made several more runs after this vid and killed it in the cut. Plug color looked rich yet to my eye. Can't tell on the no load as its limited. Somewhere around 13800 it become unreadable. Wish I had taken pics as a lot of material was removed from the carb venturi. Increased the over all width by 1.9mm. If ever a crap carb drops in, I will find out how far on e could go with it:D
 

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LOL let me know how many:smoking: Have you checked if the diagnostic tool is available in your region yet?
 

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April. Awesome huh?

Husqvarna's chicken before the egg BS as usual.

My bar is still on BO for the 562 LOL Had to take one off the shelf! Pallet of saws showed up Monday and non of them came with bars
 

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Hey Mitch. That saw looks familiar.

Nice work. :thumbsup:

Thanks, Randy They really make your wheels spin:thumbsup: Can't wait to see what you came up with.

Na wont hurt it at all if you sneak up on it ,just mix small % untill it says whoooo . with alky/gas mix it will just run out of power before it scores
"I" just think "I" would have to do some experimenting with the auto tune to see just how much it would compensate, so I would feel comfy about what I could and couldn't do inside that motor.

I hear ya. Have not played with alky and don't see doing so in the near future. Went pretty conservative with this one just in case I had to back track.

On the first run the saw settled in at 8500-9200 and the second found it in the 9300-10100 range. Of course that's all subjective to pressure and wood condition, trying to keep all things equal, I'm convinced the results are credible.
 
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Ya Jon....throw that Snelling 2156 in your cab and head south......the transformer is ready to throw down:D
 

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Husqvarna's chicken before the egg BS as usual.

My bar is still on BO for the 562 LOL Had to take one off the shelf! Pallet of saws showed up Monday and non of them came with bars

Same here lol, chains too. I popped a Tech-Lite on one machine and a standard on the other for comparison. The general consensus is the Tech-Lite makes quite a difference and they like it.
 

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Isn't it a little ridiculous?

Well. 019 is tight of squish on these saws lol


No damage but it could have been bad.
 

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What did you find for compression after doing the work?
 

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What did you find for compression after doing the work?

Didn't check it:eek: Picked up new o rings today for the gauge. Put five tanks through it today. It is a very impressive saw.
 
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