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Re: Chainsaw - husky autotune.

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(post corrected to 550, sorry for any confusion)I have owned a 550 for about three months now and like it a lot. Mine is wearing a 16" 325 pitch bar and it runs it with authority. It will run along side of the son's muffler modded 346. The only sign of it being anything different in use is it starts easier and runs the same RPM and power at all times. Always comes back to a nice idle too. Ergonomics are very well done. That being said I do worry about the 'lectrics down the road. I have nothing bad to say about my 550 but I put it down when the wood gets over 12-14" and pick up a bigger saw. I dont consider it or any 50cc saw to be the best one for a one saw fits all program but near perfect small saw in a two saw set up with a 70 CC saw for big work. For one saw does all my preference would be 60CC range. Depends on how much big wood, how much hard wood, operator preferences etc. Although not a bad saw your old 460 is not in the same league as the 550 or any XP saw,,,,, in my opinion, Family sedan vs 2 door sport coupe with handling package. :?
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