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Re: Stihl saw carb

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12-16-2013 17:56:23

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Self adjusting carbs aren"t new at Stihl they have had carbs that adjusted for a dirty air cleaner for a long time on the upper end saws. I assume you mean the electronic version? Jury is still out as far as I am concerned, you read both good and bad about them. You can still buy a new saw without them. I have Husqvarna"s electronic version on a 550. Thought I liked it a lot until last time I used the saw and it took 15 minutes to get it started so the jury remains out there also.

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12-16-2013 20:45:13

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 Re: Stihl saw carb in reply to Butch(OH), 12-16-2013 17:56:23  
I just picked up a Stihl MS461 with a 28 inch bar with that Intelli Carb and has a large air cleaner. Needs to warm up a little to try it out. It is the easiest of all my Stihls to start and time will tell how good that system works. I couldn't pass this saw up I bought the saw on an auction sale for $410.00 with less than three hours on it ( gentleman had passed away and bought it new).

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12-16-2013 19:49:51

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 Re: Stihl saw carb in reply to Butch(OH), 12-16-2013 17:56:23  
So ..... you've had your 15 minute experience too, well .... that makes at least two of us.

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