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Old 30-10-08   #1 (permalink)
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Chainsaw Max RPM

Does anyone have any links to where I find the no load max rpm settings for all stihls.

Tacho has arrived and I want a play but can't seem to find the specs anywhere.
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Heres a link that has a few 044 046 088

http://web.archive.org/web/200510182...om/sawtune.htm

020 14,000


I had a list somewhere but cant find it atm.
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Cheers for that, if you find your list let us know.

I've just clocked the 200t at 15,650.

Being able to get idle spot on will be nice, I've always gone by clutch chatter
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Dean, where did ya get it from and what was the damage?
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Being able to get idle spot on will be nice, I've always gone by clutch chatter
Too slow, too slow chattered the clutch in Deans shed.
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Dean, where did ya get it from and what was the damage?
Got it from Saw and Tool in Huddersfield a Stihl EDT7 which was 80.

Very accurate and stable, I've tried others which gave readings all over the place. This gives consistent readings
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thanks Dean, gonna get one me thinks, 80 quid seems a bit steep but then it's stihl so will be good.
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i have data sheets for stihl and husq though the husq one is slightly out of date if you need a copy let me know
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You can bring me one when you attend our "Tree Surgeons Xmas do" being arranged as we speak.

It's looking like an Italian meal then get drunk, you interested Bob?
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Dean,

Don't know if this helps, but from owners manuals..

MS260/026 7yrs old or so
Max rpm with bar/chain: 14,000;

020T 8-9 yrs old or so
Max rpm with bar and chain 14,000;

Idle speed for both 2,800 rpm
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