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Big CC Chainsaws a thing of the past or will new models come out soon?

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I was wondering if big CC Chainsaws that are larger than  90cc (ie Stihl ms880) are thing of the past or will new models ever come out again soon?

I am sure that the manufactures are struggling with emissions and I wonder if the EU has killed of a much needed piece of equipment?

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1 minute ago, gobbypunk said:

Hi Steve shame its in a foreign language was the one matey saying its crap 

No idea. People always rubbish new stuff though. I'm sure it will be great

 

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I got "autotune" and "better than 50"? 

 

All the rest was double dutch :-)

 

His other vid says 881.....  
The 881 will not come out with an injection engine like the 550i. Also the carburator will not be chip operated, so manual tuning will still be possible.

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So glad I was lucky enough to get my 880 replaced with what was most likley one of the last 880,s dont use it much its not done 10 hrs work but no chance I will get rid until I am too old and knackerd to start it 

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12 minutes ago, gobbypunk said:

So glad I was lucky enough to get my 880 replaced with what was most likley one of the last 880,s dont use it much its not done 10 hrs work but no chance I will get rid until I am too old and knackerd to start it 

Are you using the new bandsaw mill much mark ?

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Can’t see what the fuss is about many large stihl saws can be bought from around the world ,try looking on stihl South African web site even got saws with no chain brakes,

indonesia and South America are the same. Few emails a card payment and the saw will be with you in less than a week (air mail) 

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