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There are stories about that the MS200T wont run on Aspen.

 

I dont believe it, I think its just that the MS200 carb is a fickle thing and plays up whatever fuel is used.

 

I am keen to hear from those of you who do use Aspen in the MS200, as I want to put this myth to bed if possible.

 

HI MATE do you have to re tune saw for ASPEN thanks all jon :thumbup:

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Nice try Dan, now if you were in East Devon.........

 

Seriously though, logically Aspen cant hurt anything and certainly wont kill a saw. Carburation may however be a little different, and Aspen may show up existing problems caused by petrol.

I do want to put this to bed as a myth though, so still want to hear from other users.

 

I understand that mate, but as you saw in my thread, brand new 576XP AT, drained 2 stroke, filled with aspen, no life in it. Back to dealer, carb cleaned, filled with 2 stroke, back up running. Makes no sense to me. But luckily, got a different 576 that does run on aspen so I'm happy:)

 

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Strange yes, because huskies are made to run on Aspen and Huskie recomend the use of Aspen before petrol ( its in the manual)

 

Aspen is pure an clean, so the carb would not have needed cleaning unless it was dirty before the Aspen was added.

 

I wish I could have got my hands on that saw, I would have made it run on Aspen.

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HI MATE do you have to re tune saw for ASPEN thanks all jon :thumbup:

Not usually John, especially rom new.

 

Even different brands and mixes of petrol can require retuning.

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Not usually John, especially rom new.

 

Even different brands and mixes of petrol can require retuning.

 

HI GARDEN/GREG THANKS for that what the cost of 5lt thanks jon :thumbup:

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Run all my saws and combi engines, including 200t on Aspen without any problem.

 

Was it run from new on aspen or was a change made during its service life?

 

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Run all my saws and combi engines, including 200t on Aspen without any problem.

 

Me too:)

 

 

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HI GARDEN/GREG THANKS for that what the cost of 5lt thanks jon :thumbup:

 

I buy it direct from aspen, I get 30 litre and it costs £220.12 delivered.

 

 

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I buy it direct from aspen, I get 30 litre and it costs £220.12 delivered.

 

 

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Jesus thats £30 a gallon- Hodge you sly fox- you're minted:001_smile:

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