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How's the new saw now you've had a few tanks through it bud?

 

All good. It's now my saw of choice more often than not. Really nice to use, unbelievably light. Can be slightly quirky on starting hot just once in a while, maybe I am just missing a trick. Haven't really noticed any increase in power now it's worn in a bit but it got plenty for its size anyway. I tweaked the idle speed but haven't had to adjust anything else. It tackled most of a monster poplar dismantle the other day with ease and have used it in much harder wood too. That's about all I can report. Overall I'm very happy with it so far.

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Nice one dude, it sounds like a great little saw! If you're near a 150 sometime could you take a pic of them side by side? I don't really need one because I have a 150, but doesn't get rid of the craving for one haha!

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