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  1. new echo cs 621sx is coming launched on the echo world page should ne hear in new year new features and euro 5 emission engine same footprint as the 620 sx
  2. nothing a retune and a muffler mod can't sort out 360 a very good choice u will not be disappointed love echo im holding out for the new 70cc released next year i have recently purchased the 2511 and love it it will do most jobs i will purchase a 362 at a later date but i don't feel the need for it at the moment catch u soon at mawmac mate its mark
  3. echo product tester and reviewer hear not much difference to look at externally between the two but the new 362tes internally are different different head on the engine and engine cylinder coating is different for a longer lasting saw and different carb some other small changes as well
  4. markrufrider

    Echo 70cc+

    yep no auto tune for sure echo try to hold off auto tune for as long as possible and try and keep away from it if they can get it through emissions regulations
  5. markrufrider

    Echo 70cc+

    we should have it first half of next year iv been told my source is currently using it as we speak yes the cs 7310x it will be called it very powerful and a lot of torq from it can't wait to get my hands on one im holding of for it im looking for a 70cc saw and i was looking at the 572xp but i love my echo 620sx
  6. markrufrider

    Echo 70cc+

    i have some info from a valid source can't say any names and i no a lot about the new saw and its release date 6.7 kg 4.1 kw 70cc no auto carb magnesium pull start casing as well as chain casing and crank casing release is next year jan some time watch this space and it comes with a tsumuru bar
  7. hi i am after a water proof jacket one that is going to keep me from getting soaked to the skin i work in forestry and arborist so something that's going to be not to heavy and breathable any suggestions please feel free iv been looking at the stein and sip they seem to be not ridiculously expensive like the pfanner rain jacket
  8. markrufrider

    Echo 501sx

    THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    Only a few months old hardly used it as I need climbing equipment saw runs perfect and starts and runs on the button I have 2 bars 15 sugi pro light and a 18 bar that come with the saw I have new captive nuts to go on as I broke one of them great light pro saw Will post at buyer expense with tracked shipping will get a postal quote should be around £20 shipping any questions please ask

    £300.00

    ystrad meurig, Ceredigion - GB

  9. i have a 501sx with sugi pro light 15 and a 18inch original bar for sale if interested the saw done hardly any work its only few months old
  10. o ok when i looked at one i did think the casting looked thin im very interested in the 572 but stihl have just released this new ms400 looks a powerhouse
  11. yes i think you are right i stand corrected i just heard it was something on the clutch side going i hope the rectified the issue
  12. u got any pics of what you u got any pics of what u did to show so i got an idea im interested to do mine thanks
  13. u can't go wrong with either really there both very good saws personal preference but i did hear people saying that the clutch on the 572 wasn't great
  14. from the specs it looks a powerhouse and quite light at 5.8kg can't wait to see some video of it

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