I got off work today and there was a package containing an ignition module from a fellow member on this site, thanks Dan! I installed that module ate supper and went out to the woods. I filled her up with some mixed gas and 4 pulls 2 with choke on and two without and vroom. It had hardly no power and died quickly. Now I head out to the stihl dealer and ask him what the biggest bar he has is and he says 18" I started to laugh. He said 2 days to get something bigger and I said I can't wait two days I got that big saw running. He said wow that one you had in here last week I said yup so I bought the 18"es bar and a loop of rsc chain and headed home. I got everything together and I have the wrong sprocket. I called him up and said do you have any sprockets? he said No but I can get one for you tomorrow oh well so I ordered one for tomorrow. Now I went outside to see why it is bogging out. I guess the chain brake is seized because when I ran it with the clutch cover off she pulled and pulled and pulled hard until ping ting ting What was that? I killed it. the oil cap was gone the muffler was spinning on the ground and there was a pile of screws in all directions from the muffler and the heat shield. The only screw I found was 25 feet away. I now know what real vibration is! this thing is a torquemonster. I have not done anything cosmetic yet so when I get everything looking good and the bar on it I will post some pics. I am going to loctite most of the small screws at work tomorrow I obviously have no choice in the matter. The metric bolts are going to be a pain to get but I will buy the right ones and get everything right and tight. I'm up to about 150 bucks and that is after I change the sprocket out so I think I did pretty good. I can't hardly wait until I get the bar on it and fix the chainbrake.