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    1. BobL
      BobL
      I my sensor is jammed down between two fins just above the exhaust manifold. In that position the saws cooling fan still blows air past the sensor so it rarely goes above 200F. This is quite unrealistic as the inside of the engine near the exhaust port will go much higher that this. It's just a guide thing since safe temps depend on a whole bunch of stuff from actual air temp to hardness of the wood. If I see mine going over 180F I back off as I can feel the saw is stinking hot at that point.
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