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60cc Awesomeness, who is king?

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by Overkill338, Oct 22, 2018.

  1. SAWMIKAZE

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    Stock..ya it's a tick faster.

    Ported..not in the real world, get them both run in good and there really isn't a difference other than preferance.

    I'll agree the 5 series Huskies handle very well...but that is a personal thing, to each there own.

    I have a standard carbed 362 that's ported that pulls a 28" bar with no trouble whatsoever, my ported m-tron model doesn't fear it either.

    "Better" is purely subjective.
     
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    Ding ding, Franko is trying to split the vote on the 562, we all know the 2260 is the same basic saw, so everyone vote the 562 and show Franko.
     
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    Yeppers ... we shall see very soon junior !
     
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    I never understood the cc classification voting. Doesn't make sense... Should be 12lb saw class which is what a 60cc saw should weigh to me. You have the dolkita and husky 365 in there that weigh the same as the 70cc class. Awesome cutting saws but just chubby to be included in a real 60cc shoot out.
     
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    I totally agree with those who choose the 70cc over 60cc current saws since i too have run 361 362 562 6420 365 630super etc etc and they all seem like 70cc weight to me, but of those i personally like the 365 special due to durability and ability to convert to low to 372xp, its a real nice saw, 20 years ago it was a refined saw and still doesnt seem outdated still to me.

    One saw i have that is a "true" 60cc and is probably lighter than all those listed is the Stihl 034 super, something like 4.6hp in sub 12 lbs, power to weight is amazing, it does seem outdated though. Not sure if it gained weight when it became the Stihl 036. I have never had a Husky 262xp, though i would expect it to be great, and it shares the same 48mm bore and 34 stroke as the 034s/036.
     
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    MS362 version 2, non m-tronic
     

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    Just when you think a post is dead...

    Echo cs620 with a 32"tsumura bar and JGX chain. Did another video with LGX, will be posting that too. Spoiler alert, It didn't care about that chain either.

     
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    064 with K/N filter and velocity stack 064 that’s 64cc right ?
     
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    You wish
     
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    I think he knows.
     
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    But does he know that this a thread about 60cc class saws???
     
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    I would say. .. Yes
     
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    There may have been a moment he did, but I'd take that bet.
     
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    Either way he's perplexed
     
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    But isn't that an MS241 in the video?

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    He is a specialist...
     
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    I'm just here to see if anyone has a video of a husky or stihl (60cc Franky boy) that can pull a 32" bar like that with just a muffler mod. I've seen 562xp fully ported do similar, but I wouldn't even try that bar on my example.
     
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    362c can PULL it no problem ... trouble is OILING it !
     

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