I am probably misinterpreting what you mean by "starts leaning out." Do you mean good or bad? Reaching peak performance or reaching a dangerous, over-lean situation?My 95cc gets about 4 or 5 passes I believe before she starts leaning out. That’s live wood 2” thick at about 7’ long and probably 14” wide. This includes idling time in between cuts and setting up of the jig for the next pass
Yeah that's a god tip.No it’s not dumb at all. I mean that I can hear and feel the Rpms increase. This always tells me that the fuel coming in has air bubbles and the tank is starting to run dry.
this is actually leaning out the engine regardless of your jetting. It will damage the engine under the right conditions if you keep going.
I don’t have a fuel gauge to tell me when I’m getting low so this is one way to tell. A better practice would be to find out how many passes you can make just before this happens, stop and fill the tank even though it’s not completely empty.
I run a little rich, so when the mixture starts to get lean in the cut, Rpms in this situation increase and you start to feel more power as well.
Good call, I mean really you can’t go wrong doing that.Yeah that's a god tip.
I fill the tank(s) after each pass regardless.
So far my runs are minimum 10'Lx20"W so... the tank is run down anyway.
I've heard that leaning sound once.... it's spooky.
Yeah I saw that device... someone posted a link in Chainsaw section.Good call, I mean really you can’t go wrong doing that.
a dirt bike company has made some prototype filling nozzles for stihl in which you can fill up without unscrewing a cap. Some type of quick connect system without a lock. It looked very impressive and stopped filling once it was full with some kind of valve.
only thing is that there is nothing for the oil... if you ran an aux Oiler and had the setting for the saw on low this little device could save a lot of time I suppose...
Anywho that turd wranglerstar did a video on it