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Husqvarna Specs PDF sheet

Discussion in 'Chainsaw Stickies' started by mbrick, Jul 26, 2015.

  1. mbrick

    mbrick ArboristSite Operative

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    I decided to make a printable PDF list of the Husqvarna saw spec sheet, since I reference it so often.
    Some of the data is from Bill's, some from members here (thanks SawTroll, Derf, and others) and some I compiled.

    PDF attached. Let me know of any suggestions or mistakes, it is a work in progress.

    I plan on making one for Stihl as well, I'm just not as familiar with them (go Orange!) ;)

    The idea kind of started here while Bill's was down, and draft was worked on here.

    Changelog:
    Rev H: Removed incorrect max rpm on 234 and 238.
     

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  2. Agrarian

    Agrarian ArboristSite Guru

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    Thanks for adding the 238 and 234. I believe the Max RPM listed is incorrect since both are built on the 242 crankcase - more likely those numbers are the RPM at max torque in the cut.
     
  3. mbrick

    mbrick ArboristSite Operative

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    Ok, removed until we have confirmation in the numbers.
     
  4. Derf

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    Looks great!! Seriously huge effort and a great reference sheet. No need for posting a rev i yet, but when you do,
    1) the 74cc 372xp is referenced always as a 372xpw (a little confusing since ordering a current 372xpw XT only gets you a wrap handle and bigger dogs, not larger displacement.)
    2) I'd like to see the T540xp appear right above the 543, the 135 appear above the 136, and the 236 appear after the 235. Not sure why they are all at the bottom except the T throwing off the numbering and the other two have incomplete data.


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  5. Derf

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    Also, the 353 and 346 should have the same stroke (32.5mm). SawTroll mentioned that the 353 info was a misprint, and they have the same part number for the crank in the IPL.
     
  6. mbrick

    mbrick ArboristSite Operative

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    Ok, added to the working next Rev. 351 correct at 32mm stroke?
     
  7. Derf

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    I think that is correct.
     
  8. SawTroll

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    The 351 also have a 32.5 mm stroke, like the other models in that "family".
     
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    Thanks for the Information, I was actually working on building such a table, with the years that the models were manufactured too.

    Anyhow Thanks this saved me a lot of work.
     
  10. mbrick

    mbrick ArboristSite Operative

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    Thanks Karla. I wanted to add release years but could not find enough info. I could if you have the data.

    This bump reminded me to post another update. Attaching here -- not able to modify the first post any more.

    Rev. I:
    -435 specs corrected
    -order adjusted for a few saws to sort better numerically
    - 353 and 346 should have the same stroke (32.5mm). SawTroll mentioned that the 353 info was a misprint, and they have the same part number for the crank in the IPL.
     

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    Great chart!

    Here are some updates for the 5x series.

    According to the workshop manual, the 50/50special power heads weigh 5.2 kg/11.5 lbs, the 51/55 weigh 5.2kg/11.2lbs. The weight of the 50/50s with B/C of 13.7 is with the husky 15" b/c. The original sales brochure for the 50 special shows 5.3kg/11.6lbs. I rebuilt my 50 special and pressure washed it so the gas/oil tanks and exterior were spotless. before I put any fuel/oil into it I weighed it and got 11.6lbs.

    50 special power output: 2.2kw/3.0hp.

    50 special initial H/L is 1 for both according to the husky operator's manual and the workshop manual, walbro says 1 1/4 for both.
     
  12. mbrick

    mbrick ArboristSite Operative

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    Hi Radio,

    Ok, I updated the 50 and 50S with the indicated numbers.

    Rev J:
    Updated 50 and 50S weight to PHO, added hp, added jetting.
     

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    Nice reference, though it is only the more common models.
     
  14. mbrick

    mbrick ArboristSite Operative

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    Thanks. If you provide the relevant details I can add them.
     
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    Husky 35, 34cc, 36.5mm bore, 32.5mm stroke, 1.8hp @ 7800 RPM, 4.2kg with 12" bar and chain, same saw as a Frontier.

    L65, 48x36mm, 65cc, 3.8 hp, 8.2kg with bar and chain, 7000 RPM (in cut?)
    L77, 52x36mm, 77cc, , 7.2kg with bar and chain, 8000 RPM (in cut?) some of these specs seem backwards and wrong, I will try and check them against my own saws
    480, same engine specs as L77.. I got most of mine from Mike Acres site
     
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    What about Husqvarna 234 "max and idle rpm" ? Some one can help me with that?
    Thanks!
     
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    There’s a earlier huskys
    The 240s that’s a 40mm bore.
    The 240se/Sg 40mm bore
    The early 340se/Sg 40mm bore
    The 285cd
    The 180
    The 280
    The 380
    The 480cd
    The 2100cd and 2100xp
     
  18. Huskvarna hotellgäst

    Huskvarna hotellgäst ArboristSite Operative

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    PDF attached - changes in red.
    Added 154.
    Added or revised some 254XP and 257 details.
     

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    Awesome tips on building the 2100 husky.
     
  20. Derf

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    Someone needs to add the new 550xp mk2, and 572xp


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