I looked after I asked about the grommet. I don't think a grommet would work real good because of the way the case is snapped.I am not sure, but if there is a grommet on other saws then one can probably be found off an old saw or maybe ordered new and installed.
I would lighten up to 40: 1 or 45:1 using synthetic Factory recommendation is 50:1Gday Gents
Greeat threws thanks for posting it
Ive a 180 I have been running on 25 to 1 and this seems to be a tad oily , looking at the exhaust looks pto be fairly dirty but not horrible by any means, I wondered Bred and other just what mixter you fellers use and what preferences as to brand of oil and fuel octane, I uceing Castrol two stroke oil and 200 mills to 4 ltres of 98 octane fuel what do you think of this , no smoke to speak of saws run nice but the 180 although quite new with about 2 dozen tanks of fuel through it seems a lil dirty around the exhaust
thank you yeah
Anyway I got it sorted and have now sold it off for a small profit. I didn't use the intellitop on my Chinese carb and I didn't plug the hole in the airbox as it appears all ait still goes through the filter. Chinese carb worked very well nicely made and for $10.00 can't be beat.Yupp!
Well not so fast. I put my Hutzl carb on an 017 and it seemed fine in the shop but bogs in wood at full throttle. Does that mean I'm too rich or too lean?
Also I can't seem to get the the idle adj screw through the hole that I made.
Thanks for feed back
Angelo checkout the carb section at definative daves.i bought one of the farmer tec carbs to try out and it works great.Bumping...
My MS 250's do t have adjustable carbs...so I first need WT 215s for the 250s then the 180s...
So do I just buy stock in Hutzl or ....
website marked...I never knew where his site was...hope this post stays for a while and he gets the LOVE !!!Angelo checkout the carb section at definative daves.i bought one of the farmer tec carbs to try out and it works great.