I was doing some thinking today. Is a chainsaw that 4 strokes out of the wood but clears up in the wood in perfect tune? I know some just shoot for a few hundred RPMs below max reccomended RPMs. But which is the right and wrong way. Then there are people that start rich and do timed cuts leaning the saw out till the times peak and start dropping. So is the best answer A. Four stroking out of the wood but clean out in the wood B. Set to a few hundred RPMs below max recomended RPM C. Do timed cuts till you have fastest time Sorry if this has already been answered but I feel there is a grey area when it comes to the right tune in the wood. Especially with all the muff mods and porting being talked about. Cause I feel that throws another variable in the mix.