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Offline Jaymo

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Echo big bore kits or bigger slugs/jugs from other Echo models?
« on: October 31, 2017, 07:15:20 pm »
Are there any such animals?
I'm wondering if there are slugs and jugs that would fit CS440, CS346, and CS306T.
All are from 2005-2007.
I'd love to increase the CCs of any or all of these saws.

So, does anyone offer a big bore kit for any of these, OR do any slugs and jugs from any bigger Echo engines fit any of these?

One area where I'm envious of Stihl and Husky owners is the aftermarket support.

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None I know of  for echo.  I wouldnt want to put a aftermarket big bore on my dolmar stihl husky. 
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I would just buy more cc's to meet my needs were it me.

:D       Al
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I would just buy more cc's to meet my needs were it me.

:D       Al

Now, where's the fun in that?

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Fun in that is getting the job done quick time and chips had flown.

590 timber wolf does make the chips fly too.


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Yep look into 590 bang for the buck. Then 600 optioned out 590,  Then 620 with same cc but different cylinder.
Then family tree 6700 670 680.  Then 8000 800 800P
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 Get yourself a CS520 or Cs530, they really rip with just a muff modd.  Steve
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You guys just love to spend my money, don'tcha? ;D

Turns out, I was wrong about my top handle.
It's a CS-330T NOT a CS-360T.  ::)
Just did the muffler mod.
Trying to figure out which limiter tab is for limiting and which is for keeping the limiter from falling out.
Little aluminum plate came out with the limiter caps.
It presses in to a recess in the side of the carb.
Trying to figure out how it all goes in.

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You want to nickle and dime a tiny saw to do what the big boys do out of the box.

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Yes. Yes, I do. ;D
I want to hot rod saws that have been paid for, for over a decade.

If I could afford it, I'd get a 620.
But, that costs a chunk of money.

So, can a CS-360T short block be installed in a CS-330T?
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