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Re: John Deere 66SV Echo 610 twin
« on: October 14, 2013, 07:38:00 pm »
Nice saw !!!

A 610 will be my next project, still in the box but disassembled.

Already available from $150 ? I think I should get a 2nd for parts then ;-)
Back in my days it was much more  ::)

Very complex saw though, like a kind of concept study. To me it looks like it could never be competitive in a professional context!
The matter is, that they had to double too much things. 2 pistons, two rods, two coils, this all ads up in weight.
And with just 2 x 30cc, they never get real credit for it.
The cooling concept is finally the total mess and will kill every twin that will be used on a regular basis!  :P

You are correct but Echo did a pretty good job with all these obstacles.
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