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Re: Break In and Synthetic oil
« on: March 17, 2013, 02:54:28 pm »

I know that you can ruin a saw/cylinder by running them too rich for too long, carbon build up on the cylinder, piston, and between the rings, do you guys see many saws/cylinders ruined this way?
And how would you know that a rich condition for too long is what caused a failure?
Iíve tore some saws down that had a lot of carbon build up with scored piston/cylinder and always assumed that they were run lean,  could they have scored the cylinder and piston because of carbon build up on the rings?

Just because you run a saw at 32:1 dont make it running rich.  If thats what you are trying to say.
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