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Re: differences between 026 & 026 pro?
« Reply #20 on: October 03, 2012, 10:24:07 am »
Here is my Stihl 026 PRO. The picture is by cut4fun.

It carries a Stihl 16" bar and Stihl 3/8" X .050" RSC chain with a 7 pin rim.

It will really turn up the RPM. A very likable light weight compact limbing chainsaw.

It is wood's ported with a pop up piston supposedly by Dan Henry and a muffler mod. The carburetor is a twin needle Walbro WT-194 with a regular metering valve cover. The extra hole in the air filter is stuffed with a foam ear plug.

All the parts match the type 4 in the IPL except for the carburetor.

I was able to work on the cover a little with some fine sand paper and rubbing compound to remove some of the sun fade. 

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