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Offline jacob j.

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Re: Ignition Stihl 064
« Reply #20 on: January 01, 2014, 12:12:30 pm »
Hopefully this works out for you......

You will also need to have the later type crankcase, with the correct mounting holes for the 0000 400 1300 ignition. You can use either the 1201 or 1203 flywheels.

If he has the saw with the 1303 (CDIC) coil then the 0000 400 1300 ignition will fit fine. Either the 400 1201 or 1203 flywheel will work with the 400 1300 universal module.

The 1122 400 1204 flywheel only works with the 1303 CDIC rev-limited module, but the crazy thing is, there was a small run of 1204 flywheels that had the dual keyways,
but they weren't marked as such.

The 1122 400 1311 module was a replacement for the failure-prone 1303 CDIC module, and works with most flywheels. However, the 1311 coil was also unreliable.

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Re: Ignition Stihl 064
« Reply #21 on: January 01, 2014, 12:40:55 pm »
Interesting information  :)

Still waiting for flywheel 1201 coming from USA. I will write how it work whwn mounted. In the meen time I ordered a adepter from Logosol here in Sweden for cutting logs. Anoyone with experience with that?

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Re: Ignition Stihl 064
« Reply #22 on: January 01, 2014, 01:18:34 pm »
+1 for Jacob j good info
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Re: Ignition Stihl 064
« Reply #23 on: January 15, 2014, 05:42:24 am »
 ;D Yes now my Stihl works!!
Got flywheel and mounted it, 1122 400 1201, and it worked perfect with universal ignition coil. Thank you friends for helping me with right item.
Now I will test the saw with Logosol small sawmill called Big Mill, Does anyone have experience with small sawmills? Alaskan type or Logosol, and has Stihl 064 enough power for it?

Regards from snowy Sweden!

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Re: Ignition Stihl 064
« Reply #24 on: January 15, 2014, 08:38:07 pm »
Glad to here you got it going.
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Re: Ignition Stihl 064
« Reply #25 on: January 19, 2014, 07:50:21 pm »
Had the same problem finding the correct coil to match my flywheel. Bought NOS from an od saw shop for a ridiculous price and even then it would yank rope from your hands. Had a really skilled saw mechanic degree my flywheel at I believe 21"BTDC and now it runs like it should. That whole coil / flywheel matching fiasco was a huge pain. Called no fewer than 30 shops al over the nation and still had to to modify to make it work. Probably best to buy a used matched set. Hope you get your whipped into shape with that new flywheel.
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