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Offline David Young

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Re: West Coast Jonsered 2077
« Reply #10 on: April 03, 2015, 02:20:36 pm »
the best part of the saw was the Turbo filtration.

In all honesty I think that filter is just plain stupid. 

Why would you do that?

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Re: West Coast Jonsered 2077
« Reply #11 on: April 03, 2015, 04:21:19 pm »
the best part of the saw was the Turbo filtration.

In all honesty I think that filter is just plain stupid. 

Why would you do that?

Well to each their own.   What might seem stupid to some is down right cool to others.   
Do you happen to own a 2077 by any chance?
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Re: West Coast Jonsered 2077
« Reply #12 on: April 03, 2015, 05:01:28 pm »
Dave lot of the west coast edition saws are like that from all brands.  Just something they did out that way.
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Re: West Coast Jonsered 2077
« Reply #13 on: April 04, 2015, 10:06:16 am »
   There's a few saw maggots (flippers, ebay sellers) in the area that have pretty much picked the place dry.  About a six hour drive for me (one way).

I love that "saw maggots" term. Accurate too. Many of them seriously misrepresent the saws.
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Re: West Coast Jonsered 2077
« Reply #14 on: April 04, 2015, 06:27:15 pm »
   There's a few saw maggots (flippers, ebay sellers) in the area that have pretty much picked the place dry.  About a six hour drive for me (one way).

I love that "saw maggots" term. Accurate too. Many of them seriously misrepresent the saws.

I agree Bob.  It is a very fitting term.  From what I've seen, they often live on a check (or checks) from the government (paid for by our tax dollars), and supplement their income with saw/equipment flipping.   They have more free time to search for saws and other equipment because they don't have a regular job...

I first heard/read it in a post by Jacob J years ago.  His area (southern Oregon) is thick with them....
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Re: West Coast Jonsered 2077
« Reply #15 on: April 06, 2015, 12:34:51 pm »
the best part of the saw was the Turbo filtration.

In all honesty I think that filter is just plain stupid. 

Why would you do that?
That being said, the fully developed "air injection" wasn't adopted on those saws before in 1992. The early 7700 and 2077, the 445, 415 and early 660 didn't have it - but had a "prefilter" instead.
Air injection was first used on the 2051 in 1987, and then on the 262xp in 1989.

All had "induction trough the fan" though - but that was a much older invention, at least dating back to the 1960s on chainsaws (Pioneer).

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Re: West Coast Jonsered 2077
« Reply #16 on: April 06, 2015, 12:51:39 pm »
the best part of the saw was the Turbo filtration.

In all honesty I think that filter is just plain stupid. 

Why would you do that?
That being said, the fully developed "air injection" wasn't adopted on those saws before in 1992. The early 7700 and 2077, the 445, 415 and early 660 didn't have it - but had a "prefilter" instead.
Air injection was first used on the 2051 in 1987, and then on the 262xp in 1989.

All had "induction trough the fan" though - but that was a much older invention, at least dating back to the 1960s on chainsaws (Pioneer).

Niko pretty sure you mean 475 and not 445.  The 445 had air injection.

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Re: West Coast Jonsered 2077
« Reply #17 on: April 06, 2015, 12:56:43 pm »
Over in the thread called 445 there is a picture of the flywheel side.
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Re: West Coast Jonsered 2077
« Reply #18 on: April 10, 2015, 08:19:39 am »
the best part of the saw was the Turbo filtration.

In all honesty I think that filter is just plain stupid. 

Why would you do that?

Well to each their own.   What might seem stupid to some is down right cool to others.   
Do you happen to own a 2077 by any chance?

it started as a 2077 but now it has a bigger heart ;)

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Re: West Coast Jonsered 2077
« Reply #19 on: April 10, 2015, 08:21:01 am »
the best part of the saw was the Turbo filtration.

In all honesty I think that filter is just plain stupid. 

Why would you do that?
That being said, the fully developed "air injection" wasn't adopted on those saws before in 1992. The early 7700 and 2077, the 445, 415 and early 660 didn't have it - but had a "prefilter" instead.
Air injection was first used on the 2051 in 1987, and then on the 262xp in 1989.

All had "induction trough the fan" though - but that was a much older invention, at least dating back to the 1960s on chainsaws (Pioneer).

good point I had forgot about niko

 

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