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Re: 4ci mini gtg for comparisons
« Reply #10 on: May 05, 2012, 06:11:03 pm »
Kevin it must of been that 562 , cause the ones I have ran were very dam strong for a 59cc saw  and none of them were peaky , if anything maybe a touch rich but tons of torque

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Re: 4ci mini gtg for comparisons
« Reply #11 on: May 05, 2012, 10:33:35 pm »
Well guys this ended up wash imho. The wood was to inconsistent.  Started off  hard and knotty and would get smaller as cuts went and wood would get softer. Ran out of 1st log so started on 2nd log and it was rock hard with swirls in heart wood and got smaller and softer too.

Also the saw that impressed me the most except for it's weight was the like new Dolmar 6000i. 

I will post saws as ran in order and you will see what I mean.

362xp  9.78  11.18 - (knot) wood  size started 16" tall x 18" wide

365 SP 9.52  9.69

415   8.44   8.78  wood seemed softer and getting smaller

4000  9.90  10.09  wood seemed lot softer

6000i  8.47  7.53  wood was a lot softer and measured 15.5" tall x 16.5" wide wood seemed to have a punky outer ring

357 8.25 7.59  same as above

PP365  9.25  9.37  " " "

3500  9.25  9.28   " " "

Ran out of log went to 2nd log, This log was rock hard and swirled hear wood. Then fell off quick to very soft smaller wood

3750 15.94  18.09 - (knot city)  rock hard 16.25" tall x 17.5" wide

036  11.53  10.85  seemed super hard

6000  12.03   11.60

365 SP 9.68   8.50  noticed wood fell off big time super soft

357   8's 7's wood was ridiculously soft now and quit


To me the 415, 6000i, 365 SP  saws were the torque saws.

Was a little frustrating not being able to do a fair comparison with all saws in consistent wood.

Still had fun and talking chainsaws. Also learned about the Dolmar i series saws. Never knew they didnt have a choke type butterfly. Was neat to check all of that out.

Sorry guys I tried but the wood was just inconsistent to call a winner.





 



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Re: 4ci mini gtg for comparisons
« Reply #12 on: May 05, 2012, 11:57:09 pm »

No doubt the 415 is gonna come out on top, and the 6000i is gonna be right there too.
I sure hope we can repeat a version of this test on the 2nd!
I wish I could have been there with my 6400.

Have you ran my 120si?


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Re: 4ci mini gtg for comparisons
« Reply #13 on: May 06, 2012, 12:11:08 am »
I dont think I have ran your 120si?  68cc isnt it?
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Re: 4ci mini gtg for comparisons
« Reply #14 on: May 06, 2012, 12:15:02 am »
Mike,  Ohiogregg was talking about poulan 4200. What cc is that? 

I think I ran a 4200 and  5200 at the poulan gtg and was very impressed.
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Re: 4ci mini gtg for comparisons
« Reply #15 on: May 06, 2012, 07:10:12 am »
When I ran a 562 It didn't fell like a runner.  A watch could tell a differant tale though.  It could be because there so quiet and smooth that it didn't feel fast.  Absolutely no vibration at all, very smooth.

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Re: 4ci mini gtg for comparisons
« Reply #16 on: May 06, 2012, 11:51:30 am »

The 4200 is around 68/69cc.
They are a very impressive saw for their time.


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Re: 4ci mini gtg for comparisons
« Reply #17 on: May 06, 2012, 03:13:21 pm »
I had to grab some pics of the 6000i after putting it through it's cuts yesterday.





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Re: 4ci mini gtg for comparisons
« Reply #18 on: May 06, 2012, 08:09:50 pm »
ya a 6400 should do alright in this as well, I have also seen a huge differences in husky 365's , I have ran a couple now that were every bit as strong as most 372's and they were 365's , other 365's did not do much for me  :o
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