Built in the USA
A majority of STIHL gasoline-powered units sold in the United States are built in the United States from domestic and foreign parts and components.
STIHL Easy2Start™ (E)
The STIHL Easy2Start system makes starting STIHL outdoor power tools almost effortless, eliminating the need for a strong pull of the starting cord. This advanced starting system is designed to make starting STIHL products easier. The specific system may vary by model, but in each case, a quick pull overcomes the engine s compression to minimize the strength and effort required to start. Available on selected products.
IntelliCarb™ Compensating Carburetor
The IntelliCarb Compensating Carburetor is designed to automatically adjust the air/fuel ratio when the air filter becomes restricted or partially clogged and maintains the engine s correct RPM. IntelliCarb uses air from the clean side of the air filter to control the diaphragm and flow of fuel. As the air filter becomes dirty and less air is available for the carburetor, the IntelliCarb system adjusts the fuel flow to compensate for the decrease in air flow. This is in contrast to typical carburetors that utilize this air from the dirty side of the air box.
Quick Chain Adjuster (QCA) (B)
The Quick Chain Adjuster (QCA) (B) allows the user to adjust the tension of the chain without the use of tools. This allows for easy chain adjustment.
See it in action!
- Built in the USA
- STIHL Easy2Start™ (E)
- IntelliCarb™ Compensating Carburetor
- Quick Chain Adjuster (QCA) (B)
|GUIDE BAR LENGTH (Recommended)
|CHAIN OIL CAPACITY
||1.9 cu. in.
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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