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Are you using skip tooth chain?Stonebroke
One thing about the 880; it is a rough saw to run from the very high vibration levels. Running the 880 almost rattled my teeth fillings out. The 660 is a lot smoother. The 660 is 6 pounds lighter than an 880. 880 is also a bear to start; harder than a 660. Husky 395 was a lot easier to run as well. I would add a dual port muffler to your 660 and re-tune the carb to richen up the H jet. I added a DP muffler to my 066 and it made a huge difference. I ran my 066 with a 32 inch bar in Doug fir after the DP muffler mod. No problemo.QuoteThanks you the info, I think I will work on my 660, dual the muffler and retune, will see what that does.
Thanks you the info, I think I will work on my 660, dual the muffler and retune, will see what that does.
I have woods ported 066 and a stock and woods ported 084. Yes the stock MS660 is a down right dog. Like others said put a dual port muffler and adjust your carb first off (if you have a cage inside the back muffler cover open it up too, plus the original exhaust outlet). If that dont do it look for someone that knows how to do a proper woods port for you.I usually only break out the 084's for the big rip cutting or biggies. Bucking type cuts, work on that 660 to get it up to par.
What do you do with 700 cords of wood a year? Do you run a full time firewood buisiness?
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