This is what i did, i grew up with a saw in my hands, i never played by the rules. Like with a 044 Mag or 034 Super, first thing take the screen out of the muffler, then i leaned-em out on till they started to dump, then turned it back till she screamed. I ran 16" bar [22 is fine] with f-chisel chain, 3/8, 50 gauge, rakers 30 to 40 thou., 35 degree angle with a little pitch, using a 5/32 file. I always filed freehand, used this method about 8 yrs, couldn't find a another way to get my saw to cut faster.
When cutting big wood you don't stick your saw in wood and hold full throttle on till its cut off. I always worked the saw up over and back down working the throttle never holding full throttle any length of time.
I ran Stihl like this about 8 yrs, never scored a piston. When i was running Huskys i had to be care full, they scored easy, just my experience with them.
I'm not recommending anybody to set their carb like i did.