Stihl MS400C-M Petrol Chainsaw
Offering high power performance with excellent power to weight ratio, the MS400C-M is the world's first chainsaw with a magnesium piston. With professionals in mind, this 66cc chainsaw provides more power, more torque with only a small weight increase compared to the MS362C-M. The new magnesium piston is 14% lighter than an aluminium piston, providing lighter weight and increase acceleration results.
Offering a high power output of 4kW with an increased displacement of 66.8cc, the 2-Mix engine on the MS400C-M gives more torque thanks to the 1 in 4 channel technology. The 2-Mix engine also provides better fuel consumption and reduces exhaust emissions compared to a standard 2 stroke engine.
The Stihl MS400C-M petrol chainsaw boasts a M-Tronice engine which manages the engine so it always performs to its optimum. The M-Tronic system takes into consideration the external conditions such as the fuel quality, temperature and altitude and electronically adjusts the carb settings to suit and provide consistent engine performance. Upon starting the chainsaw, the M-Tronic can recognise a cold or warm start so there is only one start position needed for the combi lever, the chainsaw does the thinking for you for easy starting every time.
Delivering optimum performance every time, the MS400C-M features an improved HD2 filter which is made from polyethylene material with very fine pores to trap even fine dust. The polyethylene material is water and oil repellent and easy to clean, providing a long life and can easily be removed without the need for tools with the quick release lock. Sharpening the chain on the MS 400C_M is so easy with the tensioning screw on the side of the chainsaw through the sprocket cover so there is no need for contact with the chain.
With easy starting every time, the MS400C-M features ElastoStart which reduces the shock upon pulling the recoil and also boasts a decompression valve, to reduce the compression pressure when starting, this reduced the effort needed to pull the start rope. The decompression valve is semi-automatic, it need to be manually pressed before starting but automatically closes once the saw is started.