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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I need a coil for a Sachs Dolmar
This is a an old saw. I suggest you try here:
ArboristSite.com Chainsaw thread
I did a search for "Sachs Dolmar Super 133" and got over 10 hits.
Please search the existing posts before asking your question, the answer may have been asked and answered. It is free to join if required. They are a collection of chainsaw enthusiasts and very helpful.
This guy is a Dolmar dealer and dealt with them for many years.
Scott has an operational radial dolmar... pretty cool. GL
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Posted on Sep 14, 2009
SOURCE: sachs dolmar over oiling chain
I am not familiar with your specific saw. That said on most saws, under the clutch cover, below the clutch is an adjustment for the oil pump.
This is a Husky:
http://weborder.husqvarna.com/order_static/doc/HOUS/HOUS2006/HOUS2006_1150183-95.pdf top right page 34 example,
On my Pioneer it is under a cap screw. HTH
You might also try here:
ArboristSite.com Chainsaw thread (free to join)
This is a collection of professionals, amateurs, mechanics, and whole bunch of nuts. At least member has a rotary engine Sachs Dolmar.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
2.6 ounces of oil per gallon of gas. Joe. here is a manual in case you don't have one. http://www.dolmarpowerproducts.com/downloads/373/DOLMAR_Catalog.pdf
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
Set both the high and low speed screws from lightly seated to 1 1/4 turns out. This will give you a rough setting that will allow the saw to start and idle. Set the idle screw to where the chain just stops moving at idle.
With the saw warmed up adjust the low speed screw out until the saw smokes a bit and acceleration is sluggish. Bring the screw in small steps until the hesitation is gone from the acceleration...you may need to adjust the idle again after this.
Now hold the throttle wide open and while it is wide open adjust the high speed screw in until the noise becomes smooth and the saw "sings". Do not leave it at this setting as it will burn down in short order. Once the saw is singing back the screw out until you can hear the saw's tone "roughen"....then back the screw out a tad more for good power / fuel under load.
That's it in a nutshell...here's a good link also...
Posted on Dec 08, 2010
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