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i should probably just get a 18" saw, and use one of those lightweight jap bars I guess
If your not set on Husqvarna
For economy and no computer the echo 590 will pull up to a 24" inch bar I had one for 7 years
No trouble at all
The 490 did best with a 18" I had one for 4 years
 

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i should probably just get a 18" saw, and use one of those lightweight jap bars I guess
There ya go ,👍 18” Tsumura LT bar some Stihl RS .325 PRO Chain , you won’t be disappointed, IMG_1400.jpeg
 

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how does the 550 XP Mark II achieve 4.0hp where the 545 Mark II only 3.6 hp, with both being 3.06 cubic inch?
The 545 @ 9900 rpm vs 550 @ 10200 rpm, which I don't consider a significant enough difference that would allow for 10% more hp.

If I get the 16" bar version, was there some ultra light fancy bar available? That would be better at 20" length as an aftermarket purchase rather than getting the saw with a 20" bar? that sugihara link at the top here, they worth it?
I love my 550xp! And check out the dyno videos the 550xp is actually underrated, it makes 4.75hp stock.. at the very top of the 50cc saw HP-TQ numbers.. get it ported and you're looking at 5.5-6hp. Also, I consider the best bar for that saw to be the Oregon Speedcut, because it's the lightest bar available and is only about $40.
 
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i should probably just get a 18" saw, and use one of those lightweight jap bars I guess
Cutting trees for firewood for your home heating? It kinda seems like you need a good one saw plan. A jack of all trades saw. You probably want to look at something in the 60cc class. Most in that size will run anything from a 16” bar on up to occasionally 24”. Don’t listen to @sawmikaze he’ll try and talk you into a 90cc plus size saw:roto2nuse:
 

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Cutting trees for firewood for your home heating? It kinda seems like you need a good one saw plan. A jack of all trades saw. You probably want to look at something in the 60cc class. Most in that size will run anything from a 16” bar on up to occasionally 24”. Don’t listen to @sawmikaze he’ll try and talk you into a 90cc plus size saw:roto2nuse:

You forgot the simington, Harold.

You can't cut wood without a square chisel chain.
 

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You forgot the simington, Harold.

You can't cut wood without a square chisel chain.
Oh yeah definitely have to have that too! Don’t forget the piped and ported 2120 running .404.

Seriously though guys have done a lot of work with a 460🤷🏼‍♂️
 

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I love my 550xp! And check out the dyno videos the 550xp is actually underrated, it makes 4.75hp stock.. at the very top of the 50cc saw HP-TQ numbers.. get it ported and you're looking at 5.5-6hp. Also, I consider the best bar for that saw to be the Oregon Speedcut, because it's the lightest bar available and is only about $40.
Is that a mark i or II?
 

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Echo would be the least expensive and least powerful. The 550 seems to be faster and have more torque to me than the 261 no matter what bar length. I would imagine different chains could show a different outcome though.
Saw a link where Home depot had a 4910 on sale for less than $300 on clearance making room for the 4920
 

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I have an 18" poulan p.o.s. currently, considering updating to a husqvarna saw.
for what I use the saw for, and however frequently or infrequently, I think I'd like to have one good reliable saw capable of a 16" bar and a 20" bar.
Is such a thing possible, if so which make/model ?
You mean a 16 foot or 20 foot boat?

Any Husky above 50cc should work to anchor either of those sizes.

Get a good used Stihl 036, spice it up a bit, use a good fuel mix and tune, and cut for another 10 years without any computer problems or issues.

Same physical size as a Stihl 261, maybe a bit narrower. Weighs 2-3 lbs more, but if the difference between 10 and 13 pounds is a big deal for you, maybe you shouldn’t be cutting wood. Modded, you can even toss a 25” bar on it when needed.
 

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I have an 18" poulan p.o.s. currently, considering updating to a husqvarna saw.
for what I use the saw for, and however frequently or infrequently, I think I'd like to have one good reliable saw capable of a 16" bar and a 20" bar.
Is such a thing possible, if so which make/model ?
what poulan ?
unless it is a older one mid 80s or before than all you have is a rebranded husky and still a pos
 
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