Echo Chainsaw

SKU: CS-501SX/45RV / 15459206_AAC Category: Brand:
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Industry leading, lightweight professional petrol chain saw, ideal for felling. Fitted standard with 18″ (45cm) guide bar^.

The lightest saw in its class, with enough power to breeze through any job. Part of the ECHO X Series meaning it has industry leading features and performance.

Professional engine

Featuring a powerful 50.2 cc profesional grade engine, giving exceptional power and performance.

Compact, ergonomic design

The lightest saw in its class, the CS-501SX has many features appreciated by professionals. These include a starter grip assist cap opener; dropout prevention nuts; a tool-less air filter cover allowing easy air filter access, even when wearing gloves; a side access chain tensioner enabling easy chain adjustment; an anti-icing system preventing the carburettor from freezing in colder months

Starter grip assist caps

Starter grip can be used to open the caps manually.

Best Features


Engineered to weigh less whilst retaining robust durability.

Power to weight ratio

Super light-weight design with exceptional power.


Designed to maximise efficiency and comfort.

Product Details.

Engine displacement (cm�) 50.2

Output (kw) 2.57

Output (ps) 3.50

Dry Weight (kg) 4.7

Fuel tank capacity (l) 0.50

Chain Oil Tank Capacity (ml) 280

Fuel Consumption At Maximum Engine Power (L/h) 1.54

Ignition System CDI

Start Assist System Decomp

Chain Brake Inertia

Choke w/ Automatic Fast Idle Release Yes

Chain Tensioner Side

Saw Chain Pitch (inch) 0.325

Guide Bar Gauge (inch) 0.58

Applicable Bar Length (cm/inch) 1 40, 45, 50 / 16, 18, 20

Sound pressure level (dB(A)) 103.6

Sound power level (dB(A)) 113.5

CO� (g/kW?h) 2 742

Vibration Front handle/Rear handle (m/s�) 5.2 / 5.4


Not all lengths available in every country. Available bar lengths may incur differing RRPs. Please check with your local dealer.


This CO� measurement results from testing a (parent) engine representative of the engine type (engine family) over a fixed test cycle under laboratory conditions and does not imply or express any guarantee of the performance of a particular engine.