73.5cm� heavy duty professional chain saw. Fitted standard with 20″ (50cm) guide bar^.
The ECHO CS-7310SX brings true power and maneuverability to the professional. The powerful 73.5cm� 2-stroke engine generates massive torque and provides exceptional cutting performance for heavy duty felling. Weighing just 6.8kg with ergonomic and robust construction it is ideal for the most challenging professional jobs. Magnesium plates mean the body is extremely tough and resilient.
Rugged, powerful and highly maneuverable.
The CS-7310SX has been designed from the ground up for professional forestry use. Each component and every feature has been specifically designed to create a tool you can depend on, day in, day out.
Centrifugal separation dust free system.
The newly developed G-force engine air pre-cleaner massively reduces the need for maintenance by keeping the internal components free from dust and debris.
Features for professionals.
Rotating plastic chain catcher.
Side access chain tensioner for easy chain adjustment.
Flip lever caps for easy refilling.
Drop prevention nuts as standard.
G-FORCE air cleaner system and large air filter.
Translucent fuel tank shows fuel level.
Features one of ECHO�s most powerful engines.
Designed to maximise efficiency and comfort.
Engineered to weigh less whilst retaining robust durability.
Engine displacement (cm�) 73.5
Output (kw) 4.1
Output (ps) 5.6
Dry Weight (kg) 6.7
Fuel tank capacity (l) 0.80
Chain Oil Tank Capacity (ml) 360
Fuel Consumption At Maximum Engine Power (L/h) 2.33
Ignition System CDI
Chain Brake Inertia
Chain Tensioner Side
Saw Chain Pitch (inch) 3/8
Guide Bar Gauge (inch) 0.058
Applicable Bar Length (cm/inch) 1 45, 50, 60, 70 / 18, 20, 24, 28
Sound pressure level (dB(A)) 106.9
Sound power level (dB(A)) 116.9
CO� (g/kW?h) 2 743
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.