STIHL Incorporated

TS 500i Cutquik

Featuring an electronically controlled fuel-injection system, Stihl’s TS 500i Cutquik increases power by 17% while only increasing weight by 6%, as compared to the Stihl TS 420.

The Stihl computer-mapped fuel-injection system continuously and precisely determines fuel mixture, injected quantity, injection and ignition timing. Benefits of this EFI system include:

  • Better power-to-weight ratio means you'll get more work done with less physical effort
  • Automatic adjustment to varying environmental conditions such as heat, cold and altitude means the unit will run its best in all conditions without any manual tuning
  • Easier starting procedure, just prime and pull — all of the normal starting functions such as choke are automatically executed by the electronic controller, reducing the risk of flooding
  • Combined with low-emission engine technology, the system enables the TS 500i to have 20% reduced fuel consumption when compared with traditional 2-stroke engines, according to Stihl

Stihl says this unique EFI engine isn’t the only thing that makes the TS 500i Cutquik a good choice for contractors. Other features of the unit include:

  • Designed for superior handling during the toughest jobs
  • 72.2cc, low-emission engine designed to provide optimal torque throughout the RPM range
  • X2 air filtration system is virtually maintenance-free and maintains a 99.96% cleaning efficiency
  • Standard electronic water control feature allows for easy and efficient water flow adjustment while cutting; remembers the last setting that was used, and water flow automatically stops at idle speed and starts again when the throttle is engaged
  • Diagnostic application is available to help servicing dealers troubleshoot issues and streamline service
  • Weighs 22.5 pounds with water attachment and guard
  • 24.5-ounce fuel tank
  • 14-inch maximum wheel size
  • 4.9-inch maximum cutting depth

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