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    Husqvarna 576 XP AutoTune Chainsaw

    Husqvarna declares that their 576 XP chainsaw is their most advanced chainsaw to date. Utilizing an all-new X-Torq 5.7 HP engine, the Husqvarna 576 XP AutoTune Chainsaw utilizes an onboard AutoTune sensor to monitor the engine 20 times per second constantly making adjustments to keep the engine operating at optimal conditions for maximum output.

    Less adjustment, more sawing. An easy-start feature, lower-emissions, and improved ergonomics (for awkward angles) are also part of the package.

    The Husqvarna 576 XP runs $910.

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    David Novak
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