Back in the fall, I bought a new 180 with the regular recoil starter, not the easy start. It's not meant to be on par with the bigger saws. I use either my ms290 or 029 Super for regular firewood chores. But for cutting smaller trees, limbs etc, I much prefer the 180. It's so light it doesn't wear you out. If you switch the stock .043 gauge bar to a .050 gauge it will cut so much better. The thinner stock bar gets pinched way too easy and can be frustrating. The wider one tends to chug on through. I also put the metal dogs on it - it already had places to screw them on.
I do have a meter. lol. just doing a price check.
SENSOR, OXYGEN (NGK)
Now this would be about $80. $ in Can. dollars, then shipping, taxes etc. I doubt that Honda makes their own sensors, but I could be wrong. When needing a relay for a Ski-doo a while ago, high price from Ski-doo, but ended up with the same relay from NAPA for a third of the price. Does this also apply to some Honda electronic parts? Not that I am cheap- just wait I am; following a great American philosopher "What you don't spend, you don't need to earn"
Snow again this morning.