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What were the production years for such and such Stihl chainsaw…?

Whether for interest’s sake or something more technical, the years made for Stihl chainsaw models is a very common question.

Just this week I’ve seen people ask:

  • What are the Stihl years made?
  • Does anyone know the Stihl AV Super years made?
  • What were the Stihl AVT production years?

So we decided to put together the definitive list of Stihl Chainsaws years made from to the present day.

Stihl Gas Chainsaws Years Made

Here is the series, model, and years made of all the Stihl gas chainsaws from to today.

They were originally made in Germany, but Stihl chainsaws are now manufactured around the world.

  • Series
  • Series
  • Series
    • Stihl Contra 06 |  –
    • Stihl Contra S 06 |  –
    • Stihl Contra |  –
    • Stihl | –
    • Stihl | –
  • Series
    • Stihl 07 | –
    • Stihl 07S | –
  • Series
    • Stihl 08 | –
    • Stihl 08S | –
    • Stihl S10 | –
  • Series
  • Series
    • Stihl | –
    • Stihl | –
    • Stihl FB | –
    • Stihl AV | –
    • Stihl AVE | –
    • Stihl AVS | –
    • Stihl AVQ | –
  • Series
    • Stihl | –
    • Stihl | –
    • Stihl | –
    • Stihl | –
  • Series
  • Series
    • Stihl | –
    • Stihl | –
    • Stihl E | –
    • Stihl Q | –
    • Stihl | –
  • Series
    • Stihl | –
    • Stihl AVP | –
    • Stihl Super | –
  • Series
    • Stihl | –
    • Stihl Super | –
    • Stihl AV | –
    • Stihl AVSE | –
  • Series
    • Stihl | –
    • Stihl L | –
    • Stihl AV | –
    • Stihl AVE | –
    • Stihl AVEQ | –
    • Stihl AV | –
    • Stihl | –
  • Series
    • Stihl AV, WB | –
    • Stihl AVEQ | –
    • Stihl AVS | –
  • Series
    • Stihl AVE | –
    • Stihl AVEFB | –
    • Stihl AVS | –
    • Stihl AVSFB | –
    • Stihl AVM | –
    • Stihl MAGNUM | –
  • Series
    • Stihl 09 Mini Boss | –
    • Stihl | –
    • Stihl LE | –
    • Stihl AV | –
    • Stihl AVE | –
    • Stihl AVEQ | –
    • Stihl AVT | –
    • Stihl AVET | –
    • Stihl AVE | –
    • Stihl AVET | –
    • Stihl AVEQ | –
  • Series
    • Stihl AVEQWB | –
    • Stihl AVES | –
    • Stihl | – – read Stihl review here
    • Stihl Pro | –
    • Stihl MS , P | –
  • Series
    • Stihl AV | –
    • Stihl | –
    • Stihl MS | –
    • Stihl MS | –

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  • Series
    • Stihl | –
    • Stihl | –
    • Stihl MS | – Current
  • Series
    • Stihl AV | –
    • Stihl | –
    • Stihl Pro | –
    • Stihl QS | –
    • Stihl MS , P, QS | –
  • Series
    • Stihl , | –
    • Stihl MS | –
    • Stihl MS , | –
  • Series
    • Stihl | –
    • Stihl | –
    • Stihl MS | –
    • Stihl MS | –
    • Stihl MS | – Current
  • Series
    • Stihl T | –
    • Stihl MS , T | –
  • Series
    • Stihl | –
    • Stihl | –
    • Stihl MS , | – Current – read Stihl review here
    • Stihl MS C-B | –
  • Series
    • Stihl T | –
    • Stihl MS T | –
  • Series
    • Stihl MS , | –
  • Series
    • Stihl MS | –
  • Series
    • Stihl MS , T | –
    • Stihl MS , T | – Current
  • Series
    • Stihl MS | –
    • Stihl MS C-M | –
  • Series
    • Stihl MS , , | – Current
  • Series
    • Stihl MS , | – Current
    • Stihl MS , C-Q | – Current
    • Stihl MS C-M | – Current
  • Series
    • Stihl MS , | – Current
    • Stihl MS | – Current – read Stihl review here
    • Stihl MS C-MQ | –
    • Stihl MS C-M | – Current
  • Series
    • Stihl MS C-M | – Current
  • Series
    • Stihl MS C-M | – Current
  • Series
    • Stihl MS T C, C | –
    • Stihl MS T C-M, C-EM | – Current
  • Series
    • Stihl MS C-E, MS T C-E | – Current

Stihl Electric Chainsaws Years Made

This includes the early corded electric and more modern battery Stihl chainsaws.

  • Series
  • Series
  • Series
  • Series
  • Series
    • Stihl E20 | –
    • Stihl EQ | –
    • Stihl MSE | –
  • Series
    • Stihl E, E | –
    • Stihl MSE , , | –
    • Stihl MSE C-Q | – Current
  • Series
    • Stihl MSE C-BQ, C-BQ | – Current
  • Series
    • Stihl MSE C-Q | – Current
  • Series
    • Stihl MSA | – Current
    • Stihl MSA T |  – Current
    • Stihl MSA | – Current
    • Stihl MSA | – Current

Stihl Production Years Made

Stihl Chainsaw’s history is really fascinating, and it’s fun to check out the look of all the old Stihl chainsaws.

Even better is when you get the opportunity to see and feel one in real life, and even get the chance to start one up.

Whether you were looking for the production years made for antique Stihl chainsaws or one of the more modern models, we hope you found the answer here.

We know you’ll also enjoy this post on what the C on Stihl chainsaws means!

Drop us a note down in the comment section if you have any further questions or comments. We’d love to hear from you.

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Thread: How good is the Stihl Really?

Hi all,

The 's origins date back to Andreas Stihl then designed and built the first one-man lightweight direct drive petrol saw. Practical statistics in all kinds of wood had already pointed out that you need at least 1 hp for every 10 cms of bar length (still a rule of thumb today). Decent felling saws had bars of 50 to 60 cms length, so 6 hp was required. Around that time, German industry had gained much experience with one cylinder petrol engines (eg. Fichtel & Sachs, ILO) and 6 hp could be squeezed out of cc displacement in an efficient engine design. So the Stihl Contra from had cc displacement and 6 hp, packed in a total weight of 12 kilograms. For export countries the type name "Lightning" was used. The design was spot-on, more than , machines were sold in the first two years after introduction. The Contra had its best torque/rpm ratio between 4, and 5, rpm and a max. rpm around 6, At that speed with a standard 7-teeth sprocket and pitch chain, the chain speed is around meters per minute. With a 58 mm bore and 40 mm stroke, the engine design is on the "wrong side of square" to be a really torquey engine that can stand severe rpm drop and still maintain pulling power. It's more like a racing car engine that has better efficiency at its upper rpm region. Trial bikes and ship's diesels have long strokes, Ferrari V12's have very short strokes and ice hockey puck shaped pistons to reduce friction and minimise mass inertia, needed for quick response and high rpm. A short stroke gives a squat cylinder shape already , but to keep the Contra's overall engine shape yet more compact, the cylinder head was relatively flat and had to be made out of a zinc alloy to provide sufficient cooling. The full length spark plug was screwed-in sideways flat on the left side and there was no decompression valve yet.

Requests for more power to drive longer bars resulted in the Contra Super in (abbreviated to Contra S or Lightning S). was also the year when Stihl developed the anti-vibration suspension, after health complaints of many users (wrist and hand joint injuries, numbness and "white fingers"). By enlarging the displacement to cc, 8 hp could be drawn from the same engine design. This was done by enlarging the bore from 58 to 66 mm; crankcase, crank and stroke remained unchanged. To fit the enlarged cylinder, the crankcase collar opening was enlarged from 64 to 74 mm diameter. The more powerful piston knocks on the unchanged crank bearing array and the generation of more heat made the S-type prone to quicker wear and tear. Despite the powerboost to 8 hp, the bore/stroke-ratio became even worse, leading to an increase of breakdowns during heavy duty hardwood harvesting. As a result the G-models were introduced. These had an additional gearbox with ratio, reducing chain speed by half and doubling torque, for better felling and logging results in very large hardwood trunks with very long bars (up to cm!). The cc geared version was called Contra G, the cc geared version Contra SG. These were very heavy machines to drag around all day.

The Contra range was made up to and then changed into the and Anti-vibration versions were called AV and AV. Power outputs were improved somewhat to and hp, due to a better piston and air filter design. The cylinder heads were also redesigned, the spark plug was now short threaded and vertically mounted on top and there was a decompression valve in the left hand corner (as seen from the operator's view). The less severely stressed cc engine in combination with the gear drive fared best in continuous heavy duty, so the cc G-version was abandoned. The remaining cc gear model was called G instead of G to better express its far more torquey behaviour than that of the standard For chain saw sports events, a very limited amount of gearless 's has been souped up to cc displacement. This is the one and only 12 hp version. Stihl is vague about its involvement and shows no official records nor an official type name. The cc model is a very rare and sought-after collector's item. The only way to visually distinguish a cc from a cc one is the location of the deco-valve; it is left next to the spark plug instead of in the left forward corner . Apart from the type plate lettering, there is little optical difference between the and anyway. The best giveaway is the starter cord section. The has a larger cord pulley diameter, so the array of air inlet louvre slits around the pulley shows a bulbous positive curved shape. The slit array around the 's smaller pulley is sleeker and shows a negative curve.

I was allowed to saw with a a few years ago and it left me in awe. This machine advertises its power and sensation of inherent danger like few modern chain saws can. The ignition cut-out switch is one of the rare safety measures present on this thing. When it kicks back, you fling along with it. Just thinking about the havoc this thing can cause, sends a tingling to the hairs in your neck. The vibration and noise make you realise that this is still technology. It is the original Landrover or Jeep compared to Freelanders and Cherokees. Little creature comfort and technically superseded in many ways, but basically sound, rough and dependable. It was fun for 15 minutes or so, after that i pitied the guys who have to wield this thing for daily bread for decades until their joints give out. I've heard a few professionals prefer the over the The torque seems roughly compatible, partly maybe because the has a 43 mm stroke instead of

But the is awesome to look at. No part on it needs to be ashamed for looking the way it does. The oil and fuel tank are real tanks with decent filler caps. The engine still looks the part. The oldfashioned centifugal fan housing and starter cord array hint to a sturdy old skool petrol engine. The overall design of an is like an old Norton or BSA or Harley bike, whereas modern Stihl's have the same tidy boring look as BMW bikes have. You can picture those tidy German engineers wearing white laboratory coats and Rodenstock design glasses, looking for sleek integral shapes. You could even picture the users being office people with their neckties still on while at it in the garden. I can even imagine that Stihl could make a merchandise safety design trinket in housestyle orange to fold and hold the necktie out of harm's way.

Last summer i saw an AV in auction on Ebay Germany. Brand new and imported from Brazil. The and have failed most standing emission rules in the world and the trading of new machines is forbidden in many countries, like the US and Europe. I couldn't resist and bought it for my collection, for Euros, which isn't bad at all. Not only a beautiful machine to save and look at, but also one of the choice rainforest killers kept away from endangered wild teakwood. The seller knew a lot about Stihl. Apart from Waiblingen Germany, Stihl also has works in Brazil and China. Like with the VW beetle and its outdated technology, the production of the and was moved to regions where demand was highest and where emission rules were more relaxed. Although many parts in this new AV were marked "Made in Germany", they may have been made in Brazil and stamped otherwise to boost buyer's confidence. On the other hand, visitors to the Waiblingen Factory as recenlty as and , claim to have seen and parts, to be boxed for shipping and assembly abroad; even complete machines. I was pleased to see familiar parts inside like the original Tillotson carburettor and AET ignition components from Slovenia. The seller thought the crank castings to be Italian. There may have been Chinese parts involved, but i couldn't recognise those. Original Stihl parts carry a mark containing a square shaped S with a square outline running around it. Parts without it may be suspect, but i've seen factory new untinkered machines containing parts not carrying such mark. One thing is certain: the Chinese have seized the opportunity to cater for the demand for replacement parts for the Contra's/Lightnings and 's/'s. Most spare parts on the internet are of such counterfit Chinese origin and not even from Stihl's Chinese works. The most dependable telltale sign of a real Germany made Stihl saw seems to be a white sticker on the crankcase, clearly stating "Made in Germany" together with production year, serial number and barcode.

You must consider yourself lucky if you run into an original which has seen little use and contains more than 75% original Stihl components. The reasons for Americans being keen on this model are clear. They love all things big and powerful, especially when attitude and reputation are involved. These machines are like Harley Davidsons, with the being much more sought after than the They are noisy fuel guzzlers, their next generation and are much more efficient and economic for even a slightly better output.
Recently i took apart an electric E and was disappointed by the plastics content of this machine. That thing is promoted as being pro-league, but has a plastic crown wheel driving the sprocket, like the budget MSE C, C and C have. The modern petrol Stihls aren't what they used to be, either. But still, they work and keep working, in spite of ever more sparing use of expensive metals.

The is impressive to use and own, but is not the easiest and most comfortable saw to hande. Life can be easier, healthier and safer with modern alternatives, that needn't be less powerful or productive.

greetings

gerhard

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I am finally going to get round to finishing restoring my AV (the one in my ID pic on here- that's what it looked like when I got it some time ago) I am interested to know the approximate age of it. The serial number is On the starter housing it has the early riveted Stihl badge (the SAW style one) with a black AV handle over the top in a curve. The ID badges on the top filter cover were originally stickers (now worn off), rather than metal or plastic model ID badges

Any ideas please?

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