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post #11 of 24 (permalink) Old 07-31-2014, 02:35 PM
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they are having problems with with the 7 cylinder in the new B series terragators. They have been blowing fuel lines and the DOC for the exhaust has been cracking. Prolly waiting for parts to build anymore becuase the fuel lines and the DOC had to come from the factory at jackson to get it up and running again.

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I ran a new MT 965E and a MT865C this summer same field, same tool, and same day. All I can say is the new E series was impressive. I knew the C18 had torque, but the improvement on the E series was phenomenal. With the 865C I was full throttle to maintain field speed in this application, but with 965E 1700rpm up hills, down hills, it didn't matter. Just kept pulling. The fuel consumption was approx 20% less than the C series.
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So you find the V12 a good engine.
Do you have some photo of the 965E?
Do you have dual tyres?

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I bought a new MT 875 E this summer. Had 4 new Versatiles since 1980. Don't think I will ever buy a big wheeled tractor again. The V-12 is a great engine.
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I bought a new MT 875 E this summer. Had 4 new Versatiles since 1980. Don't think I will ever buy a big wheeled tractor again. The V-12 is a great engine.
What have you had it on? What kind of fuel consumption? What did it replace?
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Had it on a 35' ultra chisel and used it to plant wheat with a 40' drill. 11 gph on the drill 13-14 gph on hte chisel. Didn't really replace anything but have a 435 Versatile. For the horsepower the V-12 is really easy on fuel.
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Does anybody have any further experience with the V12 in the 800/900E series that they can share? Fuel use, reliability, power/torque and emissions related issues would all be pertinent. Especially as it relates to the C18 in the C series.

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Have a look of this discussion about Challenger and Cat, if i understand the post of 301 speaks of a new Challenger with Cat logo.
A new Mt powered by Cat again?

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Have a look of this discussion about Challenger and Cat, if i understand the post of 301 speaks of a new Challenger with Cat logo.
A new Mt powered by Cat again?

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The only thing Cat on the E Series is the transmission. I don't believe there is anything coming out of Jackson now with a Cat engine. From the fuel consumption and torque difference I have seen between the Sisu and Cat engines I just can't imagine why anyone would want the Cat engine.

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