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Pricing will be interesting, the current general turmoil in the ag industry would not make that an easy task for Claas and in typical Claas conservative form we are unlikely to get any claims to performance August 1st.
Even if we did they’d be low, the Claas practice of being the only manufacturer to rate hopper capacity level full a perfect example of their conservative rating approach.

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I would bet good money you will see zero cylinder/rotor size change, I think the focus will be the grain tank/handling, cab and maybe feeding improvements. All models will get the hi speed rotors and higher transport speed. Just a guess tho.


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Depends on what you categorize as "overall performance", and what factors are used to calculate it. combine performance to arbitrary due to the many factors that can affect it like operator experience, settings, crop type, etc. Even the year as the same variety can be easy threshing one year / hard threshing the next. Other factors like parts/service availability, parts cost, etc also can play on the overall performance.
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Depends on what you categorize as "overall performance", and what factors are used to calculate it. combine performance to arbitrary due to the many factors that can affect it like operator experience, settings, crop type, etc. Even the year as the same variety can be easy threshing one year / hard threshing the next. Other factors like parts/service availability, parts cost, etc also can play on the overall performance.
Guess I should have said overall SCIENTIFIC performance, a PAMI test.
Solidly quantifiable data.
By overall I also mean not only that but my narrow five crop world, peas, wheat, barley, canola and flax.

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