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30% bigger walkers??

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Where do the gains for walker units come from?
I have no idea.


I the past they had Lexion walker models called "Elevation". They had an extra drum above the walkers to improve separation. But it seems this had to big effect since they got rid of it again…
Here is a Picture how I plugged one in grass seeds…
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Oh goody!
Engines have EGR and SCR now. EGR supposed to be background innocuous.
Something about Dynamic Engine Control. Should save at least 10 ml of fuel per year.
Runs on three cylinders until engine warmed.
Not sure that’s an emissions or a fair competition thing.

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I the past they had Lexion walker models called "Elevation".
Has that not been a New Holland term as well?
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I the past they had Lexion walker models called "Elevation".
Has that not been a New Holland term as well?
Sorry I was wrong... just had a look at our 2003 Lexion 440... it was called "Evolution". You are right, "Elevation" was a NewHolland term.

I also had a ride on our neighbours 760 15 min ago. He was talking about a 4th cylinder for Feeding the rotors in the new Models. (according to a Claas technican)
They call them "APS Synflow Hybrid"
Is Synflow the Revolution? 😄
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That’s all news to me although I heard that term yesterday but not sure how it applies.

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I saw a new one yesterday at Jamestown butler. All drives on left side. Impeller is 24” and cylinder is now 30”!!!
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I saw a new one yesterday at Jamestown butler. All drives on left side. Impeller is 24” and cylinder is now 30”!!!
As I told you...75cm Main cylinder with 10 Raps Bars 😏

What do the 4 cylinders look like? Like JD Series?
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24” impeller! Giggity
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24” impeller! Giggity
Impeller feeds the rotor?


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