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can you convert asp to dsp rock trap

Looking at possibly moving to a new holland combine, but in my conditions I absolutely want dsp rock trap, and most of the used 9070-9090 combines I see have asp. Does anyone know if an asp can be converted to dsp and if so is it feasible or cost prohibitive.

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Looking at possibly moving to a new holland combine, but in my conditions I absolutely want dsp rock trap, and most of the used 9070-9090 combines I see have asp. Does anyone know if an asp can be converted to dsp and if so is it feasible or cost prohibitive.

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Can I ask what your conditions are and what crops? We have a 9070 with asp and no issues. I don't think dsp was ever available on a 9070-9090 machine so I'm not sure what it would take,

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What does ASP and DSP stand for?
Agree, dont think there was a choice until X.9s though.
Think the 10.9 is DSP only?

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lots of little dips and fist to triple that size rocks, to many people got rid of their new hollands around me and either went to a different brands or dsp. yes for sure some 9090s had dsp not sure about the rest.
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ASP advanced stone protection I think
DSP dynamic stone proection
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Thank you, which one has the beater?

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I don't think dsp was ever available on a 9070-9090 machine so I'm not sure what it would take,
I had two 2104 CR9090's with DSP. Very good stone protection and I felt that it helped to smooth crop flow and break apart lumps ahead of rotors.

I would be shocked if it is economical to switch a machine, there is quite a bit of different parts.

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I had two 2104 CR9090's with DSP. Very good stone protection and I felt that it helped to smooth crop flow and break apart lumps ahead of rotors.

I would be shocked if it is economical to switch a machine, there is quite a bit of different parts.
I can’t see it making any economic sense either.

On the flip side...A DSP is both noisier and dustier.
According to my long time, trade often, New Holland neighbours.

So much for my never on 9090 theory.

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I think the first gen NH DSP had the annoying extra long feeder house. Seems to be 9090's around with that setup. I think 2014 and up they refined the DSP and made it work in a standard feeder house.
The only bad part of the long feeder house, is not being able to see the crop feeding from the cab seat.

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