You complied better then a lot of people there.
That video above shows a massive side panel for the impeller, driven from the left side. To put 24" in perspective, that is the 500 and 700 series cylinder diameter. But will it be enough? They have doubled the horsepower but not the impeller. I am a believer that size doesn't matter though. An effective method of splitting the material really is crucial though, among other things.
I think it would be a home-run if the new impeller has a roundbar stationary concave rounded slotted panel under it to help thresh and separate. This would be an simple, affordable boost in capacity if it was designed to not hinder impeller feeding.
I'm not holding my breath.
I renew my demand that Claas should pay some guys here for thier ideas and development support.Yes, SC did!
HAHA. You guys are funny.I renew my demand that Claas should pay some guys here for thier ideas and development support.
Or atleast give some good discounts for a new purchase.
SC: "Hey I am Seedcleaner from the Combine Forum"
ClassSalesGuy : checking list
ClassSalesGuy : Ahhh I see - you guy get 30% off
Yes that is how it is.I haven't seen one in person but it looks like cylinder variator is still on RH side but rotor one is moved to LH side? Looks like triple V-belt on impeller drive now. Basically this thing is gonna render my parts cabinet useless from the looks of it with all the changes...:frown: