Everyone keeps talking about more hp in a 9760 vs a 9660. Don't both of these machines have a 9.0L engine? How does the 9760 have more power?Separator size (shoe, rotor) on the 96 and 97 are the same. The 97 has more HP, heavier drives and larger grain tank. Except for power and grain tank cap. you would not notice much of a difference.
Have not been around 98's, but I think separator size is the same on them also.
possibly might be wrong but i am pretty sure the 9660 had the last of the 8.1l in it with common rail (the one with the manual lift pump). where as the 9760 had the 9.0l engine.
Yes I should have mentioned. I have a 9660 with a 9.0lpossibly might be wrong but i am pretty sure the 9660 had the last of the 8.1l in it with common rail (the one with the manual lift pump). where as the 9760 had the 9.0l engine.
but yeah your right the hp is determined by software if the engines are the same.
What would the cost be roughly to tune my 9660stsLater model machines probably have 9.0 L engines with EGR. At Ekotuning we can tune 96x0 machines up to 97x0 levels or a little more. Our dealers are tuning a lot of S670 and 9770 machines as well. Our +50 hp tune outperforms competitors chips. Many operators are removing chips in favour of tuning. Our tunes are application specific. Not one chip for a tractor, sprayer and combine. When we tune a combine we use a combine specific file.