Does it seem low all the time or just when harvesting. At our combine clinic this summer they showed us back behind your variable speed rotor belt, are a few grease zerks. That greases that sliding mechanism that keeps rotor speed going when engine rpm drops. If that gets stuck it will wear a groove in one spot and keep it from sliding corectly when the right torque is needed. That will slow your rotors down making it feel like you are boging it down. Just thinking outside the box.....of course try the obvious, fuel and air filters ect.