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Re: CR9080 coming to NA in 2009

But, then you would not know what version you are getting in used or aftermarket. Like which 5088 or 6088 or 7088 cih. Same machine, different engine and bin extensions. Apply it to all colors. A different engine or hp rating is a change in productivity.
 

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HP does change productivity. If you don't have the power to chop your straw, you are less productive when you have to slow down. In this statement, are you saying that a 7088 has the same productivity as a 1480? or a TR95 the same as a TR99? Talk to anyone who has run a 9660STS and a 9860STS and I think there is a difference as well.

Having a 'size x' thresher may be true in a conventional, but in a rotary, power makes a huge difference. If its bone dry when harvesting, the machine size is limiting, but if its damp or wet, horsepower will win every time.

Although, having a High Output option is always neat, then you just call your combine the HO.
 

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I can see both your points, but as far as rotaries do go HP makes a huge difference. The extra power gives the machine the ability to pull more crop through as well as thresh it faster through the same size of threshing capacity as the "smaller" model with less HP. Thererfore it is more productive since you can push more through before bogging the motor down vs the other machine with less power. Hopefully that wasn't too redundant.
 

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Re: CR9080 coming to NA in 2009

Right like I was explaining. A lower HP can't maximize the capability of that combine, why you have to go slower. Where a more HP version can eat the crop better and get more full use out of the size inside it. You still pulling the same amount once the thresher fills up. It just depends on the power reserve while it threshes.
 

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Farmertony is this the same track set-up your 9120 will have?
Or maybe an after market set-up?
I see they run high wheel drive (or whatever you call that) and 6 boogie wheels instead 4.
Can't wait to hear " Naw, naw my tracks has 6 boogies and yours only has 4".

Don
 

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Rumour of some big announcement on combines, might ne the 9080 re hashed for Europe, Wednesday is the day.

Re tracks the units on the Elevations on test were from Tidue - Italian specialists:

http://www.tidue.com/


No surpriselinks to the cousins @ NH Italy.

Other suppliers:

http://www.grecav.it/it/bruko.php Units with suspension option.

http://www.harain.de/index2.htm

Plus the Claas units

Remember most of northern Europe is wetland farming - there is a movement towards tracks to both avoid compaction (concerns shared with dryland farming) But to harvest in a greater window.

The header is Grecav painted in NH colours:

http://www.grecav.it/it/testate.php

Italy also has another header specialist Cressoni:

http://www.cressoni.it/
 

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Re: CR9080 coming to NA in 2009

559mm is the same as the CR9070 in NA. 22 inches. The CR970 and Cr9070 of North America are the same machines as the CR980 and CR9080s in Europe. The 9080 Elevation has the Cursor 13, which is what our 9080 will be getting,(the 9070s have the Cursor 10) but the machine specs all work out to the same.
 

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Ah well the header must be a Gressoni Bisoni if made at the Bison works


Anouncement fro CNH today at the UK Cereals event

"New Holland has hinted that this summer will see the launch of the World’s highest capacity combine, aimed at growers with 3,200-4,000 acres of combinable crops.

It’s called the CR9090 Elevation and features a 35ft header, 12,500 litre grain tank, 591hp engine, twin rotor threshing system and 6.5 sq m of cleaning area that provides 10 per cent more capacity over the CR9080 Elevation model

The firm claims the CR9080 Elevation can already keep up with a Lexion 600, and expects the CR9090 to raise the bar further. Three CR9090s will be part of a UK demonstration team during harvest"
 

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Why would they use another brand of track system? They have the system from the CIH Quad track that could be used. Maybe it is made by one of the companies listed.
 

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I sure hope they dont take it from the quads. what a bunch of crap that system is. This spring we have changed something like 10 seals in the boogies. We thought we did something wrong when installing them so we called case to do it just to see what they do different or what we do wrong. and we have the same procedure. All i hope is that our Quad is a lemon. if it isnt..... i pity anyone who has one.
 

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Weve put on over 3400 hrs on two different quads without and "boogie" problems. Blown 3 different hyd hoses (PITA), but not a major issue.

Ive heard the track system on a 9010 is close to quadtracks, but just rumor so far..........Also was told they are setting up the 9010 undercarriage to compete with Lexions (price wise and RW assist wise). Hope its got some suspension like the Cat....I mean Claas system!
 
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