Is it someone who knows how i can drive faster than 50 kph with a Fendt 926, or faster than 40 kph with a Claas Ares 557??? I know a guy who have 2 John Deere 6420, and they drive in 56-58 kph, and then it should be possible on Fendt and Claas too i hope
A Fendt 900 will generally do 52km/hr. Dont know about the Claas.
Reckon the brakes on the JDs or any other tractor not designed for travelling at near 60km/hr would last too long :?
I think its all to do with what kind of chip or gearbox you have. But for speeds of excess 60K you need a different type of tyres. Probably something you should ask your local dealer about.. But see what others say
There are 900 series fendt gear boxes, the 40K, 50K and 60K..
Sorry I was reffering to the 900 Varios up until the curent series. For example our 2001 920 does 52 or 54km/hr.
Ah yes, forgot about the older series!
You could try programming in a different tire size. I read about programming tire size into my 818 once and it seemed as though it would allow higher axle RPM if it thought you had smaller tires
Yes this is the case with the 900 gear box
Saw your message about the possibility of 60k + on 926??
We ran two 926's. both could do 65kph, I think they were a 01 and 02 model.
What year is your's?
There is a way of doing it on the terminal, come back to me and I might be able to put you in the right direction.
Hey!Originally Posted by markc
The 926 is a 2001 model.
What do i have to do on the terminal so the tractor goes faster? ;P