Topic: Re: 2N vs 8N power and carburetion
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Over the years I've seen a lot of posts and a lot of schemes to get more hp out of an N.
Bigger carb, better air flow, dual exhaust, 6 cyl engines, etc, etc.
I say save your dough and buy a newer tractor.
You'll get more power, live hydraulics, more gears, maybe live pto, power steering, remote hydraulics, differential lock, fuel efficient diesel, more reliability, more longevity and better creature comfort.
Add all the upgrades and gew gaws to your N that you can afford but in the end is still just an N and well, not exactly...
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