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Tractor Pulling Discussion Forum

Massey Ferguson 1155 pulling tractor

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09-28-2005 09:26:36

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Hey guys, does anyone have any tips and tricks for the 1155 massey as a pulling tractor, engine mods, boost, fuel system, ideal weights, drivetrain etc. Any info would be greatly appreciated!!
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Dennis Andres

09-30-2005 19:59:53

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 Re: Massey Ferguson 1155 pulling tractor in reply to Tubocharged, 09-28-2005 09:26:36  
What do the rules allow? If you have to limit the Rpm's to 3000 forget it. The Perkins is a short stroke engine compared to the 6 cyl competition. However if that is not the case that engine will come alive if properly turbo'd if you turn it 4000-5000 rpm. Be aware that over 5000 you seriously risk crank and/or cam breakage.Also it's a real good idea to have a steel flywheel.You will also need more fuel from your pump and injectors.

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09-29-2005 12:15:24

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 Re: Massey Ferguson 1155 pulling tractor in reply to Tubocharged, 09-28-2005 09:26:36  
check out the scottish site at and ask for refernces to wesley totton because hes got a 1155 puller

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