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01-06-2008 05:43:37

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Can a 970 or 1070 compete with IH 966 JD 4230 in 9500 ,10,500 and 12,000 farm stock NA. classes? The classes require rear cast centers and non cut tires. What amount of horse power can a 504 from a 1370 produce without the blower. Will I have trouble holding the powershift in a 1070?

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01-06-2008 09:40:16

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 Re: 1070 puller in reply to comfortkingcd14c323902024, 01-06-2008 05:43:37  
Yes, a 1070 will compete with IH's and John Deere's. It would take some work to compete withoout a turbo but it can be done. If you are allowed to add a turbo I would. You can get 500 horsepower out of a 451 with bolt on parts(turbo, lazer cut injectors and water/methanol spray). 500 horsepower is more than enough to beat 966's and Deere's.

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01-06-2008 08:59:09

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 Does a bear poop in the woods? in reply to comfortkingcd14c323902024, 01-06-2008 05:43:37  
Can a 970 or 1070 compete with IH 966 or JD 4230? Does a bear poop in the woods? A well prepared 970 or 1070 can leave them in the dust.
A 451 with a turbo will out perform a 504 without a turbo. It's not even close. If you develop 250 or more horsepower from the engine and use a powershift transmission, you'll need to make modifications. Shims will need to be added to the powershift pressure relief valve to increase pressure in the clutch packs to prevent slipage. Tension will need to be increased on the torque limited disc on the flywheel to also prevent slipage. As with any tractor, the better the preparation, the better the pulling.

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