Following the power upgrade on the CR10.90 (max. 700hp) and the CR8.80 (max. 513hp), increases have now come across the rest of the range. At the low end, the CR7.80 and CR7.90 have been uprated by 14hp and 11hp respectively.
The CR8.90 now runs a Cursor 13 engine that develops 544hp (+27hp), while the block in the CR9.80 and CR9.90 reaches 600hp (+29hp).
In the threshing department, new 20mm higher crop covers and increased beater speed improves the efficiency of the 17” rotor on the CR7.80, CR7.90 and CR8.80 models.
It also features an adjustable beater grate, which can be opened and closed in minutes. It has been opened further to provide 0.26m2 additional separation surface (75% increase), which claims New Holland, increases capacity by 10%.
The heavy-duty, high-capacity 22” rotor on the four models at the top of the range also benefit from the increase in beater speed, which contributes to a 5% capacity increase.
The new high-capacity grain elevator on the 14,500-litre grain tank of the top-of-the-range CR9.90 and CR10.90 increases the combine’s grain transport volume by 10%.