Deutz-Fahr: New X730 smashes the 300hp barrier

September 29th, 2009 | Tags:

AGRITECHNICA 2009 is about to be a busy time for Deutz-Fahr as it launches its most powerful tractor yet – the 305hp Deutz-Fahr Agrotron X730.
Now topping out the Deutz-Fahr X-series tractor range is the new X730, which gets power from a Deutz turbocharged engine rated at 305hp. With four valves/cylinder, the engine employs the Deutz common-rail high-pressure fuel injection system and externally cooled exhaust gas recirculation.

An amazingly high torque engine – maximum torque is 1,206 Nm at an engine speed of just 1,600 r.p.m – gear shifting within the 50km/hr, 40-forward/40-reverse transmission with its automated powershift can be kept to the minimum and, as a result, improved fuel economy is attained. These discs have a diameter of 590mm and have an active re-set which, when the brakes aren’t in use, pulls the pads away from the discs to stop noise and wear caused by mud. In the cab, the X730 is equipped with the new comprehensive operator info panel as used in the Agrotron TTV630 and can, if specified, also be fitted with the new iMonitor. A load sensing hydraulic system with an output of 177 lit/min is standard and provides a maximum rear linkage lift of 10,500kg and 4,500kg for the front linkage. The rear pto provides 540E and 1,000 rpm and the front, 1,000rpm.

a truly powerful tractor, the 305hp Deutz-Fahr Agrotron X730 will be a favored choice for arable farmers looking for a trustworthy, fuel efficient tractor capable of manufacturing high outputs.

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