The Case IH Farmall C Tractor features a FPT Stage V four-cylinder engine, offering enhanced performance and greater efficiency when compared with the Stage IIIB engine it replaces. The new engine, the F5, has a greater cubic capacity, with a displacement of 3.6 liters. However, despite the increased capacity, there are no changes to engine dimensions.

It also features four valves per cylinder versus two on the former engine, for enhanced combustion, and has a common rail fuel injection system for reduced fuel consumption and improved power delivery. This brings a number of performance benefits, including increased power output of up to 5hp, and higher torque levels — up to 10% more, with maximum torque at a lower engine speed of 1,300 rpm.

Stage V Farmall C Tractors also benefit from a new exhaust after-treatment system, courtesy of the compact and maintenance-free FPT HI-eSCR2 solution. To meet Stage V legislation, this integrates a diesel oxidation catalyst, a maintenance-free particulate filter and a selective catalyst reduction unit in a single compact layout. As a result, visibility from the operator’s seat is unimpeded, while maneuverability and ground clearance are uncompromised.

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