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Robika 427757 108 speeding rus either
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belarus going 55km/h.i didn't belive,until i' saw with my own eyes.it's frend's tractor
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here he was started to slow,but i' post picture,because it is better than first one
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that is the fast thing.engine is opened up to 2000rpm,and it has somethig bigger tyres.just when you drive it fast,you get the felling that you will go of the road...:-D
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Ghehe, nice racer! Just like this Fendt :-D
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he....well that thing up is belarus and from 1996...this is new and fendt...and in belarus there are no such gizmos..only mechanics....
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yeah o.k your right.. But 2000 RPM is not high.. Our Fendt 515c's from 1997 did 2550 RPM at 53km/h :-P
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one my frend has 512 from 1995 or '96.it also works on 2500rpm.also 55 or 60 km/h.the other two are going 40 and 50 km/h
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hey boys i have a MF that hand of the clock goes the hole way round when she is full open it stops at 2800 but she goes past that because thats how far the clock goes up to would that be bad for the tractor :-[
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our steyr 8090 does 37km/h at 2780 rpm
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Our John Deere 7630(175 Hp) only does 42km/h at less than 2,000 rpm. It gets really boring on the straight highways. :-(:-P
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nice speed for belarus. only bad thing is that hi jump every time hi see the hole in road, with no suspension and bad brakes. easy to crash.
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Ok, not a great picture of the Belarus, but it`s there, a Belarus 825 Progress, from 1989.. That thing also runs in 52-54km/h, if you ever find the right gear.. :-D When it was new it was really fast, all other tractors almost, did only 30km/h.
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