What is a Fastrac tractor?

The JCB Fastrac is a high-speed agricultural tractor series manufactured by JCB Landpower, part of the JCB group. Production began in 1991, with continual development to the present day.

What is called JCB machine?

All excavators are JCBs for us. Be it Escorts, Tata, Mahindra or Caterpillar, if the excavators run on four tyres, we prefer to call it a JCB. Actually, JCB is just a brand name. It is the acronym of Joseph Cyril Bamford, founder of JCB Inc that makes construction and excavation equipment.

How much horsepower does a JCB Fastrac have?

The 8290 is JCB’s entry-level 8000 series Fastrac, delivering a rated power of 280hp as well as market leading comfort, speed and safety.

What horsepower is a Fastrac 4220?

JCB Fastrac 4220

JCB Fastrac 4220 Power
Engine (gross): 217 hp 161.8 kW
Engine (max): 235 hp 175.2 kW
PTO (claimed): 195 hp 145.4 kW

What HP is JCB Fastrac 8330?

335 hp
JCB Fastrac 8330

JCB Fastrac 8330 Power
Engine (gross): 335 hp 249.8 kW
Engine (max): 348 hp 259.5 kW
PTO (claimed): 310 hp 231.2 kW

Where are Landlegend tractors made?

The tractors are assembled in the UK to produce a tractor that is versatile, reliable & very competitively priced.

How much horsepower does a Fastrac 8310 have?

JCB Fastrac 8310 power and torque is formidable: 306hp (228kW) and 966lbf (1310Nm) respectively, for top productivity. Because the 8.4 liter unit generates all of this at low revs, fuel efficiency is excellent and noise levels are among the lowest on the market.

What makes the JCB Fastrac different?

The JCB Fastrac is the world’s only draft tractor with all-round suspension. This gives reduced compaction, increased traction with no power hop, greater GPS accuracy and improved operator comfort.

How does the JCB 8310 V-Tronic infinitely variable transmission work?

The JCB 8310’s V-TRONIC infinitely variable transmission can be manually controlled with the joystick or automated via cruise control settings, so it always runs at the optimum level, giving maximum output for minimum input.