Kubota Clean Diesel Solution (K-CDS)
Kubota engines offer clean performance that exceeds even the latest emis-
sions standards, thanks to the latest advances in clean-engine technology.
Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) sprays the hot exhaust from the
engine with diesel exhaust fluid (DEF), which transforms the exhaust into
harmless water vapor and nitrogen. The Common Rail System (CRS)
electronically controls the timing and amount of high-pressure injected fuel
in stages for optimal combustion, which results in greater efficiency, better
fuel economy, and less engine noise. The combination of these two
systems with a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) muffler and an Exhaust Gas
Recirculation (EGR) system ensure the M5-091 and M5-111 meet the Tier 4
Final emissions regulations.
Keep Productive At Your Farm By Using Constant
Note: In a mechanically-controlled engine, the engine speed changes
according to increases and decreases in the load. For example, in heavy
condition (1), or when working in a hilly area, the load increases and engine
speed drops while ascending a slope (2), and conversely the load drops when
descending (3). These changes in engine speed affect the travel speed and
PTO-driven implements. In order to minimize these effects, the operator must
make ne adjustments to the travel speed and hand throttle lever
When the Constant RPM Management switch is turned "On", the engine
speed will be kept nearly constant in response to a certain level of work
uctuations. This improves the accuracy of work without the need for trouble-
some manipulation of the travel speed and hand throttle lever.
There is a limit to the range within which a constant speed can be maintained.
If a load exceeding the engine performance is applied, the engine speed will
drop. The purpose of Constant RPM Management is not to increase the
The synchronized four speeds of the main shift and a high/low range supply
tractors with 8 Forward and 8 Reverse speeds.