Wet corn. Tough straw. Staring down less-than-ideal harvest conditions as go time approaches. We’ve all been there. You have a tight harvest window and an even tighter profit margin. You need more productivity and low losses. You need a combine that can get as much done in a day as you need it to — day in and day out, season after season.
You need an X9 Combine. These new combines deliver an average of 45% more harvesting capacity across all crops, with no sacrifice in grain quality — all while using 20% less fuel2. The X9 1100 can harvest up to 30 acres an hour in wheat. And it can harvest up to 7,200 bushels an hour in high-yielding corn, which is more than enough to fill 7 semi-trailer trucks per hour.3
That’s Harvesting to the Power of X.
Gain resistance to the abrasiveness of rice, along with up to 65%5 more capacity all while using 20% less fuel6 with the X9 Rice combine package. Tougher coatings and more wear resistant components in key areas of the combine give enhanced wear resistance to tough hybrid rice, while still providing improved grain quality.
According to independent testing by the Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute (PAMI), the X9 1100 with HD50R header delivered 28% more harvesting capacity with no sacrifice in grain quality when compared with equipment from other manufacturers, so you can finish wheat harvest a week earlier. In canola, it captured more crop for $3.00 more per acre of potential revenue.
See what you can save each harvest season with the Harvesting Performance Calculator. Enter your operation’s inputs and operating variables to calculate the estimated savings by switching to John Deere harvesting equipment.
Two 24-inch rotors with an increased threshing area of 45% and separating area of 80%1 for better threshing and separating in high-volume crops.
New shoe offers 36% more cleaning area1 to effectively put clean grain in the tank in the toughest harvesting conditions.
Even with 45% more threshing area, and 80% more separating area, the outside dimensions are about the same as the S790, for tight turns and narrow transport1.
Unload a full tank in about a minute and a half — up to 5.3 bushels per second! Choose from three power-folding auger lengths.
With In-field Data Sharing, you can share coverage map and guidance lines for increased efficiency. Machine Sync allows the combine to control the speed, direction and position of the grain cart tractor to automate unloading on-the-go.
23% wider feederhouse to handle additional crop flow and wider headers.
A new John Deere 13.6-liter engine delivers up to a 45% increase in harvesting capacity, while only needing 11% more horsepower than an S7901.
30%2 more torque to handle larger loads with a smooth power increase with the new ProDriveTM XL transmission.
Our simplified belt-drive system uses larger pulleys and longer belts to improve the handoff of power and belt wear-life2.
It's not just the engine that delivers lower fuel costs, it's every aspect of the design. The belts, transmission, residue system, rotors, and lower RPM all play a role in saving you money on fuel.
New system spreads up to 50-feet wide; the double-decker design provides better air flow for even distribution with less power consumption.
HarvestSmart senses varying crop conditions and automatically adjusts your combine's ground speed to maintain a consistent crop load in the rotors. That helps you get more out of your machine capacity, improve grain quality, and reduce fatigue and stress.
From the Integrated StarFire™ Receiver to JDLink™ Connectivity, the X9 Combine comes ready to make your harvest easier.
Automatically maintain combine settings that you choose with Combine Advisor™ and ActiveVision™ Cameras to improve grain quality and reduce losses.
Tracks deliver improved floatation and allow for transport speeds up to 25 miles per hour.
Lighter concaves make switching crops even easier.
The modulated feederhouse reverse allows the feederhouse to reverse under full engine RPM to reduce the chance of plugging in heavy crop.
With the G5Plus CommandCenterTM Display, you get in-cab control of the power folding unloading auger and adjustable spout for easier unloading and residue adjustments.
X9 Combines are engineered to create a perfect balance between front-end equipment and machine power, so together they deliver stable, consistent performance with every pass, even in tough conditions.
X9 Combines have a new
John Deere PowerTech™ 13.6-liter engine, which delivers a 14% increase in power and an 11% increase in torque over the 13.5-liter engine. A high-pressure common rail system more efficiently injects fuel into the engine for additional fuel savings.
X9 Combines come with a technology suite that keeps efficiency and productivity at the highest possible level. With JDLink™ connectivity, data tools like John Deere Operations Center™, automation features like Combine Advisor,* and guidance options that range from an integrated receiver for hands-free steering to automated turns and tractor/grain cart control — the X9 delivers.
*Only available with Ultimate Technology Package
The all-new harvesting cab offers more comfort and improved visibility2. Available in three packages with two lighting options.
Our combines are supported by one of the most responsive dealer networks in the business.
Keep running. That’s job one of John Deere Connected Support. You can reduce downtime with connected tools that remotely monitor and proactively service your combine.
Annual Expert Inspections and regular scheduled maintenance, coupled with PowerGard™ extended warranty will help ensure “like new” performance and uptime of your combine and reduce unexpected expenses for up to 36 months.
Keep your combine in tip-top condition with comprehensive inspections. The best-trained technicians in the industry will replace worn parts and tune up other key areas.
1Internal testing of X9 1100 Combine.
2Internal comparison between X9 1100 and S790 Combines, results vary depending on field conditions.
3Semi-trailer trucks with 993-bushel capacity.
4John Deere X9 1100 with HD50R compared with Claas Lexion 8800 with MacDon FD145. Calculation based on a header savings of 0.4% bushels per acre, harvesting 72 bushels per acre, and canola pricing at $10.60 USD per bushel, resulting in $3.00 USD per acre yield savings. See PAMI report for full details.
5Internal comparison between X9 1000 and S790 Combines
6Internal comparison between X9 1000 and X790; results vary depending on field conditions.
Pre-production model shown. Specifications and design subject to change.