Models CX130D and CX160D have operating weights of 29,131 and 38,391 pounds, respectively. Engines use SCR technology without a DPF for Tier 4-Final compliance, with the CX130D using a 102 horsepower engine and the SC160D using a 112-horsepower engine.
Case says cycle times increase up to 5 percent over the predecessors, and fuel efficiency is up to 8 percent greater.
An electronically controlled pump, coupled with a larger control valve and sensors, enable the increase in cycle times. The Intelligent Hydraulic System provides the best use of hydraulic power and momentum, the company says. Four systems make up the Intelligent Hydraulic System: Boom Economy Control reduces rpm by using gravity during boom down and swing; Auto Economy Control lowers rpm during idle and automatically shuts down the engine after a preset idle time; Swing Relief Control reduces hydraulic power at the swing start; and Spool Stroke Control adjusts hydraulic pressure during digs.
Watch Case's walkaround below.
Case CX130D, CX160D Specifications
- Operating weight: 29,131 pounds
- Power: 102 horsepower
- Bucket digging force: 20,233 to 21,257 lb.-ft.
- Operating weight: 38,391 pounds
- Power: 112 horsepower
- Bucket digging force: 25,179 to 26,527 lb.-ft.