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Hyundai R800LC-7A Excavator

The 181,880-pound R800LC-7A is Hyundai's largest excavator; the next largest model weighs 107,580 pounds. The new model is powered by a Tier 3 Cummins QSX engine, generating 460 net horsepower at 1,600 rpm. Hydraulics have been optimized to improve response time, and the system performs faster and saves fuel.

December 01, 2008

 

Hyundai R800LC-7A Excavator

The 181,880-pound R800LC-7A is Hyundai's largest excavator; the next largest model weighs 107,580 pounds. The new model is powered by a Tier 3 Cummins QSX engine, generating 460 net horsepower at 1,600 rpm. Hydraulics have been optimized to improve response time, and the system performs faster and saves fuel. Equipped with a mass-excavator 23-foot-7-inch boom and 9-foot-8-inch arm, the R800LC-7A can handle a 5.93-cubic-yard bucket. Unlike many competitors, Hyundai says it includes many features as standard rather than options. Estimated list price: $997,370.

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