With the introduction of the Kubota RTVs in 2004, Southwest Ag Inc. foresaw the need to make adjustments in their performance to compensate for the local 7,000-foot altitude. The company considered it vital to make sure the units operated efficiently at over 12,000 feet.
The initial intent was only to compensate for the high altitude, and the first generation of kits did exactly that. But upon extensive testing, these modifications worked exceptionally well at much lower altitudes also.
Southwest Ag, Inc.s second-generation kits perform even better, are easier to install and cost less.
Other benefits include:
Great power at all altitudes
Stainless steel construction
Professional technical support