EB7000?

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by NoDownTime, Apr 5, 2001.

  1. NoDownTime

    NoDownTime LawnSite Member
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    Does RedMax make the most powerful backback or what? I am hearing rumors on this site that Echo's new backback is more powerful. Does anyone know the truth? I talked to a Redmax rep at a landscaping show and he said that RedMax was building a more powerful StratoCharged blower for the 2002 season.
     
  2. TLS

    TLS LawnSite Fanatic
    Posts: 7,937

    Yes, right now the RedMax EB-6200 and 7000 are the most powerful @ 585 cfm's at the pipe. The NEW Echo coming out in (eeks) July is reportedly in the 650 cfm range at the pipe! Look out! More Power!

     
  3. bilchak

    bilchak LawnSite Member
    Posts: 89

    I just bought the EB-7000 a couple weeks ago. Very
    nice machine. I paid 550 for it. You can buy
    it at alimia.com for 475, and that includes
    FREE shipping.

    Jb
     
  4. brandy

    brandy LawnSite Member
    from Pa.
    Posts: 76

    Like the eb7000 more because of the air filter, also have the eb6200!!!
     
  5. steve

    steve LawnSite Member
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    Product line: Pro Power Blowers
    Product Number: EB7000
    Engine Service: Pro Series
    Engine Type: Back Pack

    Max Air Volume: 730 CFM

    Max Air Speed: 203 MPH
    Noise Level: 73 dBA
    Engine Type: Pro
    Ignition System: Solid State
    Engine Displacement: 3.78 cu. Inches, 62 cc
    Fueltank: 70.9 oz.
    Dry Weight: 21.5 Lbs.
    Carborator: Diaphragm with Purge Pump
     
  6. TLS

    TLS LawnSite Fanatic
    Posts: 7,937

    Steve,

    Key word here....MAX air volume ... AKA....measured at housing. I know because I e-mailed RedMax about it. The #'s I was quoting were at the tube which are considerably less. RedMax said, we all advertise the maximum airflow which is advertised as housing. They are very powerfull, but the NEW Echo's are going to "blow" them away!

     
  7. steve

    steve LawnSite Member
    Posts: 98

    Looks like RedMax has to get to work & build a bigger blower!
     
  8. brandy

    brandy LawnSite Member
    from Pa.
    Posts: 76

    ;It this rate I will be using more 2 cycle gas then regular gas tp power these new blowers!!!!
     

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