Kubota M9000 Engine Specifications


The M9000 Mudder is a specialty tractor manufactured by Kubota. The tractor is meant specifically for heavy-duty agricultural and farm use, which means it requires a large engine with enough power to handle all of its uses. Kubota engineers have built an engine that is reliable and efficient, yet strong enough to handle the needs of today’s agriculture industry.


  • The Kubota M9000 features a liquid-cooled diesel engine. It includes an indirect injection system.


  • The engine of the Kubota M9000 features a four-speed transmission. This allows the machine to operate in forward or reverse, with two additional gears that can be used for traversing steep inclines or driving faster.


  • The engine of the Kubota M9000 has a displacement rating of 202 cubic inches.


  • The engine of the Kubota M9000 has a net horsepower rating of 90 and a PTO horsepower rating of 80. This means the Kubota M9000 itself operates at 90 horsepower and it is capable of providing a sustained horsepower rating of 80 to any auxiliary equipment.

Bore and Stroke

  • The engine of the Kubota M9000 has a bore and stroke measurement of 3.86 by 4.33 inches. That is, the engine's pistons measure 3.86 inches in diameter and 4.33 inches in length. This makes for an engine that is more powerful than the average vehicle engine.


  • The Kubota M9000 uses a 1000-CCA battery with a rating of 12 volts.


  • The Kubota M9000 is capable of holding 23.8 gallons of diesel fuel, 11.3 quarts of oil, 13.7 gallons of transmission fluid and 9.5 quarts of coolant.

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