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Et44ac Csx Tier4 Engine

Discussion in 'Suggestions' started by Alaskan Jack, Sep 28, 2017.

  1. Alaskan Jack

    Alaskan Jack Member

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    These new engines were bought to comply with EPA guidelines more details later. This engine will be a must have for CSX operations in CSX Heavy haul as they will replace the ES44AC's eventually .
     
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  2. Alaskan Jack

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    ET44ACs are all equipped with Graham-White electronic bells (E-bells). Tier 4 demonstrator units are equipped with two airhorns: a three-chime horn - facing forward - located behind the cab and a rear-facing two-chime horn protruding from the back of the radiator. Production units feature the now-standard Nathan-Airchime model K5HL-R2 "Evolution" airhorn mounted on the hood slightly forward of the placement location used on previous models.
     
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    A Pair of new ET44AC GEVO ‘s tier 4 CSX
     
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    Tier 4 units nothing but problems especially in cold climates. Beautiful locomotives but the EVO series Tier 3 still the best in my class.
     
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  6. Sparkplug

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    By the time they make these CSX will be merged into something else. LOL. But still would be cool to have them made for us in the sim.
     
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