Sherman Hil With Ac40 Layers?

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  1. Sam1525

    Sam1525 New Member

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    Do we get the ability to drive the Ac40 from Cane Creek at Sherman Hill?
     
  2. Lamplight

    Lamplight Well-Known Member

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    Not at the moment. The Simugraph setup for the brakes was changed and DTG is uncertain whether pre-Sherman-Hill rolling stock is compatible. It may happen down the line but you should assume it‘s not happening for now.
     
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    Dinosbacsi Well-Known Member

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    Is it the change that originated from developing the steam engine simugraph? I wonder if it also resulted in some performance improvements, which is the reason they can finally include 100 car trains.
     
  4. Lamplight

    Lamplight Well-Known Member

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    Don‘t think so, but I don‘t know either way. Matt mentioned the independent brakes now applying on all locos as one of the changes instead of only the one you‘re in.
     
  5. Matto140

    Matto140 Well-Known Member

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    Independent brakes work on driven loco formation even now. (Sand Pach, Clinchfield...)
    The brake change I see in preview stream is that Intial Reduction for Auto Brake is set to 84-85PSI (correct value), on SPG is initial reduction set to 80PSI. (from 1:47 in video)
     
  6. Sam1525

    Sam1525 New Member

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    I do not understand the technical things you all are talking about but hearing that this freight route comes again with 2 locos is a bit disappointed due to the amount of UP locos we already have in the game...
     

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