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  1. R179 Discussion Thread

    ... wut... The 179 combined throttle/brake handle is of a newer design, same as the one used in the 188s. The end-seat removal on the R160 is an in-house project, and has no bearing on the as-delivered spec of the 179s.
  2. R179 Discussion Thread

    Well, the trucks haven't started cracking yet, so.....
  3. R179 Discussion Thread

    Latest from the unconfirmed rumor mill is that the R179s are benched for a full software rewrite; no date yet on when that will be done and the cars will be back in revenue testing.
  4. R179 Discussion Thread

    Failed again 11/29 (reportedly door problems), was not out 11/30.
  5. R211 Discussion Thread

  6. R179 Discussion Thread

    743 Parsons to Broad, skip-stop. Also, we're on page 179. kek.
  7. R179 Discussion Thread

    Test train just failed. Offloading at 111th and taking it out of service. That lasted long lmao. You can all go home now.
  8. R179 Discussion Thread

    Official first run in service is the 0655 Parsons to Hewes.
  9. R179 Discussion Thread

    There are AM dropouts and PM put-ins from Broadway Junction, and yea, I don't think anything *starts* at Broad Street.
  10. The Official BVE/OpenBVE Thread

    New SMEE air sounds from the R17:
  11. R179 Discussion Thread

    I'll take the word of the official bulletin over some "TTC" source.
  12. This is the New Haven RR GE EF-4 (E33) Sound & Physics Modification pack version 1.0 In order to utilize this freeware physics upgrade, you must have purchased the "Train Simulator: New Haven E-33 Loco Add-On" pack available at Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/562386/Train_Simulator_New_Haven_E33_Loco_AddOn/ This is a freeware pack; in no way is it to be used for commercial purposes. You are free, however to further modify the physics enhancements found in this pack for personal use if you so choose. This is both a sound (preliminary) AND physics mod. The purpose of this pack is to adjust the traction characteristics values for more realistic operation. It additionally replaces the default bell sound. General Parameter Change Log: 1. Weight increased to 397,679 lbs. 2. Traction characteristics adjusted; see below for more details. 3. Dynamic brake values enhanced. 4. Allow power braking up to 30 PSI in brake cylinder. 5. Replaced bell sound. 6. Includes no-HEP sound pack. 7. Adjusted coupler slack (too tight before). 8. Adjusted drag coefficients for both locomotive and freight cars + caboose. Technical specifications for the New Haven EF-4: 1. GE EF-4 [E33] (3300 HP): a. Starting tractive effort of 99,420 lbs (442.2421 kN) b. Continuous TE of 79,500 lbs (353.6336 kN) @ 15.75 mph c. Wheel horsepower of ~3,300hp (~2,463 kW) @ 15.75 mph d. Dynamic Brake effort of 63,000 lbs (280.238 kN) @ 25 mph e. DB resistor grid rating of 4,196 hp (3131.27 kW) f. Maximum speed of ~60-65 mph g. Weight = 177.535268 imperial tons (397,679 lbs) IMPORTANT; Install Instructions 1. Locate GeE33PackNH (C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\RailWorks\Assets\Reppo\GeE33PackNH) 2. Open Reppo_New_Haven_GE_EF-4_E33_Mod_Pack.7z 3. Drag the file folders from the .rar in step 2 into the directory you opened in step 1. 4. The installation should be complete. Run TS2017 to check. 5. If installation is botched or does not work, to back up to original files, delete the folders from step 3. Thank you for downloading and installing. Enjoy =) Download link: http://www.mediafire.com/file/i7aa2nxxpfm308o/TS2017_DTG_Reppo_New_Haven_GE_EF-4_E33_Mod_Pack.rar Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/FanRailerMODS/
  13. R179 Discussion Thread

    #FakeNews
  14. R179 Discussion Thread

    ... all CBTC installation post Canarsie is designed to accommodate non-CBTC-compatible equipment running with 5-min interval buffers ahead and behind using wayside equipment. I really don't know how people would think there would be NO way to run C-division moves over CBTC territory. Additionally, I don't know how any of this has to do with the R179.


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