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What do You Prefer On The (Q)? NTT or R68/R68A?


Daniel The Cool

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R160A2 for the W, R160B for the N, R68A for the B, and R68 for the Q with an occasional R68A! You have about 60 R160A2 for Coney Island, so all can go to the W with maybe 7 R160B with Alstrom Onix Propulsion to fulfill the W's 13 TPH, and the Reast to the N. Q needs 19 TPH, so if there isn't enough R68, then a couple of R68A can come from the B to fulfill the Q's TPH's. Not for nothing, but I hate the mixing up of consists per each line now with the R160 fleet now coming into place.

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I like the mix bag of R160a/b and R68/a on the (Q). I heard plans to remove the R68 and R68As off the (Q) completely. I like all of (Q)s fleet now.

 

 

I really hope that never happens, and those plans fall through...:cry:

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On the (Q) I like R68 or R68A. I wish the R160s could display the yellow (Q), but understandably they can't.

 

They display the yellow (Q) on the FIND Screen. Do you mean the ends of the car where the red circle route indicator is?

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Now these days, almost all of the lines are using only one subway car type or two that look very similar like the (A) R44/46, (;) R68/68A and (L) R143/R160, (4) R142/R142A. The (Q) has to stay diverse the way it is now. :P I also enjoy riding R68A and R160 on the line.

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if im a customer and im in a hurry to get somewhere, i want a 160...........

 

as a train operator operating, a 160 or a r68 will do......

 

not a fan of the r68a braking system........very bad braking system imo........

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