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Someone messed up the R160A article in Wiki!


Ftrainfan

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Yep. Someone just took that page and did what I did to my classmate with my jokes! Here's what I'm looking @ now...

 

 

| yearconstruction = 2005-2010 | yearservice = 2006 | yearscrapped = | numberconstruction = | numberbuilt = | numberservice = 1002 (878 in revenue service during rush hours) | numberscrapped = | CarBody = Stainless steel with fiberglass rear bonnets | CarLength = 60.21 feet (18.35 m) | CarWidth = 9.77 feet (2.98 m) | CarHeight = 12.13 feet (3.70 m) | floorheight = | platformheight = 3.76 ft (1.1 m) | entrylevelorstep = | art-sections = | doors = 8 per car | MaxSpeed = 55 miles per hour (89 km/h) | Weight = 85,200 pounds (38,600 kg) | Capacity = 42 seating 198 standing (A car)

44 seating 202 standing (B car) | Acceleration = 2.5mph/s | Deceleration = 2.5mph/s (full service),

3.2mph/s (emergency) | Traction = Alstom Onix AC traction model: 4LCA1640A | Engine = | Power = 147.5 hp (109.9907 kW) per axle

all axles motorized[1] | Transmission = | Auxiliaries = SAFT 250AH battery (B car) | Power-supply = 625V DC third rail | Gauge = 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in) Standard gauge | Voltage = | Brakes = Dynamic braking propulsion system; WABCO RT-5 tread brake system | SafetySystem = }} The R160A is a class of 1,002 New York City Subway cars built by Alstom Transportation.

 

 

Right info , but terribly UNORGANIZED!!! I hope somone fixes this. I would but they always bug me for editing!

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Was it that serious to come here and start a new thread about it? The thing about wiki is that anyone can edit it and not everyone can adjust to the markup language used. So, if that occurred, it was most likely a missing symbol resulting in improper syntax. It's nothing to make a fuss over.

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