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Some CNG Bus Videos from Yesterday (and more)

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ni-xys4OSWo

VERY loud for a C40LF...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyYY2LN1y0w

Wierd sound from the compressor.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sytcujLkkCw

First time on the B8 bus, with a beautiful whine from the compressor.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zkT24vrvgtw

First time EVER going to LI, and first time riding the LIB, and I loved it!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7f3FDVN9xPE

LOUD Bx8 bus in Throgs Neck.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9D9mo_rpUG0

My son took this video while I was walking him to Pelham Bay Park. :(

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4oC5r8Bo6_Y

That stupid Mr. Softee ruined this video...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhT0wXSKkCk

Roaming JFK when this baby pulled up.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I933FrtILqE

HMC RTS bus.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1meMGmZvkT8

Again 998 as the HMC Shuttle bus.

 

 

Bonus Video - For the railfans

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IjHs-yCrx6I

R-68A on the (Q)

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Great vids!! My favorites are the SE delta RTS and the HMC RTS one. And LMAO at the ice cream truck ruining your video of that crappy CNG bus lol.

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Does 998 have a 6V92 with a roof exhaust? That I've never seen.

 

That wierd sound... sounds like they fitted a gas turbine into that bus. :(

 

Great vids.

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Does 998 have a 6V92 with a roof exhaust? That I've never seen.

 

That wierd sound... sounds like they fitted a gas turbine into that bus. :P

 

Great vids.

No that RTS is DDs50 or 6v71 powered. It doesn't sound rich enough to be a 92, but I could be wrong.

 

 

Great vids man! I like them all. Good sounds and great RTS's.

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No the New Flyers are DDs60 DDEC powered

 

 

Great vids man! I like them all. Good sounds and great RTS's.

Detroit Diesel Series 50G powered* :P and BTW he was talking about the HMC RTS Shuttle bus which is 6V92TA.

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Detroit Diesel Series 50G powered* :P and BTW he was talking about the HMC RTS Shuttle bus which is 6V92TA.

 

LOL... I was all off there. I commented before I finished all the vids, and I thought he was talking about New Flyer 998, which has the s60.

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Nice vids! Does that JFK RTS have a 6v91?

 

Nope. DDs50. I'm so mad DD got out of the bus industry. Now all the diesel buses are going to sound the same!

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Nope. DDs50. I'm so mad DD got out of the bus industry. Now all the diesel buses are going to sound the same!
He's talking about the Delta Airlines RTS bus.

 

Watch the videos n00b. :P:P:p LOL

 

Thier RTS got 6V92 or 6V91, forgot...

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He's talking about the Delta Airlines RTS bus.

 

Watch the videos n00b. :P:P:p LOL

 

Thier RTS got 6V92 or 6V91, forgot...

 

 

LOL... I did watch them!!! But he said....... oh never mind! This is what I get for watching the vids on YouTube first, then trying to come to the site and comment! I give up!!!B)

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LOL... I did watch them!!! But he said....... oh never mind! This is what I get for watching the vids on YouTube first, then trying to come to the site and comment! I give up!!!B)
Damn ENY... You're slippin' like a greased marble on ice... :P

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