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R46s running better?

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I noticed as of late a few of the R46s on the A I have been riding, the trains have been accelerating quicker and the motors don't sound like they are about to give out. I'm guessing the R46s not running out to the Flats is actually making them run better?

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Maybe because those trains finally got a rest during the hurricane... Pitkin constantly runs its trains which is why they seem to be in such bad shape.

Or maybe Pitkin is finally taking care of its cars...

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It has nothing to do with where they go. Maybe you just got a good run of trains, which is possible. There were a few very bad sets which were taken off the road and worked (all you need is one bad half to ruin a quick, speedy but smooth ride).

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well then why is there still an R42 set on the (A)???

 

 

Huh? There's two R42 sets on the (C) now. The (A) is 100% R46s regularly like the (R) and the (S) Rockaway Park Shuttle...

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I have noticed that R46's are running. And I critiseze myself, many trains got damaged (not enough to stop them running)!

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the R46's on the (A) still run like shit, some do run better than others but most of them sound like they are just about to die

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