Transport Fever

Transport Fever

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EMD SD70ACe BNSF & MRL
   
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Scenario: USA
Vehicle: Locomotive
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133.855 MB
May 23, 2018 @ 1:42am
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EMD SD70ACe BNSF & MRL

Description
The EMD SD70ACe, as with General Electric’s Evolution Series models, was born out of a requirement by the EPA that new locomotives meet the agency's then-Tier II standards for diesel admissions. Built from 2004 to 2014, beginning in 2012, newly built SD70ACe's were EPA Tier 3 compliant. Since the production run began, EMD received orders form various railroads around the world, including every Class 1 railroad and sold many thousand locomotives to them.

Included are the following paint schemes:
- BNSF Railway
- Montana Rail Link

Features:
- 3 Lod's
- Aging
- Manned and unmanned / turned versions
- custom soundset

Technical specifications:
- Maximum speed: 70 mph
- Power: 3206.5 KW
- Tractive effort: 889.6 KN
- Availability: from 2005


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I accept no responsibility for damages to software and hardware.
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6 Comments
Isaiah53six Jul 15, 2018 @ 8:56pm 
This is one of the best looking and realistic models in the workshop. Great work on it.
DrtyDiesel Jul 11, 2018 @ 6:05pm 
@zukzf thank you, i always wondered lol. You excellent work thanks again!
zukzf  [author] Jul 11, 2018 @ 2:43am 
@|BB|~DrtyDiesel~|SGT The "nc" stands for no crew. These units also have their headlights turned off in game.
DrtyDiesel Jul 9, 2018 @ 4:49pm 
Loving these models, may be a dumb question but what does the "nc" mean on some fo the models in game?
pschlik Jun 5, 2018 @ 2:15pm 
Really liking these, hoping we can see some Modern GEs too, these models are really helping the modern American selection a lot!
devendevers May 23, 2018 @ 10:14am 
This is amazing! Funny thing, last night I was on Discord talking to my friend about BNSF SD70ACEs. Perfect timing, I guess!