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EMD710 16cyl W/Turbo H0

Kato EMD 16-710GB-SD9043MAC

MPI MP36PH-3C H0

True Line Trains MP36PH-3C

The MP36PH-3C has the same prime mover as the "-3S" model, the EMD 645F3B diesel engine, but with its HEP generated by a separate Caterpillar C-18 diesel engine, thus the "C" in its model name. In this arrangement, when providing HEP, the full 3600 HP from the prime mover is available for traction, and the prime mover is allowed to idle at a lower RPM.

The MP36PH-3C sound is correct for many of the Rebuilt F40PH locomotives. As they were rebuilt many of the shaft more…

Bowser C-636 H0

Bowser C-636 Alco 251-16 with Air Start

EMD 16Cyl 645 Non Turbo H0

Kato SD38-2

SD40-2 H0

As a prototype, the SD40-2 was the most popular second-generation diesel with sales of over 3000 in the U.S. and more than 700 in Canada. There were many variations of this popular diesel because of the long production run.

MP40 H0

MP40 diesel sounds. Prime mover sound #1 = MP40. Prime mover sound #2 = MP40. Prime mover sound #3 = MP40

Cab Foward H0

InterMountain Cab Forward.

As with all LokSound Select Steam Files there are 16 available whistles, which can be changed using CV 48

EMD 16Cyl 645E3 H0

Kato SD40-2 installed after 2-18-2014

First introduced in 1965, the EMD 645 series is still in production on a by-request basis. It is one of the most popular locomotive prime movers ever produced.
This version is an EMD 645E3 16cyl. It has been the most popular 645 produced. This is used in many prototypes including:
GP40, GP40-2, GP40P, GP40P-2, GP40TC, SD40, SD40A, SD40-2, SD40T-2, SDP40, SDP40F, F40PH, Australian National BL Class, GT26CW, DSB Class MZ, DDA40X (dual engine), RENFE Class more…

EMD SD80MAC H0

Kato SD80MAC

Use 16x25mm 50325 Speaker

As with all Select decoders there are also 16 separate horns, 2 separate brake squeals, and 2 bells included on this one sound profile! All changeable using CV48

Baldwin 606 / 606NA-S12 H0

Bowser Baldwin S-12