VT 98 of German State Railway DB is a two motor two axle diesel railcar that had been built between 1953 and 1962. Each motor delivers 150 HP. Transmitted by manual 6 speed gearbox the railcars reach a maximum speed of 90 km/h. Some of the railcars are used by railway museums today. epoch selectable via CV48. epoche 3 (CV 48 = 0), Epoche 4 (CV48 = 1).
In 1938 German „Wehrmacht“ received first samples of three-axle shunting locos for service in military facilities. The units were powered by six-cylinder diesel MWM RHS235S or KHD V6M436. The side rod equipped locos reached a maximum speed of 55 km/h at 700 rpm. For traction of heavy trains all locos were equipped with a double-unit-control. For those consists two units were coupled back-to-back and the throttles were connected by shaft. After WW II both German state railways overtook several more…
Dieselhydraulischer Schnelltriebwagen, 12-Zylinder Motor,
also suitable for SVT 137 ("Hamburg")
diesel railcar VT11.5 of the german railways DB, used for "High end" TEE traffic in the 1950ies. Each motor car was driven by one Maybach MD 650 motors (Mercedes-Benz MB 820 Bb) engine. You can select between 3 airhorns by setting CV48 to a value of either 0,1 or 2
The dieselhydraulic V100 (1968 BR 110 – 115, ab 1992 BR 201 – 204, 293) had been developed by VEB Lokomotivbau „Karl Marx“ for GDR state railway DR for multi purpose service on main and branch lines. The traction motors delivered 1000 HP at 1500 rpm and enabled the loco to reach a maximum speed of 100 km/h. The turbocharged engine 12 KVD 21 SVW is similar to the motor of V180/V100.