SKTRAINS HLD55 Jellow
Take control of a type 55 diesel electric locomotive on DTG's classic train simulator with this add-on!
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The model faithfully reproduces the visual, physical and sound aspect of this type 55 diesel electric locomotive.
Beyond the aspects mentioned above, here is a non-exhaustive list of the main functions reproduced:
- VA (automatic standby).
- Realistic sounds.
- Power and amperage conform to reality (with simulated motor torque).
- Possibility to isolate the security system of the train.
- Simulated cooling system (temperature, fans,..).
- Commissioning in accordance with reality.
- Different cabs depending on the train (Green cab, Memor cab, TBL1+ cab).
- Real numbering and UIC inscription.
- Advanced particle system (combustion smoke)
- Realistic braking system.
Variants included in this pack:
- Three exterior variants (full snow plow, simplified snow plow and without snow plow (only on 5518, 22 and 30).
- Normal texture and winter with snow variant.
Official release date: Friday April 14, 2023.
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