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    Default BNSF sd70ace's are going to be the 9300's!

    after going to a railspot yahoo group luncheon last weekend i got some info on the first roster numbers for teh bnsf sd70ace order. the person i talked to knows a mechanic at bnsf's argentine yard, which is where he got the info from. there are a confirmed 80 orders now, not just 30, and eventually when the first 100 are ordered , they will be numbered 9300-9399. after 100 though is anyones guess still, but at least the first 100 have a number series now!
    Bill Hemb
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    keep shooting those sd70mac's!

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    Oh great. If they are anything like CP's 9300's then look out.

    cp1400

  3. Default Any news on production dates for the BNSF SD70ACe's?

    Any news on production dates for the BNSF SD70ACe's?

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    Swafford

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swafford
    Any news on production dates for the BNSF SD70ACe's?

    Regards,
    Swafford
    i heard the first ones will be on the road sometime in late feburary, early march.....
    Bill Hemb
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    keep shooting those sd70mac's!

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    Those CP 9300's... are they SD90's with a SD70 body? and do they still use them, or did they have problems?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Two-Tone-Green
    Those CP 9300's... are they SD90's with a SD70 body? and do they still use them, or did they have problems?

    Christian

    CP 9300-9303 basically look the same(in style) as the SD70ACe/SD70M-2's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Two-Tone-Green
    Those CP 9300's... are they SD90's with a SD70 body? and do they still use them, or did they have problems?

    Christian

    The CP 9300's are 6000hp SD90MAC-H's. They have a totally different carbody than an SD70/70M/70I. The CP SD90MAC-H's are still in service.

    Bryan Jones

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    Yay, what a birthday present for me! Send 'em my way BNSF!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CSX 700
    The CP 9300's are 6000hp SD90MAC-H's. They have a totally different carbody than an SD70/70M/70I. The CP SD90MAC-H's are still in service.

    Bryan Jones
    Yeah they're still in service, but half the time. The other half the time they're sitting in CEECO waiting for a new engine

    For a while last year you would have been hard pressed to NOT find one of those suckers dead in CEECO.
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