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Re: V 320 001

Postby Christtking » Sun Apr 14, 2013 12:54 pm

To jmass and everyone else interested in the model: Check out this web site: (www.cyberrailer.de)! The guy's name is Mario. He modifies RTR models from Tillig Bahn TT, ROCO TT, BECKMANN TT and some other manufacturers. He converts some existing models in order to create other models (replicas of real life prototypes) or other versions of the existing available models that are not manufactured by any company. Very interesting and educational. Enjoy!
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Re: V 320 001

Postby ConducTTor » Sun Apr 14, 2013 12:59 pm

I follow him on tt-b. The guy is really good.
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Re: V 320 001

Postby LVG1 » Thu May 16, 2013 3:58 pm

LVG1 wrote:
jmass wrote:at 4000 horsepower, makes them one strong locomotive.


Sorry:
3800 h.p.


Concerning power, I have a question. May be, it's a little bit off-topic.

I know that the measuring unit "horse power" differs depending on the region where it's used.
In continental Europe 1 horse power is exactly 735.5 Watts.
American horse power is more. But how much? Can anybody tell me the exact conversion multiplier?
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Re: V 320 001

Postby Rich1853 » Mon Aug 13, 2018 8:45 am

LVG1 wrote:
Christtking wrote:There is a group (society) for model railroaders in Europe (kind of like NMRA in the USA), I believe it is in Germany. It is called AKTT.


NMRA is a large organization for all scales which defines norms.
Norms of European Model railways (NEM) are defined by MOROP—a Europe-wide organization based in Switzerland. So MOROP would be comparable to NMRA.

AKTT is a German association for TT scale only. It's by far not comparable to NMRA.


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Re: V 320 001

Postby krokodil » Mon Aug 13, 2018 10:35 am

LVG1 wrote:
LVG1 wrote:
jmass wrote:at 4000 horsepower, makes them one strong locomotive.


Sorry:
3800 h.p.


Concerning power, I have a question. May be, it's a little bit off-topic.

I know that the measuring unit "horse power" differs depending on the region where it's used.
In continental Europe 1 horse power is exactly 735.5 Watts.
American horse power is more. But how much? Can anybody tell me the exact conversion multiplier?
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Roughly 745-746W. ( mechanical/electrical power).
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