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Thread: Heavy smoke coming out from the leading locomotive in Open Rails

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    Default Heavy smoke coming out from the leading locomotive in Open Rails

    Need your help to reduce the smoke coming out from the leading locomotive from heavy to light in Open Rails. The locomotive that I have is Dieselswest SD40-2 UP. I remember there was a utility file that was created by slipperman before but now can't find them in file library. Anyone remember the name of the file that the smoke can be corrected.

    Let me know what is the name of the file also who is the creator? Maybe I am wrong about slipperman and could be someone else.

    Thank you,

    John

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    MSTS Diesel Power Updater (DPU) VX3.0 https://www.trainsim.com/vbts/tslib....ight&fid=30509


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    Or Slipperman's smoke utility.
    MSTS / ORTS Utility -- RandomDieselSmoke

    https://www.trainsim.com/vbts/tslib....ight&fid=33831

    I use both, but DPU V3.0 is a bit more easier for me personally.
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    Thank you for your reply and will download both then make a decision to see which is better to run the utility.

    Thank you again Mark,

    Have a good day!

    John

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    John,

    I put together a small tutorial in another thread here.
    It's not hard to dial in the exhaust that looks good to you.

    Randy

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    No problem John. Both are great tools to use. They do wonders for me.
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