RailPictures.Net Photo: GO 647 GO Transit (Greater Toronto Transit Authority) MPI MP40PH-3C at Boise, Idaho by Rob Boes
 
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GO Transit (Greater Toronto Transit Authority) (more..)
MPI MP40PH-3C (more..)
Motive Power, Inc. (more..)
Boise, Idaho, USA (more..)
June 22, 2015
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GO 647 (more..)
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Rob Boes (more..)
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Remarks & Notes 
GO 647 has been rebuilt with two Cummins QSK60 engines by Motive Power, and now has a new hood configuration and longer body to accommodate the upgrades. It now sports 5400 H.P. and is tier 4 compliant. The unit can run on either a single engine or both engines as needed. It will be tested at the DOT's transportation test center in Colorado before shipping out to Canada.
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