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Posted 10 July 2015 - 10:53 AM



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Posted 13 July 2015 - 08:36 AM

This is literally the only piece of software that makes me wish I still had a Windows machine.

 

Mac is much better at providing means of emulating Windows than the other way around.  Maybe cost-prohibitive, but a possibility.  Sometimes all the I/O don't work just right, but there are some that are better than others.

 

I won't assume you've already looked into that, but if you or someone has, it'd be helpful to know if any of the emulators work and what the limitations are.


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Posted 13 July 2015 - 03:28 PM

 


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Posted 27 July 2015 - 07:49 PM

I have TS2015. I had TS2012 and had a bunch of routes I lived, including the full NEC and rural Japan. Any way I can get those for 2015? Pretty pricey to get again. :(

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Posted 29 July 2015 - 01:58 PM

Is there going to be a TS2016?



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Posted 31 July 2015 - 10:16 PM

I have TS2015. I had TS2012 and had a bunch of routes I lived, including the full NEC and rural Japan. Any way I can get those for 2015? Pretty pricey to get again. :(

 

VF they carry over. When 2012 updated to 2013 and then 2014 etc. All the software updates. But also the stuff you have bought carries over. Hope that makes sense. 


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Posted 02 August 2015 - 10:22 AM

Is there going to be a TS2016?

Yes.



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Posted 06 August 2015 - 02:59 PM

 

Is there going to be a TS2016?

Yes.

 

Well, good.  Do you think they'll get around to putting whistle posts on the Cajon Pass route?  I know:  a minor detail.  :angry:


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Posted 06 August 2015 - 11:23 PM

 

 

Is there going to be a TS2016?

Yes.

 

Well, good.  Do you think they'll get around to putting whistle posts on the Cajon Pass route?  I know:  a minor detail.  :angry:

 

Don't count on it lol. DTG product support is spotty at best (took them months to release a patch for the M8 that probably took a few hours to code and test), and for such a minor detail, I doubt it would even cross their minds, especially on a piece of DLC that is as old as Cajon Pass :P



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Posted 15 August 2015 - 08:20 AM

Quiet zone? What quiet zone? ;)

DLC link: http://store.steampo...com/app/258648/

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Posted 15 August 2015 - 10:12 AM

I have TS2015. I had TS2012 and had a bunch of routes I lived, including the full NEC and rural Japan. Any way I can get those for 2015? Pretty pricey to get again. :(

 
VF they carry over. When 2012 updated to 2013 and then 2014 etc. All the software updates. But also the stuff you have bought carries over. Hope that makes sense. 


I see what happened. I had the original Microsoft TS with all my routes. Unfortunately, I don't think I can carry them through to TS2015 which is now on Steam.

May just go back to MSTS.

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Posted 16 August 2015 - 05:50 AM

This is the Chicago & Southwest Productions Metra EMD F40PH-3 Locomotive & Nippon Sharyo Gallery Cab Car Physics Modification pack version 1.0 
 
In order to utilize this freeware physics upgrade, you must have purchased the "The Racetrack: Aurora - Chicago Route Add-On" pack available at Steam: http://store.steampo...com/app/258648/
 
This is a freeware pack; in no way is it to be used for commercial purposes. You are free, however to further modify the physics enhancements found in this pack for personal use if you so choose.
 
This is NOT a mod pack. That full mod pack MAY be available separately from this one in the future once I have acquired sounds. Stay tuned.
 
The purpose of this pack is to adjust the physics performance of the EMD F40PH-3 locomotive and the associated Gallery Cab Car.
 
SIDE NOTE: To obtain Metra logo and decals for rolling stock, download this pack: http://railworksamer...=24:accessories(http://www.facebook.com/groups/720469151375805/files/)
 
List of general changes; specific changes for each specific locomotive located below:
1. Modified tractive effort and braking effort curves.
2. Modified power ratings @ alternator and @ wheel.
3. Modified cab car fuel capacity.
4. Removed coupler slack.
5. Changed brake pipe normal pressure from 90 PSI to 110 PSI. Actual Metra equipment runs with 90 PSI in the brake pipe, but the game engine runs the brake gauges a little better if the pressure is set to 110 PSI. In addition, there is an issue with custom built consists with the cab leading not taking power if the brake pipe is set to 90 PSI. A future edition of this physics mod will be released to correct this problem; at which time, we will revert back to using the 90 PSI brake pipe.
6. Modified the cab car so that it does not provide tractive effort to the train set; only the locomotive applies tractive effort after the installation of this mod.
7. Adjusted cab car HUD ammeter upper limit from 1500 to 1800.
 
Version 2.0 of this mod will include a signature JohnS brake fix that will correct the air gauge functionality and allow a return back to the prototypical 90 PSI brake pipe rating.
 
NOTE: Although the F40PH-3 locomotive comes default with a neat HEP mode toggle ability, this only affects engine RPM; tractive power is not affected, so I have included two sets of physics that the user can switch between. Specifics are listed below for each set of physics. Instructions on how to perform the switch are included in the owner's manual, also located below.
 
Technical specifications:
 
1. EMD F40PH-2 (EMD 645; 3200 THP; no HEP)
a. Starting tractive effort of 65,000 lbs (289.1344 kN)
b. Continuous tractive effort of 38,240 lbs (170.1 kN) @ 16.31 mph
c. Dynamic Brake effort of 35,000 lbs (177.93 kN) @ 55 mph; extended range sawtooth curve between 55 mph and 36 mph. Fade to 0 lbs @ 0.5 mph (not in use)
d. Wheel horsepower of 2,850 hp (2,390 kW) @ 30 mph
e. Maximum speed of 103 mph
  f. Engine RPM range = 410 - 900 
g. RPM change rate (rpm/second) = 18 
  h. Fuel consumption range (gph)= 4 - 155 
i. Weight = 260,142.8 lbs (118 metric tons)
j. Fuel capacity = 1500 gallons
k. Max traction amps = 1785
l. Max brake amps = 700 (not in use)
 
2. EMD F40PH-2 (EMD 645; 3200 THP; 500 kW HEP [7 - 11 cars])
a. Starting tractive effort of 65,000 lbs (289.1344 kN)
b. Continuous tractive effort of 38,240 lbs (170.1 kN) @ 16.31 mph
c. Dynamic Brake effort of 35,000 lbs (177.93 kN) @ 55 mph; extended range sawtooth curve between 55 mph and 36 mph. Fade to 0 lbs @ 0.5 mph (not in use)
d. Wheel horsepower of 2,210 hp (2,390 kW) @ 22 mph
e. Maximum speed of 103 mph
  f. Engine RPM range = 410 - 900 
g. RPM change rate (rpm/second) = 18 
  h. Fuel consumption range (gph)= 24 - 155 
i. Weight = 260,142.8 lbs (118 metric tons)
j. Fuel capacity = 1500 gallons
k. Max traction amps = 1785
l. Max brake amps = 700 (not in use)
 
NOTE: Because of they way the game engine works, subbing in these real world values does result in slower high end acceleration. Run the locomotive with the non-HEP physics if it bothers you that you can't make it to track speed.
 
IMPORTANT; Install Instructions:
 
1. Locate BNSFChicago (C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\RailWorks\Assets\Barnez\BNSFChicago)
2. Open TS2015_Metra_EMD_F40PH_&_Gallery_Cab_Car_Physics_Mod_Pack.7z
3. Drag the file folder from the .rar in step 2 into the directory you opened in step 1.
4. The installation should be complete. Run TS2015 to check.
5. If installation is botched or does not work, to back up to original files, delete the folder from step 3.
 
Owner's Manual:
Once installation is complete, the pack defaults to using the non-HEP locomotive's traction physics. In order to switch between the HEP and non-HEP locomotive physics, follow the steps below:
 
1. Locate the following two directories:
1a. C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\RailWorks\Assets\Barnez\BNSFChicago\RailVehicles\Diesel\F40PH\Chicago
1b. C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\RailWorks\Assets\Barnez\BNSFChicago\RailVehicles\Passenger\NSbilevel\NSCabCoach\Engine
2. Within each of the two above directories, you will see two more folders labelled "HEP+" (HEP version) and "HEP-" (non-HEP version).
3. Once you've chosen which version of physics you want to run with, enter the respective folder, copy the contents inside, return to the previous directory, and paste the contents that you copied. Overwrite when asked.
4. Physics set swap should be complete; run TS2015 to confirm.
5. Expert users can run multiple physics sets at the same time if they choose. The key is to make one locomotive (driver) a HEP locomotive, and the other (no driver) a non-HEP locomotive. I'll let these expert users figure out how to do that.
 
NOTE: When trying to run a career scenario after installing any physics mod, you will have to bypass the "track.bin" error message that pops up by pressing "F2", then hitting save. The scenario will then be playable.
 
Thank you for downloading and installing.
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Posted 16 August 2015 - 01:40 PM

This is the Chicago & Southwest Productions Metra EMD F40PH-3 Locomotive & Nippon Sharyo Gallery Cab Car Bell & Door Sound Mod Pack V1.0.
 
In order to utilize this freeware physics upgrade, you must have purchased the "The Racetrack: Aurora - Chicago Route Add-On" pack available at Steam: http://store.steampo...com/app/258648/
 
This is a freeware pack; in no way is it to be used for commercial purposes. You are free, however to further modify the bell sound enhancements found in this pack for personal use if you so choose.
 
THIS IS NOT A PHYSICS UPGRADE PACK. Physics mod is available separately.
 
The main purpose of this pack is to replace the mediocre stock bell sounds with authentic bell sounds (exterior and interior versions) for both the cab car and the locomotive.
 
This pack also replaces the door sounds (audible only while in the cab car at the moment). Sounds sourced to Tyler Johnston.
 
 
IMPORTANT; Install Instructions:
 
1. Locate BNSFChicago (C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\RailWorks\Assets\Barnez\BNSFChicago)
2. Open TS2015_Metra_EMD_F40PH_&_Gallery_Cab_Car_Bell_&_Door_Mod_Pack.7z
3. Drag the file folder from the .rar in step 2 into the directory you opened in step 1.
4. The installation should be complete. Run TS2015 to check.
5. If installation is botched or does not work, to back up to original files, delete the folder from step 3. Then proceed to contact me and let me know so I can fix the issue.
 
Thank you for downloading and installing.
Enjoy =)
 


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Posted 23 August 2015 - 03:24 PM

Ever want to remanufacture your virtual AEM-7DC? Well, now you can lol:
 
This is the Amtrak EMD AEM-7AC & DC Physics and Sound Upgrade pack, TS2015 edition.
 
In order to utilize this freeware physics & sound upgrade, you must have purchased the Northeast Corridor Add-On pack available at Steam: http://store.steampo....com/app/65232/
 
This is a freeware pack; in no way is it to be used for commercial purposes. You are free, however to further modify the physics & sound enhancements found in this pack for personal use if you so choose.
 
The purpose of this pack is to correct some physics errors in the original AEM-7, correct the coupler spacing issue with the Amfleet cars in version 48.9a of TS2015, and add new horn and bell sounds.
THIS UPDATE adds AEM-7AC physics and sounds (and number restrictions). Read the "owner's manual" section for instructions on how to switch between the two physics sets.
AEM-7AC sound development was facilitated by this video:
 
Sound portion information:
On popular request, this pack comes with two (now three) bell sounds (low pitch and high pitch), both recorded directly off of AEM-7DC units, in addition to the K5LA (which comes with exterior and in-cab loops).
Read the "owner's manual" section for instructions on how to switch between the two different bell sounds.
 
NOTE: The interior E-bell sound is VERY soft, so if you don't hear it unless you're trying or the volume is up, that's normal.
 
Physics Parameter Change Log (DC Unit):
1. Adjusted tractive effort and braking effort curves based on real world figures available online: http://www2.hcmuaf.e...nsportation.pdf
2. Adjusted maximum amperage ratings; 2250 for traction and 970 for braking. Traction amps based here: http://i324.photobuc...1671s11Kvsm.jpg
 
For more specifics on the specific values that were changed, proceed here: http://railworksamer...hp?f=31&t=10793
 
Physics Parameter Change Log (AC Unit):
1. Adjusted tractive effort curve based on real world figures available online: http://www.sonic.net...ck-Draft/a7.pdf
2. Adjusted maximum amperage ratings; 517 for traction and 340 for braking. 517 amps = 51,700 lbs TE; -340 amps = 34,000 lbs dynamic brake effort
 
Technical specifications:
 
1. EMD AEM-7DC (7000 THP)
a. Starting tractive effort of 65,000 lbs (289.1344 kN)
b. Continuous tractive effort of 45,000 lbs (200 kN) @ 64 mph
c. Dynamic Brake effort of 15,600 lbs (70 kN) @ 36 mph
d. Wheel horsepower of 7,600 hp (5,672 kW) @ 65 mph; fade to 5,000 hp (3,731 kW) @ 125 mph
e. Maximum speed of 125 mph
i. Weight = 202,823.2 lbs (92 metric tons)
k. Max traction amps = 2250
l. Max brake amps = 970
 
2. EMD / Alstom AEM-7AC (7000 THP)
a. Starting tractive effort of 51,700 lbs (230 kN) @ 0 mph - 43 mph
b. Continuous tractive effort of 38,240 lbs (170.1 kN) @ 65 mph
c. Dynamic Brake effort of 34,000 lbs (177.93 kN) @ 64.5 mph - 18 mph; fade to 0 lbs @ 13.5 mph
d. Wheel horsepower of 6,834 hp (5,100 kW) @ 65 mph - 125 mph
e. Maximum speed of 125 mph
i. Weight = 202,823.2 lbs (92 metric tons)
k. Max traction amps = 517
l. Max brake amps = ~340 (@ 90% auto brake handle)
 
IMPORTANT; Install Instructions
 
1. Open the Northeast Corridor asset pack until the directory reads "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\RailWorks\Assets\RSC\NorthEastCorridor"
2. Then open the "Railworks_AEM-7DC_Physics_&_Sound_Mod_Update.rar" file.
3. Drag all file folders from the .rar file and into the directory you opened in step one.
4. Overwrite if asked.
5. The installation should be complete. Run TS2015 to check.
 
OWNER'S MANUAL:
Once installation is complete, the default bell that is being used is the e-bell. In order to change the bell that is used, follow the instructions below:
1a. Open folders until directory reads "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\RailWorks\Assets\RSC\NorthEastCorridor\Audio\RailVehicles\Electric\AEM-7\Cab"
1b. You will see three folders; "High Bell", "Low Bell", and "E-bell"
2. Open the respective folder that contains the horn.proxyxml bell you want to use and copy the file (CTRL + C).
3. Proceed back to the directory from step 1a.
4. Paste the selected file (CTRL + V); overwrite when prompted
5. Bell swap should be complete. Run TS2015 to confirm.
 
Once installation is complete, pack defaults to AEM-7AC physics. In order to swap physics, follow the instructions below:
1a. Open folders until directory reads "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\RailWorks\Assets\RSC\NorthEastCorridor\RailVehicles\Electric\AEM7\Default\Simulation"
1b. You will see two folders; "AC" & "DC"
2. Open the respective folder that contains the physics set you want to use and copy the files within (CTRL + C).
3. Proceed back to the directory from step 1a.
4. Paste the selected files (CTRL + V); overwrite when prompted
5. Physics swap should be complete. Run TS2015 to confirm.
 
Once installation is complete, the pack defaults to choosing only the AEM-7AC numbers. In order to change the numbers that are used, follow the instructions below:
1a. Open folders until directory reads "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\RailWorks\Assets\RSC\NorthEastCorridor\RailVehicles\Electric\AEM7\Default\Engine"
1b. You will see two folders; "AC" & "DC"
2. Open the respective folder that contains the .dcsv file you want to use and copy the file within (CTRL + C).
3. Proceed back to the directory from step 1a.
4. Paste the selected file (CTRL + V); overwrite when prompted
5. Bell swap should be complete. Run TS2015 to confirm.
 
Thank you for downloading and installing.
Enjoy =)
 

Edited by Fan Railer, 23 August 2015 - 04:10 PM.


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Posted 23 August 2015 - 07:09 PM

 
Acela and HHP-8 Mod Packs updated with Alstom AC Traction Motor sounds. Read the readme.txt files for more information:
 
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Posted 28 August 2015 - 09:09 AM

All mods applied to NKP 765 here can be downloaded over at Railworks America: 



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Posted 13 November 2015 - 01:46 PM

 
This is the Metro-North P32AC-DM & Shoreliner Cab Car Comprehensive Mod Pack V1.0 for TS2016
 
In order to utilize this freeware sound & physics upgrade, you must have purchased the "Metro-North P32 AC-DM 'Genesis' Loco Add-On" pack available at Steam: http://store.steampo...com/app/258655/
 
This is a freeware pack; in no way is it to be used for commercial purposes. You are free, however to use the sound & physics enhancements found in this pack for personal use if you so choose.
 
THIS IS BOTH A SOUND AND PHYSICS UPGRADE PACK.
 
The main purpose of this pack is to make use of the proper horn and bell sound files that were somehow overlooked by DTG in the beta test process, introduce authentic Leslie RS2M horn sounds (exterior and cab versions) and authentic bell sounds (exterior and cab versions). This pack also replaces the door sounds and adds brake release sounds.
 
From a physics perspective, this pack introduces new weight and tractive effort values to give a more realistic operating feel.
 
Included is the signature JohnS brake fix. Additionally, the number of throttle notches on the Shoreliner Cab Car have been fixed.
 
Finally, this pack gives the user the ability to switch between GE P32AC-DM physics and MPI HSP46 physics. Follow the instructions provided below to switch between.
 
Technical specifications:
 
1. GE P32AC-DM (GE 7FDL-12; 3300 GHP; no HEP)
 a. Starting tractive effort of 62,000 lbs (275.8 kN) up to 14 mph
 b. Continuous TE of 45,051.7 lbs (200.4 kN) @ 25 mph
 c. Dynamic Brake effort of 34,500 lbs (153.423 kN) @ 35 mph to 5 mph; linear fade from max brake effort @ 5 mph to 0 lbs @ 2 mph; resistor grid rating of 3,216 hp (2,400 kW)
 d. Wheel horsepower of 3,000 hp (2,239 kW) @ 25 mph; assuming 0 kW HEP load
 e. Weight of 124.5 metric tons (274,472.7 lbs)
 f. Max traction amps = 620 (62,000 lbs)s
 g. Max braking amps = 345 (34,500 lbs)
 h. Engine RPM range = 315 - 900
 i. RPM change rate (rpm/second) = 25 
 j. Fuel consumption range (gph)= 29 - 160
 k. Maximum speed of 110 mph
 
2. MPI HSP46 (GE GEVO-12; 4700 GHP; no HEP)
 a. Starting tractive effort of 65,000 lbs (289.1344 kN) up to 24.832 mph
 b. Continuous TE of 20,176 lbs (89.747 kN) @ 80 mph
 c. Dynamic Brake effort of 35,209 lbs (156.619 kN) @ 50 mph to 5 mph; linear fade from max brake effort @ 5 mph to 0 lbs @ 2 mph; resistor grid rating of 4,690 hp (3,500 kW)
 d. Wheel horsepower of 4,300 hp (2,239 kW) @ 24.832 mph; assuming 0 kW HEP load
 e. Weight of 131.543 metric tons (290,000 lbs)
 f. Max traction amps = 650 (65,000 lbs)
 g. Max braking amps = 352 (35,209 lbs)
 h. Engine RPM range = 315 - 900
 i. RPM change rate (rpm/second) = 25 
 j. Fuel consumption range (gph)= 35 - 210
 k. Maximum speed of 110 mph
 
 
IMPORTANT; Install Instructions
 
1. Locate P32Pack01 (C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\RailWorks\Assets\RSC\P32Pack01)
2. Open Railworks_Metro-North_P32AC-DM_and_Shoreliner_Cab_Car_Comprehensive_Mod_Pack.rar
3. Drag the file folders from the .rar in step 2 into the directory you opened in step 1.
4. The installation should be complete. Run TS2016 to check.
5. If installation is botched or does not work, to back up to original files, delete the folder from step 3. Then proceed to contact me and let me know so I can fix the issue.
 
User Manual:
Upon installation, the pack defaults to using the GE P32AC-DM (3300 GHP) physics. In order to switch physics, follow the steps below:
 
1. Open the following directories:
a. "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\RailWorks\Assets\RSC\P32Pack01\RailVehicles\Diesel\P32DC\Simulation"
b. "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\RailWorks\Assets\RSC\P32Pack01\RailVehicles\Diesel\P32DC\Engine"
2. In each of those directories, you will see three folders (one for each set of locomotive physics):
a. "P32AC-DM (3300 GHP)"
b. "HSP46 (4700 GHP)"
3. Once you choose which set of physics to use, open the respective physics folder in all three directories from step 1.
4. Copy (CTRL + C) all files you find in the opened folder located in directory 1a.
5. Proceed back to directory 1a and paste (CTRL + V) the copied files into the directory; overwrite when prompted.
6. Copy (CTRL + C) all files you find in the opened folder located in directory 1b.
7. Proceed back to directory 1b and paste (CTRL + V) the copied files into the directory; overwrite when prompted.
8. If the previous 7 steps were completed properly, the physics swap should be successful; run TS2016 to check.
 
Thank you for downloading and installing.
Enjoy =)
 





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