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I was looking on the SF Muni page, and had found that their AN440 had B500R transmissions. I did some more looking, and many other AN440s and AN440LFs had this same configuration. Does anyone know why they would be configured B500Rs, when other companies such as the Los Angeles MTA and Boston's MBTA (as well as Paul Revere Transp.) have found B400R transmissions sufficient?

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6 hours ago, LegoNovaLFS2001 said:

I was looking on the SF Muni page, and had found that their AN440 had B500R transmissions. I did some more looking, and many other AN440s and AN440LFs had this same configuration. Does anyone know why they would be configured B500Rs, when other companies such as the Los Angeles MTA and Boston's MBTA (as well as Paul Revere Transp.) have found B400R transmissions sufficient?

Simple. Hills.

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7 hours ago, A. Wong said:

Definitely a rare coach, maybe a prototype? The AN440L is different from the AN440LF though.

Probably Neoplan USA AN440LF Transliner Demonstrator built in early 90s. 1st Generation Model 

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