What engine is in a SD40 2?

What engine is in a SD40 2?

V16 diesel engine
EMD SD40-2

Loco weight 368,000 lb (167,000 kilograms) or 184 short tons (164 long tons; 167 t)
Fuel capacity 3,200–4,000 US gal (12,000–15,000 l; 2,700–3,300 imp gal)
Prime mover EMD 16-645E3
Engine type V16 diesel engine

What is a tunnel Motor locomotive?

A tunnel motor refers to an ElectroMotive Diesel SD40T-2 or SD45T-2 locomotive, models that were specifically designed and built to deal with tunnel cooling issues.

What does Boop the snoot mean?

If you’ve never heard the phrase “boop the snoot,” we have an adorable show in store for you — especially if you’re an animal lover. As the phrase implies, this practice involves lightly touching or tapping noses in a sweet, affectionate way. In this case, the noses in question belong to some seriously cute animals.

What does it mean to get Booped?

informal. Said when a person gently pokes someone, especially on the nose, as an affectionate gesture. ‘he reached up, poking her nose, and said, “Boop!”’

How do you respond to Boop?

Most individuals with BOOP require treatment with the anti-inflammatory, corticosteroid medication, usually in the form of prednisone. This therapy often results in dramatic improvement with resolution of symptoms within days or weeks.

What is a SD40 2W locomotive?

SD40-2W. The GMD SD40-2(W) is a Canadian-market version of the SD40-2 diesel-electric locomotive, built for the Canadian National Railway by the Diesel Division of General Motors of Canada Ltd. (formerly General Motors Diesel) of London, Ontario; 123 were constructed between May 1975 and December 1980.

What kind of engine does an EMD SD40 have?

The EMD SD40-2 is a 3,000-horsepower (2,200 kW) C-C road switcher diesel-electric locomotive built by EMD from 1972 to 1989. The SD40-2 was introduced in January 1972 as part of EMD’s Dash 2 series, competing against the GE U30C and the ALCO Century 630. Although higher-horsepower locomotives were available,…

When was the last SD40-2 built in Canada?

Purchased after complications arose from safety concerns on a recent order of MLW M630Ws. 767 is the last SD40-2 built in Canada in July 1985. Units 9000-9024 are GMD SD40-2F.

Was the SD40 the end of Electro-Motive?

In many ways, the SD40 was the final curtain all for Electro-Motive as by the very late 1980s GE overtook the company as leader of locomotive manufacturing and continues to hold that title even today. A trio of Union Pacific SD40-2’s lead trailers eastbound over Sherman Hill at Dale Junction, Wyoming, circa 1982. Mike Bledsoe photo.