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Old 07-21-2014, 11:17 AM   #11
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I have a Lionel 6-38690 locomotive with Trainsounds not Railsounds. It doesn't smoke well. When you state your system works with conventional, is this unit conventional? If so, how much will you charge me to put your system in it?
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Unfortunately, that has a mechanical "puffer" smoke unit, not fan driven smoke. My board only works with fan driven smoke.

It's possible to put in a fan driven unit, obviously that runs up the cost significantly.
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Old 07-21-2014, 03:15 PM   #13
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Thanks, I was afraid of that.
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In case anyone missed it, a new version has been released: JW&A - 10300 - SUPER-CHUFFER II, Smoke Enhancement Kit

It adds a couple of enhancements, and it's about 30% smaller, really makes it fit where the previous model didn't make it. It's smaller in every dimension, even a bit thinner. I recently stuffed it into a 2-8-0 Lionel Consolidation, something that I couldn't get the previous version to fit into.

The new Super-Chuffer II on the left, the original Super-Chuffer on the right.

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