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original cab model by Marcos Braga designer
several tanker parts by Pham Minh D.
tank and rear wheels modeled in quads by Optimaforever (according to photos, so not 100% accurate)
cleaned and tweaked by Optimaforever (reversed wrong normals, highpoly detailing removed or cleaned, less materials)
Model: R730 normal cab V8 engine
The new family of heavy-haulage tractors can be specified with Scania’s most powerful, 3,500 Nm and 730 hp 16.4-litre V8, Scania’s extra heavy-duty overdrive gearbox, Scania Opticruise automated gear changing and 9 or 10-tonne front and tag axles.
Other specifications options include a 32-tonne hub reduction tandem bogie, drum or disc brakes, air suspension or parabolic leaf springs and heavy-duty flitched frame. The 8×4 version is ready to take on gross train weights of up to 180 or 250 tonnes, depending on factors such as the choice of axles and local regulations.
Scania’s V8 engine is offered in outputs from 500 hp. An interesting option for some applications is Scania’s 13-litre inline six-cylinder engine with up to 2,500 Nm and 480 hp, an engine renowned for its high torque-to-power ratio.
Engines are available that comply with emission levels Euro 6/5/4/3 and EEV as well as Japanese regulations. All are based on a common platform with uniform architecture that simplifies servicing and parts supply.
The mechanical transmission, without torque converter, makes the powertrain highly efficient, with excellent fuel economy in tough conditions. The 12+2-speed overdrive gearbox has twin crawler gears for easy starting, yet provides main road cruising at reasonable engine revs.
Sophisticated clutch control allows smooth starts with minimum slip. A special manoeuvring-mode offers control with millimetre precision. A torque converter gearbox is offered as an option.
Six, eight and ten-wheelers are offered. Steered tag axles can be specified in front of, or behind, the bogie. The compact rear axle set-up allows the wheelbase to be as short as 3,300 mm on the four-axle. All-wheel-drive 6×6 and 8×8 can be specified. (8×8 as special order). Front and rear trailer couplings can be specified.
Heavy-haulage tractors are often specified with high-roof sleeper cabs, such as the Scania Topline. This is partly for comfort and partly to connect naturally to the special rack behind the cab housing hydraulics, air tanks, fuel and other specialised equipment. Lower and shorter cabs are available. These include flat-roof cabs designed to maximise space above the cab to carry an overhead crane, for example.
The high-mounted R-series cab range is mandatory in combination with the V8 engine, whereas the medium-high G-series is an option with 6-cylinder engines.
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