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Subject: Re: Wanderlodge 1996 vs 1994


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Harvey Lawrence
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Date Posted: 04/ 1/ 05, 7:30am
In reply to: Leigh 's message, "Wanderlodge 1996 vs 1994" on 03/ 28/ 05, 7:24am

Liegh,
Both of the engines you mentioned are good and will drive the respective coachs down the road in good fashion, BUT if it were me, I would take the series sixty Detroit without question!! First,the engine is electronically controlled which means precise fuel measuring and delivery. This equates to better combustion and better fuel milage.The 8V92 was not made after 1990's and if you go to a Detroit dealer for service, often they have no one on their staff who even knows how to tune up a 6V or 8V92. All you have to do with the series 60 is plug the computer in and it tells you what to do next. That makes all the service people smart and give you a good running engine.
Harv

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