EMD SD50 - ESU(R) Sound and DCC -- CSX #8618
EMD SD50 - ESU(R) Sound and DCC -- CSX #8618

EMD SD50 - ESU(R) Sound and DCC -- CSX #8618

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Part Number: 910-20370
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This WalthersMainline EMD SD50 is perfect for heavy freight service on your HO Scale railroad. As demand for higher-horsepower units and better fuel economy continued to grow in the late 1970s, EMD began testing a new six-axle model in 1979, which entered production as the SD50 in 1981. Like the prototype, this locomotive is a great addition to your railroad's fleet of heavy diesel road units. The WalthersMainline SD50 has the features you want to make it a star performer on your layout!
One time run of these road numbers, order now - limited quantity available!
Prototypes in main line, regional and lease-fleet service from 1984 to the present
Updated power trucks with HT-C sideframes
Open grating on steps
Phase Two body shell with molded drill starter points for grab irons in EMD SD50-60 Diesel Detail Kit (910-256) sold separately
Correct size RP-25 metal wheels
Proto MAX(TM) metal knuckle couplers
Equipped with ESU sound and DCC for use on DCC and DC layouts featuring:
4 Function outputs with brightness control by CV
Fully DCC compatible
14, 28, 128 speed steps
Dual-mode DC-DCC
4 Air horns changeable by CVs
2 Bells changeable by CVs
Same powerful drive as WalthersProto(R) locos featuring:
5-pole skew-wound motor
14:1 gear ratio
Helical-cut gears for quiet operation and easy multiple unit operation
All-wheel drive and electrical pickup
Dual machined brass flywheels
Heavy die-cast metal chassis
Constant and directional LED headlights

PLEASE NOTE: When operating Walthers-branded DCC-equipped locomotives in DC mode, do not use power packs that exceed an 18V rating. This includes MRC 1300-series power packs which have known issues with our decoders.
Alternate horns and bells include:
CV163 = Nathan K3LA (default)
CV163 = Nathan P3
CV163 = Leslie RS3L
CV163 = Nathan K5LA
CV163 = Nathan P5

CV164 = Steel Air Bell (default)
CV164 = Graham White E-Bell