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Definitely different I like it .

Shame Mack didn't have a big enough motor of their own to power the Mack Pack though . (Ya I like my 2 Stroke Detroits but not in a bulldog )


Mack market research at the time indicated that prospective customers were more inclined towards the Detroit Diesel. And Detroit was already the popular powertrain for higher tonnage Mack off-highway M-Series (M-35X and larger), up to the 700hp 16-71T-N75 (Cummins also being availanble, up to the 700hp VTA-1710C.

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