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Wiring it to chuff in time will be the trick. I’m sure it can be done, but it’ll be a little tricky, when I modify that family of locomotives, I’m almost always ditching the old Pulmor in favor of a large Pittman DC can motor, this opens up a lot of avenues as far as Cruise, 4 chuffs per revolution, etc,.....however, on a simple fan smoke install on one of these, I’ve used the MTH PS1 fan smoke unit with ease, as there’s only two wires to hook up.......also, mounting the unit in the shell, and not on the chassis makes it a whole lot easier,....less worry about having to line it up with the stack,...some modifications to the chassis so existing bracket levers don’t collide with the smoke unit will be necessary,.....

Pat

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