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Old 04-21-2007, 05:35 AM   #15
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And from a third Gary...

I have the ISL 370 Hp configuration (400 HP ISL block, slightly detuned to 370 HP) and roll at about 34,000 lbs plus a 4700 lb toad. I would describe the performance as "effortless" - nothing seems to phase it. Haven't climbed any really long, steep grades yet, but it handles everything else without even getting out of overdrive..

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Old 04-21-2007, 12:14 PM   #16
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gary,usually with Monaco the ISC has a pacbrake and the ISL has 2 stage Jake brake.On some models they will use a pacbrake in liew of jake for cost purpose..
the 330 cummins will do fine. you can always have the ISC turned up (new software for engine perameters) by a cummins dealer.

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