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Old 09-13-2018, 12:16 PM   #15
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Owned a country coach C9 cat yes they flashed the ecm and it ran smother it did not get any better fuel economy. I found that coach care cummins had no issues working an a cat just longer to get specific parts. I found that it is a much higher reving motor and my cummins isl 400 runs at lower rpm quieter and smother but get same place at about same time. Does she like the layout of the coach that is most important
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most every large or medium city has a bus shop for the schools and the nice Prevost bus for trips by travel agencies, or the casinos ect.. our bus shop has a lot of the big busses for the casino... and they are certified shops for cat, Cummins, freightliner, ect.. I will not go the truck ones as they never have the time or the space or bays with pits to work.at least here.. the bus shop has way more pits and time to talk and show you the problems and slightly cheaper labor and discount on parts...
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