Discussion in 'Everything Big Diesel Powered' started by Ford420ci6point9, Sep 25, 2018.
Anyone got one in the USA? I really want one lol especially the 19l V12
Never heard of it had to consult Google
you talking about these?
there's no chance in hell for them to be DOT or EPA legal.
Tatra T815 is a truck family, produced by Czech company Tatra. It uses the traditional tatra concept of rigid backbone tube and swinging half-axles giving independent suspension. The vehicles are available in 4x4, 6x6, 8x8, 10x8, 10x10, 12x8 and 12x12 variants. There are both air-cooled and liquid-cooled engines available with power ranging from 230–440 kilowatts (310–590 hp). As a successor to Tatra T813 it was originally designed for extreme off-road conditions, while nowadays there are also variants designated for mixed (both off- and on-road) use
Air cooled v12? That’s brave.
Yes 100% I LOVE them they're so cool, also a Maz 535 with the like 37 liter v12 I just love those eastern European trucks, I don't even care about legality i just want it for off-roading.
Yeah well a lot of guys use these in Siberia for extreme logging applications, I wouldn't take anything else if I had to go out into a -40* mud terrain 1,000,000 acre hellish landscape with Siberian tigers and brown bears ready to tear your head off and drive 16 hours just to go 200 miles with 7 tons of logs on my trailer. To me this is the ultimate off-road vehicle. Not to mention all their usage in normal conditions and light duty off-road applications. Air cooled is far simpler than liquid cooled and that is why they do it I think.
those damn Russians feed everything steroids. look at what they did to an OBS in this vid.
The green OBS in that video is WOW!
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