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Paxman Hi-Dyne engine

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Cummins 5.9L Common Rail ISB

The Paxman Hi-Dyne engine was a form of experimental diesel engine developed for rail transport use by the British engine makers Paxman of Colchester. They used variable supercharging to give a constant power output across their speed range.
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