A relatively recent addition to a vehicle lineup dating back to World War II, the Pacific P12 is an intimidatingly large super-heavy logging truck. It's original factory engine is not necessarily a powerhouse, but with some adjustment this truck is an all-terrain transport that can put many of its competitors to shame.
A modern take on the old engine, increasing its reliability, power and acceleration at the cost of higher fuel consumption.
A very rare alternative to a regular heavy truck engine. It sacrifices fuel consumption for nearly unparalleled power and durability, and better acceleration.
An improved gearbox variant that offers a full range of gears at the cost of higher fuel consumption.
Metal Detector Module.
A hulking monstrosity of a gearbox, this variant allows to fine-tune the Low Gear / R Gear transfer ratio in exchange for increased fuel consumption, especially in AWD mode or without proper maintenance.