Like the lighter P12, the Pacific P16 was designed for the logging industry. However, as a super heavy off-road truck, the P16 is slow, clunky and massive. It may not break any speed records, but it has the ability to traverse terrain unfit for most other trucks. Like its lighter cousin, the P16 requires some engine upgrades to make it truly shine.
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.
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.