By Tony Barthel We used to have a neighbor who would race cars. He loves his Dynamax Super C motorhome because of the incredible towing capacity, which made sense for the enclosed car carrier/garage wherein there would be whatever he was racing at the moment along with enough tools and supplies to fix it when he crashed. He crashed a lot. But that Dynamax Super C was immaculate every time. I took a look at a 2021 Dynamax DynaQuest XL 3400KD Super C motorhome to see how these have been upgraded since I saw my neighbor’s. The first thing I can say is that all the reasons he had his are still valid today. The DynaQuest XL 3400KD is based on a Freightliner chassis and is motivated by a Cummins 8.9L diesel engine good for 450 horsepower and 1250 ft-lbs of torque, which is a truckload by my own description. That much power means that you can hustle this beast up and down hills with a decided amount of ease with the 20,000 lbs. it is rated to tow along behind it. I think my neighbor’s trailer was somewhere in the neighborhood of 10,000 lbs., which is more than my full-sized pickup is rated to tow but half what this machine is able to tug along. Now you see one of the primary reasons people buy these. It’s a truck. Just a really, really nicely outfitted one. The interior is quite nice indeed, with polished tile floors and beautiful […]