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If you wanna know more about the two powerful engines of the Strike Eagle, then this is the category you should visit. Apart from the engines themselves, all connecting accessories are discussed as well.



Engines Print E-mail
(38 votes, average 3.95 out of 5)
Written by Sabc   

engines_imageThe F-15E Strike Eagle uses Pratt & Whitney engines: either the F100-PW-220 or the F100-PW-229, this latter being the newer version. In this article we present a thorough overview of the engines' working principles, subsystems, operating parameters, pilot controls and much more ...

Last Updated on Monday, 30 May 2011
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Jet Fuel Starter Print E-mail
(25 votes, average 3.48 out of 5)
Written by Sabc   

jfs_imageThe Jet Fuel Starter (JFS) is a simple, scaled down jet engine, which is used to start the two main engines.In this article we give you a detailed overview of not just the JFS itself, but its pilot controls and operating procedures as well. Of course with the usual good photos and illustrations ...

Last Updated on Monday, 30 May 2011
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Air Inlets Print E-mail
(18 votes, average 4.00 out of 5)
Written by Sabc   

inlet_imageSince the F-15E Strike Eagle is a twin engine fighter, each of the engines have its own air induction and air inlet system. In this article we give you a description on this system, carefully illustrated of course, and we show the pilot controls which give manual input to this mainly automatic system ...

Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 October 2010
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Fire Warning System Print E-mail
(6 votes, average 4.33 out of 5)
Written by Sabc   

fire_warning_imageThe Fire Warning/Extinguishing System is included with the Pratt & Whitney F100-PW-220/229 engine integration to the F-15E Strike Eagle. We give an introduction to this system, the different sensors, extinguishing bottles and cockpit controls together with the appropriate illustrations ...

Last Updated on Monday, 30 May 2011
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