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The New GE9X Engine For The 777X Is Wider In Diameter Than A 737! by Boondawg
Started on: 01-04-2019 10:27 PM
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WOW, AMAZING, FREAKING AMAZING

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I'm curious what new aircraft this is intended for.

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They are gonna turn it into a modern version of a GeeBee

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Originally posted by blackrams: I'm curious what new aircraft this is intended for.

The Boeing 777x. Here's an article:

https://www.popularmechanic...ng-ge9x-777x-photos/

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105,000 pounds of thrust.

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Originally posted by Blacktree:

The Boeing 777x. Here's an article:

https://www.popularmechanic...ng-ge9x-777x-photos/


Thanks for the link. Should be an impressive plane.

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It's for the 777-8 and the 777-9. They both use Dreamliner technology.

The new 777-8 and -9 will have a commercial aircraft first: Folding wings... 12 feet of each wing will fold in (like Navy jets) to allow gates to be used without expensive refits.

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Is anyone else scandalized by the 777 coming out AFTER the 787?

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