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Pratt & Whitney F100-PW-220 Engine


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Maximum thrust: 23,770 pounds

Intermediate thrust: 14,590 pounds

Weight: 3,234 pounds

Length, flange to flange: 191 inches

Inlet diameter: 34.8 inches

Maximum diameter: 46.5 inches

Bypass ratio: 0.6-to-1

Overall pressure ratio: 25-to-1

The F100 family of fighter engines evolved from Pratt & Whitney's tradition of dependable engines. The first F100 entered service in 1974.
More than 6,400 F100s, in the air forces of the United States and 17 other nations, have accumulated more than 14 million engine flight hours.
The F100-PW-220 is the successor to the F100-PW-100 that powers the twin-engine Boeing F-15 and single-engine Lockheed Martin F-16 fighters.

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