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  1. 1

    Anonymous

    superb. waiting for part 2.

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  2. 2

    Anonymous

    typhoon for indian navy? woweee, please post fasttttttttttt!

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  3. 3

    Spetsnaz101

    Good one Shiv, waiting for the next part.

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  4. 4

    Vijay

    Sir, did you make any videos during the visit? if so, can you post them somewhere?

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  5. 5

    Shailendra

    This will come with TOT. Like we can make engines at our home ?

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    the terminator

    Hope for once the Indian decision makers and technocrats think of Indian security aeroengineering needs of the country.

    Hopefully they would get away from the Russian rut and the American propaganda to start a new chapter in Indian aviation. No point in putting all the eggs in the Russian basket and what is the use of lamenting when the Americans squeeze out balls through sanctions when their dicktats are not met.

    Better to have a second front in case we need assistance during a war that seems to be in the making with the Chink aggressive moves (read somewhere they are thinking of establishing a military base in Pakiland) and the jihadi mindset of our American pet, the TSP.

    Pray that this move doesn't get bogged in the arcane moves of baboodom.

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  7. 7

    Sancho

    Hi Shiv, can you say anything about the engine regarding N-LCA? Could they be used for naval fighters, did the guys on EJ tell you something about it?

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    Anonymous

    marinised engine for Naval LCA in 2 years ?

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  9. 9

    AK

    This MRCA stuff is getting so boring that I feel like going to sleep whenever it comes up. I mean it has been more than a decade, what the hell is the MoD waiting for. Another attack from Chinis and Pakis…

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    Anonymous

    Check out this GE link

    http://www.geae.com/engines/military/comparison_turbofan.html

    The dimensions of the F-404 and F 414 are exactly the same (length & max dia. at least)

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    Anonymous

    Hei Dude,
    Do a little homework about the partner nations involved in Eurojet GmbH. The four nations involved in this consortium are UK, Germany, Italy and Spain, not France as reported by you.

    Markus

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