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  • #16
    Originally posted by YYZPICS
    You should of asked the equivalent, the C32 is to easy
    I didn't say that he was right. Even though he was, that wasn't the answer I had in mind, so I still think it unanswered (correctly, anyhow).

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Star Alliance
      I didn't say that he was right. Even though he was, that wasn't the answer I had in mind, so I still think it unanswered (correctly, anyhow).
      umm interesting okay

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      • #18
        Lets keep the thread going.
        BH Airlines A319

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Bok269
          C-32? Thatd be too easy.
          That is incorrect at the C-32A uses the PW2040 engine.

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          • #20
            There are no US Military aircraft that use the RB221 engine although I know it's used on the Orbital Sciences L1011. The 757 uses RB 211 engines BTW.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Stephen Toernblom
              There are no US Military aircraft that use the RB221 engine although I know it's used on the Orbital Sciences L1011. The 757 uses RB 211 engines BTW.
              well so much for that question

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