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Description: The F414-GE-400 engine incorporates advanced technology with the proven design base of the F404 engine. Two F414 engines power the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet aircraft. The F414 engine is more powerful, durable, reliable and easy to maintain than F404 family engines. The F414 engine also works with higher temperatures and pressures due to the use of new materials and cooling techniques.
Fan Diameter: 890 millimeter
Length: 3.91 meter
Dry Weight: 1,109 kilogram (2,445 pound)
Thrust: 22,000 pound (9,979 kilogram)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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There are 15 news between
26 Mar 2007 and 30 Dec 2014
Tuesday, December 30, 2014US Navy Awards General Electric Contract for F414 Engine SupportThursday, February 28, 2013FMS: Australia Wants 12 F/A-18E/F Super Hornet and 12 EA-18G Growler AircraftTuesday, December 4, 2012US Navy Exercises Contract Option for 52 F414 EnginesFriday, November 30, 2012US Navy Places Order for 15 Lot 37 F/A-18E Super Hornet AircraftFriday, February 11, 2011US Navy Awards PBL Contract for GE F414 Engine Powering F/A-18E/F and EA-18G AircraftWednesday, May 5, 2010Powerful Past, Promising Future Mark 1000th F414 Engine MilestoneThursday, April 1, 2010US Navy to Develop Technologies to Reduce F414 Engine Specific Fuel ConsumptionThursday, August 6, 2009FMS: Brazil Seeks 36 F/A-18E/F Super HornetsMonday, March 30, 2009US Navy Exercises F414 Contract OptionTuesday, March 3, 2009General Electric Receives Contract for 90 Fiscal Year 2009 F414-GE-400 Engines
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