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Old 15th Sep 2020, 23:52
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Originally Posted by Bus Driver Man View Post
Out of interest, why wasn’t this an issue on the previous CFM/IAE generation? Bigger NEO engine squeezed in a tighter space?
The IAE engines already had a significant motoring cycle prior to fuel input (about 30 seconds), I don't know if the CFMs had something similar. At least the NEO can cool both engines at the same time, something I gather the B737 MAX does not do.
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