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Amberley F414 engine cell tested

written by australianaviation.com.au | March 17, 2010
Water vapour jets out from the F414 during the start-up procedure. (Dept of Defence)
Water vapour jets out from the F414 during the start-up procedure. (Dept of Defence)

A General Electric F414-GE-400 engine for the RAAF’s Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornets was tested in a new engine test cell at RAAF Amberley for the first time on March 8. The ‘un-installed engine test cell’ is managed by Tasman Aviation Enterprises.

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Amberley F414 engine cell tested

written by australianaviation.com.au | March 17, 2010
Water vapour jets out from the F414 during the start-up procedure. (Dept of Defence)
Water vapour jets out from the F414 during the start-up procedure. (Dept of Defence)

A General Electric F414-GE-400 engine for the RAAF’s Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornets was tested in a new engine test cell at RAAF Amberley for the first time on March 8. The ‘un-installed engine test cell’ is managed by Tasman Aviation Enterprises.

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