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      Post #23819, posted on 10-20-2008 GMT-5 hours    
      I bought a ANA 777-300 thinking they use GE engines, but they actually uses PW ENGINES....

      is there any Hasegawa 763 with GE engines?


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      Post #23821, posted on 10-20-2008 GMT-5 hours    
      Leonardo,

      I'm assuming you mean 773 with GEs, then the answer is No.

      Hasegawa have only released the 773 in ANA & JAL liveries and both airlines use PWs.

      GE engines came in the Air France & Lauda Air 777-200 boxings.

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      Post #23828, posted on 10-20-2008 GMT-5 hours    
      aren't the ge's on the 772 different from the ge's on the 773? i'm wondering how accurate a simple engine exchange would be...

      hasegawa made a 772 with lauda decals?? i have to find that...

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      Post #23830, posted on 10-20-2008 GMT-5 hours    
      Hasegawa made either 772 & 763 with Lauda decals, GE engines.

      MD-11 JAL Bird colors: PW4400;

      MD-11 AA colors: GE CF6-80D1F.

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      NWA: PW, AFR: GE, Virgin Atlantic: RR, all of this by Hasegawa. I don't keep anymore the 1999 Hasegawa printed catalog, I've lost and can't remember how that happened, but I'm sure they had....
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      Post #23831, posted on 10-20-2008 GMT-5 hours    
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      aren't the ge's on the 772 different from the ge's on the 773?


      You're thinking of the 773ER, which has larger GEs than the 772 and 773.



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      Post #23840, posted on 10-21-2008 GMT-5 hours    
      scott,

      you have no idea how much confusion you just cleared up for me.... thanks.

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      Post #23892, posted on 10-24-2008 GMT-5 hours    
      Scott,


      Thanks for the drawing. I think it is not a so easy conversion.
      Any chance of any aftermarket company make this engine?

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      Post #24460, posted on 11-19-2008 GMT-5 hours    
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      aren't the ge's on the 772 different from the ge's on the 773?


      You're thinking of the 773ER, which has larger GEs than the 772 and 773.



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      Dear Scott,


      So I can use your drawing to convert the Lauda or Air France 777s GEs to the GEs of the 777-300ER, isnīt that?