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3 months 1 day ago #742 by jimidget

Boeing just came out with the 737-MAX that uses the same engines as the 787 which are more economical to run, therefore giving the aircraft a long range. there may be other items on it that I wouldn't know about. is there any chance that in the future we could see this in a download?

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3 months 1 day ago #743 by jamesman8

There are so many things wrong with this post. First of all, the 737MAX has been around for about a year and a half, and has been flying commercially since May 2017 (Malindo Air). Second of all, HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. The 737MAX and the 787 use the same engines? Are you high man? the engines used on the 787 are almost the same size as the entire 737 fuselage. the 787 uses the GE GEnx and the Rolls Royce Trent 1000, meanwhile the 737 uses the CFM LEAP-1B. There are no good versions of this plane for FSX/P3D besides the TDS exterior. PMDG has not released word on this as a possibility.

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3 months 23 hours ago #744 by jimidget

wow. Jamesman8 has an attitude problem. I may not always get it right, but, this time I came close. here is the Boeing websites tech specs on it's MAX series of 737's. Maybe someone of importance can answer this question:

www.boeing.com/commercial/737max10/index.page

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3 months 5 hours ago #745 by jamesman8

For reference you came no where near close, they use completely different engines, and I answered your question. The TDS 737 MAX is available on this website. Go download it.

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3 months 5 hours ago #746 by Gh0stRider203

I'm giving y'all TWO options. 1) get along and be nice to one another; or 2) I lock this thread. There is no 3rd option.

your call.


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2 months 4 weeks ago #749 by jamesman8

You can lock it, I answered his question. I am not being rude I am just stating pure facts.

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2 months 4 weeks ago #751 by Dariussssss

Just because this entire topic made me laugh like never before,I will not delete it..... lol

Hilarious ... :)

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2 months 2 weeks ago #764 by superskullmaster

Maybe it's just me but I feel like if someone pretty much asks for it, you have to give it to them. We all have internet and google, I don't see anything wrong with the way the original post was responded to. Was pretty funny though.

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2 months 1 week ago #778 by Gh0stRider203

Stickied so as to serve as an example of what NOT to do when making a post (and how to (~coughs~ "not") respond to such posts).


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2 months 3 days ago #781 by julian1245

Guys what jimidget is trying to say they kinda did copy the engine off the 787 and put them on the 737 max but james is right they are 2 different engine but ya get what jimidget is trying to say they do look like the same engine and i agree.

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also please no salty people because i know they are on this website

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