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Indian LCA Tejas Or Pakistani JF-17: Who Is Winning The Malaysian Fighter Jet Contract?

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We knows what the meaning of your joint product, copy paste from west/Israel put the local name on these foreign military product and than suddenly these military product become your INDEGENIOUS product of India, Prime example of that your Uttam AESA lol
UTTAM is not a JV and has nothing to do with Israeli radars understood? It is not even remotely same to any Israeli radar.

The HMDS is made by a JV between SAMTEL and THALES, it is Indian owned and SAMTEL has majority stakes in the JV.
 
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UTTAM is not a JV and has nothing to do with Israeli radars understood? It is not even remotely same to any Israeli radar.

The HMDS is made by a JV between SAMTEL and THALES, it is Indian owned and SAMTEL has majority stakes in the JV.
yeah yeah we saw your previous records, technology gain from west and suddenly it become your INDEGENOUS tech, lol good going india, carry on
 
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Says the ones who themselves assemble JF-17 Thunders in a joint venture and call it Pakistani aircraft.
sane Pakistani members don't called it JF-17 as a Pakistani aircraft here, and we are manufacturing 58% of it fuselage at home you like or not, we bought CNC and other sensitive production machines from China especially for the production of JF-17 in Pakistan
 
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sane Pakistani members don't called it JF-17 as a Pakistani aircraft here, and we are manufacturing 58% of it fuselage at home you like or not, we bought CNC and other sensitive production machines from China especially for the production of JF-17 in Pakistan
We have 74% ownership of the JV and make those HMDS at home. Pakistanis on twitter and youtube call JFT as their own aircraft, but if we make a HMDS in JV it is foreign tech used, lol. Come on.
 
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We have 74% ownership of the JV and make those HMDS at home. Pakistanis on twitter and youtube call JFT as their own aircraft, but if we make a HMDS in JV it is foreign tech used, lol. Come on.
these are fan boys on net and some of these are here on PDF, and 74% means it still has foreign input, than why you called it your INDEGENIOUS PRODUCT?
 

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JF-17 has a combat radius of 1500 kms. This figure has been quoted on it’s thread by quite a few FMs. While that of Tejas is mere 500 km. Considering that both the aircraft are of similar class and capabilities ( Blk3 vs MK 1A) JF-17, should win the contract on this single parameter.
1500 Km of combat range is a phenomenal capability and puts it far ahead of SAAB JAS-39 and even F-16.
This kind of combat range even in certain basic configuration appears very good. What is that configuration would be interesting to know.
Tejas‘s Internal fuel capacity is 2460kg which is 5423.372 pounds, still has less combat radius?
JF-17’s internal fuel capacity is 5130 pounds.
Tejas is a delta wing design for high angle of attack benefits. The large wing area in Tejas and vortex lift that a delta wing uses cause a lot of drag compares to conventional lift. So more powerful engines are needed to maintain low speed and high angle of attack flight. That is why its more fuel guzzler.
 
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Tejas is a delta wing design for high angle of attack benefits. The large wing area in Tejas and vortex lift that a delta wing uses cause a lot of drag compares to conventional lift. So more powerful engines are needed to maintain low speed and high angle of attack flight. That is why its more fuel guzzler.
But still doesn’t prove how this causes 3 times less combat radius than a JF-17 which carries less fuel?
YES YOU CALLED IT
Where?
 

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