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First of all, big compliments to the amazing templates on this website.

 

There is just one small thing. For the engines on the Airbus A350 and the A321-200 the nacelle strake seems missing. Engines on the A321-200 seem to be the engines for the A320-200.

 

Is there a possibility to add these nacelle strakes or is there an update on these engines?

 

Below is a photo of a Finnair A321 engine with the nacelle strake.

 

 

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Unfortunately, these vortex generators are isolated to just some engine options. There are many more engine options including the CFM56-5A1, CFM56-5A3, CFM56-5B4/P,V2500-A1, V2527-A5. That’s just the A320-200, there are many more versions depending on what aircraft you have (from the A318 to the A321) For example, the ‘toothed’ exhaust is basic on the A321, while it is an option on the A318, A319, A320. But I would love to see the other variants.

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Unfortunately, these vortex generators are isolated to just some engine options. There are many more engine options including the CFM56-5A1, CFM56-5A3, CFM56-5B4/P,V2500-A1, V2527-A5. That’s just the A320-200, there are many more versions depending on what aircraft you have (from the A318 to the A321) For example, the ‘toothed’ exhaust is basic on the A321, while it is an option on the A318, A319, A320. But I would love to see the other variants.

 

Thank you very much for your answer.

 

The nacelle strakes seem standard on all the engine options for the Airbus A321-200.

 

I see that FInnair has them as well on their Airbus A350-900, while most A350-900's don't have them.



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The nacelle strakes seem standard on all the engine options for the Airbus A321-200.

Oh yes, true. Maybe somebody could make a vortex generator layer.




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