Model F404-GE-102

Model F404-GE-102

Proven Performance

The F404 engine proves its performance every day as it continues to power front line fighters for armed forces around the world.

  

Engine Overview

The F404-GE-102 engine, a derivative of the F404-GE-402 engine, was developed by GE and Korea Aerospace Industries.

The F404-GE-102 powers the T-50 advanced trainer/light fighter developed by Korea Aerospace Industries and Lockheed Martin.

Engine qualification was completed in 2001. The T-50 / A-50 completed its first flight in August 2002, with first production engine delivery in 2005, and the first production T-50 aircraft was delivered to the Korean Air Force in 2005.

The F404-GE-102 incorporates single-engine redundancy and reliability features, plus an advanced FADEC (full authority digital electronic control) derived from GE's F414-GE-400 engine.

Physical Information

Fan/Compressor Stages: 3/7

High-Pressure Turbine/Low-Pressure Turbine Stages: 1/1

Max Diameter (Inches): 35

Length (Inches): 154

Dry Weight (Lb.): 2,282

    Example Applications:
  • Korea T-50

Power Specifications

Thrust Class: 18,000 lbs.