Early F-15A/Bs used two Pratt & Whitney F1OO-PW-100 turbofans, each rated at 23,830 pounds thrust with afterburner. Since all accessories (generators, etc.) are mounted in the AMAD, the left and right engines of the F-15 are interchangeable, simplifying maintenance considerably.
The F100 is a two-shaft turbofan with a high-augmentation afterburner. The engine is equipped with a direct pitot-type titanium Intake with a fixed nose bullet. There are 21 inlet guide vanes in a single row equipped with variable-camber trailing edges. […]