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    MIP angle on 727 (737 classic)

    Hello

    I'm curious to know at what angle the MIP is located on the older jets - especially the 727. I know the angle on the 737NG is less than 90 degrees, but I'm not sure if the angle is the same on all the 731-737NG? If someone happens to know the angle on the 727 MIP I'd be more than happy!

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    Re: MIP angle on 727 (737 classic)

    Older models have 90 MIPs.

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    Re: MIP angle on 727 (737 classic)

    Okay, thanks alot.

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