We were not making most of the F110 parts. Here are the parts that TEI had been producing for F110 program. None of those were critical, afaik.Türkiye has been making most parts of F110 for decades believe it or not as half partner of General Electric.
Korea, India are far behind of Türkiye in engine area. Even their engine project targets aren't close to top of the line GE-F110 that we have mastered.
I can't speak for India but you should read more about Korean turbine engine programs that are both in service or in testing. They're not behind us. They will be if we achieve our goals with TF6000 and TS1400 but that's not today's reality.
If west doesn't give even licensed production permission to build F110s. We could easily make a slightly modified version tomorrow.
It is out of courtesy that we are asking, not desperation like some skeptics in west imagine.
We can't make F110 tomorrow. Even if GE gave us all the blueprints, the lack of capital machinery would be a roadblock.
It's better to listen to the engine guys like Mahmut Akşit or senior TEI engineers like Sinan Şal about engine timelines. Their estimations would be more accurate than Temel Kotil's or other figures'.