The F-15I Raam (the Israeli Strike Eagle) is extremely similar in to the F-15E on the surface, but extremely different inside. full of cutting edge Israeli systems, the Raam features an avionics suite that's extremely potent and And this isn't as well similar in to the US version. Not much is known on the exact capabilities of those systems, that being said one can assume that they rival the original Strike Eagle in a few respects.
All F-15I airframes seem to be equipped with other Pratt&Whitney F100-PW-229 engines, the stronger one from one the two P&W engine models employed at the Strike Eagles. The model engine exhaust actuator mechanisms seem to be covered with other titanium 'turkey feathers', And this the USAF found as well expensive to keep and prone to Get lost accidentally, hence omitted from}the Strike Eagle. The actuator covers minimize aircraft drag, though only marginally.