I am going to assume you are referring to the M1 and F2 series. I wouldn't combine these 2 in the same chassis unless you have a specific reason. They won't work unless you put them in different VDC's. For the most part, the F2 is much better and blows the pants off of the M1. I think the F2 is also less expensive? The M132XP has 80Gb of fabric while the F2 has 550Gb if you stack your 7K with 5 FAB2's.
Yes, the M1's basically combine their forwarding engines into a port-channel.
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