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  1. United Express E175 Pack (Mesa, Republic, SkyWest) by iniBuilds: https://inibuilds.ams3.digitaloceanspaces.com/liveries/feelthere/iniB feelThere E175 v3 United Express Pack.zip
  2. It would think soon. The thread stating all the known issues of the EMB stated SP1 was in testing.
  3. Yes using the PMDG files doesn't completely fix it for me either, but it's still much more accurate. I conducted an autoland with my replacement GPWS files so I could film the RA and corresponding callouts with my phone. The callouts seem to be played 5 feet below when they should be ("40" at 35 feet, "30" at 25 feet, etc.). <<CLICK ME>>
  4. Repeatable at all airports across various approaches. The inaccuracy depends on your descent rate. Come in low and shallow and the callouts are generally more correct. Come in high and steeps and the callouts are generally way off. It seems the length of each callout is too long. By the time one callout is finished and the next one is playing the aircraft has already descended through that height. The FeelThere callouts are almost two seconds long whereas the PMDG callouts are around a half second long. Someone gave me the recommendation of replacing the FeelThere callout files with the PMDG ones and it works. The callouts are far more accurate in the EMB with the PMDG files even when coming in high and steep. It’s a good workaround for now, assuming you own a PMDG aircraft.
  5. Hello, Really loving the EJets v3 so far! I'm having a lot of fun with it. One issue I noticed on my past few flights is that the radio altimeter callouts don't match the actual altitude the aircraft is at. Here is a link to a YouTube video <<CLICK ME>> which highlights what I am talking about. If you watch the RA box on the PFD, you'll observe that in this particular instance the "20" callout is actually played at 5 feet. Based on my own flights with the this isn't always the case. Sometimes the callouts are near what they should be, and sometimes they are quite off as demonstrated in the video. This can make flaring quite challenging sometimes, as the callouts are deceiving and make you think you are much higher than you are.
  6. Wow this just fixed all my night lighting issues. Very much appreciated and now I enjoy the EJets during the night just as much as I do during the day. Thank you Jeffrey!
  7. Can also confirm. My textures become very blurry with the dome light.
  8. Republic operates E175s for Delta, American, AND United. But yes +1 to this. Since it’s the holidays I’ll be purchasing a request for a United Express (Republic) E175 from iniBuilds. Edit: I have purchased a livery request from iniBuilds. I asked for a United Express E175 livery pack consisting of Republic Airways (N750YX), SkyWest Airlines (N208SY), Mesa Airlines (N89349), and ExpressJet Airlines (N605UX). I also specified that should the request be valid for only one livery, it should be for Republic Airways.
  9. QW didn’t code it in at first either. Eventually they added it in after a few SPs.
  10. Amazing! Will be taking that out for a spin tonight. Any chance for a Republic E175? Should only require a tail number change and “operated by so and so” change right? Republic should cover the EWR routes that SkyWest doesn’t operate. Edit: Noticed that the gold line on the nose cone doesn’t match with the body. It’s a pretty big difference. Other than that it’s a nicely done livery.
  11. Yes I believe that clears it up. My confusion stemmed from how I am used to add-on aircraft where the payload is loaded into individual cargo holds and the distribution can be different every flight, even if the total payload weight is the same (e.g. PMDG). I simply assumed it was the same with the FeelThere EJets. But as I understand it now, and please correct if I’m wrong, the payload manager simply adds weight to the aircraft but does not specify where in the aircraft that weight is being added, causing the CG to always be the same.
  12. Is this confirmed? Where did you find this information?
  13. I second this. A United Express E170 and E175 operated by Republic would be especially appreciated.
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