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Feelthere E-Jets 175 and 195 in P3Dv4

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As there is a 20% offer on simMarket for these, what in the opinions here, are Feethere E-Jets in P3Dv4?  I used to have them in FSX, but want to gauge opinions here in P3D before I make the buy.

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At the FT forums several users have complained about low FPS after the SP1 release. The SP1 changelog includes some additions of HD textures to the internals of the aircraft. I don’t have these aircraft yet, but they certainly are on my wishlist, so any comments in this regard would also be appreciated.

Cheers, Ed


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8 minutes ago, edpatino said:

At the FT forums several users have complained about low FPS after the SP1 release. The SP1 changelog includes some additions of HD textures to the internals of the aircraft. I don’t have these aircraft yet, but they certainly are on my wishlist, so any comments in this regard would also be appreciated.

Cheers, Ed

Thanks, Ed, that's why I have not pulled the trigger yet, and am not going down that road again, making bad buys🤣

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Hi

Bought these at full price, I’m not an expert pilot so won’t comment too much on how it flies, just to say there is another hot fix in the process of being tested and I haven’t flown it in a while. At the price (full) I was disappointed to have to download a utility to open the doors and another utility to calculate v speeds. In addition fuel loading is done via P3d.

I personally wouldn’t buy again, but at sale price.... probably not.

Regards

G

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1 minute ago, Gandalf said:

Hi

Bought these at full price, I’m not an expert pilot so won’t comment too much on how it flies, just to say there is another hot fix in the process of being tested and I haven’t flown it in a while. At the price (full) I was disappointed to have to download a utility to open the doors and another utility to calculate v speeds. In addition fuel loading is done via P3d.

I personally wouldn’t buy again, but at sale price.... probably not.

Regards

G

Great feedback that. Just what I needed to go by. It wasn't all that brilliant in FSX


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The version that is discounted is not the latest version, which is very confusing. The version that SimMarket are discounting was a temporary rehash of the earlier version 2 which allowed it to work in P3D 4.1, but is not suitable for later P3D releases..

The current version is Ejets version 3 for P3D 4.5, which has also been found to work in P3D5.  This version of the Ejets is not discounted.

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I posted a somewhat lengthy opinion on the current state of these in another topic here a month or so ago.

Summary was that there are some things that annoy me (particularly for the price point) but overall I enjoy flying them.


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As Biggles pointed out, there's some confusion on which version is being discussed in this thread.

The version on sale is v2. The most recent version is v3.
v3 has PBR and other improved visuals, but still has enough complaints that prevented me from buying as an upgrade (see the comments below the FSElite articles on release and SP1).

v2 is on sale and is a touched-up port. It has issues with the modelling of the cockpit layout, dynamic lighting floods in at night and the textures are very FSX. Systems-wise it's rather good for the price.
Can I recommend v2 though? No.
 

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Ahh my mistake, all of my comment were in regards to v3, my apologizes.


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What, they still sell the V2 version?

Well, V2 is somewhat flyable with AP and MCDU, I can only speake for 170/190 then, but the aerodynamic is just not match the manual.

The landing light/ Taxi light will make VC too bright to fly at night, but it's fixable via a FSLSpotlight profile.

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1 hour ago, edpatino said:

At the FT forums several users have complained about low FPS after the SP1 release. The SP1 changelog includes some additions of HD textures to the internals of the aircraft. I don’t have these aircraft yet, but they certainly are on my wishlist, so any comments in this regard would also be appreciated.

Cheers, Ed

I was referring to the v3 too. This eventually be the version I would buy, but so far the comments are mostly not positive.

Cheers, Ed


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19 minutes ago, C2615 said:

What, they still sell the V2 version?

Well, V2 is somewhat flyable with AP and MCDU, I can only speake for 170/190 then, but the aerodynamic is just not match the manual.

The landing light/ Taxi light will make VC too bright to fly at night, but it's fixable via a FSLSpotlight profile.

According to what I just checked at SM, the version you can buy is the latest v3, at a discounted upgrade price in case you're owner of the v1.

Cheers, Ed


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32 minutes ago, regis9 said:

Summary was that there are some things that annoy me (particularly for the price point) but overall I enjoy flying them.

Thanks for your post. What worries me more is that slow loading of 4k textures in the VC.

Cheers, Ed


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Just discovered:

Cheers, Ed


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The fact that none of the cockpit lighting works during the day and you can hardly see the buttons and writing on them when there’s shadow in the cockpit or twilight is just outrageous in 2020. 
And they absolutely refuse to add it. They have ruled it out. 
 

How you can ask for that much money in a product that apparently uses FSX code in 2020 really is absurd. 
 

Some of the sounds are hilarious as well. The way the APU starts... wow. 
 

It’s so weird. If they worked on these things, it would be a very decent addon.  But instead....

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