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  1. Hans, After some experimenting tonight I have found that I believe the issue is with Air Hauler 2, and is not any issue I am having with the aircraft. Failure to use DAVE or the CRJ manager AFTER Air Hauler 2 either connects to FSX or loads you in your plane, results in AH2 loading the aircraft with different methods, resulting in improper load and CG. Say, for example Air Hauler 2 decides to put ALL your payload in "PAX F" section on the default Payload Settings (which obviously should not be used anyways) would create tremendous inbalance and cause the plane and its systems to cease to function properly. This would also explain why this is an issue that only happens on occasion with me, because usually I remember to use DAVE/CRJ Manager AFTER AH2 connects to my sim, but occasionally if I am in a hurry I may forget, thus setting up a situation with improper load and balance. So if anyone else has this problem and stumbles upon this thread, if you are using AH2 or another external program similar to it, be sure to use DAVE/CRJ Manager AFTER Air Hauler 2 puts you in the aircraft, and the same logic should be applied to all other complex addons as well since I'm sure this isn't the only plane that will get wacky in such a situation. Anyways love the plane, and time for me to get off the boards and back into my CRJ!😃 Thanks for the help all.
  2. I'm on FSX:SE so I dont believe this is the culprit, however I will record a video in the morning if I can recreate it to show it in better detail!
  3. Whenever I try to capture an altitude, the plane overshoots and undershoots the altitude repeatedly, getting more aggressive each time it tries to capture the altitude. Currently I am in the sim watching my plane try to capture 5,500 ft. It is currently at 11,000 feet after an 11,000FPM climb and it is now entering a deep dive (-8,000FPM) to reacquire the altitude. This has been repeatedly happening in both the CRJ-700 and CRJ-900 and as much as I love this aircraft, this issue makes flying with the autopilot unreliable in this flight it stalled me at 10,000 feet after a near vertical climb while I was trying to capture 5,500 feet and the last flight I did (KBUF-KEWR) it tried to dive me into the ground during approach and I had to manually yank the stick to prevent from crashing. Update: the plane made contact with terrain at -11,000FPM.
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