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I have a 03 R1 that has 5k miles, I have a PC3r. It works ok i guess but i added a micron highmount slip on. It has a stock air intake..Now i have a flat spot in teh throttle and an exhaust pop while revving down (off the gas).. I have added teh flat map, and the added the map for my setup..Im just not willing to pay for software. ($260) for the map. Any suggestions?
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I have a 03 R1 that has 5k miles, I have a PC3r. It works ok i guess but i added a micron highmount slip on. It has a stock air intake..Now i have a flat spot in teh throttle and an exhaust pop while revving down (off the gas).. I have added teh flat map, and the added the map for my setup..Im just not willing to pay for software. ($260) for the map. Any suggestions?
shoot an email to power commander and they will give you the correct map to download. or you can get a custom one done.

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I downloaded the ones from the site. I have a real issue paying almost $300 for something i cant touch or see..So no custom map for me.
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Try asking around there your very likely to find a map someone can shoot to u with similar mods.

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i tried them and they have an elitest attitude..Ill pass..Post count is everything with them.
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You are right about that The R6 forum i hang out at as well has its own map section in the forum for people to post there customs ones up. You just might have to search alittle more to find a nicer R1 spot to hang at.

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Oh man ive gotten talked to by a Rakkasan...UUG...

No Slack...LOL Bastogne!
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RED KNIGHT RAKKASANS!!!!!!! U know were the best dont even try to hide it haha.


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Yeah right...What unit was Band of Brothers based on ....Oh yeah the 327th Glider Infantry... Where was teh Crackassans? Hamburger hill?
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Nahh just raining some artillery hell on krauts to better the world haha.

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The 187th Infantry Regiment was constituted on 12 November 1942 at Camp Mackall, North Carolina. On 25 February 1943 it was activated and designated as a glider infantry regiment assigned to the 11th Airborne Division. The first mission of the Regiment was to help convince the War Department that an airborne division could fly over water on instruments at night to a target, drop with minimal casualties, and then wage sustained combat operations while being resupplied entirely by air. On 6 December 1943, the Divisionís landings were perfectly executed and by dawn the next morning, the objective was taken. The success of the Knollwood Maneuvers proved the effectiveness of the airborne division concept and compelled the War Department to create other airborne divisions.

WWII
In May 1944, the Regiment deployed to the southwest Pacific and on the night of 6 December 1944 was attacked by the Japanese 3d Parachute Regiment. The Rakkasans repelled the enemy force and three months later seized Lipa Airfield on Luzon. The 187th fought continuously until January 1945 on Leyte and suffered heavy casualties taking Purple Heart Hill. At Nasugbu Bay, the Regiment performed a para-amphibious assault and fought their way into the jungle to Tagaytay Ridge. They also captured Fort McKinley in the 11th Airborne Divisionís attack on Manila and conquered the heavily defended Mount Macolod. At 0100 hours on 30 August 1945, the first planes carrying 187th soldiers left for Atsugi Airfield. This was a momentous occasion; the Rakkasans were the first American and foreign troops to enter Japan in 2,000 years. While serving as part of the American Occupation Force, the Japanese gave the paratroopers of the 187th Infantry Regiment the nickname "Rakkasan", which loosely translated means "falling umbrella."

Korea
On 27 August 1950, the 187th Airborne Infantry Regiment was reorganized and redesignated as the 187th Airborne Regimental Combat Team. The unit was quickly sent to Korea and within the first month defeated a enemy force of 3,000 soldiers. The Rakkasans then performed a textbook parachute assault and heavy drop at Sukchon. They also defeated the Chinese at the Battle of Wonju, performed another record-breaking airborne operation into Munsan-ni Valley, fought battles at bloody Inje and Wonton-ni, and quelled prison-camp riots at Koje-do. The Rakkasans successes in Korea changed the face of airborne warfare and revitalized interest in the use of paratroopers. It also convinced the Pentagon to reactivate XVIII Airborne Corps at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

Vietnam
On 13 December 1967, the 187th Infantry Regiment reported for duty in the Republic of Vietnam. The Rakkasans were called upon to perform many hazardous operations including defense of Bien Hoa Military Base and the US Embassy in Saigon. There, the 187th became known as the "nomad" unit as they were used in every corps area in the theatre in "hot spots" of enemy action. While in Vietnam the 187th earned two more Presidential Citations, two Valorous Unit Citations, a Meritorious Unit Citation and three Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry and one Vietnamese Merit Citation as well as 12 Battle Campaign Streamers. Though far from being the most major battle of their service in Vietnam, it was the Rakkasans that defeated first line North Vietnamese Army Forces in the Battle for Hamburger Hill.

Persian Gulf
In September 1990, the Rakkasans once again answered the call and began deploying to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, during Operation DESERT SHIELD. On 20 and 21 February 1991, two companies from 1st Battalion air assaulted into Objective Weber and captured 434 Iraqi soldiers. On 25 February 1991, the 48th Anniversary of the Regiment, the Rakkasans conducted the largest and deepest air assault operation in history, as it struck 155 miles behind enemy lines into the Euphrates River Valley. This action led to the timely defeat of Iraqi Forces and helped ensure a total allied victory.


Operation Iraqi Freedom

The 187th Infantry Regiment is the only airborne regiment in the history of the US Army to fight in every war since the inception of airborne tactics. From glider to parachute to helicopter, the Rakkasans have entered combat in each mode of airborne warfare and has pioneered its implementation. Throughout their history, the Rakkasans have upheld the motto "Ne Desit Virtus Ė Let Valor Not Fail" and continue to do so today.

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LOL im just razzin ya a bit we all do our part..(some of us just have done more)..BTW the 1st Bde is the most highly decorated unit on that Division.

LOL Ok so now back to my PC3..
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LOL im just razzin ya a bit we all do our part..(some of us just have done more)..BTW the 1st Bde is the most highly decorated unit on that Division.

LOL Ok so now back to my PC3..
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History of the 327th Infantry
The 327th Infantry was activated on 17 September 1917 as an element of the 82nd Infantry Division. During World War I, the 327th Infantry helped reduce the St. Michael Salient and conducted offensive operations at Meuse-Argonne.
On 15 August 1942, the redesignated 327th Glider Infantry Regiment was assigned to the 101st Airborne Division. In June 1944, the 327th was committed to combat in the Normandy Invasion. Subsequent operations with the 101st Airborne Division were the capture of Carenton, operations Market Garden, and the Battle of the Bulge.

During the Battle of the Bulge, the battalion played a key role in the defense of an encircled town of Bastogne. There the unit earned the nickname "Bastogne Bulldogs". The unit's mascot, " Nuts" served as a reminder of BG McAuliff's reply to the German's ultimatum to surrender at Bastogne.

On July 1965, the 2nd Battalion 327th Infantry departed for Vietnam. Within a year, the battalion earned the reputation of an outstanding combat unit because of their "No Slack" fighting spirit. Operations of the battalion in the republic of Vietnam were conducted in Trung Luong, Dak To, An Khe, Phan Rang, and Ashau. Being selected as the last infantry unit of the division to leave Southeast Asia distinguished the battalion with the record for the longest continuous combat service in Vietnam of any infantry battalion in the United States Army.

On 6 September 1990, the "No Slack" battalion deployed to Saudi Arabia to serve the country in Operation Desert Shield. As the brigade main effort in the covering force battle, the battalion assumed combat posture as the forward most deployed unit. Through innovative tactics applied to the desert environment and the firm resolve of each soldier, the battalion served our nation proudly in the defense of Saudi Arabia, the deterrence of further Iraqi aggression, the protection of American interest in the Persian Gulf, and the enforcement of the United States resolutions.

During Operation Desert Storm, the "No Slack" Battalion once again led the division as one of the first battalions to seize and hold Iraqi soil. "No Slack" assaulted deep into Iraq during the largest Air Assault operation in history. The tenacity with which the battalion brought the fight to the enemy ensured a quick and decisive victory.

On 16 April 1998, the "No Slack" Battalion was once again challenged to set new standards for the division and the XVIII Airborne Corps. The battalion simultaneously deployed its forces to execute security missions in Southwest Asia and the Republic of Haiti, while maintaining its readiness posture on the home front.

On 29 August 2000, Task Force 2-327th Infantry deployed to Kosovo in support of Operation Joint Guardian. Task Force "No Slack" performed Peace Support Operations, conducted over 6000 patrols, guarded nine fixed sites, conducted ten cordon and search missions, and provided humanitarian assistance. The Battalion distinguished itself by providing the longest period of no violence in its area of operation while enforcing UN Resolution 1244.

The 2nd Battalion 327th Infantry has trained and fought as Regular Infantry, Glider Infantry, Airborne Infantry, and Air Assault Infantry. Each time the battalion validated the effectiveness of a new battle concept and confirmed the battalion's place in history.

"No Slack" now stands before you as a trained, experienced, and proud Air Assault Infantry Battalion prepared to continue its Rendezvous with Destiny.
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Alright you army brats, i thought we were discussing PC3? Brizz, I may know someone that can give you a map. I will let you know.

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Werd..Keep it real homie!
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I have an 03 R1 also, but I haven't done the PCIII yet. Try the other R1messagenet and ask around.
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Ok ill try that...THX..Im really appriciating that ppl here are willing to help.
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