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Just replaced the transmission/turbo/fueling/ had my ECU refalshed with the performance software i've had on, the only problem i cant seem to figure out is why im suffering from a boost leak, if i have the...


Is this a Kerma tune? I have the same thing with my 02'. The reason for the drop at higher rpm's is that the volumetric efficency of the motor decreaces in the higher range and doesn't need AS MUCH boost pressure. This is normal.
BUT if you hear anything that sounds like an extra whistling, bussing or a low groan, and is kinda noticable, then you may have a boost leak.

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Momentarily Sluggish Acceleration


Are you loosing power to the ecu when the car is shut down? most cars with an ECU that controls timing, fuel, or boost can be forced to relearn the car if the ECU looses power (called a "limp" mode). I'd look into this. Also are you getting any check engine lights? considering the description of the problem, this would help to diagnose. Try getting the car started and running normally, then turn the car off but do not kill the power to the car, just stop the motor from running...Fire the engine back up and try to give the car a good stomp on the gas and see if you get the same sluggish problems...my 2 cents... Good luck future auto DIY's

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