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Hi i was wondering if you might help me with a problem on my busa, it backfires and runs like ****, I unplug the boost sencer on the airbox and she runs beatuful so i bought a new sencer pluged it in and it still runs like **** till I unplug the sencer. What else could it be?

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Is it turbo charged? Turbo going bad is my guess.

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