Join Date: Jan 2003
Location: Dundee, IL
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Do you have any way of checking boost pressure? Try looking at the intercooler boots (all 6 of them) for leaks.
Have you checked the exhaust for leaks between the manifolds and the turbo? The popular spot is the up-pipes from the manifolds to the y-pipe behind the turbo. There are doughnut gaskets in there that are prone to leaking.
Are you noticing any more black smoke from the exhaust than normal? A low boost condition will lead to more fuel than air and less power. Just something else to check.
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