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Old 08-12-17, 06:01 PM
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Boost jumping between 8-10psi wot

Hey guys.
im having issues with my twins when im WOT. The boost is jumping between 8-10psi and cant find why. Ive replaced all vac hoses, have a pfc tuned to 295rwhp with custom v mount, apexi intake and a greddy downpipe ceramic coated with catback but stock cat.
any help would be great
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I'd first check for boost leaks...couplers etc.

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Is 8-10 low? High? Are you running a electronic boost controller? If so, is the boost controller limiting boost? Causing the boost to rise and fall
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Havnt found any leaks yet.
its jumping around after 5-7rpm. Transition is fine and low boost if fine. Just the pfc controling boost which is tuned to 10psi
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