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Old 08-03-2013, 01:42 PM
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I have been driving a lot this summer with my 04 6.0, and was noticing that i feel like im losing ponies every minute, at first i thought it might be where im driving a lot more and getting really used to it, but it seems like im not pushing as much boost as i used to, and my turbo dies down slower than it used to, idk, but what could make it lose power, id really like to know before it messes up worse and i end up breaking the piggy bank open.
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