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Lose boost after pull out to pass at full power??

I pulled out to pass some one the other day and after I got by them the boost dropped to 0. If I give it gas at all it will have no power or boost and smoked like you had a smoke switch on but if I let all the off the throttle and coast for a little bit it goes rite back to normal. I have searched this site and don't seem to see anyone else have this problem. It's on a 2006 f350 with just the normal bolt ons if any one could help it would be greatly appreciated!!!!

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I've had the same problem on my 03. My initial thought is vgt selenoid. My truck only does it when it's tuned though.


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Check all of your CAC boots. Might have blown one.

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