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low boost high egts too much fuel help please

i think i posted this in the wrong spot earlier

Okay I have a 7.3 psd in a 00 ex mods are as follows, 38r ww2, farmers single shot 165/100's, t500, swamps module, 4-5" exhaust, ebpv delete, hydra custom burnt chip, intake, snow perf stg 3 water meth, i think thats it i cant remember for sure. Heres the problem yesterday I was on it hard all was working well then boost just plummeted I am making 13lbs at redline and bellowing black.

Ive checked the following map, turbo, pressurized the charge side no leaks, wastegate isn't stuck open, everything seems to be in order i just have no boost.

Any help would be great thank you!!!
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When you say you pressurized the charge side, what exactly was your procedure?

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not sure if it was the right way but i capped the inlet side of the turbo pulled the map sensor line off and put an air charge in through that inlet and checked for leaking air
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sounds like you blew off or blew up an intercooler boot.

no obvious signs of exhaust leaks on the firewall?

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You really want to make something more like this and attach it to the turbo inlet.



All of your symptoms really do point to a boost leak somewhere.

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