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    Whats turbo BUCKING?

    whats turbo bucking.... i think i MIGHT have it....
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    Try to explain what's happening. "Turbo bucking" isn't a term I recognize

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    my turbo just recently started doin some weird thng.... it only happens wen the engine is cold , but it doesnt happen everytime.
    wen i punch the gas, ill feel the turbo kick in and pull then i will feel it kick in a 2nd time as if it kicks in 2 times in a row in the same gear...
    i dont let go of the gas so i knw its not my fault.
    this is usually most noticeable in first nd second gear
    ^^.BoostiN uP.^^

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    It sounds like the annoying behavior of the '04-'05 stock ECU. There's a closed-loop to open-loop fueling transition that happens in which there's a jerky power delivery because of a mismatch in A/F ratio and engine speed. It's normal, but kind of a pain. I guess Cobb or Ecutek improves things.
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