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    Registered User WRXwagonMAFIA's Avatar
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    some old backroad

    compression loss?

    i think i fried my rings! 95 k on the wagon

    was drivin a little heavy on the gas, got a major boost surge and the car shut off.

    now there is very little power and i believe it is compression loss

    i took my evolll big 16 g off and put stock back on and still 1/4 the boost

    wats goin on??
    04' WRB wagon stage 2
    wagon Mafia #1 Where my wagons at?

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    Registered User DorBink's Avatar
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    Houston, Katy
    Do a compression test. you should be around 150 per each cylinder. If not then your rings are gone, but at least you'll know which one is the problem.

    Good luck.

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