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    Boosting problems !!!!!!!

    Hey guys/girls. I have go a problem with my 95 sti wrx. I will be driving and put my foot down on the gas and it doesn't boost hard till it gets the revs up, it kind of surges a lil bit then just comes on real strong. It did it a few weeks ago then went away, and now it is back again.

    Any ideas on what this could be? I was thinking maybe the coils or sparkplugs, but I have had them replaced no to many kms ago.

    Cheers.

    ANIMAL69ER

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    So, no one knows about my problem. maybe I am the 1st to have this?

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    Does it "stutter" ?

    What have you done lately ?

    Have you tried a better BCS ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pzr2874 View Post
    Does it "stutter" ?

    What have you done lately ?

    Have you tried a better BCS ?
    Umm jsut before the turbo kicks in it has a lil jerk to it, I know it not running like it used to anyway. Whats a better BCS ? sorry.

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    Boost control solenoid. Like a 3port or similar ?

    Go take a look at grimmspeed.com

    Might want to call Justin there. He may have a little insight on your car as your model isn't common at all on here.

    You missed a question. What have u done to the car lately?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pzr2874 View Post
    Boost control solenoid. Like a 3port or similar ?

    Go take a look at grimmspeed.com

    Might want to call Justin there. He may have a little insight on your car as your model isn't common at all on here.

    You missed a question. What have u done to the car lately?
    Yeah I'm in New Zealand mate so don't think I'll be making a huge toll call to America, ohh ok sweet, I'll have to ask a few mechanics what they think it is, seems to be getting a lot worse though.I changed the extractors a while back but put the original ones back on, but they moved the sensor in the exaust and was wondering if that has affected it in anyway, wasn't running like a bag of **** after getting all that done, only just happened several weeks after doing that to it.

    I noticed my turbo is whistling quite loud now to for some reason.

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    wow, I fixed the problem I was having, don't know what it was that was going on, but I disconnected the battery for 24hrs and that resets the computer and stuff.

    Got up this morning, took it for a drive and woot back in action. Glad I never took it to a mechanics to get looked at.

    Cheers for your help anyway. Sure I'll be coming back here as long as I own a Subaru

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