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    Hi would anyone be able to help me i have a 1993 Subaru WRX and i have problems with the boost. When it hits 6000 rpm everything dies, until boost drops then everything is fine again, thanks

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    It would help us to diagnose your issue if you were more specific. What is meant by "everything dies?" Do you have a boost gauge, and if so, what is your max boost?
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    The car is currently running at .5 bar boost, when it hits 6000 rpm everything dies like as if it has stalled, all dash lights come on, then when i dip the clutch everything goes back normal, some times i can boot it and it runs fine then boot it again and it cuts out.

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