Help! 04 WRX drives fine, but has no power when floored. Just falls on it's face.
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    Help! 04 WRX drives fine, but has no power when floored. Just falls on it's face.

    Have an 04 wrx with cold air intake, front mount, and BOV. Have a Cobb accessport car currently has a stage 1 93 tune. Car runs fine, but when floored it falls on its face. It just has no power at all. I already have reset the ecu with the AP, changed the maf sensor. Sounds like there is a exhaust manifold leak though, before the turbo. Maybe a blown uppipe gasket. Has anyone else had this issue.

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    You have modifications that aren't accounted for with the ECU mapping. Put the car back to the proper modifications or get the ECU mapping adjusted for the modifications you have.
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    ^what ej257 said.

    Out of curiosity...What kind of BOV do you have? Recirc or atmosphere?

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