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Old 05-04-2012, 03:30 PM   #1
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Hi guys,
I got a 2000 tt. Recently I've been felling like the car is loosing power, it's just not fast as it used to be? Do you guys have any idea of what it might be?
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Hi guys,
I got a 2000 tt. Recently I've been felling like the car is loosing power, it's just not fast as it used to be? Do you guys have any idea of what it might be?
Do you have a boost gauge??? if so what psi ru running, stock plastic diverter vavles go bad and loose boost, if so replace with Forge 007 valve. How many miles?? is there oil in your intercoolers or piping, turbo may be going bad.
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