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power loss help #162121 Apr 22, 12:27pm Apr 22, 12:27pm
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power loss help
i installed my rmm Short Ram and heatshield a few weeks ago. recently ive been noticing a somewhat power loss down low (under 3.5k). i checked everything, the hoses, the clamps and the sensors (all in place and fine). is this supposed to happen? cause ive heard of bogging down low but it doesnt really bog unless im under 2k. any suggestions?
thanks

Re: power loss help [Re: GTStick] #162122 Apr 22, 2:51pm Apr 22, 2:51pm
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I noticed that after I installed my AEM CAI, I had to give it a little more gas than usual to get going from a dead stop.


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