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Old 29-03-2016
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Sounds like the boost ramp was so high that your motor wasn't reaching the required revs for the boost to kick in, so by reducing the ramp your motor doesn't need to reach that high a rev before the boost kicks in. I hope this makes sense. Glad you got it sorted
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