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    Strange noise when changing gear

    when i put my foot down and change gear between 3000 and 4000 my exhaust pops whan i let of the throttle and put the clutch ion to change gear
    Back to the drawing board for the 2nd ACT

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    also when i am going through the gears the boost only goes to 15 psi with no over boost but if i go from low revs in 3rd or abocve it boosts to 20 psi then slowly drops to 16 with no over boost
    Back to the drawing board for the 2nd ACT

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    It sounds like the boost is normal does the same on my car when going through the gears.
    The poping u have on ur car is where the car is running too rich and the excess fuel is cumbusting in the exhaust. the remap needs looking at i think? has it just happened? or ever since u had ur remap?
    SMIC, miltek catback, precat, Thorney remap 242.7 bhp 281lb/ft torque

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    only had the remap a couple of months ago and its regal phase 3.5 so should be running around 18 psi not 14
    Back to the drawing board for the 2nd ACT

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