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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinovac View Post
    I agree that you should look at the plugs and MAF sensor first. The fuel filter would be the least likely culprit.
    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkH View Post
    First thing is to pull all plugs and make sure all look good. I wouldn't keep driving it until you figure out the issue. Twin Turbo cars act and perform differently but with the age of these vehicles we have seen different parts become an issue that you wouldn't normally see on a stock car. If you need any help please let me know.

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    Mark H.
    Thank you for your input.
    Will do as suggested.
    Thank you for the response!
    My Best,
    Mark

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    I'm willing to bet it's the plugs too. I had the same issue, car would just break up above 3500RPM no power, spoke to Rich (GT Guy), sent me some new plugs, voila, no problem. Didn't throw a code either!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RPM217 View Post
    I'm willing to bet it's the plugs too. I had the same issue, car would just break up above 3500RPM no power, spoke to Rich (GT Guy), sent me some new plugs, voila, no problem. Didn't throw a code either!!!
    Thank you!
    Will look at that first, as many have offered the same advice.
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