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Yeah, definately put it back to stock to see if it still does it. If all the IC to boot connections are still tight, then check the IC end tanks next for cracks or separations. If that's not it, next check the boots themselves for blow-outs, not real common but has happened before. It may just be some sort of electrical short in the wiring harness. Did it start smoking really bad and black after this happened? If so, it's not a boost situation, it could be a stuck open EGR valve. The power loss when this happens feels just like boost problem, but will blow loads of black smoke. Seems like you would have said something about the smoke if this had happened though. Report back what you find. Oh yeah, physically push or pull on the IC pipes to check the connections as I've seen them blow loose and fall right back into the rubber boots so it looks like it's still connected.
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