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Anyone know why when i floor my 92 it falls flat on its face. Also when my boost gauge goes above midpoint the car shutters and feels like it is gonna fall apart. I've replaced the fuel pump, fuel filter and checked vac lines. Any ideas. It runs great otherwise, just frustrating i can't jump on it, have to be gradual to pick up speed. Also, really struggles climbing hills, temp really rises when up long hills. Appreciate any help.

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