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OK that's easy then

Im also thinking/wondering that if heads do lift under boost then its sort of acting like a buffer against pistons blowing up because the pressure is relieved between the head and block???

But the problem is that when it happens acceleration is lost! once the pressure is reached it lets go and with it the power doesn't make it to the rear wheels

So whats the solution? I don't want to add a gasket as that would most likely lower compression and in turn lessen power to the wheels..

Anyone got a link?
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