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weird bog around 3700-4000

Latley the car has been acting a little funny...around 3500-4000 rpm the car feels like it slows up a bit and the power comes back. Is this normal for these cars? Would a wilks chip cure things?
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run a couple extra grounds from the block/intake to the chassis. My FC had this problem...a real hard hesitation at 3810rpm...fixed by groubnding one of the intake sensors.

edit~just to point out, that's prolly not your problem...I just thought I'd suggest it.
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well it seems to be more noticable when its cold out, so it could be....but the airfilter was a little dirty when i checked it just before..so I think im going to try changing that first...
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intake flow would cause a problem all across the band, and would steadily increase from idle till redline.

just to point out....
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This could be the AFM's "slider" loosing contact breifly.....I have something similar going on. Check out frwilks site.

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