Hello, I’m brand new to the forum so take it easy on me lol. I have a 2011 f150 fx4. I noticed a misfire at moderate acceleration so I picked up some new plugs and while installing them I snapped a vacuum line off the wastegate regulating sensor on top of the intake. So I replaced the part and installed the plugs after gapping them all to 0.30 and I haven’t tuned or done anything at all other that the aftermarket turbosmart compact bov’s. After I put it back together I took it down the highway and noticed immediately that all my power was gone! Like no boost whatsoever taking off! Now I’ve discovered that I can gently press the throttle and it’ll go on but slowly. As I build speed to about 45-55mph I hear my turbo on passenger side dumping boost pressure, whistling, and fluttering. So the Stealer told me to try replacing the new part I had just replaced thinking maybe it was defective from the get go. $68 later I’m having the same problem. I have cleaned all MAF sensors and ever electrical connection I can find with zero luck. I’m leaning toward a bad or defective wastegate or maybe one of the new Turbosmart Compact BOV’s is bad.. I don’t want to be that guy who blows money on parts to throw at it but I can’t take it to the dealer because they want to replace the timing chain and everything related to it. I know it’s not that because it doesn’t miss at idle, no rattle whatsoever, and I can feel it trying to go until it dumps boost and flutters. I just want your opinion on my thoughts about it and any ideas as to a remedy would be awesome!!