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Default 2015 M235i Log Help - 05-30-2019, 10:46 AM

Hello, This is my first post so I apologize for not having specifics but can someone help me with the codes that have been thrown recently?

120308 Boost pressure lower than expected
108F01 Boost pressure lower than expected

These are thrown when I accelerate fast and then it says Intermittent Drive Train Malfunction on my screen.
was in Map 0

I have the following mods:

down pipe
charge pipe
blowoff valve
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