My Tourer has been developing an intermittent problem with acceleration. What happens goes something like this... Drives normally, then slow down to stop and when I go to pull away it's like there's no throttle at all... the revs climb so slowly that the car either barely moves or stalls. If I can catch it in time, I have to depress the clutch, get the revs to rise to well over 2k before kinda snatching at the clutch to get the car moving... At the same time this happens, it feels like the turbo doesn't kick in until around 2500rpm (it's normally around the 1800rpm mark). In addition to that, it can also happen in 2nd, 3rd or 4th when the revs drop below 2500rpm making acceleration a real problem and and as a result I am now driving it much harder and changing gears 3x as much... Corners that I would take in 3rd and accelerate away fine... Now require 2nd gear and so forth. At times I'm having to change down from 4th to 2nd or 3rd to first, just to get the car to pick up speed. It's not a clutch issue... the revs don't rise at all me pressing the throttle and I can floor the throttle and the rise rise at a snails pace This is causing serious issues if I am trying to pull out of a junction and several times I've pulled out and nothing happens which causes me to block the junction/roundabout and oncoming traffic... I'm having to rev it to 3k RPM before pulling out of anywhere now just in case. I'm going to have the fuel filter changed (as I bought one a few months ago) because I don't know when it was last done.. and cross my fingers that it helps/resolves the problem... Because the only other things I can think it might be is a failing potentiometer on the throttle itself or perhaps the fuel pump. All advice welcomed because it's getting to the point where the car is becoming undriveable and the frequency of this happening is increasing. In addition to all that, I have a major issue with one (or both) of the real callipers binding. Would it be better to get a couple of slider kits to refurbish both callipers or replace them both? I found these on ebay and wondered if they would do... unless Holdcroft Honda can do them at a decent price. I changed the discs and pads last \August, but will probably fit new rear pads again as they're probably worn right down again due to this. I don't think the rear brakes are binding enough to be a factor in the throttle problem.