It was pretty hard for me to look at everything, gauges, rpms, etc while tryin to merge onto a highway, but...
When I came across the hiccup I may have let off the gas slightly and the power came on after as second, and then I mash the gas back down. Then everything ran like normal and boost was kicking in. But during that hiccup I cannot recollect much besides the fact I couldn't hear any blower whine. Almost as if all power to the driveline was cut, but the motor was still running.
I didn't hear any squealing or smell of anything like burning rubber.
Possibly a tune issue with the throttle?
SOLD -2005 Black GT Whipple HO| Oil Seperator | Steeda Tensioner | 93 dyno tune | Autometer Cobalt | GTAs | Eibach Pro-kit | Tokico D-Specs | CHE UCA | BMR PH | BMR LCA | BMR LCA Bracket | 18x9/10 Deep Dish Bullits
2013 Shelby GT500