Hi Folks... I'm tired of trying to find the issue on my 95' Manual stock GT. My pony has 39k miles on it and is "brand new" but there is one thing that is making me crazy. When I'm running on partial load on a plane road within a constant speed my car "kicks" when the speed is between 1200 & 1900 RPM. What is strange is that my Tachometer indicator seem to follow this kicks and the speed always drops like 100 rpm by each kick... If I have this condidion of "kicking" the engine speed shown is less than the real one in the engine (since I didn't lost the vehicle speed and I didn't hit the clutch) and I reach a down hill if I take my foot of the gas pedal the rpm "climbs" to show the exact speed... and if I hit a little the gas, then the speed drops a little and the engine starts kicking again. In WOT conition the car runs great! no problem at all, unless when I reach above 3000 rpm that I start to hear a detonation and it continues until 4000 rpm. The problem is intermitent, I read something telling about a similar issue on this website: http://www.justanswer.com/ford/7thx...tang-gt-5-0-sputters-kicks.html#ixzz3RwvIZnTo I changed my coil to a MSD (Same size of the stock one), changed the sparks, looms, rotor cap, and nothing. When the car is cold seems to be okay but a little time later the problem comes again... I am really thinking about my TPS but I will not eliminate the knocking on WOT after 3000 rpm, but I would like to have a help from you guys about the kicking that is really annoying.... thank you all!!