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99+ Gt's does this happen to you?

My car will pot back through the intake under light acceleration. It usually happens on the 2-3 shift. It will do it when the car is cold or about halfway warmed up. This has started happening more and more lately. It did it some when I first got the car then went away and now it does it a good bit. It has done four times this week, is it anything to worry about?

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pot back through the intake
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Think he means pop.

and no never had that happen.

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Sorry I meant pop. Anybody else.

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Ive been told to NEVER drive the car cold. You will hurt your supercharger. The oil need to warm up completely to spray well on the bearings.
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I don't have a supercharger.

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