I have not been on in a while because everything has been working great on my dodge. The last 2 times i was coming back from the race track I had a strange thing happen. I am pulling my enclosed car trailer with race and tools ect... I begin climbing the last summit before I get home. It is not a steep grade and the summit is about 3k. I pull much bigger hills on the same trip. This one has about an 1/8 mile where the road is very bumpy. They are like cut bumps in the road, not jarring but noticeable and rhythmic, dadonk... dadonk kinda thing, very repetitive. During this short distance the pickup pulls like ****. The first trip i noticed it slowing down, I was doing about 55 egts were 1150 then started climbing. I was doing about 2100 RPM boost was about 12 psi. Then the pickup just died, like it ran out of fuel. I coasted to the rest stop that was on the summit. Pulled in and went to start the pickup. It fired up but then died immediately, almost like the Fuel shout off solenoid wouldn't stay up. So i popped the hood, checked it out, turned the key on, verified the FSS was up and it was, fired it up and it idled like nothing happened. Started great as it always does. I thought maybe i had just lugged it too bad or something and went back on the road. The pickup has ran great for 2 weeks, towing and everything. This weekend towed to the track just fine then at the same spot I thought maybe I will down shift and see what happens. So i start losing speed and egts climb so I drop into 3rd, goes normal for a second or 2 then it revs on its own to 2700 rpm. I could feel the pedal go to the floor. Then the motor just shuts down again, same spot. I coast to the rest stop. Pickup fires right up, no issues. I have no idea what is happening but I am thinking it has to do with the bumps. Mind you this pickup has extra leafs and is very stiff and these bumps are pretty good sized for a paved road. Not logging road bad but pretty bad for a 60mph road. Any idea?