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I'd hook up some CIS gauges. check and denote your WUR pressures: cold, warm, boost.

Then, leave them in place. Place a couple zip ties to keep them firm and run your car [don't race it ] for enough time for the problem to replicate itself. Ensure there are no leaks at the connection points on the WUR and on the Gauge Hoses.

Then, when it happens, denote your Warm Pressure reading. I'll bet it may have dropped. If so, this could be due to a problem with your WUR Electrical Connector or the WUR itself.

That's what I'd do first...
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