99 Grand Prix GT Surging Problem

My car just started to surge in certain conditions as well. It happens at around 1900 RPM on hills and all it takes to stop it is to give it more gas. I have replaced my coil packs with MSD ignition coils, so i
dont think that could be it, but i have the stock ones, so i might switch it back and see if there is a change. Also i tuned up my car at 80,000 miles. Both o2 sensors were replaced as well as the best plugs you could BUT, i used just normal wires. So has anyone tried just replacing the wires with some MSD wires or something a little tougher than OEM. Also i wonder if anyone has plugged a scan tool into there computer to see if there are any DTC's being thrown by the MAF, or Throttle Posistion Sensor.
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This is more for anyones information that myself seeings how i posted the first message. I have been reading everything i could find about this surging problem, from tourque converters to spark plug wires etc. I dont know how it could be a tourque converter, because it would show signs elsewhere. As far as the ingnition side goes. I did a full tune up approx 20,000 miles ago, and put MSD coils about 5,000 miles ago. So with bosch platinum 4 plugs the coils and all new O2 sensors the weakest point would be the wires and tonight i am going to check if they are arching. However with all that in mind I also have a intake on my car, which used to be cold air, but i changed it to a short ram. I am not sure if messing with it caused any problems, but maybe. I also went to advanced auto parts and used a code reader, and my car is throwing absolutely no codes at all. So what i did was completely disconnected the battery from the car and waited approximately a half an hour. Then before i connected it again i touched the pos and neg cables together to remove and charge and reconnected it. So far after two days of driving I have not had it reoccour. Maybe it was reading a bad mix on air/fuel, i am not sure, but I would try this first before reverting to a new tourque converter or doing a complete tune up on a car that hasn't gone at least 80,000 miles yet. The new car coil pack inginition systems last a heck of a lot longer than the old rotor, cap, distributor setups.
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Forgot to add a couple things. Along with the full tune up at 80,000 miles that also meant i changed the fuel filter and at 100,000 miles i replaced the trans axle filter and fluid. When i examined the manget in the transmission pan it was in perfect condition. Just fine metal dust that is normal from a tourque converter. I also installed a new PCV valve then too. My car has 108,000 miles on it now.
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