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Hello and welcome to just answer. I have seen something like this before, and it ended up being the ignition coil inside of the distributor. It is breaking down under a load at times. I am leaning towards this because you have no codes and fuel pressure is good. I recommend replacing the distributor and plug wires. I am pretty sure that this will take care of it.
I hope this helps!
Hmmm, really? And still no codes at all? Have you checked for contaminated fuel? Water in the fuel?
Strange one. Do you have a scan tool that can display real time sensor data and watch the sensor values while driving it when it acts up?