Power cuts out under hard cornering
Hello, I have been experiencing an interesting issue. It only happens under Very hard cornering. My 95 Cougar 4.6 will temporarily cut power like a traction or stability control. I first noticed this when I was trying to do some donuts for fun on private property. about halfway through the slide the car felt like it stalled then picked up again maybe after 2 seconds, Just long enough for the tires to stop spinning. I had this happen on a road course as well on a hard turn. I tried it again in the snow and there was no issue then. It slid around in 2nd gear with no problem. It does not have a traction control button and if I do a brake stand it will spin and stay spinning without cutting out. I would like to get this figured out because its my play car and its a bit of a buzzkill when I cant take it out and have it behave right, is there any kind of failsafe that cuts engine power for things like that? it wasn't over revved I don't think I ever passed 5000rpm. it felt like my BMW with Stability control on if I tried to slide.