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WHEN BRAKING WARPED ROTORS ARE FRONT SHIMMY, ON SMOOTH ROAD IN NEUTRAL WHEEL BALANCE, WHEN IN GEAR ACCELERATING FUEL/TUNE UP , SLOWING DOWN TRANSMISSION DECEL DOWNSHIFT. MAKE SURE MUFFLER SYSTEM IS FIRMLY ATTACHED, NOTHING LOOSE AFTER ENGINE IS COOL
Is there somthing hitting the gas pedal, like the floor mat? Or maybe something under the dash came loose and is getting caught under the brake pedal and pushing on the gas. Put the shifter in neutral if you get into a situation where going to hit something or someone. The engine has a rev limiter, to prevent it from over reving.