Hi guys, young mini enthusiast here, I got my R53 about a month ago and I've loved every second of driving the thing, from the little things such as discovering functions on the interior that I didn't expect, all the way to beating my dad's Z3 m roadster in a hill climb race. I've been doing mostly my own work on the car, it has been fairly modded in its past lives, with mods such as a 15% pulley, what appears to be a mishimoto radiator, and some fat brembo brakes that stop the thing as if i dropped an anchor off the back. But I've been confronted with an issue that stumps my dad and I, when I take the thing close to redline, the gauges shut off and then turn back on as soon as I shift, now that was concerning but the car didn't stop dead in its tracks so I didn't think about it too much. The real issue happened to me the other night, I decided to be a teenage hooligan, and I took the thing up to redline in first, shifted to second, and the whole car jerked a little bit, as if I had not rev matched a downshift properly. My gauges shut off and came back on again, and I had just backed off the throttle as of feeling this shaking. About half a mile later, the check engine light came on, I decided to stop the car and check the code with the reader I have, PO302, cylinder 2 misfire. I gingerly took the car home, and went to bed for the night. Earlier today I re-torqued the spark plugs that I had replaced not even a week ago, and took my dad on a drive. Went into second, and revved it up, speedometer lost power as I felt the shaking started again. Immediately let off the throttle so as to not turn on the check engine light again. Now here's the real kicker, This car has an MSD coilpack and wires, I read some threads on here, you guys hate the MSD even saying that it can harm the ECU. So I ask, would switching back to oem coil pack and wires solve this problem? And if it isn't the coils, where should I check next?