If it is EFI I'd say your TFI thingy on the distributor is getting hot. happened to mine. Had to put a new one in. Been fine ever since.
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I dunno where or how you have your crank position sensor mounted in your application,,,,but on many german cars they have a tendency to go to an "open" circuit when they get hot. (two wire sensors)
One way I test them is to hook an ohm meter to the sensor and warm it with a heat gun for about 45 seconds and watch the meter. If the resistance starts raising in a hurry, I know the crank sensor is breaking down.
This may not be your problem, but I see it almost daily on the late model euro stuff I work on. Just a thought.
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