You wrote the Intake
was building up water because it pooled it up due to AEM
Is that correct? Yes
manifold was building up water as well? Yes
refer to this quote... "once any amount of water goes into your intake, it gets caught in the intake tube because the first bend is angled up."
You didn't notice anything going wrong especially going as slow as you said you were in what was it?
An inch, foot, 3 feet of water? I missed that part. Or over time?The water I crossed at that moment was not a large amount. From taking apart everything I found it was most likely building up over time.
refer to this quote... "so most likely the water had been building up the whole time and slowly being sucked into the intake manifold"
A bump in the road is that right? caused this pool of water in your Intake
and manifold on the same car that you were driving before hand with no troubles to suddenly hydrolock?Yes
refer to this quote... "Now our Intake manifold runners curve up which means it pulls the air from the top. When I hit the small dip it wasnt the water but the fact that I hit the dip that caused my engine to choke. My guess is that the bump splashed the water in the intake manifold and the engine then sucked some in."
A bump in the road made your engine do something more spectacular like induce more air or water or fuel? Is that correct?Nope. refer to above comment
Afterwards of you rexplaination you said, " yeah this is why I really cant wait for the TPR CAI
. this way in the rare times it rains here I just pop off the bottom tube and instant SRI
Is this correct? Yes, I did write that as you can clearly see in my last post.