Vibration in the drivetrain. We've done a lot of stuff to isolate the problem. Crank Pulley, Single Mass LS7 Flywheel/clutch, new motor mounts.:hmm: What kind of issues will depend on what/where advice is given.
Engine? PowerTrain? :noidea: Electrical/Electronics?
That's a great idea, although we've already eliminated that since the vibe is also present in neutral standing still.Well, the Driveshaft (Driveline/Axle Propeller Shaft) is two piece. Could be the center support bearing. Be sure to mark all parts prior to disassembly.
If it was ever taken out without alignment & reassembled, it could be 'out of balance'.
I'll give em a shot. I have to change out the trans mount from poly back to stock and see if that helps.Damn, I don't have the link on this computer. What was the name of that shop in Jersey? I think it was in little falls, it's three letters. They've seen a bunch of V's.
To be honest, I'd have them take a quick look at it. If they couldn't give me a definite answer, the next best option is a trip to Lyndsay. Vibrations are a bitch on our cars. Lyndsay probably sees five times as many V's as anyone in the country.