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Old 11-13-2015, 10:30 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by rick3000 View Post
If the vibration is only around the 3000 RPM range you may only need to do the engine mount.

Also, the last two digits in Porsche part numbers are version numbers. The part numbers you mentioned are the same, the part number has just been updated since the Pelican article was written.
Thanks for the confirmation on the part number...The vibration I'm getting is at idle. Oddly enough, there's no rhyme or reason to it. I'll be sitting at a light, and the vibration will start. It's more of a rolling vibration, meaning it comes and goes with a specific rhythm once it starts doing it. The second I accelerate, it's gone.
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