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Old 01-02-2012, 09:57 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Mikes350z View Post
is your car 6-speed? If you start the car and turn a sharp left/right out of a parking spot lets say and it makes that noise, I found its from not enough RPM's, it doesnt come from clutch or engine shutter but sounds/feels like wheels are jumping.. get the RPM's up higher to at least 1500 or more and try that, see if it works.
That really shouldn't have anything to do with it and you shouldn't need to be above 1500 rpm to keep the car from stuttering at low speed. The engine has more than enough torque to keep it moving along at 500 rpm.

If you are making a sharp turn in cold weather with summer tires and it feels like the tires are skipping over the pavement... it's because they are. That's just how these compounds of rubber behave when they are below operating temperature.
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