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350z Rubbing Vibration Noise when Accelerating

Strange noise from 350z when accelerating... The beggining you can hear it well but when I put the camera on the dash it's very noticable.. You can hear the normal engine accelerating noise in the background and the hollow type strange noise over it all. Feels like it takes a performance hit too.


 


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