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  1. AAhh the wire hitting roll bar, exactly what i have (57 RS). Usually around right hand corners, under load. Had the dealer check it on the first service. No fault. The only other noise i have is from speedo pod, a big push seems to cure it! If you ever find out what the wire noise is........
  2. yeah,, i tried the turn without any throttle and no noise. So i guess its all right. Thanks for your help.
  3. Just a quick question guys,, i know the diff's are noisy on the gt3 but mine seems to grind and shake the body when moving left or right (out of the driveway). Fine in a straight line. Is this right? I asked the dealer and he said that is how they are. I read the manual and it says you will hear a slight noise, well this is far from slight. If you can imagine a wheel rubbing on the body work, thats the sound and the feeling i get. If you could put my mind at rest......
  4. sarg3

    2003 gt3 new to me

    UK,, north london. Got some good weather here at the moment but it wont last, so im making the most of it.
  5. sarg3

    2003 gt3 new to me

    hope this works and again ahh it worked,, as you can see, already needs a clean. Brake dust everywhere!!! But that'll have to be a job for next weekend
  6. Hi guys & girls.. just thought i'd say hello. Been here on the side lines awhile now. Great forum! Well you all made me turn away from a nice c2 i had been eyeing,, test drove and then purchased the gt3 that was sitting next to in in show room. Now i have a much lighter wallet, but a far bigger smile on my face. Not alot to say other than,,, what a great car, i seem to be driving it in every spare second i get. So this is going to be short as i feel another drive comming on!!! Pics to follow, if the car stays still for long enough
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