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    96 Z3, MINI CooperS, WRX Wagon (Track Only)
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    95 M3, 96 Z3

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  1. They look great! Are they from wheeldynamics.net? They have great stuff.
  2. Thanks for the information, sir! I plan to replace the rear main seal and other stuff @ 60k miles. I was studying your rear glass thread last week. Very interesting!
  3. Cool. Keep us updated! The sway bar are fine on my car. I realized that if the sway bar was loose, you would hear the noise from the outside a lot louder.
  4. That is great that your car is still under warranty. If I were you, I would tell them that the noise is still there and request them to check the shock mounts. They were probably too lazy to check them out last time when you took the car back, because the mounts are kind of "hidden"
  5. We have the same car color and maybe the same suspension problem also hehe... Mine comes from both sides but right rear is louder. I am trying to get the used car dealer to pay for the parts. Hopefully I get to change them out in 2weeks.
  6. We checked my car's rear suspension during the oil change, and figured out the rear shock mounts are wore out. Maybe yours might have the same problem. Do you hear the noise more clear when the windows are closed and the top is up?
  7. Mine is making that noise. Very noticeable at low speed. It sounds very familiar when my WRX popped its rear swaybar mount bushing. I am going to take it to the shop and have it checked. Thanks again :)
  8. Is there anything I should change @ 44k now? I heard the rear main seal is common to go bad... do you guys have this problem? The car's rear suspension makes some "banging" noise at low speed, gotta get it checked out soon...
  9. Hi guys! I am new here. I am thinking about replacing my Z3 w/ a 01 Boxster S with 44k on the clock. This would be a dailiy driver. How reliable is your Boxster S? Pros/cons? Thanks!
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