Originally Posted by Carguy8888
Thank you very much for the reply's. I will bring it to my exhaust shop b/c I have no access to a lift & I am smart enough to know I am not mechanically inclined to repair it lol. The heater hose is a great idea if need be.
Unless you know the guys personally or can watch them work on it I would avoid shops, especially with custom work like this.
Do yourself a favor and buy some race ramps, you will love them for working under the car and oil changes.
You could probably pretty easily get under the back of the car without any lift or anything and atleast wiggle the exhaust and see if its rubbing/hitting there.
I do have oe motor mounts, I thought the poly parts have much more vibration? I thought the crashing was the exhaust but it could be something else. Rear shocks are Bilstein's, sway bar, bump stops & lca bushings are fairly new.
Surprisingly poly motor mounts have very little vibration and its only at idle and predominantly when the car is cold, I also have a mild heads/cam car so mine will vibrate more than a stock cam car, which I would image wouldn't really vibrate at all. Im really picky about those kind of things and I avoided the poly mounts for a while because of it but its definitely a non issue. Well worth it IMO, the install was terrible but the results were great.
When did you start noticing this? After installing all of that?
What kind of LCA bushings did you go with?