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When the clutch is depressed all the way to the floor it vibrates ever so slightly. Release it an inch and it goes away.

When at higher speeds on the highway my driver window has some wind noise.

I doubt these are anything substantial, but tell me Im not the only one so I can sleep tonight please.
 

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When the clutch is depressed all the way to the floor it vibrates ever so slightly. Release it an inch and it goes away.
when the engine is going or when the engine is off & cold?
cause if it the latter then that's the exhaust valves opening & closing and that's normal.
 

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when the engine is going or when the engine is off & cold?
cause if it the latter then that's the exhaust valves opening & closing and that's normal.
While the engine is running and in gear. It's just an annoyance if I want to leave the car in gear at a red light. I have just been leaving it into neutral.
 

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When the clutch is depressed all the way to the floor it vibrates ever so slightly. Release it an inch and it goes away.

When at higher speeds on the highway my driver window has some wind noise.

I doubt these are anything substantial, but tell me Im not the only one so I can sleep tonight please.
+1 on the driver's side window noise
 

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When the clutch is depressed all the way to the floor it vibrates ever so slightly. Release it an inch and it goes away.

When at higher speeds on the highway my driver window has some wind noise.

I doubt these are anything substantial, but tell me Im not the only one so I can sleep tonight please.
I suspect you have the same wind noise I have. Side windows are very thin and it’s pretty normal to hear wind sounds clipping the surface. Pretty normal. Remember, this car is meant to be light and fast, thick windows like in a Lexus wieght a lot. Anyway, who drives with windows closed?
 

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When the clutch is depressed all the way to the floor it vibrates ever so slightly. Release it an inch and it goes away.
When at higher speeds on the highway my driver window has some wind noise.
LOL...The whole vehicle is loud and vibrates like no other new car I've ever owned but that's the car's DNA.
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When the clutch is depressed all the way to the floor it vibrates ever so slightly. Release it an inch and it goes away.
When at higher speeds on the highway my driver window has some wind noise.
LOL...The whole vehicle is loud and vibrates like no other new car I've ever owned but that's the car's DNA.
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FWIW, I have neither of those issues, and was surprised at how quiet the wind noise actually is. However, being in Sport mode 99.9% of the time I'd likely not hear it anyways (till I shift into 6th that is:mad:) I keep mine in neutral at lights to lessen any potential wear on the clutch. Good luck Sir!

PS JT, like the comment on windows being down most of the time too...just sounds sooooo sweet it's hard to put any barrier between that awesome exhaust sound ;)
 
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