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Hello,

I've seen a couple of threads on this issue but no resolution on it or people haven't updated the threads on what they found. I brought mine into the dealer and they replaced the driver side wheel hub, and said "it was fixed." but it's definitely not. Wondering if this is a normal thing with our cars or whats going on. I don't know what else it could be and my dealer is clueless on these cars since I'm the only one in town that owns one and they're lucky to order one a year, if that. Thought it was a rock when it first started a couple months ago but has gotten progressively worse.

Any help or insight would be appreciated! Thank you!!

Here's a clip of the sound.
[video=youtube;m-kvw7dPgkw]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-kvw7dPgkw[/video]
 

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The sound you are hearing is not unusual for the GT350. The disk brakes reside on a free floating aluminum center cap connected with free floating steel spokes that significantly reduce heat transfer from the disk to the wheel hub.
 

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Stop dreaming.
It is not the brakes!
Otherwise EVERY gt350 would have this problem.

There are many who have this problem but not everyone....

Have the same problem since the purchase.
Have now turned on my legal protection, since the garage does not want to carry out the repair.


This noise is definitely NOT normal and is absolutely embarrassing to drive around like this :X
 

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No dreaming here. Sounds like you don't have experience with the technology. It will make the most "tinking" noise (the very noise in your video) when cooling from a track session and turning slowly.

Every wheel hub is produced in an acceptable tolerance range so some may experience it more than others, but the design and the noise is present in every GT350. Its NOT a problem. It is an engineering marvel; one of the many that make the GT350 such an amazing track car.

If you don't care to understand then that is your problem...there is no "repair" necessary
 

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[video=youtube_share;s-dUVIMxaLE]https://youtu.be/s-dUVIMxaLE[/video]


They're completely different things!!!


[video=youtube_share;5mk3yT_icvU]https://youtu.be/5mk3yT_icvU[/video]

The tick noise while driving is NOT NORMAL!
And not every GT350 has this problem !
 

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I had a clicking sound when turning. Took it in and they replaced the rear wheel bearing (after some convincing).

[video=youtube;3vYHaOcFyQg]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vYHaOcFyQg&feature=youtu.be[/video]
 
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