Hi Anvil,Originally posted by anvil:
Okay, ... I've only had the '92 nsx for a month so every unfamiliar sound or shake is worrisome, but overall it has been healthy until now. Today I drove 75 miles to a nearby city and returned tonight on the hilly backroads to listen to my nsx sing. Second was ferocious of course and third made "lift off" seem but a moment away.
But after a few turns a violent vibration shook the steering wheel whenever I tried to brake hard. After about five minutes at a more normal pace, with light application of the brakes, no hint of the shake revealed itself. The same thing happened repeatedly.
I checked the front disks when I got home, but they were only a little warm and very smooth on both the inside and outside surface.
The disks have been cross drilled. Applying the rear brakes alone gave no hint of shimmy, so I deduce that the fronts are the problem. But what is the problem??
[This message has been edited by anvil (edited 10 November 2001).]
you have warped your front rotors; welcome to the club. You can find out more info on this in the FAQ - do a search on "warped rotors".
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