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Able to tell us more about the bracket? Might try and tighten on my own.


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Does anyone have access to decent exhaust system schematics or photos for the Cayman S that would highlight the bracket that ExTTer mentions, assuming they are also on more than
the 2.0L motor? Otherwise I guess whilst awaiting the sound CD, I can put the rear end on race ramps, get out a rubber mallet, and start banging on pipes before cranking down on bolts.
I hope that's all it takes to get rid of this low RPM rattle under engine load. The car is so brilliant otherwise...
 

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Does anyone have access to decent exhaust system schematics or photos for the Cayman S that would highlight the bracket that ExTTer mentions, assuming they are also on more than
the 2.0L motor? Otherwise I guess whilst awaiting the sound CD, I can put the rear end on race ramps, get out a rubber mallet, and start banging on pipes before cranking down on bolts.
I hope that's all it takes to get rid of this low RPM rattle under engine load. The car is so brilliant otherwise...
Is this diagram any good
 

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Thanks Mark...

I found these diagrams before, but would love to see how they lay out
in the underbody as that just can't be guessed from the parts diagrams
alone. I tried looking at Youtube for this, but....can't always get what you
need there. Was hoping for photos of the underbelly of the car with
suggestions of what, IF anything, might cause or drive the rattles.

thanks for the links, though.
appreciated.

In the meantime, some of the other work on the car has reduced the
noises, somewhat. More work on the Privacy Shield, and addition
of the side air intakes covers, Zunnsport, seems have reduced the issues
further. It's often very tough to pinpoint noises unless they hit you in the face
or ear. Other resonances in the body are often just a headache to pinpoint.
You think they are coming from one spot, but the noise bounce off windows
and body panels and you're left with a mystery. That's kind of where I am.
But bit by bit... In the meantime, the car is just a brilliant handling machine.
Best handling car I've had, by far.
 
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