Well I tried it in nuetral with the clutch engaged and disengaged and to my surprise I now feel it with both. I'm not sure if it's exactly the same with the clutch pedal pressed, but it's there. I swear when I tried it before I couldn't get it to vibrate, but maybe I didn't hold it steady enough for long enough. It's very specific to that rpm.
Any ideas? I was hoping it was the clutch which it still might be I guess or the flywheel. I did smoke the clutch two good times when I first got the car. It's hard going from a 130hp ford ranger manual to a 300hp mustang manual.
I also tested it while driving by pressing in the clutch and reving it up to 3200rpms and the vibration is definately there then.
Friday, July 6th, 2007 AT 10:00 AM