warped discs or maybe even salt trapped in caliper somewhere, try the easy way first, blast discs and calipers with jetwash and see if that clears out any crap or salt from roads, if not, warped or knackered discs or as reeper says bushes
No one has mentioned it could just be the pads. Which is the cheepest option here. Had numerous cars that had major judder all cured by a decent set of pads. If you don't know what make you have on at the mo (if you have just got the car etc etc) might be worth going for something like redstuff.
Then if the judder is still there stick the old pads back on and keep the new pads for once the discs have been checked for being warped. If they do end up getting skimmed or you buy new ones you will have a set of new pads already and waiting
Most of the time warped discs get an uneven pattern of wear around them. Take a good look at them and try and see if you can see like a smearing sort of a pattern on them when you look at them from different angles if you get me.
Hi, my r33 has been sat in my garage for a while, i started it up today and it was missing. Found out it was cylinder 2, took the spark plug out and it was wet with what looks like oil and it looks like there is oil in the hole on the piston. The car ran fine before the engine is fully forged...
I took this picture of my car I'm wondering if these rectangular holes are supposed to be open at the end the don't look cut I'm just wondering if it's supposed to look like this I've just sat the indicator wire in there till bumper goes back on
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