04-09-2008, 09:35 PM
Seem that the 2B camber plate causes some noisy sound when the car did knock on the abrupt sudden impact.the sound is just like the something bumping on the metal.Is this normal?
the 2B is working silent with the small irregularites road or small potholes.
I havn't removed the metal cap for the stop buffer yet.Thinking to remove it.Hope it will help.Had anuone experinced this before?
04-09-2008, 10:46 PM
It've just installed the camber plate 3-4 days ago.I'm not sure if the noise came from the bearing.I've also STFA.WVURS6 said,the older version which polluted the noise will be came up
with older style of "2B" with oval around,larger logo . The latest Revolution will be came up with nwer "2B" style without oval,smaller. I got the latest one. Which one did you on your car,Corey?
here's i think it's from SchwarzS6
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here's it's mine
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04-10-2008, 06:16 AM
I don't know if it was the original installers or what happened, but it was a hollow clunk, like the sound of a blown up ball joint, of which the car didn't have.
04-10-2008, 09:15 AM
I have not had a single noise from my 2B set since I installed the newer style bearings so you may have some other suspension stuff going on or you may be one unlucky guy and gotten some bad bearings. The way you describe your sound is just like what mine sounded like when I had the old style bearings, they would knock on sudden abrupt impacts, especially on "washboard" pavement. (pavement with ripples in it).
You have the newer style bearings so I am surprised that they are knocking. Maybe the new bearings have brought to light some other weak component in your suspension. Ball joint, strut bearings, etc..
Do both sides knock?
04-10-2008, 09:27 AM
but mostly I heard from the driver side because
it's closed to us.the noise came out when it hit pretty hard and once(it sound like spring or s'thing like metal hitting).on daily driving,it's working silent.Had your old style bearing also caused the noise when the car running through the unsmoothed surface road?I've e-mail to Antoine@2bennett.com he hasn't replied me yet.I tried to lubed on the bearing seem doesn't help.I'm gonna remove the Cap for the stop buffer and reinstall the plate again.Hope it'll help
04-10-2008, 09:38 AM
If so you need to re-read the directions. You need to trim a portion of the fenderwell. This will only make a noise when you really compress the suspension as the top plate will smack the fenderwell.
If it is the bearings they will make noise with very little suspension compression, if the noise is only under suspension compression than I just solved the problem for you and re read the installation instructions.
The bad part is that this requires strut removal to do properly :(