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Vibration!!! hi have 80000 mls on my 94 nsx wen hi rev the motor at 1500 1800 rpm hi notice a big vibration even if im on neutral hi coul feel it inside the car and if im tuching the motor hi could feel it to !! could it be the clutch !! or do hi have a balancer belt !! hope is not inside the motor!!! tanks!! Stef

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It could possibly be a bad motor mount.

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