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Ferrari 328gts gets 100 km/h and experiences whole car shudder which goes when I decelerate. Have balanced the wheels have not done an alignment have not checked drivetrain. Any ideas?

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Several things to check are wheel bearings and brake rotors. The rotors can have weights welded to them. Sometimes they rust off. Some manufactuers recommend spin balancing on the car.

When you spin balance on the car, you will balance the rotors at the same time. Two things to remember, mount the wheels exactly to the same stud if you take off the wheels for any reason and if you rotate the tires you will have to respin the wheels.

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