So I’ve just got done installing skunk 2 springs, kyb shocks, es bushing kit, es trailing arm bushings, type r rear sway bar, new ball joints, new tie rods, and new front rotors. Got an alignment and everything is in spec. Tires are worn pretty bad and unevenly from previous drop and bad alignment.
Problem only occurs when im going straight ahead at 60 + getting worse the faster I go. Steering wheel starts to get a real violent shake and it seems to shake the whole car once im going 70 or more.
I have recently replaced the driver side axle. I just checked both axles and the midshaft , they seem good. How much movement should there be in the axles while trying to shake them by hand anyways?
When I checked the rotors one of them seems to only be making contact with the outer part of the pad. I have also only put about 50 miles on these new rotors. Should I wait to see how they are after putting a few more miles on them or get them turned?
I already know I have a torn driver side engine mount and i believe all the others are in good condition. Would this mount being torn have an effect on my axles lifespan because there is a pretty good shake at partial throttle?
Thanks in advance for your opinions and by the way despite the few problems loving the setup for the price, thing corners like a beast.