b_a_betterperson said:Yep. The tread at speed's kind of buzzy. Make sure your tires aren't overinflated -- as that makes the situation a lot worse. 35 psi at every corner is the spec.
The car only has alittle over 1000 miles on it and I noticed it driving it home from the dealer. I hope the tires aren't feathering already. I suppose it could be just one, I'll check it out.Somewhat_Broken said:Run your hand over the treaon the inside and outside edges, see if it is smooth, or like scales,(smooth one way, and choppy the other) More likely on the inside of the front.
If not it may just be a normal noise, but i doubt it. I probably got louder and you didn't know it since it happen over time.
If it is chopped ot scaled, the only fix is new tires and an alignment.
I have the stock 18s pressure is 33 f and 39 r quietist car I ever had. Much better than the stock 17s Good Year. Check your pressure they are shipped @ 60psi and my first GTO was delivered @ 60psi I wondered what was wrong and why I bought this car driving home. Just glad they didn’t blow out 100+ on bridge.PC4STOP said:I have an 06 with the 18" wheels. Since the day I took it home I have noticed that if the road isn't real smooth, the tires are pretty noisy. Sounds kinda echoy inside the car. Anyone else experience this?
Ya I don’t understand why they don’t check cars before they are delivered? They wash and vacuum and run the BS and then you cant even drive home. I ordered a 05 Chrysler it had 2 bad tires I left after closing and car shock so bad I didn’t want to drive over 30 had to drive home and back then take head mechanic for ride to show him what was wrong with car they acted like never heard of checking a new car before delivery.EEZ GOAT said:your psi will most likly be at 60+ psi. they come from aus like that to prevent flat spots. mine did not check them b4 i drove off the lot.