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even if it's not the diff, i would seriously book it in for Q2 upgrade ASAP. it is the best value performance upgrade you can do, and gives you peace of mind. if you don't, and it blows, i'm afraid you shouldn't come back crying (i honestly feel sorry for those that ignore doing the upgrade; it's heavily discussed/documented throughout the forums...yet people think it won't happen to them).

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Originally Posted by David C View Post
Why would a clutch judder on tight turns?
I had that after the first clutch failed on my 3.2, the pressure plate failed, causing the clutch to chatter in neutral and with an element of slip angle dialed in, it would judder when pulling away and during tight turns.

I would suggest this is the likely culprit but I wouldn't chance it. If its the diff it'll be expensive if you leave it, if its the clutch as suggested above and it fails properly, it'll be just as expensive.

Get it looked at by someone who knows what they're doing.
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Thanks for all the advice. The dealer I bought the car from last month has very kindly agreed to sort it out on my behalf & loan me a car while its being done. Very decent of him I think. I'll keep you posted re: developments.
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