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Does the vibration happen at road speeds, or certain RPM? We need more info to help you diagnose what your problem might be.

I have seen 460s that had huge weights welded onto the crank because of serious imbalance problems in the casting, that were corrected when the rotating assembly was professionally balanced.
 
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ok... It comes in as soon as you give it some gas..Dont have to be driving. "Just sitting in the shop giving it gas and pondering. If you hold it down and just keep incressing in RPM's it will fade away at around 3000 to 3500 and as you keep on it will come back in. I have taken the belts off and had nothing pulling on it and still the same vibration. Pushed the clutch in and left in neutral... same problem. Does this help you?
 
 
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