If I had time for a new engine, I'd have taken the hard stance, but I couldn't wait for it. Not with a new job to start.
We made the trip safely to the east coast, all 2,100 miles of it through snow and absolutely pouring rain. It's amazing what a day late resulted in for travel.
I am, though, hearing a "whoomp, whoomp, whoomp," sounds that gets fast and slower as I accelerate and decelerate now that wasn't there before all the repairs. It doesn't sound like its coming from under the hood though, like maybe it's the tires? They're all balanced, I checked that. I can't imagine it would be the hubs when I noticed it at under 27,000 miles.
It is time to get new tires, but I can't imagine tread wear would do it.
Any thoughts guys? I've heard the timing belt could make a similar sound but the car runs fine and I don't feel any vibrations or anything or get a light. They did completely take the engine apart so it does have me worried. But again, we did drive 2,100 miles with no issues.
"Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads." - Doc Brown
2012 Camaro 2LT RS, County Road 408, 20 miles south of Casper, Wyoming