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  • Last Activity: 10-06-2017 12:51 PM
  • Join Date: 11-03-2012
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  1. astongirl
    03-12-2014 12:26 PM
    Thanks for the info oo7. I've only driven with them for about 100 miles so I'm not sure when they would become noisy. So far so good... What was driving me nuts was truly the brake dust....
  2. oo7
    03-11-2014 02:58 AM
    FYI, if you put the porterfields on the back they are likely to be noisey, if that bothers you.
  3. astongirl
    07-15-2013 03:04 PM
    Sorry, AstonAddict... I saw a post about it on your page, but I should send the message to macksamus as he was referring to a 'clatter'.....
  4. AstonAddict
    07-15-2013 02:26 PM
    Hi AstonGrl,
    Send me a message to [email protected], my car does not clatter.
  5. astongirl
    07-05-2013 02:30 PM
    The Vantage is a very sporty ride. Mine has the semi-automated manual transmission. It feels like a true stick shift on the lower gears - which I've started to really enjoy. I haven't been in a DB9 but I have been in a Virage just like yours. My friend's Virage is black but with yellow calipers.
  6. LRDog
    07-05-2013 07:33 AM
    Hi Astongirl, My former AM was a DB9. Completely different cars b/c the DB9 was a coupe with sport package and had a 6-speed. The Virage is a TT2 and a convertible. SOP feel is not significantly different. I really like the TT2 and like the styling of the Virage over the DB9.

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