Could not really find an old thread that had similar issue with a gen 2, so I made this one. 2004 V8. 19" aftermarket wheels; ~2" drop with springs; no bends in wheels I can see. Front tires are Falken FK452, rears are Falken Azenis PT-722. I began getting a slight vibration at highway speeds that barely shakes steering wheel. The car drives straight. When slightly turning to the right, the vibration is noticeably louder as a drone. It sounds like it is coming from the front left wheel. I chalked this up to having worn down front tires (which I did, down to the chords in some spots). I just put on new tires last weekend and they were road force balanced and the rears are a few months older. All of my wheels are mounted with hub centric rings and I have remounted them to make sure nothing was askew. Sway bar bushing and endlinks have been replaced and check out to be in good condition still. So the vibration is the exact same from going to the new tires, so now I am wondering if perhaps I have a bigger issue. I will try and get a video uploaded that shows the sound and comparison with slight turns to the right (such as changing lanes). This is most noticeable at highway speeds, but I can still feel it slightly when at city street speeds, as well. I have not heard of many wheel bearing issues with the gen2, but maybe I am not searching well enough. When jacked up, the wheel has no abnormal movement when rocking back and forth etc. Again, wouldn't a wheel bearing vibrate most of the time and not just when turned to the right? -I have experimented and applied the brakes when I hear the drone at highway speeds and it gets noticeably quieter with minimal deceleration. -I am going to try moving the front wheels to the back when I have more time later this week and see if the sound moves. Any insight would be appreciated, the sound does not seem to be getting worse, it is consistently around the same level. Also I will be doing a photoshoot later this week (most likely Friday)!