No, it's not a GTI-R, but I HAVE to ask!!!! Please forgive me.
I've been having a creeking sound (like an old wooden floor creeking sound) when braking with my N14 Pulsar (Over here in South Africa it's called a Sabre 160GX). It almost sounds like the chassis is flexing when the wheel gets to a certain point. Now, I have replaced inner CVs, Bottom ball joints, rack ends, wheel bearings, discs and pads. That's when the issue acutally started.... and also, its a rotational sound so it audible somewhere during each rotation of the wheel.
This sound has been driving me up the wall, so I replaced the discs and pads, wheel bearings and rack ends AGAIN and the bloody sound is still there!!
I made sure each and every nut and bolt on the front of the vehicle is torqued to the correct specification, I have cleaned and lubricated the calipers( probably a thousand times already), what am I missing??
Obviously I cannot keep throwing buckets of money at the car and I need this sorted!
I'll post a pic of the car as soon as my 7 day ban is over...