I have a 91 civic Si that I just swapped a jdm b16a w/mt into. Started up amazing so I'm all stoked but when I go to test drive it, about 15 feet down the road I start hearing and feeling a sort of robust wobble coming from one of the front wheels, I think the driver side. This happened at less than 15mph and got worse with speed. I pulled both front wheels off, it looks like the axles are installed right, they are new btw, the lugs had been torqued, all the suspension hardware is tight, though some bushings are getting old it was not doing anything like this before the swap. The pass. front wheel seems great, but when rotating the driver side by hand some weird things were happening: Noises; not clicking, but like a blop blop blop. I noticed the engine would rock slightly when rotating the wheel. On the test drive, when I turned left, the problem went away, turning right made it much worse and was definately noticable going straght. The alignment was done on the car about 1000m ago, both front wheel bearings, axles and tires are new. My guess is the intermediate shaft. If it, or the bearings in it were bad it might have these problems right? If so, can I re-use the one off the b18a1 w/mt that I know is good?