If it's engine rpm related, and not drivetrain rpm related, that pretty
well takes the cv joint out of the picture. Though the input shaft
of the gearbox is still a possibility.
So I'd be investigating things like a loose flywheel or pressure plate,
bent front pulley, cockeyed belt driven accessory, bent push rod, etc.
>>> "Ptegler" <email@example.com> 10/16 11:36 AM >>>
....and yes... is seems engine speed dependent.
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