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My Quattroporte has the same issue, but I have not yet solved it...
If your Quattroporte is a F1, then the two cables that lead from your rear wheels meet at a junction attached to your torque tube housing. That mount is insulated by discs made of the same deterioration-prone material as the shock hyperblocks. They eventually dissolve to brown dust and leave a the aluminium connections behind, causing noise that transmits from your drive train and changes with the revs/transmission speed.

There should be a kit available for replacement. I made new bushings out of plastic washers from a flat-screen TV mount lol. They're silent, look stock, and will last forever.
 
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