You can inspect your inner fender liner to see if there are tire rub marks on it. I am still not convinced my issue is with the strut mount bearing. But chassis ear kept pointing to itmAkl,
Hope you are correct for your issue but my sound is somewhat different. It is a much lower resonant pitch which I would describe now as if a tire was rubbing on the inner fender well. Whoomph-whoomph for only a second or two. Noticeable vibration on steering and pedal along with the noise. Always at slow speed and turning to extremes forward or backing. Never at higher speeds. Some days no noise - but most days yes. Have torqued the strut nut and made sure the tires were torqued properly also. I'm not digging deeper myself and will let the dealer looks at it. Maybe chassis ears would provide someplace to start. The only thing that I can remember that might have in some way affected anything prior to this noise was driving 1200 miles in literally downpouring rain for 2 1/2 days. It rained non stop and I had to pull over 2-3 times as it was unsafe to drive. Who knows where all that water may have ended up.
The only thing is it only started in the last 500 miles of a total of 13,800. Didn’t do it before.Those noises on the videos above are definitely not normal. A 'whoomp whoomp' when rolling at full lock is most likely the tires, which would be normal. It should also feel like you're stepping over something. Having said that, my Bullitt doesn't do it... but all my Corvettes did, and the Porsche as well. And the Porsche only had 235 tires in front. It has to do with the geometry of the suspension at full lock, and (aggressive) alignment.