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Old 07-26-2011, 10:49 AM   #1
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welp just put in my cfm lower torque mount!

And I absolutely effing LOVE IT! Little vibebration off idle but that's to be expected with any performance engine mount. I got it with the race bushings and you barely feel anything in the car with the ac off, you do however notice it a lil bit with the air on but no biggie....THANK YOU CFM!


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Old 07-26-2011, 10:56 AM   #2
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Was the install a PITA?
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Old 07-26-2011, 11:05 AM   #3
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no it was cake we had to move the motor back and forth in order to get the transmission side to line up took...what 15 minutes max :)
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Sweet. I'm looking at grabbing one, but I've heard installation is a nightmare.
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COOL! im excited. i just won one on their facebook giveaway
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COOL! im excited. i just won one on their facebook giveaway
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Old 07-26-2011, 01:20 PM   #7
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for me the install was a huge pita. and i had to use a ratchet strap to pull the mount on to the bushing. and ended up having to take the mount off to get the bolt lined up and snugged. but i do like it alot. and like you said its a little more vibration. but down shifting (and rev matching) is super smooth.
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I did notice more vibration on startup, you defiently hear and feel the ac cycling more now, its got a lil vibration off idle and comming down from speed you can feel ot in the car bit its not bad. It's not like solid motor mounts, also I noticed I'm not getting any more shifted movement in my hand.....while the stock rubber tq mount was in there I did notice movement while letting off and applying the gas. Yea we hqd to use a big Effin prybar to get the holes to line up. She feels quicker in all gears now too I guess because I am not getting the movement I had with the stock mount.....us 2nd gen guys if you are thinking about doing it trust me its worth it...if your willing to sacrifice a lil but of comfort for performance. Also of you guys have access to a lift I advise to.do it that way. So there you have it from the mouth of the lion defiently do this mod!
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2 questions: (not sure if you can answer the second one)

1. pictures?

2. cfm offers a street edition. any idea how that feels? or am i better off with the race
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Old 07-26-2011, 05:03 PM   #10
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I would assume the other version the "street"version would be softer in bushing strength and I'm posting pics right now :)
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