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06-27-2012 12:10 AM
PumkinSvt Nah it's not bad at all once the mounts are broken in


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06-26-2012 10:46 PM
Eastwood would it be feel like you are in the shakeR?
06-26-2012 11:41 AM
PumkinSvt I'd do the drivers side
06-26-2012 10:04 AM
dcspeed
Installed JRSC, which engine mounts to change?

I just finished installing a JRSC on my 02 FSVT. I already have the CFM lower dogbone engine mount installed.

My question is which side engine mount should I try upgrading first?

I happen to have both of them from a previous car build. The car is transitioning to a track car over time but for now it also sees occassional daily driver use so at this time I would rather not have it rattle like crazy at idle.

I can ultimatley upgrade both but I am curious which of the two might have a greater impact on vibration as well as which might be more critical for controlling engine movement.

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