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06-27-2016 09:59 PM
ChalupaJones Someone correct me if I'm wrong but there isn't any difference between the 12-16 rmm sizes.
06-27-2016 09:49 PM
Vitali16 These listings
2013-2014 Ford Focus ST UPDATED Turbo 2.0L Engine Transmission Motor Mount OEM,

Electric Lower Rear Engine Mount - Ford Focus ST 2013-2014 / TiVCT 201 ? FSWERKS

say 2013-2014. Is this the correct part for a 2016 SE?
06-26-2016 01:07 PM
ChalupaJones I installed the ERMM without changing any bolts. I don't know where the requirement came from but I don't see why it is.
06-26-2016 10:29 AM
davidz
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Originally Posted by Ron E View Post
Yes, that bolt, it is required when installing the e mount.
So the PN you listed is for the subframe bolt not the bolt that connects the mount to the transmission side, so why is this bolt necessary to replace? Are the stock and electric not the same thread size?
06-26-2016 01:31 AM
leavingmarks Just installed an FSwerks rmm insert and I've very pleased with the results. Especially since it was only $12 vs $50+ for a more solid mount. Shifts are much smoother and lurching in 1st and 2nd gear have been minimized especially in 2nd. Would highly recommend.


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06-25-2016 10:26 PM
Sanforized After a huge ordeal because I messed up and overtorqued one of the bolts, my car finally has the e-RMM in. The weird thing is that I don't notice any increase in NVH at all.
05-20-2016 02:56 AM
Ron E
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Originally Posted by Sanforized View Post
So the new bolt went here?

Yes, that bolt, it is required when installing the e mount.
05-19-2016 11:31 PM
Sanforized
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Originally Posted by Ron E View Post
With the e-rmm i reused the stock bolt in that location (subframe to mount) and the new bolt in the other location, where you dont have one in your pic, where mount connects to arm.
So the new bolt went here?

05-19-2016 10:22 PM
Ron E With the e-rmm i reused the stock bolt in that location (subframe to mount) and the new bolt in the other location, where you dont have one in your pic, where mount connects to arm.
05-19-2016 10:08 PM
Sanforized
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Originally Posted by sailor View Post
Try Tasca or look into FF pricing from Village Ford (Vendor section), even Autonation White Bear Lake might be an option.

The poster above found it at ~$50 from the source he was asking about, only $15 0ver the copy.

Edit - I remember that bolt being mentioned, Wavsine has good info. there I'd trust. Note his link was to another online E-Bay source that looked like actual Ford, no notes on other manufacture like the one you found but no picture of Ford box like in post #485.
It comes to $80.64USD which is around $106CAD after conversion because I'm in Canada. The dealer quoted me $94CAD so I'm trying to see if there's a more economical way.

I can't seem to figure out which bolt the new one replaces. I asked him in the other thread, but if anyone knows, let me know. Thanks in advance.

Edit: Is it possibly for this bolt?

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