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10-03-2016 09:30 PM
20FocusDriver16
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Originally Posted by roswelltop View Post
Over the past two years I've become friends with one of the senior mechanics at Ford dealer. Stopped by yesterday afternoon and his suspension guy installed FFE rmm in about 45 minutes. Have not driven enough miles yet for any observations.
Dropping the car off today and they are installing suspension kit from Ford Racing (ordered through Steve at Tousley)---struts, shocks, springs and rear sway bar.
what exactly are the upgrades in that Ford Performance suspension kit vs a stock titanium or sport package suspension? are shocks & springs different rate, etc.?

EDIT* I thought you had a 14' Ti when you posted this but I just realized it was from '13 so I guess you had a different car at the time...
10-03-2016 09:19 PM
20FocusDriver16
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Originally Posted by XlarXlar View Post
I got mine through these guys: AutoNation Ford White Bear Lake | Parts & Accessories It was the best price that I could find at $43 + $10 shipping. My local dealers wanted $63 which is the standard Ford price. It also didn't take too long to get here.
Thanks for posting that dealership link, I was just about to place an order with cheaperparts but AutoNation-Tousley came in a few $$$ cheaper along with better shipping prices ($15 vs. $30).. my total cost for a RS air box, ERMM & Ti Eng Cover was $156 shipped vs. $183-190 at Cheaper or another online Ford parts dealer
10-03-2016 06:35 PM
felixthecat
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Originally Posted by 20FocusDriver16 View Post
a few quick questions before I place an order:

Does anybody know if Ford upgraded the stiffness of the RMM on the 2016 MK 3.5's or are they exactly the same as the older "soft & sloppy" ones?

Does the ERMM require a different size/length bolt(s) to install on a MK 3.5 or can you just re-use the hardware from the stock RMM?

Is the bolt torque setting still ~80 ft/# as previously mentioned somewhere in the thread?

Thanks!
I'd think they'd be the same, why change it,,,,,,,I'd go for a poly dogbone,,,,,Ford Focus, Mustang and Fiesta Performance Parts & Accessories - CFM Performance
10-03-2016 06:33 PM
20FocusDriver16 a few quick questions before I place an order:

Does anybody know if Ford upgraded the stiffness of the RMM on the 2016 MK 3.5's or are they exactly the same as the older "soft & sloppy" ones?

Does the ERMM require a different size/length bolt(s) to install on a MK 3.5 or can you just re-use the hardware from the stock RMM?

Is the bolt torque setting still ~80 ft/# as previously mentioned somewhere in the thread?

Thanks!
07-22-2016 10:33 PM
ChalupaJones I still get some heavy vibes every now and then but the Cobb had some pretty rough ones by itself. If you're looking for a lot less vibes you'll definitely want the ERMM. I had that one and the ride was still really good with improved performance.
07-22-2016 09:50 PM
Arco-Zakus As far as I know, you would be a pioneer drilling the holes. Might work, might not. I would not have much confidence that it would not create other problems, and make it unlikely that you'd be able to sell it afterwards.
07-22-2016 07:28 PM
Aberk25 I had thought upgrading to a performance upper mount would only make vibrations even worse

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07-22-2016 07:17 PM
Aberk25
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Originally Posted by ChalupaJones View Post
My TTR UMM actually quieted down my Cobb rmm
Interesting, do you have a link to that?

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07-22-2016 07:15 PM
ChalupaJones My TTR UMM actually quieted down my Cobb rmm
07-22-2016 06:14 PM
Aberk25 I mean ill probably end up purchasing the ermm and trying to sell my steeda on ebay but i just wondered if there were any tricks to quiet it down until then

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