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08-28-2014 02:32 PM
Creative We need a trans mount TTR
08-28-2014 02:01 PM
Salugo Too bad they're not on sale anymore. Or I'd buy both upper and lower mounts.
01-10-2014 10:48 PM
12FOCUS S
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Originally Posted by ShoOff View Post
I'll agree with this. I personally am able to swap out the mounts with in day 30-45 min. So I'm thinking on keeping my Ttr upper handy and just using it for race days or whatever event.
Yes, I want upgraded mounts. I want a durometer option as well.


Not yet sold....my .02
01-07-2014 08:40 AM
ShoOff
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Originally Posted by TurboTechRacing View Post
Upper engine mount, as stated before, is not for all. Those who like to drive aggressive, auto x, or visit the strip will want this. Those looking for a stock car, most likely won't want upgraded mounts.
I'll agree with this. I personally am able to swap out the mounts with in day 30-45 min. So I'm thinking on keeping my Ttr upper handy and just using it for race days or whatever event.
01-06-2014 06:51 PM
TurboTechRacing
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Originally Posted by jdubhack View Post
Upper engine mount, as stated before, is not for all. Those who like to drive aggressive, auto x, or visit the strip will want this. Those looking for a stock car, most likely won't want upgraded mounts.
01-05-2014 04:46 PM
jdubhack
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I believe he's talking about me. If so he speaks the truth. The mount did what it was supposed to however the vibes were just WAY to harsh. My dash and even headliner was starting to make way to much noise and just made every day driving miserable. Now I'm not saying the product is bad or anything but after I removes it and went back to stock I am much happier with my car.

01-05-2014 04:39 PM
ShoOff
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Originally Posted by jdubhack View Post
That's interesting. How many of those customers are Mk3 Focus owners? The overwhelming response on the boards indicates that most are not at all happy with how firm the mount is.

One member has been running your mount from the onset of it's release. He lives in Texas. No issues with cold there. It is now removed, even after thousands of miles, because it was still way to stiff.

I personally have seen some Mk3s with your mount in them. The steering wheel shake was unreal.
I believe he's talking about me. If so he speaks the truth. The mount did what it was supposed to however the vibes were just WAY to harsh. My dash and even headliner was starting to make way to much noise and just made every day driving miserable. Now I'm not saying the product is bad or anything but after I removes it and went back to stock I am much happier with my car.
01-05-2014 01:29 PM
jdubhack
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Originally Posted by TurboTechRacing View Post
I see your in canada, if it is below 32 degrees it will have much more vibrations as the poly is stiff. Plus you should have a rear trans mount upgrade also, as 1 firm mount in a setup of 3 is not ideal. Try a Cobb trans mount.

Many have our mounts and are very happy with the balance of vibs and performance motion control.
That's interesting. How many of those customers are Mk3 Focus owners? The overwhelming response on the boards indicates that most are not at all happy with how firm the mount is.

One member has been running your mount from the onset of it's release. He lives in Texas. No issues with cold there. It is now removed, even after thousands of miles, because it was still way to stiff.

I personally have seen some Mk3s with your mount in them. The steering wheel shake was unreal.
01-05-2014 10:03 AM
Creative
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Originally Posted by TurboTechRacing View Post
Not yet for this engine, however the st yes, as it will be released soon. We plan to make one for this engine too soon.
that sounds great I'm excited to see what you guys come up with.
01-03-2014 08:37 PM
TurboTechRacing
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Originally Posted by Creative View Post
Have you guy at turbotech had a chance to look into the trans mount under the battery tray yet?
Not yet for this engine, however the st yes, as it will be released soon. We plan to make one for this engine too soon.
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