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Old 08-28-2012, 02:26 PM   #11
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I have the "street" mount from CFM, and I've decided just to stick with it till it breaks in. Thanks for all the info guys.
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I have the "street" mount from CFM, and I've decided just to stick with it till it breaks in. Thanks for all the info guys.
I got the street CFM and if mine has broken in - in the last year that I've had it in - it shows no signs of reducing vibrations, especially with the A/C on.

As an aside, my rear license plate rattles at the same frequency so at low rpms, hilarity ensues for me or sometimes I'm really pissed off. Depends on the traffic.

Good luck - at least you'll enjoy the lack of play between shifts :)
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I got the street CFM and if mine has broken in - in the last year that I've had it in - it shows no signs of reducing vibrations, especially with the A/C on.

As an aside, my rear license plate rattles at the same frequency so at low rpms, hilarity ensues for me or sometimes I'm really pissed off. Depends on the traffic.Your bumping w/ the jams, huh LOL

Good luck - at least you'll enjoy the lack of play between shifts :)
I'd tighten down the plate frame & use a plastic one.
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