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Old 11-29-2012, 10:38 AM   #41
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Thanks Zillion are the Calipers any bigger?
Yep, totally different design. I've thought about doing the same with my car, though. They should bolt up to the knuckle just fine.

See here: http://www.insideline.com/ford/focus...alkaround.html
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Old 11-29-2012, 10:45 AM   #42
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Yep, totally different design. I've thought about doing the same with my car, though. They should bolt up to the knuckle just fine.

See here: http://www.insideline.com/ford/focus...alkaround.html
Yea thats what I thought as well
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Old 12-20-2012, 11:45 AM   #43
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Talking updated info on engine mounts!!

think ive got some more info for you guys to make things a little easyer

The Factory mazdaspeed 3 and 6 mounts are better also but I believe the speed 6's mount to be bigger due to the car being larger..

Sure Motorsports engine mount:
http://www.suremotorsports.com/produ...mance/torq-r3/

JBR engine mount:
http://www.jamesbaroneracing.com/sto...42_212_214_217

CPE engine mount (hardened rubber for less vibrations):
http://www.therpmstore.com/store/p/5...daspeed-3.html

AWR/Offline racings stock mount with energy susp poly bushing:
http://www.offlineracing.com/engine-...4-2008-mazda3/

Cork sport (2 dif styles. Inserts for the speed 3 mount or a poly bushing in a stock mount
http://www.corksport.com/mazdaspeed-.../transmission/


Tourqe Solutions engine mount:
http://www.torquesolution.com/MAZDAS.../ts-ms-002.htm

and here for cheaper:
http://www.amazon.com/TORQUE-SOLUTIO.../dp/B007IQ2I7C

how to make your own mount :
http://www.mazdas247.com/forum/showt...ne-mount-for-4

then we have a ford insert not sure if this is the right one to fit or not....but i found on the st forums that Power Flex has a insert for the euro st and rs that fits out engine mount as its the same :

http://www.powerflex.co.uk/product-d...sert/2041.html

CPE stage 2 focus mountS KIT (TWO PARTS) :
https://www.cp-e.com/products/featur...r-mount-stage2







Im still in the process of finding a mount that i would like to purchase seems im leaning towards the sure mount also im still confused if we get another engine mount that doesent come with a bolt do we need the mazda bold for the mount as well or only the factory mount? seems lieit would be better to go with one that suplies its own bolt??



In my findings i found a summary of aftermarket engine mounts and thought you all would enjoy a chuckle

Pros:

Reduced Wheel Hop
Improved Power Delivery
Increased Overall Feeling of Solidness
Increased Shifter Accuracy

Cons:

Increased Cabin Vibration
Increased Cabin Noise From Road, Engine, and Transmission
Annoyed Passengers Who Don’t Share Your Enthusiasm

Of course, if you’re like me, you’ll read the cons as:

Free Back Massage
Listening To Your Car Be Awesome
Lame People Who Don’t Deserve To Be In Your Car Anyways



yes i know lots of typos ill be back to edit and clean it up later
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Old 12-20-2012, 07:51 PM   #44
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I believe I have the Ford part number for the rear motor mount that is even better than the MS3. I still have to verifiy that it is correct, but it is
CM 526068A.
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Old 12-20-2012, 07:57 PM   #45
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I believe I have the Ford part number for the rear motor mount that is even better than the MS3. I still have to verifiy that it is correct, but it is
CM 526068A.
That's not quite correct. The Focus Electric RMM has an engineering part number like this: CM58-6P082-BA. I'm not 100% certain what the service part number is, although generally its not really different than the engineering part number.

The Focus Electric gets a much more solid electric motor mount than that of the gas powered Foci, despite the ST having even more torque than the FFE.

Its sad that even the ST suffers with the base gas powered focus rmm which is flimsy and allows for a large amount of movement under load even by hand or with only 148 lbf-ft of torque.
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Old 12-21-2012, 01:02 AM   #46
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That's not quite correct. The Focus Electric RMM has an engineering part number like this: CM58-6P082-BA. I'm not 100% certain what the service part number is, although generally its not really different than the engineering part number.

The Focus Electric gets a much more solid electric motor mount than that of the gas powered Foci, despite the ST having even more torque than the FFE.

Its sad that even the ST suffers with the base gas powered focus rmm which is flimsy and allows for a large amount of movement under load even by hand or with only 148 lbf-ft of torque.
I didn't say it was a Focus Electric part number you did, but this part number came direct from a dealer so you tell me if it is correct or not.
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Old 12-21-2012, 03:45 AM   #47
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I didn't say it was a Focus Electric part number you did, but this part number came direct from a dealer so you tell me if it is correct or not.
I believe the number you are looking for is cm5z-6068-a. It is the same one that is being sold as the OEM Style mount in the ST Forum. Google the number and you will find several post in a couple ST Forums discussing the differences.

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I didn't say it was a Focus Electric part number you did, but this part number came direct from a dealer so you tell me if it is correct or not.
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I believe the number you are looking for is cm5z-6068-a. It is the same one that is being sold as the OEM Style mount in the ST Forum. Google the number and you will find several post in a couple ST Forums discussing the differences.

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Rev level A is the older part, I'm not sure what the differences were, but CFM admitted on FJ that it was the mount for the Focus Electric, ergo now there is no reason to be stupid enough to pay an additional mark up for the same part.

Although that's a slightly different part number,which could indicate a revision for 12 vs 13 or whatnot.
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anyone know what are torque specs for the bolts on the rmm?
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Went to the Ford dealer to check out the part number and it appears
CM5Z6068A is the correct one so somebody mistook a 2 for a Z. So I ordered it and got a good discount because my son is a commercial parts pro and does business with this dealer, so my price is $48. The parts guy didn't know there was an all electric Focus, but after looking it up on their computer the
picture shows that it's the proper one. So thanks to Brabs & Suss I am getting the right one.
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