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Old 12-21-2012, 07:13 PM   #51
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anyone know what are torque specs for the bolts on the rmm?
Depends if your running stock rmm or ms3 grade and plated or unplated.
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Just so everyone knows, If you want to use an aftermarket MS3 poly rear mount, get one with a thin flange. I bought a torque solutions mount and it took extensive modification to be able to fit because the "fingers" or the flange on the TS mount were too thick. I had issues of the mount running into a bolt head on the bracket that mounts to the transmission.



I had to grind the bolt heads of both the bolt that goes through the mount and the one that bolts the bracket to the trans, and I also had to remove about .5" from one of the fingers of the flange. Unfortunately I forgot to take a pic of everything I had to modify to make it fit. but in that picture above you can see how much thicker the afermarket mount is compared to the stocker.

The best poly mount to use would be the JBR one linked before; http://www.jamesbaroneracing.com/sto...42_212_214_217
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Old 12-24-2012, 01:53 PM   #53
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Depends if your running stock rmm or ms3 grade and plated or unplated.
i bought the cfm rmm...im looking to install it
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Old 12-24-2012, 05:35 PM   #54
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i bought the cfm rmm...im looking to install it
So you paid too much for the Focus Electric mount? I see, Albarry liked it for a while, but now the wheel hop was back with a vengeance.
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So you paid too much for the Focus Electric mount? I see, Albarry liked it for a while, but now the wheel hop was back with a vengeance.
Merry Christmas! that didn't answer my question.
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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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here the CM5Z-6068-A(Focus Electric) mount I installed on my ST, help a little on wheels hop issue, I counldn't tell the vibrations different than the stock so I'll give this

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Merry Christmas! that didn't answer my question.
I don't know what the bolt size is for that one that's why I said depends.
If it is 12mm then it could be anywhere from 62 to 72 foot pounds thats for a 8.8 class still need to know the pitch and if it's a plated or unplated bolt. Otherwise I guess just wingit and go somewhere in the middle, need more info for exact torque.
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E-focus rmm

Found this on Focus ST.org....ford factory part from the electric focus

http://www.focusst.org/forum/focus-s...ame-today.html
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There's at least three threads about RMM's right now that all mention the Electric Focus' RMM being a usable, stronger mount than the ST or NA cars.
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I don't know what the bolt size is for that one that's why I said depends.
If it is 12mm then it could be anywhere from 62 to 72 foot pounds thats for a 8.8 class still need to know the pitch and if it's a plated or unplated bolt. Otherwise I guess just wingit and go somewhere in the middle, need more info for exact torque.
thanks for your help
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