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Old 05-03-2013, 03:22 PM   #71
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I have my MS3 mount up for grabs in the Bst section. Was good I just wanted stiffer mount

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Old 05-03-2013, 09:01 PM   #72
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When I was deciding yesterday while I was at CFM I was able to look over both the E-focus rmm, the Steeda mount and have had the MS3 mount. Best bang for your buck is the E-focus mount, since it's stiffer then the ms3 mount but won't be harsh. The Steeda is high quality and gives you options for the inserts.

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We're those only in store parts. I only saw this one on their website http://focus.c-f-m.com/cfm-performan...-focus-st.aspx
I probably would've gone with the steeda if I saw it.
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Old 05-03-2013, 11:24 PM   #73
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Anyone get the FSWerks? I was leaning to this.....


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Old 05-04-2013, 02:08 AM   #74
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That was the RMM I was going to get but I have been hearing good things about the focus electric RMM. It is less then half of what the FSWerks one is.
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Old 05-14-2013, 11:46 AM   #75
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I just read the thread for the first time - the whole thing, and it seems like the most "recommended" mount is the e-focus.

I like "spirited driving" .
is the e-focus rmm right for me, or am I better off going with Cobb or something?
the post below, ahsfba said that his "harshness" settled down "quite a bit" after a couple hundred miles.
Someone else said, I think amoosenamedhank, that once tuning is installed that our cars can take advantage of stiffer rmm's and also not get as much NV as without a tune.

i guess what i'm saying is... if I like to drive "spirited" and also want a tune, once available, which RMM is best for me? I plan to go to car meets/events in the future and would like to do some friendly track/drag competetion or what-not.

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Old 05-14-2013, 12:53 PM   #76
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I have the Cobb RMM. It was ridiculously harsh at first to the point where I was considering putting the OEM mount back in (yeah, that bad). People would ask me if it was solid. After a couple hundred miles it has settled down quite a bit and it is helping me put an undeniably noticeable amount of power down to the wheels. It really feels like a 7-10hp increase. I'm now very happy with my purchase.
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I have the Cobb RMM. It was ridiculously harsh at first to the point where I was considering putting the OEM mount back in (yeah, that bad). People would ask me if it was solid. After a couple hundred miles it has settled down quite a bit and it is helping me put an undeniably noticeable amount of power down to the wheels. It really feels like a 7-10hp increase. I'm now very happy with my purchase.
What duro is that mount?
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I have the Cobb RMM. It was ridiculously harsh at first to the point where I was considering putting the OEM mount back in (yeah, that bad). People would ask me if it was solid. After a couple hundred miles it has settled down quite a bit and it is helping me put an undeniably noticeable amount of power down to the wheels. It really feels like a 7-10hp increase. I'm now very happy with my purchase.
If have to say the same about the Steeda RMM. At first I would have sworn it was a solid mount. Then it soften up a bit, really a good combination with the sts.





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The cobb mount is roughly an 85 durometer.

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Just had Injected put the electric RMM on my car this morning along with an update for my tune I'm testing for them. I love the electric RMM so far!! No extra vibration, better clutch engagement, not anymore wheel hop really. Definitely a must replacing the RMM in general, especially for Injected's tune. Also I think it improves fuel economy. The car is at about 2,750-2,800rpm at 70 now when on the highway, instead of 3,000rpms. I think it's cause the motor doesn't have to work as hard because it's not tilted back like before.
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Just had Injected put the electric RMM on my car this morning along with an update for my tune I'm testing for them. I love the electric RMM so far!! No extra vibration, better clutch engagement, not anymore wheel hop really. Definitely a must replacing the RMM in general, especially for Injected's tune. Also I think it improves fuel economy. The car is at about 2,750-2,800rpm at 70 now when on the highway, instead of 3,000rpms. I think it's cause the motor doesn't have to work as hard because it's not tilted back like before.
That... is not how that works. RPM's should be unchanged, as that is determined by your gearing (and what gear you are in), not how tightly bolted down your engine is.
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