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Old 10-25-2013, 09:30 AM   #1
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Old 10-25-2013, 10:05 AM   #2
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Is there a noticeable increase of noise or vibration over the stock unit?
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Old 10-25-2013, 10:09 AM   #3
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Have you installed it, that right transmission piece doesnt look like it is the right size, the ST and non ST have different sizes. I tried with the CP-E stage 2 mount and had that issue.
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Is there a noticeable or noise vibration increase over the stock unit?
Yeah, there should be if its a poly mount. No free lunch, you pay one way or another.
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Old 10-25-2013, 05:46 PM   #5
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after instillation I removed it. the vibration is extremely excessive and the Wife and I do not like it. I went back to the electric mount instead. this is perfect if you building a race car and not a daily driver.

the second part that mount to engine is not used because it is specifically for the st.
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It could be like the the turbo tech mount, it was nuts at first but died down a decent amount. It still has some vibration but no where near as bad.
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No this one I don't think is like ttr I have a ttr mount and it's fine. I remember my srt4 mount being harsh but this was bad. Felt like the whole car was a vibrator (lol). It was bad enough that when outside I could hear my plastic license plate making noise as if I had a system. It probably needs a break in period but for now I will leave it out of the car
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Yeah not cool with the extra vibration but I'm also not cool with smacking my firewall with the engine either....
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You can better mount that are less harsh and have far less vibration.
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You can better mount that are less harsh and have far less vibration.
Yeah I've been looking around...looks like there is an e focus one and some people are using the MS3 mount too....
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