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Old 08-29-2010, 06:06 PM   #1
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Can I get some opinions? I want to buy a rear motor mount/ roll restrictor. My problem is that I have hear alot of different thing about different mounts. I want a mount that isn't going to brake. I hear that Steeda tend to brake. I also want a mount that isnt going to cause to much vibration.


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CFM and be done. never heard of them breaking.
ive had VF and CFM. the VF is less beefy.
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Do you get any engine vibration that you notice with the cfm?

I wish i would have got the CFM Shifter kit when i saw it.
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I just got the prothane inserts from CFM and was very happy with the $20 spent.
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is there a difference between protane and polyeurathane?
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Get the entire mount. If you shift hard frequently, youll break it. I've seen it happen more than once.

The vibration associated with the dogbone is minimal. I have all 3 mounts and now there is only vibrations at idle.
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Here is the situation I am facing. My mechanic says that my dogbone is shot. The VF Engineering piece is probably $100 when all is said and done, while the stock piece is a little more than half. I have about 90,5xx miles on my car, and will probably get rid of it by 100,000 miles, what say you? Will the stock last me, or is the VF worth it? Or is the C-F-M better than both?
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CFM is better than both by far!

if your selling the car in the next 10k miles, get the stocker.
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http://focus.c-f-m.com/cfmadjustable...t170focus.aspx

i just ordered this combo deal.

If your selling the car don't waste your money on performance upgrades. You won't get the money back that you put into it.
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