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Old 02-26-2009, 04:51 AM   #1
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Motor Mounts?

I was wondering if people who have installed engine mounts in their cars could give their input on the particular mount they bought and how effective it was.

I'm in a situation with my car where I want to maintain as smooth of an idle and such as I can, yet eliminate some of that post-shift lash/bounce that the engine does.
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Old 02-26-2009, 12:33 PM   #2
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I just put mine a few days ago. I got the AMS one. The shifting is definitely better. As far as the vibration, its noticeable. I think its very tolerable. For some odd reason, maybe its just me, but my stock exhaust sounds louder. Hope this helps. Im thinking of switching it back to stock, let me know if you are interested!!
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What durometer is the AMS?
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AMS has two durometers. Their claimed soft durometer front mount is 70A. The race front mount is 90A. The crappy part of this is you can only order the front mount in 70A, the side and trans mounts only come in 90A (so if all are installed the soft front mount is pointless).
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i have AGP motor mount and wow...you could really feel the difference and also it takes some time for the mount to be settled in....felt like a mustang when i first installed it lol
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Ive had the 90A in for almost a year. I dont mind the vibration
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i have AGP motor mount and wow...you could really feel the difference and also it takes some time for the mount to be settled in....felt like a mustang when i first installed it lol
What's the durometer on that one?
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