how many rear motor mount do i have to buy?
This this does an amazing job but in my low mileage car my engine starts sound like I'm firing up a big rig it's so rough. At idle it's a crap shoot if it will be a reasonable amount of NVH or absolutely awful. I've tried completely removing and very carefully reseating everything again at exact torque specs just like I did the first time but still the same result. Is there any trick to making this better? Higher torque on the bolts or something? Thanks
Does this fit the 2007 mazda 3 sp23?
Do I need to replace all other motor mounts if I install this?
No you do not.
Will this work on a 2013 focus ST? I know the mounts are almost the same can I use this?
We have never had anyone try it before.
Where do i get the replacement durometer?
If you are needing the bushing replaced because yours is torn or broken, give us a call at 360-260-2675 and we can see what we can do to help you out.
Does this fit 2012 mazda 3 2.5l
It fits all models 2004-2013, 2.0, 2.3, 2.5 and turbo 2.3. It will not fit the AWD models though.
Will this product fit a 2008 mazda 3 2.0 sport?
Yes it does.
Does this fit the 04 sedan with 2,0l engine and manual gearbox?
Yes it does.
Would it matter if your Mazda was an automatic or standard for this kind of motor mount? (Due to the difference of how much your engine moves around) Or would I be better off getting a regular motor mount for an automatic?
You can use the mount in an automatic transmission model. The vibrations are more noticeable though as the car idles at an RPM which transmits more into the chassis.
I don't have the bolt and nut for this, got it second hand, what is the minimum tensile strength that is needed for a suitable replacement?
Class 10.9 should do the trick
Was wondering about longevity for engine life. I know your products are all top notch, and will never fail unless you hit something. Does the reduced engine lash cause more strain on vital components, such as timing belt, cam shaft/gears, rocker assembly, crank shaft, and my manual transaxle? Only reason I consider this is because under hard acceleration, the engine lashes back and forth quite a lot, sometimes to where the shifter cannot align the gears, and you grind. Or maybe the engine lash it has now is doing more damage to internals than it not moving... not sure, would like some advice.
Reducing the engine movement via a rear motor mount will not negatively affect engine life. If anything the reduced movement should help the engine last longer.
I installed the mount on my car and about a day later my check engine light came on. Was wonding if the extra vibration would cause this to happen?
Extra vibrations would not cause a CEL.
Just want to know which is better? the Race rear motor mount (80 duro) or the rear motor mount (70 duro)? better yet, which would be better suited for a 2013 mazda 3 skyactiv hatchback?...........thanks.
Both the Race Rear Motor Mount and the Standard Rear Motor Mount are 80duro mounts. The Race Mount is Aluminum, the Standard Mount is Steel. I would recommend the Race Mount since the aluminum is more durable and corrosion resistant.
I bought this when two durometers were available as an option. Stupid question, but was the black one the 80 or the light blue one offered? Blue one was installed from you guys and as received...
The black is 80 duro, the blue was 70 duro. We do not sell the blue 70 anymore.
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