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Old 20-May-2007, 05:38 PM
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Torque Mounts Full Aluminum Billet

Just wondering if anybody has put toque mounts that are full aluminum billet etc such as Avid Racing's.

I'm wondering how much vibrations it will have on the car, I know there will be alot at first cause everything is new. Just wanted to know how long before the break in period and if you will notice a difference in vibrations after the break in period like will it be daily driveable.
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Old 20-May-2007, 06:23 PM
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It will vibrate regardless yaw ming. thats the trade off. soft mounts = wheel hop and ****y shifting or stiff mounts and tons of vibrations like a little pocket rocket.
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Old 20-May-2007, 09:41 PM
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solid mounts arent for dd. it's a honda, not a race car. try to find something in poly urethane if they offer it. thats a happy medium between rubber and solid i think.
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Yes get poly urethane one's because a friend has solid one's on his fully built GSR, and the thing shakes more then a shaker board. Go with the poly urethane trust us.
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if and when you do go with poly, if you install them yourself make sure you grease the **** out of them or theyll squeak and youll hate it.
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yup I have 75a Urathane motor mounts, it shakes like a *****, not appealing for DD. But I got used to it. lol
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Old 22-May-2007, 09:52 AM
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There is no break in period, it will always vibrate.

You will get used to it. I could careless if my car vibrates or not. Civic is not a luxury car to begin with, I am not gonna turn mine into one. :P
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Originally posted by djtrini
yup I have 75a Urathane motor mounts, it shakes like a *****, not appealing for DD. But I got used to it. lol
I wonder how a 75A compares to a 88A.
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Old 22-May-2007, 10:18 AM
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softer...i had hasport and the were 70 durometre (sp?)and they were mushy. my 2.0 had 90 and i loved it...if ya dont like vibrations dont mod the engine
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Don't get the Avid ones! I had them.. took them off as soon as I could it was insanely loud in my car because of Vibrations.
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got em on already
Don't mind em at all and they put more power to the wheels
Every gear is nicely shifted now
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