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Prothane Trans Mount

Discussion in 'New Edge Cobras' started by SuperMarioSVT, Jun 1, 2013.

  1. SuperMarioSVT

    SuperMarioSVT Kiss of Death Established Member

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    zPipes New Member Established Member

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    www.fulltiltboogieracing.com would be a good choice.

    is your sig photoshopped lol? I have eibach on my vert and its not lookin like that. Maybe you went with the sport I went with pro.



    edit* I was thinkin rear differential for some reason even tho you clearly said transmission lol. its late.
     
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  3. shurur

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    I know the Prothane motor mounts used to raise the motor up 1/2" above the energy suspension, but are much stiffer.

    I've also found that Prothane has (supossedly) revised the motor mounts to sit lower and more like the Energy suspension mounts.

    If this same story applies to the transmission mounts, then I'm going with the Prothane mounts.

    Having mounts that don't change the pinion angle is best.

    I'll keep looking for a NEW comparison thread...
     
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    SuperMarioSVT Kiss of Death Established Member

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    Yea Trans mounts lol.. Yea my SIG pic is shopped to the max lol.

    Yea i don't believe it will change anything. Let me know what you find.
     
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    SlowSVT New Member Established Member

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    I would stick with the soft rubber OEM mounts. All this does is hold up the back half of the engine/tranny assy and is not really subjected to much stress as the engine mounts are absorbing all the torque loads. Urethane will transmit more gear noise to the floorpan.
     

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