I4 (4 cyl.) Front/Rear Solid Motor Mount Inserts
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Web Motorsports has created the front solid motor mount insert to replace the stock OEM-style rubber engine mount insert for racing or the serious street enthusiasts [due to increased cabin vibrations]. CNC’d from 6061-T6 aircraft billet aluminum, this is designed to stop torque loss, a common result of excessive engine movement caused by stock flexible rubber engine mount inserts. Linkages also operate smoother when limiting engine movement. The solid insert removes the need for bulky torque straps and chains and also eliminate wheel hop, which is a culprit of front-wheel drive cars. Elongated chamfered edges make for a seamless install into the OEM bracket.
What does this mean to you?:
Take-off power that is lost during engine “twist” (lift) can be concentrated directly to the ground when the engine is restrained. This means that horsepower is unlocked and transferred directly to the wheels rather than being lost in unnecessary and violent engine movement. When contained, the car maintains a consistent geometry and is able to perform as designed with the tires planted firmly to the ground.
Who does this affect most?:
N/A Hyundai Tiburons will notice an immediate difference, although, the forced induction group is who these are truly designed for. Without at least 1 solid motor mount, roots style supercharged Tiburons risk destroying the boost actuator from contact with the firewall upon violent engine movement.
*Manufacturers recommend polyurethane transmission mounts in conjunction with solid motor mounts.