Solid Motor Mounts
This is a discussion on Solid Motor Mounts within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I have been looking into running solid motor mounts on my car. I recall reading somewhere that when running solids ...
01-16-2012, 04:10 PM #1
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Solid Motor Mounts
I have been looking into running solid motor mounts on my car. I recall reading somewhere that when running solids I should use a poly trans mount? Is this something that I should look into doing as well. I have the car pretty much torn down now so doing the motor mounts is not an issue, nor is the trans mount an issue2000 B4C Special Service Package Z28 - Kooks 1&7/8 Stepped 2'' - TSP Torquer V.2 - FAST 92/92 - BDR 4000 Conveter - Xtreme Trans Stage II - Full UMI Suspension - Pacesetter LT's - Comp Drag Shocks - Magnaflow - Cutout - ZO6 MAF - FTP LID - Street Tuned -
01-16-2012, 08:17 PM #2
Honestly I would do the trans mount too, I mean you're in there anyways.
Only down side I can say would be the added vibration that gets transmitted into the interior of the car.
Any interior sqweeks or rattles may be amplified..
01-16-2012, 09:29 PM #3
It is noticeable at first with the vibrations but I didnt find it as crucial as some say. I agree with just doing it while you are there.Suspension: Lower control arms (Spohn), Drive shaft safety loop, Torque arm (Edlebrock), Strut tower brace, Panhard Bar (BMR)
Under the Hood: Smooth bellows, Lid, Catch can, LT Headers, ORY, AIR/EGR delete, Poly engine/transmission mounts,
Exterior: Painted brake calipers (Red), Halo “Spyder” Headlights w/matching parking/turn signals (Black)
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