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Turbo Tech Racing Upper Engine Mount Ford Fiesta ST 1.6L Turbocharged

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Durometer rating?With CP-E releasing their engine/transmission mounts but at a much higher price, these catch my eye but I would like as much info as possible. The site doesn't provide much.


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What are the cons to using a solid piece like this to replace what is essentially a moving part. The engine moves quite a bit and so I'm just worried this maybe will have negative consequences. I'm not concerned with NVH at all but I'm worried that the energy transfer will not be absorbed and lead to problems somewhere else.

ETA: I didn't initially notice that it indeed does have a bushing, so there is still some sort of movement/energy absorption going on.
 
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What are the cons to using a solid piece like this to replace what is essentially a moving part. The engine moves quite a bit and so I'm just worried this maybe will have negative consequences. I'm not concerned with NVH at all but I'm worried that the energy transfer will not be absorbed and lead to problems somewhere else.

ETA: I didn't initially notice that it indeed does have a bushing, so there is still some sort of movement/energy absorption going on.
Your correct there is still a bushing.
 

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