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      05-10-2015, 08:34 PM   #1
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turner delrin engine mounts

Just wondring if anyone has used these before i couldnt find any reviews on the net

http://www.turnermotorsport.com/p-17...mount-set.aspx
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      05-10-2015, 10:12 PM   #2
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Not for a driver. Track car only.
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Not for a driver. Track car only.
Whys that ive seen other engine mounts are ok

Ive already got mrf subframe bushes and turner delrin diff mounts i dont mind noise
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      05-11-2015, 03:15 PM   #4
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These are extremely harsh. I drove a car with them. The whole car shakes. I have solid subframe mounts and that's barely any noise at all. Engine is a whole other game.
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Whys that ive seen other engine mounts are ok

Ive already got mrf subframe bushes and turner delrin diff mounts i dont mind noise
So you don't mind, rattle through your dash into your head, causing electrical connection's to loosen after time?
Delrin is a very hard material and releases vibration almost 1:1...give yourself a second thought, really.
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Something has to give. If the mounts won't then something else will crack or break. I have a ton of solid bushings and mounts on my car but skipped the rear diff and definitely none on engine.
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These are extremely harsh. I drove a car with them. The whole car shakes. I have solid subframe mounts and that's barely any noise at all. Engine is a whole other game.
Ive broken stock mounts in half and they dont last long i want to find something i can put in and not worry about
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So you don't mind, rattle through your dash into your head, causing electrical connection's to loosen after time?
Delrin is a very hard material and releases vibration almost 1:1...give yourself a second thought, really.
Electical connections clip into eachother they dont come apart woth out pushing on them

I wonder how many of you have been in a e92 m3 with these
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These are extremely harsh. I drove a car with them. The whole car shakes. I have solid subframe mounts and that's barely any noise at all. Engine is a whole other game.
Ive broken stock mounts in half and they dont last long i want to find something i can put in and not worry about
I've gone that route. Bimmerworld offers a stronger mount very similar to stock looking but firmer rubber. I installed that one. Still found stock to be best feel.
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I've gone that route. Bimmerworld offers a stronger mount very similar to stock looking but firmer rubber. I installed that one. Still found stock to be best feel.
So you didnt like the bimmerworld ones? i just want something thats going to last
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So you didnt like the bimmerworld ones? i just want something thats going to last
The bimmerworld group-N style mounts are the best choice for what you are looking for. I would recommend these.

The Delrin units are indeed harsh for the engine mounts.
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So you didnt like the bimmerworld ones? i just want something thats going to last
The bimmerworld group-N style mounts are the best choice for what you are looking for. I would recommend these.

The Delrin units are indeed harsh for the engine mounts.
What he said ^^^. I personally didn't like them. They were an improvement. Since I drive my car often still wanted some comfort. But it's a good mount
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What he said ^^^. I personally didn't like them. They were an improvement. Since I drive my car often still wanted some comfort. But it's a good mount
So you found the Group-N ones to give too much NVH?
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You could try vibra technic. I am surprised you break fresh bmw or Corteco stock mounts. I tried rogue but they added NVH that I did not want so I used Corteco, which makes the stock bmw mounts.
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What he said ^^^. I personally didn't like them. They were an improvement. Since I drive my car often still wanted some comfort. But it's a good mount
So you found the Group-N ones to give too much NVH?
Not too much but I would say I felt like 30% more than stock. I say this because I felt solid motor mounts and let's say that was 100% more. But those 30% was too much for me. I know another friend that has the group N and he is cool with it.
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With the rogue, I think I would have been happy if I could have raised the idle speed by 300 rpm. My objection was only at idle and the stock idle is pretty low. A little more would do no harm and smooth out some NVH. Has to be done in the tune though.
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I have the bimmerworld engine mounts and love them. They definitely add nvh, but I like the more direct connection.
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I have the bimmerworld engine mounts and love them. They definitely add nvh, but I like the more direct connection.
Which one of the three do you experience? N, V, H, or all three?
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I have the bimmerworld engine mounts and love them. They definitely add nvh, but I like the more direct connection.
This sounds like what i want
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I have the bimmerworld engine mounts and love them. They definitely add nvh, but I like the more direct connection.
Which one of the three do you experience? N, V, H, or all three?
On my car they add quite a bit of buzzing at idle. Once you take off, the buzzing is gone and you are left with a hint of vibration through the steering wheel and shifter. I like the vibration because it allows for you to feel the rpm's through sense if touch. This is helpful on track with a helmet on.
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Interesting. I'd like to take a ride in a car with these to see what it's like firsthand.
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i would make sure to take a ride (or drive) if you can in a car with solid engine mounts. i spoke with a pro driver about solid bushings/mounts, etc., and concluded that subframe and diff busings are great, but solid engine and tranny mounts are fairly aggressive and offer an uncomfortable ride for a street driven car.
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