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      07-16-2018, 08:25 PM   #1
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These have maybe 5 miles on them. Installed them yesterday in preparation for possibly going to a cae shifter but it was a bit much for me and made the vibration more than I was willing to put up with. I took them off same day and put new OEM ones on. These are $119 new so you can save $30 and get basically new ones here. Come with the nuts as well like they arrive new.

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Damn, that bad huh? I have the Vibra-Technics. Race motor mounts with my CAE. Considered these to go along with them but may not after seeing these.
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Well its all heavily opinionated I suppose but I have a track only e36 that is solid motor, and trans and it isnt as rough as these alone made my e90 with M motor mounts. I REALLY wanted the cae shifter so I am super bummed. Decided to go with a AutoSolutions custom SSK instead.

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You could still run the CAE without trans mounts and I drove with my stock motor mounts with zero issues for a week or so without issues.
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Cae, Samson, and RTD all say you hade to run poly trans mounts at the minimum but suggest solid or you risk fairly catastrophic damage. If there is any risk I don't want the stress. Also, I track the car a decent amount per year so that will just exacerbate the possibility. I am sure I could get away with it but it will always be in back of my head
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These have maybe 5 miles on them. Installed them yesterday in preparation for possibly going to a cae shifter but it was a bit much for me and made the vibration more than I was willing to put up with. I took them off same day and put new OEM ones on. These are $119 new so you can save $30 and get basically new ones here. Come with the nuts as well like they arrive new.
I have the same exact story. The 6MT car is really friggin noisy. GLWS.
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Cae, Samson, and RTD all say you hade to run poly trans mounts at the minimum but suggest solid or you risk fairly catastrophic damage. If there is any risk I don't want the stress. Also, I track the car a decent amount per year so that will just exacerbate the possibility. I am sure I could get away with it but it will always be in back of my head
Ahh gotcha and thats fair. I haven't seen many people have problems by only running the stiffer motor mounts with stock trans mounts. Then again, I don't track like you so I should be ok. Good information though for others and GLWS.
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