Mazdaspeed3 Passenger Side Motor Mount
It is finally time to get the power to the wheels! cp-e™ is proud to release the passenger side engine mount for Mazdaspeed3 gen1 and gen2. Our side mounts have been a long time in the making. We have been testing the cp-e™ side mounts for more than 8 months on numerous cars including i-Moto Racing’s grand am series Mazdaspeed3s. We are confident that these will be the last side mounts you will ever need.
The passenger side engine mount brackets are made from 1/4” mild steel that is laser cut for precise fitment. The bushing housing is CNC machined from a solid block of aluminum. And like our rear motor mounts these bushings are made from rubber instead of urethane.
You have the power to choose your own durometer! We let you decide what degree of comfort vs stiffness you want to run. The 55 durometer is for the driver that is looking to get the power down to the ground without sacrificing too much comfort. The 70 durometer is more for those that drive their cars hard. No matter which durometer you chose the engine will have noticeably less movement from stock.
Say goodbye to wheel hop and torque steer when you combine this with our driver side mount and already popular rear motor mount.
Unlike nearly all other engine mount manufacturers, we use EPDM for our bushings. This provides much more vibration resistance when compared to polyurethane. This material is also extremely resilient and is able to stretch and even develop small cracks without affecting its structural integrity. EPDM is much more expensive to produce, but it is a far superior bushing material.
Pressed Center Insert
Our metal inserts are physically pressed into our EPDM bushings. This allows the bushing material and the metal to have a perfect connection without any gap. Other manufacturers cut their material out to fit, leaving small tolerances where the metal can still vibrate. Our construction allows the EDPM to absorb the vibrations and allows the metal inserts to smoothly move with the EDPM.
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