Mazdaspeed6 Rear Motor Mount
The OEM wishbone Mazdaspeed6 Rear Motor Mount has been known to be a weak link. One of the biggest issues is the OEM rubber which will tear with any kind of spirited driving. After consulting with many enthusiast and Mazda dealers, Custom Performance Engineering decided to develop a replacement mount that will not break or tear.
The Custom Performance Engineering’s mount is CNC machined out of billet 6061-T6 aluminum and designed to bolt into the stock location without any modifications. After much testing, Custom Performance Engineering decided to use a rubber for this particular application. Urethane will simply not withstand the extreme temperatures that EPDM rubber will. Custom Performance Engineering was able to use a more rigid and durable rubber therefore offering all of the advantages of urethane with a higher temperature tolerance.
Because the new Mazdaspeed6 Rear Motor Mount design is more rigid and flex’s less you will experience less wheel hop with spirited driving. Essentially the engine mount allows the car to “hook up” better.
Kit includes billet mount, billet triangle bracket, and installation instructions.
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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