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Old 08-02-2011, 12:27 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default RacingLine Aluminum MMI...Opinions

OK, my OEM inserts are going bad...quickly. I'm thinking about getting the RacingLine Maxima Aluminum Motor Mount Inserts. Has anyone tried these yet?

If I do get them, will I have to get a new set of OEM Inserts, or will these be enough?
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Those are all you need im pretty sure!
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Anyone with them that can account for the harshness of them? I remember on my old integra the aluminum inserts provided a harsh shudder to the whole car when shifting or "dropping the hammer".
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Default Re: RacingLine Aluminum MMI...Opinions

You're going to feel a lot more of the engine vibrations/movement with the aluminum inserts. Your rubber mounts are what isolate the engine from the chassis.
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