enjos are more
They're really nice pieces and not that bad considering they're brand new mounts. However, when my mounts tore, I came up with a DIY solution that ended up costing me a LOT less and is firmer than just about anything sold commercially. Vibration is definitely there, but wheelhop has vanished. That makes me smile. here's a link if you're interested. click mebluej511 said:enjos are more
I dunno man. Looking at this picture:bluej511 said:i already saw ur diy lol and its something i considered doing but i have less vibration then u do probably and also the rear mount is a lot more solid and well built then the oem mount these are a lifetime warranty so if it goes il get it replaced no problem, ive heard of enjos breaking so i stayed away
Damn. Pwned. I must have mistakenly counted something else in my total.chunky said:$256 for a set of 4 new OEM mounts.
82.14 - front
45.33 - rear
58.29 - trans
86.69 - passenger side
My concern wouldn't really be regarding the threads for the base plate of the mount. I was talking about the weld that holds the round part to the flat part. All of the forces travel through that weld.bluej511 said:well those threaded holes for the rear mount are all one piece but u cant really tell in the pic, there very solidly made i believe there stronger then oem
Heh, you might have just been looking on a different site, or caught MSRP prices. I looked on www.barancoacuraparts.com, and those are their internet sale prices, MSRP is significantly higher.paulkramer said:Damn. Pwned. I must have mistakenly counted something else in my total.
Nonetheless, the difference between OEM and aftermarket (Innovative, Mugen, etc.) is not that big. Of course the aftermarket sets don't include the front. LOL.
Doesn't surprise me that mugen just re-used the OEM housing. It is a very nice piece and has no welds. It is a single cast piece. Because it's aluminum, it has steel sleeves cast in for the bolt holes.bluej511 said:the mugen is an oem mount with mugen bushings, its only welded in one spot and i do believe that part that is welded is still a part of the mount, i launched a couple times off the limiter and have had no problems yet but if that weld goes i got a welder and will give it a weld all the way around.
The thread piece is part of the mount so that if i took that weld off that piece would still be in there. My motor also sits higher as well i just have no front mount yet
the front is cast AL for sure. From what I could tell, so is the rear, it's just painted black, probably a heat coating to help with the heat coming off the exhaust.seth812 said:i'm pretty sure the oem motor mount is injected plastic, i'm holding one in my hand right now
the rear is plastic for sure, looks like ABS to mechunky said:the front is cast AL for sure. From what I could tell, so is the rear, it's just painted black, probably a heat coating to help with the heat coming off the exhaust.
Sides are steel.