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Old 06-24-2012, 04:05 PM   #16 (permalink)
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OP i have pictures of the dcr 4th mount installed if you would like i can post them up for you and all of us to see....
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OP i have pictures of the dcr 4th mount installed if you would like i can post them up for you and all of us to see....

oh I"m up for pix, video, comments, performance, install remarks etc!!
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Old 06-24-2012, 04:19 PM   #18 (permalink)
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i just didnt want to jack the thread....here they are
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Old 06-24-2012, 04:27 PM   #19 (permalink)
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dont mind the overflow




i like it myself ive been checking the welds and the bolt and all is good i am on stock mounts atm but will be changing over to solid...but the 2 tits that stick out on the 4th mount bracket kinda have to be pryed into the rubber but its nothing major....i have twisted wheelhopped and everything else and its doing good...OP its easier to jack the motor into the mount from the bottom after you get on the bracket and lower the motor down

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Yes It's best to have this, motor and trans bolted up!








Tore a moog ball joint boot, had to buy a kit $39 just for a boot
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$39 for a boot!? Fuuuu!!!

Should of bought new ball joint, jacked the new boot, and returned it with your old boot....




PS, what's the cooler/fan on the side?
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$39 for a boot!? Fuuuu!!!

Should of bought new ball joint, jacked the new boot, and returned it with your old boot....




PS, what's the cooler/fan on the side?

You misinterpreted, I bought a new ball joint kit...just for a boot.
That's my oil cooler and fan,it gets RAM air from the fog light hole. But It's so big, I had to turn it sideways. That's why there is a fan to make sure it stays cool.
Really only need it for track days, 20min continuous WOT Yee!
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In this picture - did the base plate of the DCR 4th mount "flex" or is the curvature of the engine bay metal? Or something else?
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I will take a look tomarrow i now see that i think its just the pic but i will investigate sir!
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your upper mount is installed wrong, your suppose to turn that two bolt section around 180 degrees so it mounts flush.
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Good catch! ^
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your upper mount is installed wrong, your suppose to turn that two bolt section around 180 degrees so it mounts flush.

I'll switch that Ty, I'm so tired.
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Updates...took the car for a drive car vibrates you can feel it in the seat. That's the only down side, zero wheel hop, car feels nice and stable. Love it It's just what I was looking for... But for others this is a race only all out. Not for daily driving just a heads up if you don't like vibration.
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i dd and race mine it doesnt bother me anymore it did at first but got used to it
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