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Hey whats up guys! I just have a couple of questions before I go ahead and purchase mounts for my car. First off I don't care about vibration. I had a mazdaspeed protege and this was equipped with hard mounts which made the car like a tank at idle. Wheelhop was gone so that's all I care about. I want to get a set of full motor mounts on the srt. How many mounts does this car have? The MSP had 4 mounts. I hear about motor/tranny mounts on the srt4 and I do want to change them all out. I don't want a partial setup especilly with all the horror stories I'm seeing with broken bolts etc. This is why I am looking for full mount replacements with new bolts. I came across a site from one of the posts here at http://www.deyemeracing.com/ They carry These class 12.9 oxide coated steel bolts. I was wondering if anyone has used these and also if using something such as locktite is recommended during the install. As of right now I am thinking of going with dogbones and exhaust depots mount as a combo. What would I be missing to complete all the mounts on this car? Thanks for listening to my long ass rant ;)
 

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If you dont care about vibration, i would go with 3 solid mounts. :)

Car has 4 mounts. upper and lower torque mounts which are replacable, tranny mount which is also replacable and there is another mount right above the crank pully. Thats not replacable.
 

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What's up Hector! Thanks for the response. So in effect what your telling me is that if I go with the dogbone setup I cannot use your upper piece correct? I guess I can always sell that if that becomes the case. Any recommendations on a company who sells the tranny mount? In addition what about new bolts? Thanks :)
 
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