what do u mean it took it away on the streets but the track is a different story... what is the difference?19 psi : stock said:first thing i put in was prothane inserts, they completly took away my wheel hop.....on the stret that is... the track is anther story
metfan2000_99 said:I heard that the Exhaust Depot is selling an upper motor mount that eleminates wheel hop and there isnt much vibration...I would check that out, I am just waiting for results before I get it!
i am afraid to get it because $160 for just 1 motor mount just seems like an insane thing to do. i wish there was some way to test it and see if i liked it, and if i didnt i could return it or something.Exhaust Depot said:Look in my section for customer results under the section where i introduced them.
I currently have 0 in stock right now.
http://jlmmotorsports.com/4.php?ID=238&Year=&Model=SRT-4Nd4Spd said:Alright, i am looking to get rid of my HORRIBLE wheel hop, but i also do not want vibrations. I know it is virtually impossible to get both perfect, but what motor mounts do u guys recommend? What about just filling in the stock ones?? What do u think?
That's the JLM mount. I'll give a review after I get it and test it.metfan2000_99 said:I heard that the Exhaust Depot is selling an upper motor mount that eleminates wheel hop and there isnt much vibration...I would check that out, I am just waiting for results before I get it!
I have all 3 motor mounts and my wheel hop is almost zero. Almost. I have the mounts from DYNOWORKS and they fit perfectly! ( I had a set of mounts from another vendor and they really sucked. The bottom one failed after a few hundred miles.. they were welded bad, they just sucked)Nd4Spd said:i am just afraid to spend $160 on ONE fricken motor mount from Exhaust Depot, no matter how good it is supposed to be? What do you guys think?