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Old 03-13-2013, 03:23 PM
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No problem with solid mounts on the street. Funny how people put solid frame to body mounts and suspension mounts in their cars but worry about solid engine mounts.
Buster,the question is how much torque does either apply to the driveline??.I mean I can see suspension mounts adding to the torque applied to the driveline which farther makes solid engine mount and no mid plate worst.

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Used them on the street on many cars.....advise putting solid mount on tranny too.....never broke trans cases or driveshaft issues....and that was with a 700 horse big block in a Camaro. They do make a rubber isolated mount that has interlock to prevent motor walk if the mount does break. Some of the early Corvette and hi-po mounts had like a interlocking "fork" arrangement that restrained the motor on a hard pull, but still retained the rubber isolation during normal driving.....
Hey Mo.Never got that Camaro hooked up huh.........Just kidding bud.LOL.

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Lmao......not much on the street unless I had the Hoosiers on.....but on the track, yeah it grabbed well....
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