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    More in stock, ready to ship.
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    I may be imagining things because I haven't really put too awfully many miles on the mount yet but I would venture to say this mount has already mellowed out quite a bit after 200 miles or so, I checked all my torque on all fasteners and everything checked out thanks again TurboTechRacing!!!

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    Initial break in is around 1000 miles, vibs should go down a lot by this point yet still have very little if any movement in the mounts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TurboTechRacing View Post
    Initial break in is around 1000 miles, vibs should go down a lot by this point yet still have very little if any movement in the mounts.
    vibes aren't bad to begin with so honestly it doesn't even matter if it mellows any. Its hardly noticeable. Noise is more but it's enjoyably more nothing intrusive.

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    More shipping today, more in stock ready to ship also.
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    Lets see some installed photos!
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    FYI... If the studs come out with the nuts on the motor side, just use an open ended 18mm wrench on the bolt and a 5/16 socket on the head on the stud. Should come loose very easily that way.

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    Good advise! Thanks
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    The proper socket for the stud is an E-10.

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    Made a short video showing just how much the stock mounts flex.



    Thanks for extending the price break. I let a few of the guys in my crew of misfits drive my car and I think you be selling some more PSMM shortly. I plan on getting the transmission mount in the future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin View Post
    The proper socket for the stud is an E-10.
    Agreed 100%. I'm sure most people don't have a set of torx sockets... heck, I don't even have torx bits... allen keys work great.


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