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The wait is over! They're finally here. Correct that obnoxious "Bang" you hear whenever you shift even slightly aggressively and reduce wheel hop by installing the new Cobb Focus ST Rear Motor Mount! COBB is known for offering only the highest quality products to the aftermarket industry, and this Rear Motor Mount is a great example of their superior products.

The COBB Rear Motor Mount is the best way to minimize engine movement, improve traction, and reduce wheel hop without major impact to NVH. Typical bushing designs can rattle your teeth out at idle or during throttle input. The COBB RMM utilizes unique _voidsî custom molded into the 85A durometer bushing to absorb vibrations, but still reduce engine movement to aid getting all the power to the ground. The beautifully machined 6061 billet aluminum mount with zinc hardware will make you sad you have to hide it under your car, but you will be grinning at every stop light!

The OEM Ford rear motor mount for the Focus ST uses soft durometer bushings that allow significant engine movement under load - and that's a bad thing. This undesirable engine movement causes wheel hop and makes shifting harsher. This well engineered solution fixes the problem once and for all.

The Cobb Rear Motor Mount for Focus ST requires no modification to the car and the kit includes all necessary hardware for a hassle-free installation. Get the most power out of your engine today by eliminating wheel hop and harsh shifts with the new Cobb Rear Motor Mount Kit for Ford Focus ST!

Machined out of 6061 Billet Aluminum
Laser Etched COBB Logo
Unique Molded Voids to Absorb Vibration
85A Durometer Bushing
Reduce Engine Movement
Improve Traction and Minimize Wheel Hop

Cobb 2013-14 Ford Focus ST Rear Motor Mount

Should you have any questions, please contact me directly! 714.582.3330 extension 8002 or PM/Email me!

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