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Old 10-30-2017, 07:50 AM   #29
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Hyde had mixed match mounts. He did not use a full set until he went 034. 70a is the reason, you are thinking that all mounts are the same density. But as you increase from say 70 up to a track mount of 85 there is a big jump in NVH.
BFI engine mount with stock tranny mount
Moved to BFI engine mount with BFI trans mount, way too much NVH
Moved to 034 engine and 034 trans mount, never looked back

All combos above were used with the HPA 75 puck, TyrolSport subframe kit and stock dogbone

Now I run the VWR subframe kit, TyrolSport subframe kit and APR doggone with spherical bearings pressed out and SuperPro bushings pushed in.
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Old 10-30-2017, 08:45 AM   #30
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BFI engine mount with stock tranny mount
Moved to BFI engine mount with BFI trans mount, way too much NVH
Moved to 034 engine and 034 trans mount, never looked back

All combos above were used with the HPA 75 puck, TyrolSport subframe kit and stock dogbone

Now I run the VWR subframe kit, TyrolSport subframe kit and APR doggone with spherical bearings pressed out and SuperPro bushings pushed in.
Any reason you ditched the spherical bearings?
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Old 10-30-2017, 02:11 PM   #31
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Over a 1000 miles on mine and I stand by the little NVH. If anything it has improved a little.

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Old 10-30-2017, 02:13 PM   #32
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meh. The solution I did works just as well without spending $10.
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Old 10-30-2017, 02:15 PM   #33
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BFI engine mount with stock tranny mount
Moved to BFI engine mount with BFI trans mount, way too much NVH
Moved to 034 engine and 034 trans mount, never looked back

All combos above were used with the HPA 75 puck, TyrolSport subframe kit and stock dogbone

Now I run the VWR subframe kit, TyrolSport subframe kit and APR doggone with spherical bearings pressed out and SuperPro bushings pushed in.
Yea that was what I was saying you did not run a full set (engine, tranny, and dogbone) of the same density. Also you have a six speed so there are a couple variables.
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Old 10-30-2017, 02:24 PM   #34
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meh. The solution I did works just as well without spending $10.


All preference brotha
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Old 10-30-2017, 06:30 PM   #35
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Any reason you ditched the spherical bearings?
too rough for NJ streets.
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Old 10-30-2017, 06:31 PM   #36
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too rough for NJ streets.


Heard that bro. Main reason Iím on stock suspension too lol...
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We must have different definitions of what "rigging" is. I just flipped the mounting arm to the other side and used an existing bolt for the headlight. Just as sturdy as mounting to the engine mount if you ask me.



This actually looks great, no fear of the weight of the can cracking the top portion where it mounts? As long as it clears the hood I like it.
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Old 10-30-2017, 07:29 PM   #38
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I just donít think these mounts would work for people like myself with catch cans that mount to the engine mount. Hmmm.


You definitely can just make a bracket that goes to another location by the passenger headlight like this.... its the two vertical ones to the right of the passenger headlight looking aft.. this is how apr mounts theirs and its very secure and in my opinion the best looking





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Old 10-30-2017, 07:32 PM   #39
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You definitely can just make a bracket that goes to another location by the passenger headlight like this.... its the two vertical ones to the right of the passenger headlight looking aft..




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I like that this one is mounted at the lower end of the light housing. Jay has his on the opposite side but it obviously works fine and looks fine. I think I was only looking at the parts I had and wasnít thinking making my own mount bracket due to laziness and so I called it nig rigging although I retract my opinion on it as Iím capable of figuring out a way to mount it without it looking ďriggedĒ like you both have and it still perform as necessary. Iíll have to see whatís best when the time comes. Thanks.
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Old 10-30-2017, 07:34 PM   #40
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This actually looks great, no fear of the weight of the can cracking the top portion where it mounts? As long as it clears the hood I like it.


Nevermind. I didnít see itís actually not mounted to the light itself but the frame the light mounts to. Ok I gotcha. It took me a while.
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Nevermind. I didnít see itís actually not mounted to the light itself but the frame the light mounts to. Ok I gotcha. It took me a while.


Its all good sorry for the double post of pics the first one i sent wasnt zoomed so i deleted it and reposted a pic with the area zoomed in a bit


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Hopefully I will be doing a full review on the revised BFI catch can. Depends on holiday funds
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