Solod motor mounts

Small Block Mopar Engine

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    B3422w5 Well-Known Member

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    Anyone running just the solid mounts on both sides
     
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    I run solid on the drivers side only, that way the passenger side has some cushion.

    No vibrations in my cars.
     
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    i don't care about vibration. Its a 12.5 to 1 stroker with bullets on it....lol
    Just checking to make sure no issues other than dealing with vibration
     
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    no issues.
    run a flexible trans mount, no solid there
     
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      ^^^^^^^^^^THIS^^^^^ I use solid on both sides on the street.
       
    • B3422w5

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      Thanks for the advice guys!
       
    • famous bob

      famous bob mopar misfit

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      SHOULDN`T BE ANY DIFF. FROM RUNNING A MOTOR PLATE , W/ EXCEPTION OF FORE AND AFT MOVEMENT -------jmo
      Altho I think I `ve read of the ears breaking off of the block-
       
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      I switched to solid mounts after breaking 2 sets of stock mounts and the drivers side of the poly-loc mounts. No racing yet but the vibration on the street isn't much more than the poly-loc mounts
       
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      • flyfish

        flyfish C8H18+N2O = :-D

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        I run solid mounts on my engine, with a poly transmission mount....I've been running it like this since the early 2000's. The only down side is you will have a few bolts try to wiggle loose every now and then. I just make it part of my yearly racing season prep to check header bolts, starter bolts (those are the only ones on my car that vibrate loose).
         
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        • B3422w5

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          what you are doing is exactly the setup i plan to have.
          Will keep an eye on stuff trying to loosen up
           
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