2006-2015 Mazda MX-5 (NC) Engine Mount Guide

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2006-2015 Mazda MX-5 (NC) Engine Mount Guide

Postby Sean @ GWR » Tue Jan 03, 2017 1:26 pm

Ready to upgrade your stock motor mounts in your 06-15 Mazda MX-5? We've got a comprehensive selection of motor mounts ranging from our complete replacement mounts, which are mostly metal, and our stiffer stock style mounts that are mostly rubber.

Our 70 duro mounts are a complete replacement pair of mounts, mostly metal using a small urethane bushing photographed below. We only suggest this first choice for dedicated track users who want the shifts as crisp as possible. This style of mount has a big change in NVH and we do NOT recommend these for these for a street driven MX-5.

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We also have our EPDM (high durometer synthetic rubber) mounts, much like the mounts above but with a larger bushing instead of smaller poly bushings. Our EPDM mounts are sold individually so you can use just one for less change in NVH with much crisper shifts. The result is a very cost effective way of improving shift precision in a car that goes to the track but also drives daily in the real world, pic below. These are still a very serious change intended for those going to the track, likely overkill for those not racing the weekends.
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For street users we suggest our 40 duro mounts which are stock replacements in the same shape as stock, mostly rubber that is simply stiffer than stock rubber mounts, still helps shifts a lot but without much change in NVH (see the threads on these like THIS ONE).

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Finally, for 2.5 track customers looking to get the motor weight a bit lower, and for 2.5 customers wanting space on top for MP62 blowers, there are our lowering brackets that can be used with our harder rubber mounts above.

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