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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 13th May 2016, 22:28 Thread Starter
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Which upgraded engine mounts??

Hey all, having my charger fitted really soon and wanted to get some upgraded engine mounts to prolong the life of my header along with any other benefits it may have .....already have the polybushes engine mount insert kit but think with a s/c it will need more, obviously read up about boom a ones...and I'm guessing all will make the cabin noise increase and vibrations but what others are available on the market? Any better than boomba? Cheers
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I'll have a set of poly mounts for sale shortly just gota take them off the car. I had them fitted on my fn2 slight increase in cabin vibration but nothing to excessive. I found they made a big difference.


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You will regret those Boomba ones!
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Yeh I have read about them but then what do you do if you have a supercharger and don't wanna your header to break ?
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get a header with flexi sections
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My header has flexi sections mate, it's them that will suffer with the charger .....other than wheel hop that's what the poly inserts help reduce ( wear on the flexi joints ) but with a charger don't know if they will be enough
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I'm sure you will be fine, not heard of headers "snapping" due to being charged...
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Hasport are the go to ones I thought?
Tegiwa do some sort of poly inserts as well.
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