VF-Engineering Rear Engine Mount - Ford Focus SPI / Zetec / SVT / Duratec 00-07SKU: FS045
Billet / Polyurethane Engine Mounts
The Ford Focus factory engine mounts were designed as soft, flexible units, to provide a comfortable drive. The drawback was the relatively large amount of engine movement the OEM mounts allowed under torque load and on hard acceleration. Such engine movement decreases stability under high performance driving conditions and rapid gear selection.
To reduce this movement VF-Engineering engineered a complete fitted replacement with specially shaped molded, 70A durometer polyurethane inserts. The mount body is machined from billet aircraft grade aluminum, being almost twice as strong than the OE cast material. Installation should take no more than 10-15 minutes. This high performance mount provides a difference in the stability of the car when accelerating and braking hard. Gear changing under hard acceleration is also enhanced.
NOTE: For street use, we recommend using only the rear engine mount. Using all mounts together will cause some vibration (due to the nature of performance polyurethane mounts) that may not be desired for a daily driver, and is more for track use (Road racing, drag racing, autocross, etc).
Ford Focus SPI 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Ford Focus Zetec 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Ford Focus SVT 2002 2003 2004
Ford Focus Duratec 2.0L & 2.3L 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
Haven’t installed yet
Great Well-Made Product.
I am a machinist and this one's very well-made. Took less than an hour to install on my '03 Focus SVT. Shifting is more precise and I barely notice any increased vibration in the cabin.
VF rear mount
Throwing this on our stage rally car this week. The mount seems of much higher quality than our last one.
Installing this rear motor mount improved the ease of the movement of the shifter - thanks
Fits great, makes for more direct power delivery, no noticable increase in NVH. If your car has high miles, or you live in an area that sees road salt, the bolt that goes through the subframe might be difficult to remove. Use lots of penetrant and a quality impact if available.