Cobb Lower Rear Engine Mount - Ford Focus ST / RS / FOCUS TIVCTSKU: 891010
Improve traction and reduce wheel hop!
Stock engine mounts are designed to diminish engine noise and vibration but often compromise performance because they allow wheel hop and engine movement. The COBB rear engine mount incorporates a unique bushing design engineered to improve traction without harshness.
The COBB lower rear engine mount is the best way to minimize engine movement, improve traction, and reduce wheel hop without major impact to NVH. Typical bushing designs can rattle your teeth out at idle or during throttle input. The COBB RMM utilizes unique "voids" custom molded into the 85A durometer bushing to absorb vibrations, but still reduce engine movement to aid getting all the power to the ground. The beautifully machined 6061 billet aluminum mount with zinc hardware will make you sad you have to hide it under your car, but you will be grinning at every stop light!
- Machined out of 6061 Billet Aluminum
- Laser Etched COBB Logo
- Unique Molded Voids to Absorb Vibration
- 85A Durometer Bushing
- Reduce Engine Movement
- Improve Traction and Minimize Wheel Hop
Ford Focus TiVCT 2.0L Sedan & Hatchback 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Ford Focus ST EcoBoost 2.0L 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Ford Focus RS EcoBoost 2.3L 2016 2017 2018
Mazda Mazdaspeed3 2007-2013
Full send or no send
My stock motor mount was falling apart and this was a perfect replacement. You can defiantly tell the difference.
I haven't had time to install it yet, but from what I've heard it's going to be awesome.
A well-crafted piece of hardware.
These things are much bigger in person which makes more sense with the price. This mount is definitely firm so the car does vibrate but feeling the car is what it's all about. I've been using this for about a month.
Another Great Product From Cobb!
First of all, big thank you to Raffi for getting this thing installed for me same day when I picked it up on will call, you guys rock! His mechanic did a stellar job installing the RMM and it only took about an hour. As for the part itself, when I first started up the car I was hit by a huge wave of buyer's remorse because my god was it stiff. But they told me give it 500 miles to break in and the comfort will come back. And sure enough, within a week or two it fully broke in and the car was back to normal. Now theres just a nice subtle rumble against my leg in the center console and a barely noticeable vibration in the steering wheel when the AC is on. The car feels 100% more solid, shifts are improved and more notchy and wheel hop is gone, like completely. Highly Recommend, a cheap and effective way to improve the way your car feels.