FSWERKS Polyurethane OE Mount Insert - Ford Focus 2012-2014SKU: FS6506
This polyurethane engine mount insert fills in those voids from the factory engine mount, effectively making the engine mount more rigid. The stock engine mount voids are designed to give the mount a level of play that can soften engine vibration. Filling that void limits the travel, reducing the chances of any slop and puts the power to the wheels more effectively. The polyurethane insert easily presses into the factory Ford OE (Non electric style) CV6Z-6068-A / CV6Z6068A mount with some lubrication.
- Made from 68AHR Durometer Polyurethane
Installation: Install requires about 30 min, simply remove original engine mount and install poly insert into the original mount from top or bottom, doesn't really matter but we prefer from the bottom. Re-torque all hardware to factory specs, two larger 12mm bolts require ~60ft lbs, 10mm bolts require ~35ft lbs and any smaller 8mm hardware require ~18ft lbs.
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Note: Fits ONLY the (non electric mount) CV6Z-6068-A / CV6Z6068A mount. This DOES NOT fit the CM5Z6068A mount. Check to verify you have the older style mount as pictured before ordering. Engine mount NOT included.
Works very well. Noticable difference.
Fswerks rmn insert is a great buy, was easy to install and cost effective if you don't want to buy a expensive rmm. My engine doesn't rock back at full throttle anymore, I don't feel any vibration after installation. Definitely recommend this product.
Item was cheap and easy to install
Alright, right off the bat: Yes, this is good. No, it will not vibrate too much. Yes, you will feel a difference. Yes, I'd chose this over the solid electric mount (even with cost aside). Ok, so most of these reviews are so overtly jubilant, they border on being disingenuous. I'm not like that, and, if you are actually reading this, you probably aren't either. So here's what you want to know: This is a good product. Ships fast. Low effort install. Softer than you would think, but it's primary function is to fill the space, not to directly contribute to the mount's rigidity. Driving feels better. I would describe it as more clean and crisp. I have the manual, so the clutch feel is more precise. It is important to note that this does mean it's a bit less forgiving, but I very much doubt anyone will actually have an issue with that. Now, for comparisons. Personally, I feel there is a nearly negligible difference between this and the electric mount, so obviously I would recommend saving the $50 or so. And no, the cheap electric mounts on ebay are not real Ford parts. There is minimal QC with them, so they will vary between almost as good as the real one's to pretty terrible. Look, this is a noticeable upgrade, but don't expect anything world changing. It's still very much a daily driver, but that's the point. If you want something more aggressive, you will be looking at the more expensive mounts. Now, I have not had direct experience with any heavy duty mount in this car, so everything that follows is based on experience with other platforms/race cars. Those mounts will have a noticeable vibration, though nothing bad enough to bother those that like the stiffness. Driving will feel even more aggressive and direct, which feels so nice. Not everyone enjoys that raw experience, though. In my experience, you don't want this on super long drives or with your less practiced SO. If you want a daily car, this is a good step. If you want something a little more, then go with the heavy mount.