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Old 08-12-2017, 07:26 AM   #1
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Default Anyone using OEM rubber mounts w/ B swap?

I've searched around a there are a few older threads, however i wasn't able to get a good answer. I have a B swapped hatch (pics below) and i'm using the Place Racing mounts.... they vibrate like crazy and I really would love to have an OEM mount back in the car.

I see Swap Shop sells something interesting, but I can't tell if this adapts to an OEM rubber mount
https://www.swapshopracing.com/conte...ries_swap.html

Is anyone using an OEM rubber mount set in the 88-91 hatch? Thanks!
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Old 08-12-2017, 08:00 AM   #2
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If it's a U.S. car then you can't use OEM mounts without fabrication. Hasport, Innovative, Place racing and others are going to be stiffer than a OEM rubber. The brackets from Swap Shop you shouldn't need, the black is a rear Transmission bracket that attaches to the rear subframe and the billet piece is for the drivers Engine mount replacing the cast OEM piece on the block.
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Thanks for the quick response, I would hate to cut and weld new mount brackets on the frame rails but the vibration sucks haha.
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This thread mentions using the rear mount from a 90-93 Integra to reduce vibration: CRX Community Forum ? View topic - motor mount vibration?
I saw this mentioned somewhere else recently too but forget where. I'm tempted to try this myself but I can live with it as is.
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thats a good idea
that rear mount is what vibrates everything mostly
fixing that mount would help a crap load with vibration and the car would drive like a stock car afterwords ... nice and comfy ^_^ but still with your b series power

now this is only me and my personal expert ize here
in my foor door i have yanaka mounts, they ran me about 60 bucks for all three new
and when your motor is running right and i mean perfect !! like mine is right now there is no vibration at any rpm at all
it revs smooth and engine brake smooth
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