Prevent excessive engine movement with these upgraded engine mounts. Even new factory mounts are not up to the task of handling the increased power from even lightly modified engines (software) and often they start to fail within less than 10k miles. Our billet and polyurethane replacement engine mounts will keep your motor firmly planted in place and help you transfer as much power to the ground as possible, while also improving shifting. Their durable materials and construction will also ensure that they will hold up far better than OEM engine mounts can.
Stage 1 with its 65a durometer bushings are geared towards the spirited enthusiast who wants better control over motor movement without the sacrifice of excessive vibrations. *We recommend Stage 1 mounts for stock & lightly modified Mk5/Mk6 5-cylinder vehicles.
Stage 2 with its 85a durometer bushings are more for the hardcore enthusiast who is more concerned with performance than cabin vibration, it is a great choice for spirited runs and track cars. *We recommend Stage 2 mounts for heavily modified Mk5/Mk6 5-cylinder vehicles.
Utilizing laser scanning technology - we are the first to offer a solution that gives a factory fit and finish to each mount. All bosses are matched replicas of the stock locations, and all tool clearances and specs are maintained.
We are the first to develop a fully Billet Replacement arm for the 2.5 engine mount application. The use of billet aluminum instead of cast and an increase in minimum thickness creates a mount that is dramatically stronger than the cast stock arm.
Each engine bracket employs a double interlock design. When assembled it doesn't simply rely on the shear strength of the bolts holding it together, it is doubly supported. The inner tubes nest into the recesses of the center portion of the bracket, and the arm is in-turn notched to allow the center portion to nest inside the arm. This double interlock design removes shear stress from the bolts and makes the mount much stronger as a whole.
As you can see below - the two pieces "lock" together when mated - and the socket bolts are under assembly tension load: