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scorpo86Nov-04-20 07:10 PM
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#138738, "Engine shock damper"




          

I was wondering if there was an shock damper for our engines? I see a few for other cars and wondering if there is an option for ours.

  

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Global Ruler Of All ThingsDarkOneNov-04-20 08:30 PM
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#138739, "RE: Engine shock damper"
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Nope.

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#138740, "RE: Engine shock damper"
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None? has anyone done research?

  

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Global Ruler Of All ThingsDarkOneNov-05-20 06:36 PM
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#138741, "RE: Engine shock damper"
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There's no provisions for it and in the cases I'm aware of, such as Neon "bobble strut" engine mounts, swapping it out for something else is considered an upgrade.


Urethane or solid mounts are going to outperform a dampener, in my opinion, and if the mounts are right the engine isn't going to move enough to require dampening that movement.

What's the material benefit in running a dampener between the engine and body? What's the expectation?

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scorpo86Feb-20-21 05:26 PM
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#138743, "RE: Engine shock damper"
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Originally posted by DarkOne
There's no provisions for it and in the cases I'm aware of, such as Neon "bobble strut" engine mounts, swapping it out for something else is considered an upgrade. Urethane or solid mounts are going to outperform a dampener, in my opinion, and if the mounts are right the engine isn't going to move enough to require dampening that movement. What's the material benefit in running a dampener between the engine and body? What's the expectation?


I tried urethane mounts but for a daily to to much I was just wondering if there was an alterative to help the engine not flex as bad.

  

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