Right Transmission Mount


The West Coast Fiero Right Transmission Mount is a meticulously designed component that plays a crucial role in maintaining the stability of your engine and transmission, particularly when they are subjected to torque. The primary function of this mount is to prevent any unwanted movement or shifting of the engine and transmission during operation, thereby ensuring optimal performance and longevity of these critical components.

These mounts are engineered for competition, meaning they are built to withstand the rigorous demands of high-performance driving. They are made from urethane, a material known for its durability and resistance to wear and tear. This makes them a superior alternative to the stock rubber mounts that come standard with most vehicles.

One of the standout features of these urethane mounts is their bolt-in design. This means they can be easily installed in place of the stock rubber mounts without any modifications. Furthermore, once installed, these mounts are so durable that you will never need to replace them, offering a long-term solution for maintaining the stability of your engine and transmission.

In addition to their primary function, these mounts are also compatible with the T460E transmission brackets. These brackets are commonly used in 3800 engine and transmission conversions, making these mounts a versatile component in such modifications.

If you are considering a 3800 engine conversion, these mounts come highly recommended. They are capable of withstanding more torque than the stock rubber mounts, making them an ideal choice for high-performance applications. This enhanced torque resistance ensures that the mounts can cope with the increased power output of the 3800 engine, thereby providing additional stability and reliability.

While these mounts offer numerous benefits, it’s important to note that they do add a slight vibration to the car when the engine is at idle. However, this vibration is minimal and becomes virtually unnoticeable once the engine reaches a speed above 1500 RPM. This means that while you may notice a slight increase in vibration at lower engine speeds, this will not impact the overall driving experience at normal or higher speeds.

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