Twincam Club is one of the oldest Toyota owners clubs in South Africa.
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TopGunX wrote:from personal experience, on my 4a-fe, polyurethane mounts are way too stiff for an FE motor, its extremely annoying cos it shudders on takeoff and acceleration... poly mounts are for extremely high-power applications where normal mounts would fail.. the poly mounts are way too stiff for everyday driving - the factory mounts are the best
My old mount was an orig toyo one and it ended up 2 pieces.shavs wrote:trixsta how is the ride in it? does it have lota vibration ? I also need my 20 done...engine mounts are a pain
It black waynexplosiv-trd wrote:polyutherene , is the same as sica flex isnt it?
whats the cost Vz ?
what color is the material they used?
ive seen red, yellow and blue mountings,
apparently its different stress ratings
Still has the metal part.Deeno wrote:Been wanting to do this for a while now, but was also worried about the vibration issue. So when they make up your new one does it still have that metal part in the centre for the bolt or is it jus full poly with drilled holes?
Nope just the front and rear...had std ones for the other 2Deeno wrote:Kwl thanks wezo. You did all four I'm guessing?
Howzit, I did my mountings for my 2E Tazz about 3 years ago after going through a couple of aftermarket ones, no problems thus far just some vibration on the car that I would like to get rid of. I forgot the name and contacts of the engineers all I can remember they are in Alberton and I found them in the yellow pages.Tashick wrote:Hi guys
Where in JHB can I get Polyurethane mounts made up... OR decent aftermarket ones.
It's for a 7AFE motor.
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