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Hey guys, I'm new to the community. I have a '91 Si with a ZC swap. I blew blew the old motor but thats a story for another time. I'm looking for some polyurethane mounts for d series motors but I can't find them anywhere. Any ideas? Thanks for any help.
 
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Are you looking for a whole motor mount or just the poly inserts? There are replacement motor mounts on ebay($150) and you could add the poly inserts to them($20-$25). I have not seen full poly motor mounts for d series though.
 

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Even with a totally busted out mount, the poly inserts will fix it right up. My stock rubber inserts were pretty shot, but i just put the poly ones in and I can feel everything now!
 

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mattminerDOTcom said:
explicit speed performance makes complete poly mounts

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Here you go

I'm not sure these are out yet... right after I bought my current CRX in August I remember they posted on Honda Tech looking for testers for them with high-hp D series. I replied but I guess my ~150 hp wasn't going to cut it hehe. Anyway, I haven't heard one bad comment about E-Speed, everyone seems to like their stuff a lot, though they don't have hundreds of customers (that I've been able to find).

If you just want the inserts, get them from Matt.
 

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Sweet balls! i looked on Summit but there was definitely nothing listed for the CRX as far as mounts go, and I hate eBay performance stuff. Those Explicit Speed mounts are exactly what I am looking for though. Thanks gentlemen...
 

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Buy a do it yourself polyurethane kit from lowes or somewhere like that. You mix the bonding agent with the liquid and pour it into your stock mounts. I left the rubber part in, covered one side with duct tape and poured in the liquid and let it set for a few days. They are a hell of a lot stiffer than stock. I bet this would save you some money too.
 

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Buy a do it yourself polyurethane kit from lowes or somewhere like that. You mix the bonding agent with the liquid and pour it into your stock mounts. I left the rubber part in, covered one side with duct tape and poured in the liquid and let it set for a few days. They are a hell of a lot stiffer than stock. I bet this would save you some money too.
You can get that black window weld stuff and that works well too. Just make sure you thoroughly clean them before doing it or it won't last more than a year.
 

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Buy a do it yourself polyurethane kit from lowes or somewhere like that. You mix the bonding agent with the liquid and pour it into your stock mounts. I left the rubber part in, covered one side with duct tape and poured in the liquid and let it set for a few days. They are a hell of a lot stiffer than stock. I bet this would save you some money too.


Hello guys, Yes we have came out with the D series EF 88-91 Civic/Crx Aftermarket Motor Mount Kit for all 88-00 D series engines... and have had it for a while now. I got a kit on the shelf. As far as the options of ways to improve your OEM motor mounts, save your time and money and buy the real deal. The fillers out there just act as of a bandaid, your still using the junk britle OEM 15+ year mount (mixed taiwan metal) with the tiny insert. What will happen is either the mount will break under stress (hp) or the middle insert of the OEM mount will give out. Not being as strong and sturdy wont help you eliminate the unwanted engine movement making the goal of getting more power to the ground not an option. Our kit is much stronger then the OEM 15+ year old units and use a custom designed polyurethane insert thats 100% poly unlike some use mixed materials which will cause cracking and heavy vibration. Our inserts are replacable as well and take a rubber mallet and 1 minute. Our kit includes a set of 3 motor mounts...driverside, passenger side, rear. We felt the front mount is not needed like in almost all of our kits...much like in my h22 rex I can put all of my weight on the engine and strength the engine wont budge...

It has been brought to my attention of the D series JDM vtec 92+ models have a different angle only on the driver side mount, most dont realize it and stress the OEM mount in and it has enough give to go in...but it can be a weak point do to the stress. We think there shouldn't be a problem with our driver side mount if you slide a few washers on either bolt hole to give you the added angle if it is a problem...it may not be...

We also make just about all the goodies for the EF chassis and support it well...I personally love my EF...we make traction bar systems, strut bars, etc...below is our website and check it out...email or call us with any questions

http://www.explicitspeedperformance.net ... tKits.html

Email: [email protected]
AIM: ExplicitSpeed360
 
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