cp-e xFlex Passenger Side Engine Mount 55 DURO Mazdaspeed 3 2007-2013

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cp-e xFlex Passenger Side Engine Mount 55 DURO Mazdaspeed 3 2007-2013

MSRP: $387.26
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It is finally time to get the power to the wheels! cp-e™ is proud to release the passenger side engine mount for mazdaspeed3 gen1 and gen2. Our side mounts have been a long time in the making. We have been testing the cp-e™ side mounts for more than 8 months on numerous cars including i-Moto Racing’s grand am series mazdaSPEED3s. We are confident that these will be the last side mounts you will ever need.

The passenger side engine mount brackets are made from 1/4” mild steel that is laser cut for precise fitment. The bushing housing is CNC machined from a solid block of aluminum. And like our rear motor mounts these bushings are made from rubber instead of urethane.

You have the power to choose your own durometer! We let you decide what degree of comfort vs stiffness you want to run. The 60 durometer is for the driver that is looking to get the power down to the ground without sacrificing too much comfort. The 75 durometer is more for those that drive their cars hard. No matter which durometer you chose the engine will have noticeably less movement from stock.

Say goodbye to wheel hop and torque steer when you combine this with our driver side mount and already popular rear motor mount.

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1 Review

  • 5
    Great Mount

    Posted by RF on May 20th 2016

    I received my mount recently and went out to install it literally the next day I received it. I already have the CP-E RMM and figured I should stay in the same family of motor mounts when my stock one finally gave up. The first thing I noticed upon opening the bag was a few scuffs in the black paint of the mount, I fixed this up with some touch up paint that I saw, but still slightly annoying. It didn't look like it was damaged in any way, but the paint flaking off kind of bugged me on a cosmetic level, but oh well, it's an engine mount. Putting it together was easy, but getting the OEM one out took some doing. Use plenty of penetrating oil on those top bolts and let it sit for a while. Also use a deep well socket. I've been driving around with it for about 500 miles now, it's still breaking in from what I can tell. Cabin rattles and shakes a tiny bit more than before, but I get the feeling it'll settle down in about 1000 miles. Engine feedback is great, car doesn't torque steer like I remember it doing. I got the 60Duro version and I get the feeling I would have regretted getting the 75 for the cabin vibes. YMMV. Overall I would suggest this mount to anyone looking to pick up another in the CPE lineup.