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Old 07-09-2004, 06:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm thinking about getting the red UUC tranny mounts I've got to order them soon because I'll be putting everything in within the next couple of weeks. Today I missed a shift to second pretty hard up an on ramp and I almost cried. The stupid transmission shifts so far back underload I hate it.

So yeah, the reds are for track use, the blacks are for street. I'm thinking red, but I'm not really sure.

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red will make the car shake a little more, it's harder so that the mounts are stiffer, so the transmission wont move as much at all. Black will be a bit softer, easier ride, but allows the transmission to move a bit more to make the car a bit less shakey.

If you dont give a flip about a rough ride, I guess you could go track tranny mounts. Either one should help out a lot.


Since nobody else was posting, I'm just gonna state my opinion, I drive an automatic so I really dont know how bad the problem is first hand.
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Yeah I'll go for the red ones.
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