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Prothane 13-1903 Red Motor and Transmission Mount Insert Kit


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  • Precision fabrication assures perfect fit
  • Holds super grease for quiet operation
  • Premium grade polyurethane components
  • Provides necessary rigidity
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Technical Details
BrandProthane
Item Weight2 pounds
Product Dimensions6 x 10 x 6 inches
Item model number13-1903
Manufacturer Part Number131903
OEM Part Number BHLP13-1903
  
Additional Information
ASINB00386PJQS
Best Sellers Rank #119,116 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableFebruary 11, 2010
  
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Polyurethane based suspension, driveline and chassis components have been designed as an upgrade to the soft factory rubber components.

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By Pilgrim on September 7, 2014
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My used and mostly stock 3.0L was creaking bad at low speed turns and stops- (thought it was CV joints), was hard shifting- (thought the transmission was beat), and acceleration felt unusually sluggish for the kept 80k engine. It was when i saw the engine jumping while pushing the TB open to just 2500 rpm that i thought the mounts could be the issue. Found out the oem front and trans mount rubber inserts were shredded as i poked both centers out with a little thumb pressure, the passenger and rear mounts were heading south also. I chastised the thought of spending 120$ for 4 new rubber/alum mounts. So i wnt with red polyurethane instead- and honestly its been the best investment ive made in this car yet.

There's plenty of "How to"s on these things so just look em up yourselfs. A jack, 2 stands, sawzall with 24-32tpi steel blades, vice, a couple socket wrenches and hand full of sockets is all you'll need to swap everything out. Nah, you'll defiantly need a machine press to get the front and rear 'single piece' inserts in. Once done and the car is running in idle you'll notice cabin vibration has either slightly or drastically increased which is a drawback for some people apparently, though i've heard the vibration recedes in the following months due to the engine nesting in the new inserts so well see. But if there's something to be gained from installing these its a quicker acceleration response (much less energy wasted in prothane mounts vs. broken rubber ones) and a hair faster climb throughout the band itself. As for me no more creaks, shiftings like butter, the difference in acceleration alone feels like im in the ol 4.6.. just barely. Even the exhaust note is meaner and thats not my imagination.
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Here 's the deal with the Prothane...

The Good:
They came in a complete kit with all the parts needed. As a bonus, they even came with the crossmember bushings too. Nice. (not shown in pic).

They also have updated their front and rear inserts now. They are now solid. They do not have the 6 drilled holes as the older ones did. This is better as I have seen many pics of the drilled ones splitting in time.

The Not so Good:
They were a little frustrating to install. But this would depend on the car also.
Basically ya remove the old mounts and saw out the OEM rubber, Then insert (squeeze, pound, force) the new reds.

The center bushing for the front and rear inserts was NOT the right size hole. I had to buy a larger diameter bolt and drill the mounting bracket hole too match. This should be corrected by Prothane.

Also the bushing on the front and rear is too long to fit up into the bracket. I had to grind off about 1/8 inch from the end of it so I could raise it up in to it's home. (engine cross member mount).

Wish I could give more stars, but I feel that the product is NOT a proper fit for my application.

Haven't driven the car yet (doing timing belt work). Will post back later to update.

My purchase was for a 2000 Eclipse GT.

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By Ganesh Mungroo on May 1, 2014
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It works Great. Keeps everything sturdy, no vibrations whatsoever. Can be a pain to install but its still worth it..
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Over the last seven years the popping and cracking coming from the right side got progressively worse. This kit was inexpensive and I feel it is superior to what was on my 2001 Mitsubishi Spyder Eclipse GT. It took several days to do the full install. The kit I got also included the lower support bar bushings! I felt like this was a bonus and my car definitely needed these bushings. The steel insert bushings were not included, so I had to fix the old ones using a welder and angle grinder. I also used the angle grinder decrease the lip on one side of the front and rear bushing so I could insert it into the mount. It was simply protruded to much and I could not insert it even with lube. I fought it for an hour before opting to trim it. Once trimmed I still had to force it with muscle and a hammer. For the $67.28 for the whole kit, I didn't expect perfection. A 30 mile test drive showed improvements. The pull to the left on acceleration was gone, the car didn't feel wobbly anymore, noises was of course gone. For the price and the fact the car no longer makes embarrassing loud popping and cracking noises in parking lots when I'm driving around, I give it 5 stars!
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These worked as needed. I went & watched some youtube (research,research,research) on these. Use a vice (Lube them up first though...) to press them into your old ones after you cut out the old ones with a hacksaw or sawzall.Saw thru the sleeve ONLY that was was pressed into the original mounts.
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