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Old 02-08-2013, 12:54 PM   #101
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Old 02-08-2013, 01:35 PM   #102
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I run solids in my e36 as well. I would not recommend mixing a solid and a rubber though. That goes for engine and trans mounts. That will break the mounting tabs off the trans or crack a motor mount arm. All or nothing

Everything looks real clean! Nice work.
Your statement is too general, that is not what breaks the parts, there are other factors. The tabs on the back of the trans are very weak to begin with, movement is what will break them in the end. The more solid mounts you use the less the drive train will move from its position. This becomes exaggerated with slicks or wheel hop(which breaks everything). If you put solid mounts on the engine and not on the transmission, that is not too bad for the trans. If you put it on the trans and not the engine, it will break the first time you push it. Putting it on one side on a street car is not a big deal. I would use both, and they are included in our kit, if you are racing the car than for sure use both.
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Old 02-08-2013, 02:38 PM   #103
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I guess we can agree to disagree. If you have one arm torqued down with a solid mount and you have three other rubber mounts, things will move, and ultimately break.
Didn't mean to derail the thread. Carry on with the nice pics.
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Old 02-08-2013, 07:28 PM   #104
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I guess we can agree to disagree. If you have one arm torqued down with a solid mount and you have three other rubber mounts, things will move, and ultimately break.
Didn't mean to derail the thread. Carry on with the nice pics.
This car has a stock rubber transmission mount. So yes, lets just agree to disagree

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Mike's daily driver, full interior/weight of 3250lbs, 5spd manual on E85.

(not comparing it to a 8.2s supra, but none the less its a bad ass E36 M3)

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Mike's daily driver, full interior/weight of 3250lbs, 5spd manual on E85.

(not comparing it to a 8.2s supra, but none the less its a bad ass E36 M3)

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Mike's daily driver, full interior/weight of 3250lbs, 5spd manual on E85.

(not comparing it to a 8.2s supra, but none the less its a bad ass E36 M3)

.. didn't mean to derail.
I had no idea the E36's were that light! May have to get me one of those to play with! What do they weigh in without a turbo kit, and a cage? Like 2900?
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Nice choice for rims. What color are they? Hard to tell from the picture
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I had no idea the E36's were that light! May have to get me one of those to play with! What do they weigh in without a turbo kit, and a cage? Like 2900?
The E36 M3 from the factory weighed roughly 3200lbs. The E46 M3 was like 3400lbs depending on options (sun roof/etc).
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