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On a tube chassis car with front motor plate, and a mid plate, would you run a solid or flex trans mount?
 
Posts: 3 | Location: Nor Cal | Registered: March 15, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
DRR S/Pro
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Solid
 
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DRR Trophy
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Solid with thin rubber washers between the trans and the mount.
 
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never had transmission mount on race car. Then door cars I had never had ton of power maybe 700 to 800. If did I would say solid.




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O.E. style rubber.


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Poly mount....


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OEM rubber


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solid. if two 1/4 metal plates cannot hold it still rubber ain,t gonna cure the issue
 
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i used solid but it has to fit precisely


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Had a chassis car that I ran for 32 years motor plates and a solid mount never an issue small block ran 5.60s 1/8th 8.80s 1/4


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I have factory style (solid) mounts to my main frame rails and a motor plate up front. I run a rubber OEM style transmission mount. No issues in over 30 years.


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