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Front Trans Mount

Front Trans Mount


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    This is our 2nd generation billet aluminum with solid rubber bushing mounts. Using a solid rubber bushing keeps them from creating vibration like the poly mounts have from being too stiff however they still drastically reduce wheel hop. These mounts are lighter than stock and are a great upgrade. These mounts are used in the hardest launching Cobalt, HHR, & Ion Redlines in our market including Ryan's 06 which has achieved 1.5 60' times and Matt's LNF, which has done 1.6 60 foots.


    Will not work on 2004 Ion Redline, Ion 2.4L, or 2.2L cars. 

    Torque Specs: Mount to cradle 66 ft lbs, mount to bellhousing 74 ft lbs each

    Weight difference: Stock 2.2#, ZZP 1.65#

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    Will this mount help with axle bind?
    Compared to stage 3 mounts which are better, and why?
    Can I run just this mount until I get the rear or do I have to buy both at the same time?
    I am very confused, after reading that the manual tranny mounts are the same in both the SS and LS Cobalt's this says that these will not fit on the LS model cobalt's. Is this true with the rear mounts also?
    Will these fit an automatic?
    Do you offer replacement bushings?
    Will this fit a 2004 ion redline
    About how long until break in, the vibrations are pretty brutal, but wheel hop isnt!
    Will it work for the 2.4L cobalt?
    When will mounts for an automatic be available?
    Will these mounts front/rear work with the 2.4 f23 manual transmission?
    Why would this product not fit a 04 Saturn Ion Redline?
    Hello I was wondering if the rotated front trans mount would fit on a 2006 Chevy Cobalt 2.4L. Because it says it wont fit on a ion 2.4l so i was wondering if thats the same with my car or not? thanks
    What was the difference between 1 st gen mounts and second gen? I purchase these mounts 2 years ago. Does that mean mine are first gen?