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  • Last Activity: 05-07-2018 12:05 AM
  • Member Since: 02-06-2013

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  1. 02-17-2016 07:54 PM
    sorry guys, cleared it out, thanks
  2. C6 Curtis
    12-12-2015 09:55 AM
    Clear your inbox and sent messages out, I sent you a large pm and couldn't even send it.
  3. soonerfan51
    10-15-2014 10:26 AM
    Your PM box is full.
  4. 03-01-2013 03:04 PM
    that's a great idea to use more silicone padding in the pfadt brace! I got some pfadt rear control arm poly bushings so I'm going to swap those out first and see if that helps so we'll see. thanks!
  5. zeevette
    02-19-2013 11:49 AM
    Don't know if it's much of a secret, but I combined both an ECS trans brace, and the Pfadt diff brace to try and eliminate driveline shake. I was leery of the reports of vibrations on the latter, so I cut little strips of silicone off of old intake couplers to put between the rear subframe, and the Pfadt brace. No vibration at all, and it'll only hop in cold weather. If I used drag radials, it should further help with the shakes, but I don't race the car. GL. I don't know if theres an easy, definitive cure for the shake, but you can minimize it.
  6. 02-15-2013 03:38 PM
    thanks man, I actually got pfadt to sell me just the rear control arm bushings so I'm going to start there and then see how things go. this car is ultimately my street car since i own other race cars so keeping it as comfortable and driveable as possible is important and I don't want to swap out a diff brace/mount only to make the car loud and less streetable at all.

    I do a lot of manufacturing in china and I'm really tempted to just have 1000 of those poly C5 engine and tranny mounts made at a good place I know and sell them for $60 or something.
  7. sami85L98
    02-09-2013 07:15 PM
    Hinson motor mounts definetly helps wheel hop, its actually when engine twist and so the drivetrain, you hold engine tight thereby holding drivetrain stable.

    I sold it because below 80 Mph speed on a nice road i feel like driving on a rough road....but once you above 80 mph speed its a win win situation. I complained about its poor QC but it works.

    Same thing goes for Pfadt rear tranny support, i had it 2 yrs ago...same thing what i describe about hinson motor mounts, however they do sell softer bushings too may be that helps slight vibration at low speed, i had thier hard bushing and softer was included in my order, however Aaron sent me softer bushing for no extra cost but before i install i sold pfadt tranny mount as well.

    They defeinetly help, its jus too expensive for a small item though...both works great in controlling wheelp hop and drivetrain twist.
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