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AWR complete engine mount set 2014-2019 Fiesta ST *FREE SHIPPING*

$ 535.00
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Complete 3 piece engine mount kit for the Ford Fiesta ST with by AWR Racing. 

Items included: 

  • AWR Fiesta ST RMM

  • AWR Fiesta ST passenger side mount

  • AWR Fiesta ST transmission mount

Made in the USA, laser cut and CNC folded, tig welded, nickel plated sleeves, provided with energy suspension polyurethane bushings. Powder coated black, silver, or red for a very durable finish! These mounts improve drive line response by inhibiting driveline lash, putting all that motion to the task of moving the car along.

Bushings:

62 - 70 durometer is recommended for daily driving with little to no mods. 70 - 88 durometer is recommended for lightly to intermediate modification levels. 88 - 95 durometer is recommended for highly modified street and track builds. Don't forget- you can always opt for a different durometer if your first choice doesn't suit your needs, all of our bushings can be replaced!

  • 62 durometer (ultra soft)

  • 70 durometer (soft)

  • 88 durometer (medium)

  • 95 durometer (hard) 

Application:

2014 - 2019 Ford Fiesta ST

An additional battery bracket mounting plate is provided with the transmission mount if you have kept the battery in the stock location. For those who have relocated their battery away from the OEM engine compartment, the additional mounting plate will not be needed. This mounting plate is provided with hardware. 

Mounting plate with come powder coated in black, red, or silver. The current photos are the prototype non powder coated plate. 

Expected ship date: 9/20/21

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Austin Moore
Absolutely fantastic upgrade

Bought these after my original passenger side mount gave out. The car feels better than it ever has! Wheel hop is gone, torque steer is almost non-existent, the front end feels much more planted, and shifting is buttery smooth compared to stock. Absolutely the best thing I've done for my Fiesta. If I knew how drastically this improved the car when I bought it, I would've ordered this kit before I finished signing the paperwork at the dealership. Also, once again, Ron is the man! Got me the parts I needed fast to get my car back on the road. 11/10 for both the parts and the service!

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Brian
AWR Mounts

Have had these on the car for a few months and they are great. I went with 88a and they're a little rough on cold starts but after a few minutes e of warming up and everything is normal. They are not too stiff for daily driving, and didn't cause any issues with ride quality. The helped out with wheel hop as well, I experience it far less with these. And the look and quality are top notch!

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El_AzulST
great kit

bought the kit last year and its night and day difference. it did make a bit of noise until the bushings broke in. but now they are good. wished i went with the 88s instead of the 70s. highly recommend them.

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Brandon
Quality mounts

I put a full set of 70a AWR mounts on the car. I wasn't sure what to expect because i already had a mountune RMM and the powerflex inserts on the OE mounts. The full set from AWR was a major improvement. You know that annoying sensation you feel when you lift the throttle and the car rocks? These mounts make that sensation almost undetectable.

I thought the NVH was slightly better with the 70a AWR mounts compared to street powerflex inserts. Just don't panic after install they do take a few hundred miles to break in and they will get significantly quieter.

My only complaint on these parts is AWR includes no torque specs for the nut that passes through the bushing. I torqued them both to 80ft lb and haven't had any issues.

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Brandon Richardson
Fantastic quality mounts; 70A is definitely a good move

I have a FBO S280 car, and these mounts are fantastic. Keeps everything in place so much better, shifts feel better, and traction is put down more efficiently. Fantastic quality welds. The 70A has a fair bit of NVH, but definitely not bad at all, and I don't doubt they'd hold up to a lot more power if asked to. If you don't intend on ever upgrading the turbo, the 62A would probably be a good choice for minimal NVH increase.