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solid or polyurithane motor mounts?

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Old 02-06-2006, 10:02 PM
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Default RE: solid or polyurithane motor mounts?

Poly mount here with a 110 degree lobe seperation cam...And its not that bad at all...And TIM i run bfg's and i love them...With regular street tires i'll blow them of even in third but with the bfg's if i feather first the will hook and second is a dead hook with about 25 psi in them for street duty.
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