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Difference in Motor Mounts

I am looking into replacing my motor and tranny mounts and can't seem to find much info about them. Most of the places I have looked only sell the Urethane MM but MaximumMotorsports sells the Solid MM. And then JEGS has mounts that are polyurethane. I know that polyurethane is harder than urethane but which one is better?

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i would go with solid. from what i have heard, solid will make your car vibrate a bit more, but is well worth it for the handling characteristics. the engine won't "torque" anymore when revving. and people say that they don't even notice the car vibrating after a couple of weeks anyways.

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