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      03-01-2013, 08:12 PM   #23
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So..... none of what you're experiencing is also due to the quaife, diff lockdown, etc that you were doing at the same time??
It is very possible because it was put in all at once, but my buddy did these also and it was a noticeable improvement, shifts better for sure (tighter).

P.S: Wavetrac not Quaife lol!!
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      03-02-2013, 12:25 AM   #24
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good thing to replace.

I have snapped two pairs of UUC bushings in half along with a two UUC engine mounts. I have also cracked the actual tranny support on the e36. TQ baby!







I may be contacting you for these. I have put back in stockers which feel like butter compared to the UUC reds with cups. most likely too soft.
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good thing to replace.

I have snapped two pairs of UUC bushings in half along with a two UUC engine mounts. I have also cracked the actual tranny support on the e36. TQ baby!







I may be contacting you for these. I have put back in stockers which feel like butter compared to the UUC reds with cups. most likely too soft.
those pics are great....but painful to look at. I agree, stockers can literally be flexed with fingers...= no good lol!!
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      03-02-2013, 11:24 PM   #26
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good thing to replace.

I have snapped two pairs of UUC bushings in half along with a two UUC engine mounts. I have also cracked the actual tranny support on the e36. TQ baby!







I may be contacting you for these. I have put back in stockers which feel like butter compared to the UUC reds with cups. most likely too soft.
Wow! That is nuts!
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      03-06-2013, 06:56 PM   #27
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Hi all, jsut noticed

Application Note: Transmission mounts are NOT required or necessary for vehicles equipped with automatic or SMG transmissions.

will they help in any way? any recommendations?
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      03-06-2013, 07:48 PM   #28
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Hi all, jsut noticed

Application Note: Transmission mounts are NOT required or necessary for vehicles equipped with automatic or SMG transmissions.

will they help in any way? any recommendations?
No, it's not needed for autos, DCT or SMG.
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Harold!!! Try and develop some of these for us xi guys!!!!
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No, it's not needed for autos, DCT or SMG.
I am auto and used them lol! Zimmerman
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No, it's not needed for autos, DCT or SMG.
Can you explain why it is not necessary for automatics?
I would think an upgraded transmission mounts would benefit all parties... my $0.02 ;o

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      03-08-2013, 04:42 AM   #32
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Can you explain why it is not necessary for automatics?
I don't know a lot about cars but it just seems like an upgraded transmission mounts would benefit all parties.
It was explained in post #1.

Automatics don't require any shift action by the driver nor does not have linkages that moves during shifting that can possibly become misaligned to the transmission.
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Thread resurrect.. interested in hearing more from guys who have these installed; how stiff are these? acceptable for DD usage? any vibrations felt from tranny? Thx
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I have the rouge engineering trans mount on my e92 6MT . Felt no difference as far as vibration goes . They are a lot more sturdier than the oem ones .
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I have the rouge engineering trans mount on my e92 6MT . Felt no difference as far as vibration goes . They are a lot more sturdier than the oem ones .
They add very little vibration, but can control a lot of the unwanted transmission movement during acceleration and shifting.
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I replaced my original mounts at 100k miles with these. Less drivetrain slop, and hardly any additional vibration - perhaps just a tad at high revs, but I'm hyper sensitive. Feels more solid, esp with new engine mounts.
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I have the rouge engineering trans mount on my e92 6MT . Felt no difference as far as vibration goes . They are a lot more sturdier than the oem ones .
They add very little vibration, but can control a lot of the unwanted transmission movement during acceleration and shifting.
Anything for 6mt xi guys ?
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Thanks everyone!
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Wish I would of know sooner about these, just replaced my stockers with stockers again.
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      11-10-2015, 03:09 AM   #40
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These have been around since the E36/46 days.
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Go figure a have an E39 also.
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      11-10-2015, 04:22 PM   #42
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Go figure a have an E39 also.
Works on that chassis as well.
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Replacing my turbos. Have a good bundle deal on these and better engine mounts? If not, what engine mounts would you pair with these for a mild track car? Attend around 15 autocross and 7 road course events a year.
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You are correct. Car shifts much better

Rob, you are absolutely correct in your observations. I just installed these on my 335i e93 and the difference is quite noticeable. The shifts are imperceptible, there are no more gaps between gears. Take off is continuous without release of torque...basically it just goes until you get to top gear or let off the gas.

If one did not have ears, I think it would be extremely difficult for one to tell when the gears shift.

I am flabbergasted at the difference in shifting performance. A no brainer at this price point and ease of installation.

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I need to do a review on these, car seems to shift much smoother and harder!
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