Custom Polyurethane Engine Mounts

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Hello people,

Have you guys come across anyone doing custom polyurethane engine mounts? Any information will be useful.

Also, if any of you have moded your stock motor mounts with PU, please share some info, especially on where to buy the PU Gam...

I have been searching for PU, especially 3M Windo-Weld Super Fast Urethane or similar products but always hit a brick wall....:banghead:

So if anyone here has some info on where to get this....please please help....:adore:
 

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Nope...Have already checked out Ace. Have e-mailed 3M malaysia still no news...
 

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There is one guy by the name of Bernard of AOS Workshop, who uses some form of red polyurethane paste to reinforced the ori engine mounts.

He has a workshop in Shah Alam and also sells 'Juice' petrol additive but I have lost his handphone no and address.
 

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for street car, engine mounting not recommend to use PU lar.... later ur whole car shake dun complain.... rubber mounts are there to minimize engine vibration and shocks... u can try get harder compound rubbers.... but PU is overkill...

use PU for ur suspension bushing den its ok...
 

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risya - thanks for the info bro but in case you find his contact, please let me know..:wavey:

skywalker - Understand where you are coming from. I am driving nissan u12 with an SR20 auto n/a. The problem with this car is that it only comes with 3 engine mounts...2 side (l/r) and 1 rear. no front mount.

My rear mount is giving way to wear an tear and given the current quality of products in the market...i cant be changing the rear mount every 18months...so the idea is to just reinforce the rear mount to stop the engine from rocking back and forth heavily. By the I am very familiar as to the effects of PU mounts or bushing.

Bro jin - PU for winsdcreen installation.....do i need primer for those? cos with 3m, i dont to to prime the surface...picit and fill saje..but it does sound like an idea...:burnout:


Thanks bros for your input....:biggrin:
 

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hi bro....have gone around to some of these mechs and the type of PU glue sealant they show is the softer version of what i am seeking.

I have however found a mechanic who makes his own teflon based mountings....bugger that thing is real hard...:argh:

if you have constipation problem :toilet:...one mounting will be damn good for your digestion...:rofl:
 

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I dun know whether can help u or not. I'm using getah timing belt to fil up the gap between the bush and frame. anter that sealing wth silicon biasa....not bad...till now can use.
 

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Guys...nice to some exchange of ideas...

Am still hunting for the elusive 3M product.

So far what I have done is to change the faulty mounting on my u12 and add a front mount...i was lucky to find a bracket...the problem is considered solved at the moment but i will continue to find ways to make the mounts last...a wee bit longer.
 

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bro, i hv use the method like jinkl said for sometime and it works for me. and the windscreen pu is "sikaflex", its not too hard but it do reinforced the ori mounting.
 

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i'm using for my otr car and still using it...okeh what:proud:....no need to install all the mounting with it...just at the back...bcoz dont want engine lean backwards when hi rev...minimize power lose...feel better and like changed to new clutch..

btw its NOT PU but mine is TEFLON.:biggrin:
 

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i'm using for my otr car and still using it...okeh what:proud:....no need to install all the mounting with it...just at the back...bcoz dont want engine lean backwards when hi rev...minimize power lose...feel better and like changed to new clutch..

btw its NOT PU but mine is TEFLON.:biggrin:
dnt use this material unless u plan to crack ur chassis for a daily drive
 

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MYTH ka tyco?:hmmmm: been used it almost 2 years...never cracked the chasis lor....if you see clearly the pic..you will notice sumthing.....like i said in the 1st places...i'm using it for the back mounting only....peace....