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Thoughts on these?!?? They seem to be all similar... Thanks in advance...
 

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I have never heard of the Minerva Motorwerkz mount before So I am automatically skeptical. So between the JBR and the TRZ it would prolly come down to how much vibration do you want in the cabin.
 

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Search and you'll find the reviews on all three.
Took me about a minute to pull this one up, just by searching motor mount.

http://mazda3revolution.com/forums/2010-mazda-3-engine-performance/7676-trz-dog-bone-rear-motor-mount.html

And if you use the advanced search you can even help to zero in on the 'Engine and Performance' area of the forum.
Yeah I did a research for all three for about half an hour and most I found was for the TRZ dog bone RMM... I found someone used the Minerva one but the guy never reviewed it... And for the JBR, I didnt find anything for the chrome moly RMM. ..
 

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I just bought and installed the JBR chrome moly dogbone mount on my wife's 2.5. It has only been 1 week, so the vibrations are a little harsh. They will subside a bit. The vibrations aren't bad enough for my wife to ask me to remove it. If you have any questions, let me know.
 

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I have never heard of the Minerva Motorwerkz mount before So I am automatically skeptical. So between the JBR and the TRZ it would prolly come down to how much vibration do you want in the cabin.
Which will be harsher and what are the differences? Both are chrome moly. What is the durometer difference between the TRZ polyurethane and delrin?
 

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it will come down to the duro of the material. The poly for the JBR is 88 duro so its going to be very harsh. The Delrin is going to be damn near solid so unless you racing I would stay away. So your choice is going to be between the JBR poly and the TRZ poly. I cant find any info on the TRZ duro but since 88 is pretty high on the JBR and TRZ offers a full race mount with the delrin insert I would say it is the poly TRZ mount will give you the least harsh ride followed by the JBR and then the other TRZ
 

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it will come down to the duro of the material. The poly for the JBR is 88 duro so its going to be very harsh. The Delrin is going to be damn near solid so unless you racing I would stay away. So your choice is going to be between the JBR poly and the TRZ poly. I cant find any info on the TRZ duro but since 88 is pretty high on the JBR and TRZ offers a full race mount with the delrin insert I would say it is the poly TRZ mount will give you the least harsh ride followed by the JBR and then the other TRZ
Was thinking the same thing.
 

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I have the JBR chrome molly and the vibrations are harsh. they decreased after a couple of weeks but still, this mount is not for everyone. sometimes i find it annoying, specially when i drive for 30 mins on a highway. its just like loud exhausts, it depends on wether it would bother you or not.
 
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