COBB Rear Motor Mount for all 2014, 2015 and 2016 Fiesta STs.
The COBB Rear Motor Mount incorporates a unique bushing, specifically designed and engineered to improve traction without harshness. Stock engine mounts tend to allow wheel hop and engine movement which are two unwanted occurrences while enthusiastically driving your 2014-2016 Fiesta ST.
This Fiesta ST motor mount is made from 6061 billet aluminum with zinc hardware for an impressive look and a reliable, strong construction. The COBB Rear Motor Mount is the best way to minimize engine movement, improve traction, and reduce wheel hop without a major impact to NVH.
- Machined from 6061 billet aluminum
- Laser etched COBB logo
- Unique molded voids absorb vibration
- Reduce engine movement
- Improve traction and minimize wheel hop
Typical bushing design will rattle your teeth and bones when your 2014-2016 Fiesta ST is idling or during heavy throttle input. This COBB Rear Motor Mount implements unique voids and recesses that are custom molded into the brawny, 85A durometer bushing to further aid in vibration absorption.
Reduce engine movement and help in getting all the power to the ground with this upgraded, strong rear engine support. Machined 6061 billet aluminum construction makes you sad you have to hide this attractive new mount, but with less noise, vibration or harshness you will surely be smiling wide!
Order this COBB Rear Motor Mount for your 2014, 2015 or 2016 Fiesta ST from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Is this ok for a 2014 uk car
Hi, this product is compatible for a 2015 fiesta ST180, 3 doors, European version? I live Belgium and I would like to buy this RMM. Thank you in advance.
Can I see a spec list for this fiesta st rear motor mount. I want to know what materials are used to make it.
Like many of Cobb's parts, it looks so nice, it's a shame you're not going to see it once it's installed. They start with a billet housing and put two high quality rubber bushings in here. They have these voids cut out of the bushing. The reason for that, it allows the bushing to be strong and stop our wheel hop issue, but at the same time it's going to flex enough there won't be a noticeable increase in vibration.
For this installation, you need a lift or a jack and jack stands. Three-eighth ratchet, thirteen millimeter deep socket, twelve inch extension, small hammer and safety glasses.
Once you get your Fiesta up in the air, the mount we'll replace is located right here. It's only held on by a bunch of nuts and bolts. It's pretty easy to get to. Start the installation by removing this bracket here, which connects the mount to the transmission in our factory down pipe. Start with the two nuts located on the down pipe.
Be careful when you move these nuts, the inserts will come down with it.
Next, remove the two nuts off the bottom. Then you can remove the bracket.
Now, I'll remove the studs with the nuts that hold the bracket on here. Now, I can remove the bolts from the actual mount itself.
We're re-using this bracket here, so you want to take a hammer and lightly tap it off the factory mount.
You can see the comparison between the Cobb mount and our factory mount here. The factory mount is so soft, I can actually move it with my hand. The Cobb-there's no way-much firmer, should do a much better job of keeping our engine planted.
We're going to start by getting everything loosely into place. You want to make sure you put the supply black washer on this end here, before the factory bracket when you install it.
Now, I'll rotate the factory bracket up again using all the original hardware re-bracketed the transmission. The bolts are started we can go back and tighten everything up.
Our last step is to reinstall the factory bracket between our motor mount here and our factory down pipe. And your installation is finished.
Our Cobb tuning motor mount fit great, was easy to install. We know it's going to do a great job getting rid of our wheel hop. Installation should only take you around fifteen minutes. You'll be back on the road in no time. For more videos on our Fiesta ST project car, make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel.