COBB Rear Motor Mount for all 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 Focus STs and 2016 Focus RSs.
Stock engine mounts tend to allow wheel hop and engine movement, two unwanted occurrences while enthusiastically driving your beloved 2013-2016 Focus ST. The COBB Rear Motor Mount incorporates a unique bushing, specifically designed and engineered to improve traction without harshness.
This 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 major impact to NVH.
Typical bushing design will rattle your teeth and bones when your Focus 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.
COBB is an automotive engineering company dedicated to developing solutions that increase the driving experience and vehicle performance. COBB approaches design by taking the entire vehicle-platform into account as a complete system. Their premium value products are professionally engineered, thoroughly tested and backed to make sure that they meet and exceed customer expectations.
Order a COBB Rear Motor Mount for your 2013, 2014, 2015 or 2016 Focus ST from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Hi I'm from South Africa and would like to know how do i order and pay for the item I'm wanting,what is the process
Does cobb RMM fit on the 2013 Focus mk3 NA 2.0 hatchback (170hp)?
Just recently put this mount in on my 2015 st. I'm hearing rattling coming from the mount but I've tightened everything up twice. I know there's supposed to be vibrations but not rattling. Maybe I did something wrong?
Had first engine bang in First Last night, I have a 15 ST is this still Better than the improved rmm ford installed in the 15's?
So I finally got this installed on my 2014 st, and i noticed that it has vibration around 1000 rpm, and i saw that several other people have reported this. Is this something reported alot? And does driving on the RMM help a little bit with this? Thanks!
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Adding a stiffer rear motor mount is a great way to get rid of wheel hop. You don't want to go too stiff or you're going to add a lot of noise and vibration to the car. The COBB is the perfect choice. It's made of high quality 6061 billet aluminum, uses an 85A durometer bushing which is going to be stiff, but not overly stiff. Then COBB actually builds these unique voids into the bushing to give it just enough flex that it does the job without creating extra noise and vibration.
For this installation today: a lift or a jack and jack stands, 3/8ths ratchet, 13mm socket, 15mm socket, 15mm deep socket, T30 torx bit, 10mm allen key bit, extension, 13mm wrench, 15mm wrench, and a torque wrench.
The rear motor mount is located right up in here, so the first step in installation is going to be to remove this cover so we can access it.
The mount is located right here, this is the front of it, the rest of it is back underneath the front crossover. To get to it, we need to remove the bracket for the down pipe, additional bracket here, and then this piece here will be able to access the mount.
The next part for the bracket, you want to first start with this rear nut back here...
Now we're down to the front arm of the rear motor mount, which is held on with a bolt here, another one in the back.
The other one is in the back here, it's actually the stud we just screwed the nut off of to get the other bracket. Now there's a bolt underneath the stud.
Now we can remove the cross bolt. With that bolt out of the way now we can actually tilt the engine just a little bit, to get to this last bolt in the back.
The last bolt left now is the main bolt for the motor mount itself.
Make sure the area up here is cleaned out, now we can install our COBB mount. The COBB will be a tighter fit, so you want to work it in to get the bolt hole lined up.
Just get that hand-tight right now. With that in place we're going to reinstall the bracket that we removed.
We'll reinstall the bolt and the two studs.
We're going to torque these to 45 foot pounds.
With the bracket tight, we can install the COBB cross bolt. Should get it threaded straight by hand, then we're going to torque that to 75 foot pounds.
Now we'll go back and tighten the back bolt we installed in the first to 70 foot pounds.
Now we're going to reinstall both brackets for the down pipe and the six nuts that held them on.
Start by getting everything sort of loosely in place.
Once everything is in place loosely, you're going to tighten these two first, then tighten the other four.
Reinstall the front splash plan and your installation is finished.