Most vehicles are fitted with engine and gearbox mounts. Sometimes these are known as upper and lower engine mounts. They are designed to insulate the cabin from noise and vibration produced by mechanical components. They do this by attaching the gearbox and engine to the cars chassis via rubber. The rubber used is designed primarily to insulate the car and is therefore generally quite a soft compound with a high degree of movement. This is to absorb the movement of an engine and gearbox. As the rubber ages and it gets softer the engine moves more backwards and forwards. This is very true for cars that have increases in performance as the engine will move more. The trade off from fitting firmer compounds in the engine mounts can be an increase of vibrations that may be transmitted through the chassis. If you have a modified Peugeot 208 Gti then these engine mounts are quite essential.
These are inserts that fit into the lower anti-torque link bush.
Sharper, More Responsive Steering & Handling
Ideal For Fast Road & Trackday Use
Advanced Polyurethane Compound
25 Percent Stiffer
80 Percent More Resistant
PEUGEOT 208 GTi (ALL MODELS)
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