If you want. The vibration occurs if I ride a gear for a min instead of shifting or just normal acceleration between 1800-2500 from. Even giving it some gas does not smooth it out.I have this in my install pile along with upgraded engine mounts and engine supports, rear diff bushings, etc. Would you like me to install this alone, and see how it feels?
Manual tranny correct?So, I installed the boomba 70D mount. I only had the steeda front and rear subrame braces, and no other IRS or mount upgrades. I had a small amount of added vibration. I cruised around holding the rpm at 500 intervals. I didn't feel any difference at specific rpms. I did a couple street friendly pulls and I could feel the vibrations more, but still not bad. No harshness. The noise was the most obvious. I could hear the clutch, and gear changes very clearly. It seemed like I had my ear pressed to the case. I will update after more driving, but I am also install a large amount of other things now so I don't know how accurate or useful I can be later.
We would forsure say to step down to the 60D, especially if its a daily. The 70D is more oriented to frequent track days.Car is now aligned (except front as I do not have Caster/Camber plates) and the vibration is there though it does seem more manageable now. However, it is still a little more than I like (expected some) so I am going to go through what I have read is about a 450 mile break in period and see how it is afterwards.
Might just order the 60D mount or even just go back to factory with an insert since I do not mind some additional vibration/noise. The 70D just feels a little off, though, when I drive with my windows down I dont seem to notice it, lol
It's not my daily by any means but the vibration is a little distracting so I went ahead and grabbed the 60d so I can compare...grabbed the short throw as well so I'm excited to see what waits.We would forsure say to step down to the 60D, especially if its a daily. The 70D is more oriented to frequent track days.