Has anyone used BMR Suspension Motor Mount Brackets for 2015-2017 Ford Mustang V8

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BMR Suspension Motor Mount Brackets for 2015-2017 Ford Mustang V8, if so what is your experience with them. I have a set of long tubes and my mid pipe sits really close to my Transmission cross member on the passenger side. I was thinking of getting these thinking if I lower the motor a quarter of an inch to a half inch I would get a little more clearance between the Mid Pipe and transmission cross member. Did you get get more NVH when you made this modification?
 

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I have used them on 2 of my S550s, and am going to use them on my 2020 GT.

They simply replace the factory engine mount stands. ZERO NVH increase.

Really an incredible and innovative product. I highly recommend.
 

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FWIW - BMR actually developed them for the GT350 Mustangs. You really do not want to put stiffer engine mounts on a GT350, so this was BMR's method to ensuring an NVH free engine drop. (GT350s have to lower the engine to run Superchargers)
 
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FWIW - BMR actually developed them for the GT350 Mustangs. You really do not want to put stiffer engine mounts on a GT350, so this was BMR's method to ensuring an NVH free engine drop. (GT350s have to lower the engine to run Superchargers)
I just ordered a set. I am hoping to lower my mid piping between a quarter to half inch when I lower the motor. Get a little more clearance from the cross member. I am assuming the long tubes being so close to the cross member is sending the slight vibration I feel in the shift knob. Thanks for the info man.
 

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