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It looks like Steeda is the way to go! So the car should clear perfectly with their motor mounts correct? Again, if anybody is running a cobra jet intake on their 2018+, I would love to hear you guy's feedback. :rockon:
 

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It looks like Steeda is the way to go! So the car should clear perfectly with their motor mounts correct? Again, if anybody is running a cobra jet intake on their 2018+, I would love to hear you guy's feedback. :rockon:
Yes, you are correct. The Cobra jet intake will clear.

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Unless I am a total noob on this forum, I am surprised nobody really compares the 2 as much as they should. Maybe it's inevitable to choose parts from just one company vs the other.

Anyways, I am getting kook's LTH installed and I know that the motor mounts have to be removed for accessing everything, so I wanna just go ahead and install some new motor mounts to lower the engine for future mods AKA Cobra Jet intake manifold. Can someone please explain which one is better for clearance and/or NVH? I am leaning towards Steeda since I am going with their suspension in the future as well. As soon as this 'rona is over, I am working my a$$ off for mods:fingerscrossed:
I prefer BMR, they are made in the U.S.A with quality materials and great fabrication work. They come in red or hammertone black. The Black hammertone is my favorite due to it being more durable. Also they have killer customer service.
 

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I'm also interested to know about the NVH part
 

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I have the Steeda motor mounts. There's a little more rumble at off-idle, but I got used to it quickly. Don't agonize about it
 

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Hello, I have both on my 2016 Mustang Gt. Steeda rear bushing supports and BMR 2 point front subframe brace. They play well together and maximize the pp suspension that came with my car. Car tracks perfect and turn in is fast and accurate. The rear bushing supports qnd alignment inserts half put the power down with less squatting and no wheel hop. Hope this helps!
 

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One more to add to the conversation since this past weekend :)

Leticia has a bevy of Steeda parts on her S550 - we couldn't be happier with her impact since joining Team Steeda.

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I just today purchased about $1800 worth of IRS Steeda parts. I was going back and forth between the two and cost not being an option I was looking at how various things where designed as well as how I can attack the install. In the end I went with Steeda because they do have great CS and it appeared that the overall install would take me far less time. Since I'm putting almost everything in the IRS I didn't want it to take an entire day. Honestly If i can knock it out in 2-3 hours that would be great. But the most important factor to me was NVH. I was really torn on getting the LCAB spherical bearing for this reason. I still might not put it in as it's an easy thing to do later on down the road, but I did pick it up. I want my 1.5 hours a day I spend in my car to be comfortable.

I also don't like mixing up brands if I can help it. My Fox is all Team-Z. My S550 will end up all Steeda. Talking suspension. That way I know parts that are not the same geometry as stock will worth properly with all the other parts that deviate from stock.
 

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You're one hell of a fast mechanic if you can put al those parts in that short amount of time. LCAB bearing isn't remotely a source of NVH. The high-shore Diff bushing (puck) definitely are and IRS isolator aluminum collars are not silent.
 

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I have several IRS mods (read my sig) and have the minor diff whine NVH at freeway speeds. With the stereo on low or a window open it's not noticable. The difference with the Steeda IRS upgrades has been a huge handling improvement in tight cornering as well as high speed highway driving which greatly offset the little NVH I have. Oh, and NO wheel hop whatsoever.
 

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